|Medicare Savings / Buy In Programs||
Medicare Savings Programs (MSP) or Buy In Programs are three programs that help pay the premiums for Medicare Part B.
|Bankruptcy||This section provides information related to bankruptcy in Vermont.|
|Bullying, Harassment, and Discrimination||
Vermont has specific laws and policies that protect students from bullying, harassment, and discrimination at school.
|I'm Being Abused||
Abusers do a lot of different things to abuse their victims. Abuse is never ok. You have a right to be safe. This page tells you how you can get help and protect yourself.
|What Will Part D Cover?||Part D plans are not all the same. Each Part D plan has a list of drugs that it will cover. This list is called the plan's formulary. A Part D plan's list of covered drugs can be complicated and can change.|
|Rent Increases||It is legal for your landlord to increase your rent, but the landlord must follow rules about increasing your rent. The rules depend on where you live and what type of housing you live in.|
|Appeals – Vermont Health Connect||
You can appeal any Vermont Health Connect (VHC) decision about your eligibility for a health care plan, premium assistance or cost sharing assistance by requesting a Fair Hearing. You have 90 days from the date shown on the decision you receive to request a Fair Hearing. If Vermont Health Connect decides that you are not eligible for Medicaid or do not qualify to purchase a plan and that decision puts your life, health or ability to function at risk because you have immediate, serious health care needs, you may be able to get an expedited hearing.
|Pick a Part D Plan||
There are more than 30 different Medicare Part D plans to choose from in Vermont. You should pick the Part D plan that works best for you.
|Earned Income Credit||
This page tells you about the Earned Income Credit (EIC), which is also called the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), who can get it, and what the rules are. It also tells you where to find information about the Vermont Earned Income Credit.
|Student Health Plans & Penalties||Some students purchase student health insurance plans, but some student health plans don't offer the Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) that the Affordable Care Act requires most people to have in order to avoid a tax penalty. If you aren't sure whether your student health plan is approved as MEC, ask your school.|
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