If you’re enrolled in a 2015 Marketplace health insurance plan, you can re-enroll or change health insurance plans for 2016.
Did you get a letter from the Marketplace or your health insurance company? Find answers about your letters.
Yes. But the only way to get a premium tax credit and other savings is to buy your plan through the Marketplace.
If your income is too high to qualify for a premium tax credit, you may want to explore plans outside the Marketplace.Learn more about buying a plan outside the Marketplace.
Yes. But before you make this choice, consider the important benefits of health coverage -- and the significant financial and health risks of not having it.
In addition, the fee you pay if you’re uninsured nearly doubles in 2016.
If you don't want any Marketplace coverage in 2016, you’ll have to cancel it before December 15 so you’re not automatically re-enrolled. See how to cancel your health plan.
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