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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides individuals and families greater access to affordable health insurance options including medical, dental, vision, and other types of health insurance that may not otherwise be available. Under the ACA:




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Visit HealthCare.gov to apply for benefits through the ACA Health Insurance Marketplace or you'll be directed to your state's health insurance marketplace website. Marketplaces, prices, subsidies, programs, and plans vary by state.


If you have questions about specific parts of your insurance plan, you must contact your insurance company to get answers. Only your insurance company can answer specific questions about doctors, medications, treatments, medical equipment, and what is and is not covered under your plan.


Businesses with 50 employees or fewer can offer Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) plans to employees, starting any month of the year. Learn about small business tax credits to help companies with the equivalent of fewer than 25 full-time employees provide insurance coverage to their workers.


Long-term care (LTC) is a variety of services that include medical and non-medical care for people who have chronic illnesses or disabilities.If you are thinking about long-term care needs for yourself or your loved one, these resources can help:


Most health insurance plans and Medicare severely limit or exclude long-term care. If you want coverage, you may need a separate long-term care insurance policy. These questions can help you evaluate long-term care insurance policies.


Medicare provides medical health insurance to people under 65 with certain disabilities and any age with end-stage renal disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a kidney transplant). Learn about eligibility, how to apply and coverage.


No individual applying for health coverage through the individual marketplace will be discouraged from applying for benefits, turned down for coverage or charged more premium because of health status, medical condition, mental illness claims experience, medical history, genetic information or health disability. In addition, no individual will be denied coverage based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, personal appearance, political affiliation or source of income.


Note: Subsidies are only available if you buy a plan through the Exchange (wahealthplanfinder.org). Non-Exchange plans are plans you buy through an insurance agent, broker or directly from a company.


The premium is adjusted for family size and age of the user. Premiums in the calculator vary by age within the three to one limit specified in the law, using age factors from proposed regulations issued by HHS (or, state specific age factors where states have adopted them). The calculator does not display a tobacco surcharge. However, in most states, insurers can charge a tobacco surcharge of up to 50% of your total premium, and tax credits do not apply to the surcharge. Actual tobacco surcharges will vary by plan and some states do not permit insurers to vary premiums by tobacco status.


KFF is not able to provide individual advice on your insurance options. However, we do provide answers to a number of frequently asked questions below, along with more detailed questions and answers in our Health Reform FAQ page.


Subsidies are financial assistance from the Federal government to help you pay for health coverage or care. The amount of assistance you get is determined by your income and family size. There are two types of health insurance subsidies available through the Marketplace: the premium tax credit and the cost-sharing subsidy.


Medicaid is a comprehensive, free health insurance program (offered through a partnership between states and the Federal government) for people when they have limited income. Eligibility for Medicaid is based on your current income (vs eligibility for marketplace subsidies, which is based on your estimated total annual income for 2023.) Medicaid programs vary from state to state, but most health care services are covered at little or no cost and no premium is charged. If you are eligible for Medicaid, then you would not be eligible for subsidies in the Marketplace and would instead need to sign up for Medicaid.


When using the Health Insurance Marketplace Calculator, if some members of your household are eligible for Medicare and others are not, you should enter your full household size (including those who are eligible for Medicare) in Question #4. For the following question (#5), please enter only those family members who are signing up for Marketplace coverage (do not enter adults who are eligible for Medicare in Question #6).


In most states, older people will still pay more for health insurance than a younger person. The ACA requires that people aged 64 and older can be charged no more than 3 times that of a 21-year-old. Children under age 21 have slightly lower premiums and families with more than three children under the age of 21 will be charged premiums for no more than three children.


Yes. The cost of health insurance (your monthly premium) varies quite a bit by state, and even within regions of a state. This is because of several factors, such as the cost of living and cost of health care services in your area.


When you buy coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace you can choose between four levels of coverage: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. The levels are based on how much financial protection the plans offer you when you get sick or need medical care and how much you will have to pay out-of-pocket for care subject to the plan deductible and other cost sharing.


Bronze plans will have the lowest monthly premiums, but have the highest deductibles, copayments, and other cost sharing. If you get sick or have an accident, your share of covered medical bills that you will have to pay out-of-pocket will be higher because of the higher cost sharing. Silver plans are more protective and will have higher monthly premiums, but generally have somewhat lower deductibles and other cost sharing, meaning you would likely spend less out of pocket when you get medical care. Gold and platinum plans have the highest monthly payments, but the lowest cost sharing, leaving you with fewer additional costs to pay for covered services.


With most job-based health plans, an employer pays part of your monthly or yearly costs (premiums). In general, people who qualify for health insurance through their job are not able to get financial assistance through the Marketplaces.


Based on the information you provided, you or some members of your family may be eligible for Medicaid. Medicaid is a health coverage program run by states and the Federal government. Under the health reform law, states have the option to expand Medicaid coverage to everyone under 138% of the poverty level. (The federal government pays nearly all of the costs of Medicaid expansion).


Based on the information you provided, you or some members of your family may be eligiblefor Medicaid. Medicaid is a health coverage program run by states and the Federalgovernment. Under the health reform law, states have the option to expand Medicaidcoverage to everyone under 138% of the poverty level. (The federal government paysnearly all of the costs of Medicaid expansion).


At this time, your state has not decided to expand Medicaid. Thismeans that you or members of your family may need to meet special criteria set by yourstate in order to qualify for Medicaid. 0 ) { %>Children under the age of 19 at this income are likely eligible for coverage underMedicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).


Under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, if a person qualifies to purchase insurance on the Marketplace and has received or was approved to receive unemployment compensation at any point in 2021, they and any eligible dependents can get a silver plan with a $0 premium. Because you indicated that you had received or were approved to receive unemployment income this year, you qualify for a premium tax credit that covers the full cost of the premium for the second-lowest cost silver plan in your area. You also qualify for cost-sharing reductions that significantly lower the maximum amount you and any eligible dependents would have to spend out-of-pocket in 2021. Below is an estimate of your cost for coverage and amount of financial help in 2023. For more information on how unemployment income is factored into your 2023 Marketplace costs, see the FAQs below.


Under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, if a person qualifies to purchase insurance on the Marketplace and has received or was approved to receive unemployment compensation at any point in 2021, they and any eligible dependents can get a silver plan with a $0 premium. Because you indicated that you had received or were approved to receive unemployment income this year, you qualify for a premium tax credit that covers the full cost of the premium for the second-lowest cost silver plan in your area. You also qualify for cost-sharing reductions that significantly lower the maximum amount you and any eligible dependents would have to spend out-of-pocket in 2023. Below is an estimate of your cost for coverage and amount of financial help in 2023. For more information on how unemployment income is factored into your 2023 Marketplace costs, see the FAQs below.


The state of Vermont provides additional help to Vermont residents at your incomelevel. After accounting for this additional help, the amount you pay would likely belower than the amount shown above. You are also likely eligible for additional help thatwould lower your out-of-pocket costs when you get medical care. For more information,clickhere. 041b061a72


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