Short answer: it takes two minutes to find out here.

Longer answer: you are eligible if you meet certain income guidelines and have Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace health insurance.

Income under 400% of the Federal Poverty Level qualifies for subsidies. This level changes each year and is based on the number of people in your household. Keep in mind that nine in 10 Marketplace plans qualify for savings, so it’s well worth the two minutes to see how much you could save.

Catch currently serves Marketplace health plans in the following states:

  • Texas

  • Florida

  • Georgia

  • Tennessee

  • North Carolina

  • South Carolina

  • Alabama

  • Mississippi

  • Louisiana

  • Virginia

  • West Virginia

  • Delaware

  • New Hampshire

  • Ohio

  • Indiana

  • Michigan

  • Wisconsin

  • Illinois

  • Iowa

  • Missouri

  • Arkansas

  • Oklahoma

  • Kansas

  • Nebraska

  • South Dakota

  • North Dakota

  • Montana

  • Wyoming

  • Utah

  • Arizona

  • Oregon

  • Hawaii

  • Alaska

If you don’t have insurance, Catch won’t have a plan to connect to and slash your premium. However, you still have two options:

(1) Get health insurance during Open Enrollment, the roughly two-month period towards the end of the calendar year in which you can shop for and select the insurance plan that best fits your needs, or

(2) Get coverage through Special Enrollment, which allows you to enroll in health insurance anytime, if you have what’s called a “qualifying life event,” such as getting married, moving, or losing your coverage (full list of qualifying events in the link above). If you don’t qualify for Special Enrollment, then you’ll have to wait until Open Enrollment to get covered, when Catch can help you find the best plan as well as maximize your savings.

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