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Financial assistance

Most people who enroll through HealthCare.gov qualify for financial assistance. In 2018, the average Oregonian who enrolled through HealthCare.gov and qualified for a subsidy got $421 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$49,960
2 people$67,640
3 people$85,320
4 people$103,000
5 people$120,680
6 people$138,260

Find out what financial assistance you may be able to get.

Financial assistance available through the Marketplace is not considered Public Charge. You can read more about Public Charge on the Oregon Health Authority's websitePublic Charge frequently asked questions and answers can be found on OHA's website.



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