Open Enrollment for 2019 is over. You now have limited opportunities to change your health plan.
You can change health plans now only if you experience a qualifying life event — like losing other coverage, having a baby, or getting married — that makes you eligible for a Special Enrollment Period.
If you experience a change to your income or household — like a pay raise, a new household member, or a dependent getting other coverage — you must update your Marketplace application.
See what changes to report and how to do it.
You can cancel your Marketplace coverage any time. You may need to do this if you get other health coverage, or for another reason.
You can end coverage for:
Everyone on the application after your coverage has started. Your termination can take effect as soon as the day you cancel, or you can set the Marketplace coverage end date to a day in the future — like if you know your new coverage will start on the first day of the following month.
Just some people on the application. In most cases, their coverage will end immediately.
Where can I see all qualifying life events that qualify for a Special Enrollment Period?
Why should I report changes if I don’t qualify for a Special Enrollment Period?
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