Incomes that qualify for lower costs: Accessible chart

Find out which savings programs you may qualify for: Find your household size and estimated 2015 income on the list below. (You can use adjusted gross income as a rough estimate, but learn about important details.

If your state isn’t expanding Medicaid, be sure to apply for Medicaid anyway. You may qualify under your state’s current rules.

(Note: The figures below apply to residents of the continental U.S. Dollar amounts in Alaska and Hawaii are higher.

If you are the only person in your household:

  • If your yearly income is between $11,670 and $46,680, you may qualify for lower premiums on a Marketplace insurance plan.
  • If your yearly income is between $11,670 and $29,175, you may qualify for lower premiums and out-of-pocket costs for Marketplace insurance.
  • If your yearly income is below $16,243 and your state is expanding Medicaid, you may qualify for Medicaid coverage.
  • If your yearly income is below $11,670 and your state isn’t expanding Medicaid, you may not qualify for any Marketplace savings programs.

If there are 2 people in your household:

  • If your yearly income is between $15,730 and $62,920, you may qualify for lower premiums on a Marketplace insurance plan.
  • If your yearly income is between $15,730 and $39,325, you may qualify for lower premiums and out-of-pocket costs for Marketplace insurance.
  • If your yearly income is below $21,983 and your state is expanding Medicaid, you may qualify for Medicaid coverage.
  • If your yearly income is below $15,730 and your state isn’t expanding Medicaid, you may not qualify for any Marketplace savings programs.

If there are 3 people in your household:

  • If your yearly income is between $19,790 and $79,160, you may qualify for lower premiums on a Marketplace insurance plan.
  • If your yearly income is between $19,790 and $49,475, you may qualify for lower premiums and out-of-pocket costs for Marketplace insurance.
  • If your yearly income is below $27,724 and your state is expanding Medicaid, you may qualify for Medicaid coverage.
  • If your yearly income is below $19,790 and your state isn’t expanding Medicaid, you may not qualify for any Marketplace savings programs.

If there are 4 people in your household:

  • If your yearly income is between $23,850 and $95,400, you may qualify for lower premiums on a Marketplace insurance plan.
  • If your yearly income is between $23,850 and $59,625, you may qualify for lower premiums and out-of-pocket costs for Marketplace insurance.
  • If your yearly income is below $33,465 and your state is expanding Medicaid, you may qualify for Medicaid coverage.
  • If your yearly income is below $23,850 and your state isn’t expanding Medicaid, you may not qualify for any Marketplace savings programs. below

If there are 5 people in your household:

  • If your yearly income is between $27,910 and $111,640, you may qualify for lower premiums on a Marketplace insurance plan.
  • If your yearly income is between $27,910 and $69,775, you may qualify for lower premiums and out-of-pocket costs for Marketplace insurance.
  • If your yearly income is below $39,206 and your state is expanding Medicaid, you may qualify for Medicaid coverage.
  • If your yearly income is below $27,910 and your state isn’t expanding Medicaid, you may not qualify for any Marketplace savings programs.

If there are 6 people in your household:

  • If your yearly income is between $31,970 and $127,880, you may qualify for lower premiums on a Marketplace insurance plan.
  • If your yearly income is between $31,970 and $79,925, you may qualify for lower premiums and out-of-pocket costs for Marketplace insurance.
  • If your yearly income is below $44,947 and your state is expanding Medicaid, you may qualify for Medicaid coverage.
  • If your yearly income is below $31,970 your state isn’t expanding Medicaid, you may not qualify for any Marketplace savings programs.

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