You may want or need to end your Marketplace insurance plan if you get other health coverage, or for other reasons.

FYI: Cancelling a plan you’ve been automatically enrolled in

If you were automatically enrolled in a 2017 plan you don’t like, you can change it any time until January 31, 2017.

If you want to cancel it without replacing it, see how to cancel it here.

When and how you end your Marketplace plan depends on two things:

  • The reason you’re ending coverage (like if you get a job-based plan, qualify for Medicaid or Medicare, or if you simply want to end coverage)
  • If you’re cancelling the plan for everybody or just for some people.

See “How to cancel a Marketplace plan” for step-by-step instructions based on your situation.