To find out if you qualify for savings, select your state and household size. We’ll tell you:

  • If you may qualify to save money on health insurance
  • If your state is expanding Medicaid coverage – and if you may qualify

IMPORTANT: 2017 information coming soon

This page applies to savings for 2016 Marketplace plans. New cutoffs for 2017 (slightly higher due to inflation) will appear November 1. Until then, this tool provides a general idea of whether you’ll save.

See if you may qualify for savings in your state

Note: This tool provides a quick view of income levels that qualify for savings in your state for 2016. You’ll find out exactly what you qualify for only when you fill out a Marketplace application and get your eligibility results.


Estimating your expected household income for 2016

Many people can start with their most recent year’s adjusted gross income and update it for upcoming changes. (Savings are based on your income estimate for the year you want coverage.)

Learn more about estimating household income.
Including the right people in your household

Count yourself, your spouse if you’re married, plus everyone you’ll claim as a tax dependent, including those who don’t need coverage. Learn more about who to include in your household, and whose income is counted.

Include yourself, your spouse if married, and anyone you'll claim as a tax dependent who's required to file a tax return (even if they don't need health coverage).

Your state currently runs its own health insurance Marketplace. Visit your state Marketplace to learn if you qualify for lower costs on health insurance coverage.

If you live in a U.S. Territory, you're not eligible to use the Marketplace to apply and enroll in health coverage.