You must have health coverage or pay a tax penalty.
If you're not offered affordable employer coverage, you may qualify a subsidy, or tax credit you can use toward the cost of your insurance premium.
Household size is the number of people living in your house.
Household income is the total income each of your family members makes in a year. If you make $40,000 and your spouse makes $20,000 in a household of 2, then your household income range is $60,000.
If you have affordable employee coverage, this does not apply to you.
|Household Size||Household Income Range|
|1||$11,670 - $46,680|
|2||$15,730 - $62,920|
|3||$19,790 - $79,160|
|4||$23,850 - $95,400|
|5||$27,910 - $111,640|
|6||$31,970 - $127,880|
|7||$36,030 - $144,120|
|8||$40,090 - $160,360|
|Each additional person||+ $4,060 - $16,240|
To shop for a premium-assistance plan, you will need:
Get a list of everything you need to get ready to buy.
For 2015, you may begin enrolling Nov. 15. The marketplace will be open until Feb. 15, 2015. There are many four easy ways to get coverage.