Published onJune 16, 2022
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Published onMay 5, 2022
If you have Marketplace coverage and your income or household size recently changed, update your application to let the Marketplace know. These changes may impact the coverage or savings you’re eligible for, like you may qualify for more savings than you’re getting now. Act quickly so you don’t miss out.
Published onApril 21, 2022
All Marketplace plans cover a set of
Published onApril 7, 2022
The last day to file your 2021 federal income taxes is April 18, 2022 – that’s less than 2 weeks away! If anyone in your household had Marketplace health coverage in 2021, you should have received Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace® Statement. (If you didn’t get the form online or by mail, contact the Marketplace Call Center.)
Published onMarch 10, 2022
Attention: There’s less than one month until the April 18, 2022 tax filing deadline. If anyone in your household had a Marketplace plan in 2021, you’ll use Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace® Statement to file your federal taxes. This form came from the Marketplace, not the IRS. Make sure this form is correct, then store it with your other important tax information.
Published onFebruary 24, 2022
The 2021 tax filing season ends April 18, 2022. Here’s how you can get ready if you had Marketplace coverage at any point in 2021.
Published onFebruary 10, 2022
Congratulations on getting covered for 2022. At HealthCare.gov, we’re here to help you understand how to use your new coverage. Get answers to common health insurance questions.
Published onJanuary 27, 2022
If anyone in your household had a Marketplace plan in 2021, you'll need Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace® Statement, to file your federal taxes. You should get it in the mail by early February. Keep it with your important tax information, like W-2 forms and other records.
Published onDecember 23, 2021
Before you can start using your new 2022 Marketplace coverage, you must pay your first premium — the amount you pay for your health insurance every month — directly to the insurance company (not the Marketplace).
Published onNovember 4, 2021
Open Enrollment for 2022 is here and ends January 15. Plans have different premiums and out-of-pocket costs and may differ in covered services and benefits. Knowing a few things before you compare can simplify the process of choosing a plan.