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Published onJanuary 27, 2022

It's tax season! Find Form 1095-A

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 onJanuary 16, 2022

Now that Open Enrollment is over, see health insurance options

If you missed the January 15 deadline for 2022 coverage, you may still be able to get or change 2022 coverage 2 ways: with a
Special Enrollment Period
or through
Medicaid
or the
Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
.

Published onJanuary 13, 2022

Last chance: 2022 Open Enrollment ends in 2 days

You have 2 days left to get health insurance this year. Open Enrollment for 2022 Marketplace health plans ends January 15. Act now to enroll in, or change health coverage that meets your needs and budget. Coverage starts February 1.

Published onDecember 23, 2021

Pay your premium to activate your coverage

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 onDecember 16, 2021

Apply now. 1 month to get 2022 Marketplace insurance

Important: Open Enrollment ends January 15, 2022. This means you have less than one month to enroll in or change Marketplace health insurance for 2022. Coverage starts February 1, 2022.

Published onDecember 9, 2021

Last chance: Act by Dec 15 for coverage that starts Jan 1

This is the last chance to get 2022 Marketplace health insurance that starts January 1. The deadline is Wednesday, December 15. That means you have only 6 days to enroll in, re-enroll in, or change 2022 Marketplace coverage that starts January 1. You don’t want to miss out on affordable coverage that meets your needs and budget.