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Financial assistance

Most people who enroll through HealthCare.gov qualify for financial assistance. In 2017, the average Oregonian with a private plan through HealthCare.gov got $346 per month in financial assistance.

Some people who qualify for a tax credit will also qualify for lower out-of-pocket costs (also called cost-sharing reductions). With a cost-sharing reduction, people pay less when they get health care services, as long as they enroll in a silver plan through HealthCare.gov.

You may get financial assistance if your household size earns less than the following amounts:

1 person $48,240
2 people $64,960
3 people $81,680
4 people $98,400
5 people $115,120
6 people $131,840

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