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New service launched to track Obamacare subsidies

New service launched to track Obamacare subsidies

Posted by Liliana Castaño on February 26, 2014

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Consumer Reports said Monday they’ve teamed up to create a website that helps people find out if they qualify for financial assistance when they choose a health plan on one of Obamacare’s web-based markets.

The website, www.HealthTaxCreditTool.org, is based on research that shows two-thirds of uninsured adults eligible for government subsidies on the new health exchanges don’t know about them, and more than 80 percent of people in the same survey said they would likely obtain insurance if they had financial help.

The partnership also launched a Spanish-language version, www.CreditoFiscaldeSalud.org, noting less than one-third of surveyed Hispanics knew about financial assistance through Obamacare.

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