Non-taxable Social Security benefits are counted as income for the Affordable Care Act and affect tax credits. This includes disability payments (SSDI), but does not include Supplemental Security Income.
This means that when calculating your eligibility for a subsidy your social security income is used to determine your eligibility and may affect the amount you qualify for.
For a full list, see what counts towards your Modified Adjusted Gross Income when calculating subsidy amounts.
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