Enroll in a Health Insurance Plan Before January 31 Deadline
2017 Healthcare Insurance MEGA Enrollfest
Saturday January 28,2017 10am-4pm
January 29,2017 11am-4pm
Hampton Roads Convention Center, Hampton Virginia
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2017 Health Care Insurance Enrollment Kick Off
We strongly recommend you update your expected income and household information for 2016 – and check out new insurance plans and prices. You need to update your income and household information even if you want to keep your current health care plan. It’s the only way to be sure your premium tax credit for 2016 is accurate. You can take action as soon as November 1, 2015.
FYI: Plans and prices for 2016 will be available by late October.
If you don’t act by December 15, you’ll probably be automatically re-enrolled for January 1 – but your premium tax credit will be based on last year’s information or on information the Marketplace has from other sources. You might be automatically enrolled with no tax credit. What to know about automatic re-enrollment.
Plans and prices change every year. You may find a new health care plan that’s more affordable or works better for you, especially if your expected 2016 income or household will change.
If you don’t update your information for 2016, you might wind up with an outdated premium tax credit – or even a plan you’re not eligible for. That’s why it’s so important to update your Marketplace application with any income and household changes you expect for 2016 – even if you want to keep your current health plan.
Remember: Premium tax credits and other savings are based on the income and household information you expect for 2016, not last year’s information.
If you don’t update, you could pay more each month than you need to, or take a higher advance payment of the premium tax credit than you qualify for. If that happens, you’ll have to pay back some or all of it when you file your federal taxes.