When you go to the doctor or get care, you and your health insurance share the cost. How much of the cost you pay, usually as a copay or deductible, depends on your coverage.
Because of the health care law, your income may qualify you for help from the federal government to pay these out-of-pocket health care costs. Learn more about this financial assistance at www.healthcare.gov.
Yes – if your income is 250 percent or less of the Federal Poverty Level and you enroll in a silver plan:
income of $28,725* or less
|Family of 4||
with an income of $58,875* or less
|Family of 5||
with an income of $68,925* or less
|Family of 6||
with an income of $78,975* or less
|Family of 7||
with an income of $89,025* or less
|Family of 8||
with an income of $99,075* or less
When you apply for health insurance through the Marketplace, the government will let you know if you are eligible for additional help with your out-of-pocket costs.
This is an estimate for a 2014 plan and does not include any cost savings you may be eligible for from the federal government. Your actual rate will depend on information entered in your application for coverage.
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