Learn what kinds of tax ramifications can impact you and your family if you decide to use a premium tax credit. Will you owe the government money?
See what rates a subsidy-eligible family of seven could expect to pay for a silver plan, depending on the family’s annual household income.
Find the rates the Affordable Care Act says a family of six should pay for a silver plan in 2014 if the family qualifies for a premium tax credit.
Discover what the silver plan premium rates are for a subsidy-eligible family of five in 2014, according to the Affordable Care Act.
If your family of four qualifies for subsidized health care, discover what you will pay for the Affordable Care Act’s benchmark silver plan in 2014.
Learn what a family of three can expect to pay for a silver-level health plan in 2014 if they qualify for a premium tax credit.
See how much a silver plan will cost a subsidy-eligible family of two in 2014, according to the Affordable Care Act.
Learn what circumstances cause you to be regarded as a household of one and what your 2014 silver plan price is with a premium tax credit.
The premium tax credit is a key part of the Affordable Care Act’s attempt to make health insurance more affordable. See if you qualify for this subsidy.
Calculate the estimated tax penalty you will owe under Obamacare if you or members of your family do not have health insurance.
See how much of a penalty you might have to pay in 2014, 2015 and 2016 if any members of your family do not have health insurance.
Although the Affordable Care Act is likely to increase health insurance premiums, whether it does so for you will be determined by a number of factors.