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One reply on this topic that I have seen elsewhere was, "Your subsidy will ultimately be based on 2014 numbers, you might have to put more cash up front because of your 2012 or 2013 income but you get it back when you file in 2015." This makes sense. Hoping that others would confirm my interpretation of the law... :)

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