If you had a 2020 Marketplace insurance plan, you should have received two 2021 re-enrollment letters: one from your insurance company and one from the Health Insurance Marketplace®.
Your Health Insurance Marketplace® letter includes:
- Anything you must do to get a premium tax credit for 2021. You may have to send documents, like tax or income information.
- How to update your application to make sure you get the right savings for the year.
Your insurance company letter includes:
- Whether your 2020 plan is available in 2021.
- If not, whether the company is offering you a similar or alternate plan.
- Any changes to the plan for 2021.
- The 2021 premium, after any premium tax credit has been applied. The tax credit may be based on your 2020 information or on information the Marketplace has from other sources.
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Important: Store your letters in a safe spot until you need them
Be sure to keep your Health Insurance Marketplace® and insurance company letters in a safe place and have them handy when you enroll in 2021 health coverage.
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More answers: Your 2021 health insurance letters
- What if I didn't get a Health Insurance Marketplace® notice?
Contact the Marketplace Call Center. Before you call, log in to your Marketplace account and check your messages. The notice may be there.
- What if I don't get a notice from my insurance company?
Contact your insurance company, not the Marketplace.
- How will I know when I've been automatically enrolled in a plan?
If you haven't updated your application and confirmed your plan selection by December 15, you'll get a letter from the Marketplace saying if you've been successfully enrolled in a new plan or not.