On Private Health Insurance Coverage & The Health Insurance Marketplace
FAQs tagged with “Household Size”
- How do I project my household size/income for next year if I’m pregnant now? I’m married and this pregnancy will be our first child. We want to find subsidized coverage in the Marketplace.
- I understand eligibility for premium tax credits is based on our household income. Who counts as being in my household?
- I’m raising my grandchild and claim her as a tax dependent. If I apply for Marketplace subsidies, will we be considered one household?
- My 20-year-old daughter has a son. She’s a full-time student and I support both of them financially. Which one of us – me or my daughter – should claim my grandson as our dependent?
- My 23-year-old daughter lives with us but pays rent and helps buy groceries. Can we include her as a dependent?
- My mother lives on her own. She earns about $3,000 a year from Social Security and my husband and I pay her rent and help buy groceries. Can we claim her as a dependent?
- My partner and I are unmarried and we have two children. How do we count our household size and income when we apply for subsidies in the Marketplace? Can we buy one policy to cover the whole family?
- My partner and I live together but are unmarried. Is our combined household income what we should report?
- My spouse and I want to cover our 25-year-old child on our Marketplace plan and apply for premium tax credits. We don’t claim her as a dependent, she doesn’t live with us, and she has a job. Do we have to count our child's income as part of our income?
- We claim my 22-year-old son, a full-time college student, as a dependent. He just got married. Can we continue to claim him as a dependent?