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What income levels qualify for lower costs?
To learn if you qualify for lower costs on health coverage, find your estimated household income and household size on this chart.
How can I see plans and prices before I apply?
You can preview Marketplace health plans and prices available in your area. The premiums shown include savings you may qualify for based on your income.
Will I qualify for lower costs on monthly premiums?
When you get health insurance coverage in the Marketplace, you may be able to get lower costs on your premiums. This depends on your income and family size.
Will I qualify for lower out-of-pocket costs?
When you get coverage through the Marketplace, you may be able to get lower costs on deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance. This will depend on your income.
Do I qualify for Medicaid?
You qualify for Medicaid based on income and family size. If you're eligible, you get free or low-cost care and don't need to buy a Marketplace plan.
Is my state expanding Medicaid coverage?
Some states are expanding their Medicaid programs. Others haven't. Your coverage options depend on your state, your income and household size, and other factors...
Are my children eligible for CHIP?
If your children need health insurance, they may be eligible for CHIP. If they qualify, you won’t need to buy a Marketplace plan to cover them
What income and household information do I provide when I apply for Marketp...
If you want to find out if you qualify for lower costs on Marketplace coverage, you’ll need to provide information about your household members and income.
Where can I get low-cost care in my community?
If you can't afford any health plan, you can get low-cost health care at a community health center.
What factors affect Marketplace health plan premiums?
Five factors can affect Marketplace plan prices: location, age, family size, tobacco use, and plan category. Health status and gender don’t affect pricing.