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The average individual in America pays $452 per month for marketplace health insurance. 1 But costs for health insurance coverage vary widely based on many factors. Maybe you just turned 26 and are off your parents’ plan (#adulting?). Or maybe you’re facing a job loss and need to replace your former employer’s coverage.Do I have to get health insurance through the marketplace?
Yes. Marketplace savings are based on total household income, not the income of only household members who need insurance. If anyone in your household has coverage through a job-based plan, a plan they bought themselves, a public program like Medicaid, CHIP, or Medicare, or another source, include them and their income on your application.What is federal marketplace health insurance?
The Health Insurance Marketplace is a centralized exchange where people can compare and buy health insurance. Operated by the federal government, the Marketplace offers health plans in four different tiers that feature the same basic health services but have different cost-sharing structures, and may have additional benefits such as adult dental or vision care.