We use your zip code to determine which carriers offer plans in your area and to what state you reside in.
Most insurance carriers start coverage on the 1st day of a month and bill monthly.
The federal insurance premium tax credit plans are offered only at certain times of the year called open enrollment periods, the dates may vary each year and some states have extended dates.<br> To enroll in a federal insurance tax credit plans outside of the open enrollment period you have to have a qualifying life event reason. Some examples are losing job based coverage, turning 26 and not being under your parents’ coverage, marriage, birth of a child and moving from one zip code or county to another.
Insurance carriers are required to charge the same price for the same gender and age person, that’s why we ask you this.
You can include members like your spouse, your children and others you claim as a tax dependent.
College students over 19 years may be eligible for coverage depending on the insurance company.
The tax credit amount may exceed the cost of the insurance allowing you to get insurance for no monthly fee.<br> Your health insurance quotes will reflect these savings and we will confirm your eligibility and final discount during the application process. You can choose to apply the tax credit directly toward your health insurance premium.
The household number should include yourself, your spouse, your children who live with you, any tax dependents you'll claim on your 2019 tax return, any unmarried partner who is the parent of your child, (even if they don’t live with you), and anyone under 21 living with you whom you support.
Enter the gross income from your 2018 (or most recent) income tax return, and adjust for changes to your income and deductions for 2019.
Unfortunately there are no plans for your area for the effective date you provided.