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1Are you covered under your employer's health insurance?

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2Do you receive Medicare?

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3Does your family make more than the yearly income on the right?

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FAMILY
SIZE

YEARLY
INCOME

  • 1$46,680
  • 2$62,920
  • 3$79,160
  • 4$95,400
  • 5$111,640
  • 6$127,880

If your income is near these amounts, you may still qualify for the tax subsidy.

Good news, You may be eligible for one of the two programs. Please answer the next question

4Does your family make less than the yearly income on the right?

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FAMILY
SIZE

YEARLY
INCOME

  • 1$16,605
  • 2$21,707
  • 3$27,310
  • 4$32,913
  • 5$38,516
  • 6$44,119
  • 7$48,381
  • 8$52,401

For each additional person, add $4,020

Good news, since you are covered by your employer's health insurance you do not need to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Please contact your employer for more details.

Good news, since you are covered by Medicare insurance you do not need to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Good news, If you are uninsured, you can still enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace. However, due to your income level you may not qualify for a tax credit.

Please visit healthcare.gov for more information.

Sorry, due to your income level you are not qualified for a tax credit.

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