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Get an estimate of your costs and savings for 2014 plans

Many people under 65 could get government help to pay for a health plan. How much depends on your family size and how much your family earns. Most of the time, people whose pay is below these levels will be able to get help in 2014. (Amounts are different for each family size, up to a family of 8).

  • Up to $45,960 for one person
  • Up to $62,040 for a family of 2
  • Up to $94,200 for a family of 4

This tool shows about how much government help you may qualify for. It will also show about how much a health plan will cost.

Tell us about yourself.

Household

How much does your family earn each year (dollars): $

How many people are in your family?

In what county do you live?

People on your plan

Can you get a health plan from work?

How old are you?

If married, how old is your spouse?

How many in your family are under 21?

How many in your family are 21 to 25?

Cost of health plans

Plan costs are for a silver plan. You can choose to buy a plan at a higher or lower level.

Monthly silver plan cost (before savings):

Estimated tax credit from government:


Your estimated monthly silver plan cost:

Disclaimer
The results of this tool are estimates only. To determine actual eligibility you must visit the Health Insurance Marketplace. Under the law, maximum contributions to premiums will be based on modified adjusted gross income, while estimates in this calculator are based on the annual income entered by the user. This estimator is not intended to be relied upon for legal or tax advice. All personal information is confidential and will not be saved in our system.