Health insurance and your taxes
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
3M ago
If you had Marketplace coverage at any point in 2023 and got the premium tax credit, here’s what you need to know about filing your federal taxes.  Image Keep your Form 1095-A in a safe place  This form has important information about the Marketplace plans your household had in 2023.  You should have gotten Form 1095-A in the mail, or check your Marketplace account.  If you didn’t get this form, contact the Marketplace Call Center.  Check that your Form 1095-A is correct  Make sure your household and coverage information, the "sec ..read more
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Going once, going twice...Open Enrollment ends soon!
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
3M ago
The clock is ticking for you to get health coverage for 2024. Open Enrollment for Marketplace health plans ends January 16. Coverage starts February 1. Image Act now: Enroll in health coverage that meets your budget & needs New to HealthCare.gov? Create an account to fill out an application for the first time. Already have an account? Log in to update your application, compare plans, and change or renew for 2024. Even if you were automatically re-enrolled, it's important to: Update any income and household changes. Otherwise, your savings might not be correct. Compare plans. There ..read more
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File your taxes using Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace® Statement
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
3M ago
The tax filing deadline is April 18, 2023. If anyone in your household had a Marketplace plan in 2022, use Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace® Statement to file your federal taxes. You’ll get this form from the Marketplace, not the IRS. Check your Form 1095-A to make sure your information is correct. Keep it with your other important tax information. Image Check your online account for Form 1095-A If you didn’t get your Form 1095-A in the mail, or you can’t find it, check your HealthCare.gov account: Log into your HealthCare.gov account. Under "Your Existing Applications," select ..read more
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Now that you’re covered, know how to use your insurance!
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
3M ago
Get the most out of your Marketplace coverage with answers to some common questions, like how to use your coverage and what’s covered.  Image How do I use my coverage?  • Get more information about using your coverage, like getting regular and emergency care and how to improve your health.  • Learn how to put your health first (PDF, 1820 KB). You’ll find tips on how to find providers and prepare for appointments.  What’s covered?  All Marketplace plans cover:  • 10 essential health benefits, including prescription drugs, emergency services, hospitalization ..read more
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It's tax season! Check your mail for Form 1095-A
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
4M ago
Did someone in your household have a Marketplace plan in 2023?  When you file your taxes, you’ll need Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace® Statement. This form comes from the Marketplace, not the IRS. Image   1. Find your form  It'll be in your mailbox by early February, or in your Marketplace account now. Get step-by-step instructions to find your Form 1095-A online.  2. Check your form Is it correct? It should include information about any Marketplace plans that members of your household had last year. 3. Use your form  If it’s accurate, use the info ..read more
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Explore your health care options after Open Enrollment
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
4M ago
Marketplace Open Enrollment for health coverage in 2024 ended January 15. If you missed the Open Enrollment window, you might still have options for health coverage for the rest of the year.  Image Your health coverage options  You may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period to get coverage or change plans if: Your income falls within a certain range You had a qualifying life event, like losing health coverage, getting married, having or adopting a baby, or moving If eligible, you can enroll in Marketplace coverage for the rest of the year outside the annual Open Enrollment P ..read more
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Going once, going twice...Open Enrollment ends soon!
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
4M ago
The clock is ticking for you to get health coverage for 2024. Open Enrollment for Marketplace health plans ends January 16. Coverage starts February 1. Image Act now: Enroll in health coverage that meets your budget & needs New to HealthCare.gov? Create an account to fill out an application for the first time. Already have an account? Log in to update your application, compare plans, and change or renew for 2024. Even if you were automatically re-enrolled, it's important to: Update any income and household changes. Otherwise, your savings might not be correct. Compare plans. There ..read more
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Don’t miss out – get coverage for this year!
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
5M ago
Time is running out – your window to apply for, renew, or change your Marketplace plan for 2024 coverage ends on January 15.  Image Not sure where to start?  If you’re new to HealthCare.gov, create an account and check out some helpful tips about the Marketplace.  Already have a plan?  Whether you want to keep your current plan or are looking for a new one, it’s important to log in and update any income or household changes so you get the right savings. You may also discover new plans that better fit your needs.  Don’t miss out – make sure you’re covered today ..read more
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To begin your coverage, make sure you pay your monthly premium
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
5M ago
To start your new 2024 Marketplace coverage, pay the first premium. This is the amount you pay every month to the health insurance company to keep your coverage. Image How to pay your monthly premium to start your coverage Follow your insurance company’s instructions on how to pay. Pay online. You might be able to pay your first premium through your Marketplace account or through your insurance company. If you can't pay online, your insurance company should tell you how to pay your premium. If they didn't, reach out to them. If you aren’t sure you paid, check your Marketplace account to ..read more
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Beat the deadline! Open Enrollment ends in 1 month
Healthcare.gov | Healthcare Insurance Blog
by Healthcare.gov
5M ago
Act now — don't miss the January 16 deadline to apply for, re-enroll in, or change 2024 health insurance. This holiday season, give yourself the peace of mind that comes with taking care of your health. Image   Important deadlines to know January 16, 2024: Deadline to apply for and enroll in 2024 coverage. February 1, 2024: Coverage starts. Apply & enroll now New to HealthCare.gov? Create an account to fill out an application for the first time.  Have 2023 Marketplace coverage? Log in to update your application, compare plans, and enroll or renew for 2024. Don't miss ..read more
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