I qualify for monthly premium reductions, but I chose to pay my full monthly premium instead. Can I claim the amount of reduced premiums during tax time when I file my taxes? November 03, 2021 13:20 Updated Yes, when you file your taxes – tax credits that you did not receive throughout the year will be paid back to you as a refund when you file and reconcile your taxes on your federal income tax return. Related articles I thought children in Pennsylvania could enroll in CHIP regardless of household income; why wasn’t my child automatically transferred to the CHIP program when I submitted my application through Pennie? I thought I would see additional financial assistance like Advance Premium Tax Credits (APTC) in my account as a result of the American Rescue Plan. Why did I lose eligibility for APTC? I recently received the notice “ ACTION REQUIRED: Lower the cost of your health coverage!”; Why am I receiving this notice? I selected a plan on Pennie. I have just received and read the policy’s terms and don’t want the policy anymore. How do I cancel/terminate? I recently received a notice with the subject of “IMPORTANT information regarding savings to your 2021 health insurance premium!” Why am I receiving this notice? Can't find your answer? Find local assistance or contact us.