Published onSeptember 23, 2021
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone 6 months and older get a yearly flu shot by the end of October. Flu viruses change from year to year, so even if you got the shot before, you should get a vaccine each year to protect against the most common types of viruses.
Published onJuly 15, 2021
If you're enrolled in a Marketplace plan and your income or household changes, update your application as soon as possible. These changes may affect the coverage or savings you’re eligible for. If you don’t report them, you could qualify for more savings than you’re getting now or wind up having to pay money back when you file 2021 taxes next year.
Published onJuly 1, 2021
Here’s how you can use your Marketplace health insurance to help you stay healthy this summer.
Published onJune 17, 2021
Now that you’re enrolled in 2021 Marketplace insurance, don’t forget to pay your monthly directly to your health insurance company, not to the Health Insurance Marketplace®. Your coverage won't start until you do.
Published onMay 20, 2021
All private health plans offered in the Marketplace must cover these 10 essential health benefits regardless of the plan category and type. (Note: These are the minimum requirements for all Marketplace plans. Specific services covered in each broad benefit category can vary based on your state's requirements.)
Published onApril 22, 2021
Health insurance isn’t just for when you’re sick. Here’s how you can use your Marketplace coverage any time.
Published onApril 8, 2021
If anyone in your household had a Marketplace plan in 2020, you’ll use Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace® Statement to fill out Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit (PDF, 110 KB).
Published onMarch 25, 2021
If anyone in your household had Marketplace health coverage in 2020, you should have already 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 onFebruary 25, 2021
Marketplace plans cover a set of — like shots and screening tests — at no cost to you.
Published onFebruary 12, 2021
If anyone in your household had a Marketplace plan in 2020, you should have received Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace® Statement, by mail from the Marketplace (not the IRS). After confirming that it’s accurate, be sure to store it with important tax information, like W-2 forms and other records, so that you can easily find it when you’re ready to file.