FAQs tagged with “Eligibility for Cost Sharing Reduction”
- How much are the cost-sharing subsidies?
- I can’t afford to pay much for deductibles and co-pays. Is there help for me in the marketplace for cost-sharing?
- I have my own health insurance. Why should I consider shopping for a new plan on the health insurance marketplace?
- I heard that the cost-sharing subsidies that help lower my out-of-pocket costs are no longer available. Is that true?
- I qualified for the cost-sharing reduction when I signed up for coverage in the marketplace. I’m getting more hours at work and might not qualify anymore. Will I have to change plans now with a new deductible and out-of-pocket cap?
- I think I’ll qualify for a tax credit based on my income, but I see there are bronze plans that are really affordable. Is that the best plan for me?
- I'm interested in enrolling in a Health Savings Account (HSA)-compatible plan and opening up an HSA. My income is less than 250% of the federal poverty level and I qualify for cost-sharing help through the Marketplace. Can I still have an HSA?
- If I use my premium subsidy for a bronze plan, I can save even more money on the premium. Can I also get my cost-sharing reduction through a bronze plan?
- Why should I buy a plan on the health insurance marketplace?