|DLP CAP Brochures in English and Other Languages||
This brochure explains Vermont Legal Aid's Disability Law Project's Client Assistance Program (CAP).
|Federal Taxes and Collection Handouts||
These handouts tell you what you need to know about tax withholding, IRS collection options, and what happens if you can't pay your taxes ("Currently Not Collectible").
|Timberlane Free Dental Care Day Flyer November 2016|
|Hospital Financial Assistance Fact Sheet||This fact sheet gives a brief overview of the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) new requirements for nonprofit (tax-exempt) hospitals' financial assistance policies. Federal regulations provide details about what the law required hospitals had to do by October 1, 2016 to update their financial assistance policies.|
|HCA Comments APM Draft Agreement 10-13-16||
Vermont Legal Aid's Office of the Health Care Advocate (HCA) provided written comments to the Green Mountain Care Board about the All-Payer Model agreement.
|Sample Letter - Request for Housing Accommodations or Modifications||
When a person’s disabilities prevent them from using or enjoying their housing in the same way as people without disabilities, they can ask their landlord to make reasonable changes in their housing or the rules about their housing.
|Vermont Supreme Court Decision | In re J.H. Human Services Board|
|ACA Q&A (October 2016)||
In this presentation to the Midwest LITC Network, VLA's tax attorney, Christine Speidel, covered Medical Loss Ratio Rebates, APTC safe harbors, ACA information returns, ACA-related letters from the IRS, and outreach topics.
|Form 1095 Conflicts & Appeals in the Health Insurance Marketplace (December 12, 2016)||
The HCA tax attorney partnered with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities to present “Form 1095 Conflicts & Appeals in the Health Insurance Marketplace” to 75 attendees, mostly Low Income Taxpayer Clinic attorneys, at the ABA Tax Section’s annual Low-Income Taxpayer Rep
|Green Mountain Care Complaints||
What is a grievance?
A grievance is a complaint about how you were treated by the Department of Vermont Health Access (DVHA) — the state agency that runs Green Mountain Care (Medicaid, VPharm, and the Medicare Savings Programs).
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