Signing up for an Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace health insurance plan is an important step in keeping you and your family healthy. And, you may get help paying for your plan.

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YOUR HEALTH MATTERS

ACA Marketplace

plans can help a

wide range of

individuals

Is This You?

  • Self-employed or independent contractor

  • Unemployed or working fewer hours than normal

  • Not working because you’re caring for children or elderly parents

  • Never had insurance and not sure how it works

  • Think you can’t afford coverage or don’t need it because you’re healthy

  • Putting your own care last so your family can get care

  • Plan to pay for health care as you go

  • Waiting until you qualify for Medicare

Know the Facts

Make sure you know the facts about health insurance so you can make the right decision for you and your loved ones.

Many People Are Eligible

Many people, including those with several immigration statuses, can enroll in health insurance through the ACA Marketplace.

Coverage Could Be As Low As $0 If You Qualify

The federal government increased financial assistance to help more people afford health insurance through the ACA. 

Tips to Help Choose a Plan

Shopping for health insurance doesn't have to be overwhelming. Asking a few key questions can help you find the right plan for your budget.

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DON'T GO WITHOUT HEALTHCARE

HOW AFFORDABLE CAN HEALTHCARE BE?

More than 400,000

 uninsured people in Florida are eligible to enroll in a health insurance plan for $0 per month after receiving financial assistance

$10

is how much 4 out of 5  people paid for their 2021 ACA Marketplace plans after receiving financial assistance.

318,500

people in Florida are now able to receive financial assistance for health insurance who weren't eligible previously.

9 out of 10

people in Florida with ACA plans got financial help in 2020. Even more, are eligible now after changes to expand financial assistance

$182,700

is how much parents in their 40s with 2 teenagers can earn and still get financial help to lower their health insurance payments.

$237,400

is how much a couple in their 60s could earn to still receive financial help.

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