HHS Proposal for Marketplace Plans Carries a Hefty Dose of Consumer Caution

Some insurance brokers are enrolling people into Affordable Care Act health plans without their consent, perhaps for the commissions, a move that could put consumers in danger of owing back the subsidies connected with the coverage. The damage could be hundreds or even thousands of dollars. A consumer’s first hint that something is wrong is a big one: a letter from the IRS or a delay in their tax refund citing brokers. They would start in 2023.
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