Could you be eligible for a tax credit?

Discounts are available to help lower the cost of monthly insurance payments and out-of-pocket medical costs for eligible applicants. Income and family size help determine the eligibility and tax credit amount available to applicants.

family size 100% 133% 138% 150% 200% 250% 300% 400% Per Hour low Per Hour high
1 $11,880 $15,800 $16,394 $17,820 $23,760 $29,700 $35,640 $47,520 $6 $23
2 $16,020 $21,307 $22,108 $24,030 $32,040 $40,050 $48,060 $64,080 $8 $31
3 $20,160 $26,813 $27,821 $30,240 $40,320 $50,400 $60,480 $80,640 $10 $39
4 $24,300 $32,319 $33,534 $36,450 $48,600 $60,750 $72,900 $97,200 $12 $47
5 $28,440 $37,825 $39,247 $42,660 $56,880 $71,100 $85,320 $113,760 $14 $55
6 $32,580 $43,331 $44,960 $48,870 $65,160 $81,450 $97,740 $130,320 $16 $63
7 $36,730 $48,851 $50,687 $55,095 $73,460 $91,825 $110,190 $146,920 $18 $71
8 $40,890 $54,384 $56,428 $61,335 $81,780 $102,225 $122,670 $163,560 $20 $79

Important steps to avoid issues with your eligibility

If you are eligible, make sure you have done these two things to help avoid a delay in receiving your premium tax credit.

  1. File a 2015 tax return with a complete Form 8962 as soon as possible.
  2. If you missed the April 18, 2016 deadline or received an extension to file by Oct. 17, 2016, file a return as soon as possible.

For a copy of Form 1095-A, please visit HealthCare.gov or state Marketplace website and log into your Marketplace account or call the Marketplace call center at 1-800-318-2596. For more information on filing, please visit IRS.gov/aca (link opens in new window) or call the IRS at 1-800-829-0922.

Please note: the IRS will not be able to answers questions about the information on Form 1095-A or about missing or lost forms.