I recently qualified for full scope MediCal in January of this year, as I am disabled and on low income. However in May, my sister sent me the small inheritance that was my portion left to me after my Mother died. This was a surprise to me, as my sister had not shared with me previously that she was going to settle the estate at this time. This was a new situation to me, and I didn't quite know how to deal with it at first, so I took it to a company to invest for me, because not being able to work anymore, I needed to make sure that it would last as long as possible. Last week I called to drop my MediCal, as I realized I no longer qualified for full scope MediCal, that I had just been award in January of this year... Like I said~ this was a new situation for me that actually was quite unexpected on my part. My investment advisor told me that I would be getting a 1099 early next year because of this money. Suddenly I have questions that I hadn't ever been faced with before, and I am concerned... Will MediCal "come back at me" after I file taxes next year, and ask for those 5 months that I was covered by MediCal, even though I have already now dropped it? Thank you for any insight you can give me.