Which of the following events will not happen in 2014?
The health insurance exchanges will be established.
Medicare eligibility will be expanded to those making less than 133 percent of the poverty level.
Insurers will no longer be able to drop policyholders when they get sick.
Though many of the biggest elements of the Affordable Care Act go into effect in 2014, some changes are happening much sooner. Insurers are now prohibited from refusing coverage to a customer who gets sick.
Who will be eligible for a credit or a subsidy to buy health insurance in the exchanges?
Individuals and families with incomes up to three times that of the federal poverty level.
Individuals and families with incomes up to four times that of the federal poverty level.
Individuals and families with incomes up to five times that of the federal poverty level.
Credits and subsidies will be available to those with incomes up to four times the federal poverty level; the current federal poverty level is $10,830 for an individual and $22,050 for a family of four.