2017 Obamacare Subsidy Chart – 2017 Federal Poverty Level Chart

Under the ACA, subsidies are determined by the prior years Federal Poverty Level (FPL) Chart.  Below is the 2016 FPL chart.  This chart is used to determine your subsidy for 2017 health insurance coverage.


How to use the chart:

Household size is determined by the number of people you will claim on your 2017 Tax retun.

Household income is your best estimate on what the household income will be for the upcoming year (2017).  If this number changes through out the year, you can contact the Marketplace and update you income at that time.  During Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), you want to use your best estimate at what your income will be for 2017.


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“Household Size”, “100% FPL”, “250% FPL”, “400% FPL”
“1”, “$11,880″,”$29,700”, “$47,520”
“2”, “$16,020″,”$40,050”, “$64,080”
“3”, “$20,160”, “$50,400”, “$80,640”
“4”, “$24,300”, “$60,750”, “$97,200”
“5”, “$28,440”, “$71,100”, “$113,760”
“6”, “$32,580″,”$81,450”, “$130,320”
“7”, “$36,730″,”$91,825”, “$146,920”
“8”, “$40,890″,”$102,225”, “$163,560”
“For each additional ~~person, add”, “$4,160”, “$10,400”, “$16,640”

If your income falls below 100%, you will not qualify for a subsidy.  If your income is above 400% you will not qualify for a subsidy.  If you need help determine your subsidy or enrolling in coverage, you can reach us by clicking on the button below.

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