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2016 Federal Poverty Level

Every year, the perimeters of the [hnd word=”Federal Poverty Level”] (FPL) increase based on the cost of living. Families need to understand where they fall on the FPL so they know whether they are eligible for Medicaid in their state or whether they are eligible for a federal [hnd word=”Subsidy”] because they earn between 100 and 400 percent of the FPL, or whether they are eligible for a tax credit because they purchased a Silver plan and earn less than 250 percent of the FPL. If you have questions about where you fall within this chart, feel free to contact us at 1-800-920-4994. Remain on the line until you are connected to a licensed professional who legally can discuss with you, where you fall within this chart, and what your options are.

Updated 11/01/2016: You Can Use Information In The Charts Below Or You Can Simply Enter Your Household Information To Get Rates And Subsidy Information For Your Area – Your Contact Information Is Confidential

The following rates are updated for the 2016 calendar year. The 2016 Open Enrollment Period begins on November 1st and closes on January 31, 2016.

Family Size100%133%138%250%400%

Looking for the 2017 Federal Poverty Level Chart? Please see our updated information for the 2017 Federal Poverty Level Chart.