Has your health insurance company sent you a notice of a premium increase or cancellation?


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Some people who have health insurance on the individual market (read: not provided by your job or by a government program) have received notices of premium increases or cancellations because their plans do not conform to the requirements of the federal Affordable Care Act. A number of these people make too much to qualify for subsidies under the ACA.

KPCC health reporter Stephanie O'Neill wants to learn more about those individuals' experiences. 

Has your health insurance company sent you a notice of a premium increase or cancellation?
 
O'Neill is particularly interested in people who earn (net) too much to qualify for federal subsidies: more than $45,960 a year as an individual or $62,000 as a family of two; $78,000 as a family of three; or $94,000 as a family of four.

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