You may be eligible to save money on your health insurance premium and lower your monthly bill.

What is a Premium Tax Credit?

It’s a type of financial assistance from the government that can help you save on your monthly premium payment. The tax credit, if you’re eligible, will go towards reducing your monthly premium. Your premium payment is what you pay each month for your monthly bill.

Do You Qualify?

Your eligibility is based on household size and estimated income along with other factors.

The amount of premium tax credit you may be eligible for is based on how your household income compares to Federal Poverty Levels. Federal Poverty Level (FPL) is the minimum income a family requires for basic needs like food or shelter. The government decides these FPL levels. You can check the levels on the Department of Health and Human Services website. The FPL range may change based on the state you live in.

FAQs

On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan (ARP) with immediate impacts to current and prospective Marketplace members, including enhanced advance premium tax credit (APTC).

Under the ARP, Marketplace premium tax credits were increased and eligibility expanded for 2021 and 2022, allowing eligible consumers to receive more tax credits than under the ACA and eliminating the subsidy cap at 400% Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Premiums are capped at 8.5% of income regardless of income, and individuals earning 100-150% FPL may be eligible for fully subsidized coverage ($0 premiums).

For 2022, you will be able to access premium tax credits you’re eligible for when you enroll in coverage or renew your coverage during Open Enrollment on HealthCare.gov, your State-based Marketplace, or Enroll.Ambetterhealth.com.

There are a number of helpful resources regarding the new law and the impacts for your particular state.

Please visit healthcare.gov and/or state based exchange websites.

Calculate Your Savings

Thanks to the American Rescue Plan, more people than ever before are now able to save. Even if you've checked your eligibility in previous years, look again now. See what savings you may be eligible for

Understanding Premium Tax Credits

Watch how premium tax credits may help you save money on health insurance premiums. View the Video.


What is a subsidy? A subsidy is financial assistance provided by the federal government that helps lower what you pay for health insurance each month (your premium). The size of your family, where you live, and your income are the three things that determine your subsidy.  See if you qualify: Enroll.Ambetterhealth.com