Starting in 2014, nearly all Americans must have medical coverage or pay a tax penalty. If you're not eligible for medical coverage through the company, use this website to see your options for purchasing coverage through the new public health insurance marketplace or other government programs.
View health care programs in your state.
See if you or your family may qualify for Medicaid or a subsidy in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
NOTE: The 2014 annual enrollment period has ended and the 2015 annual enrollment period begins November 15th. In the interim, individuals may only enroll if they have a qualifying life event.
Based on your answers, your income is of the federal poverty level. Here's how you may qualify for financial help in .
Actual eligibility is tied to your Modified Adjusted Gross Income
"Spouse" includes domestic partners if allowed by an individual state program. Each state's program(s) may have different eligibility rules
Each state's program(s) may have different eligibility rules for children regarding age, family size, income, custody, and where the children live.
Any medical coverage available from your employer or your spouse's employer is assumed to provide minimum essential benefits coverage. Essential benefits include specific terms and services such as preventative care, laboratory services, maternity and newborn care, and prescription drugs.
Critical illness, mini-medical, and other types of supplemental health insurance are not deemed to be "medical coverage" for purposes of determining whether you or your family may qualify for financial help in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
If you are looking to evaluate your alternatives to an employer retirement plan or a COBRA plan and cannot obtain insurance through your spouse's plan, answer this question "No."