Alaska

Obamacare 2018 Rates

Obamacare 2018 Rates and Health Insurance Providers for Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan Borough,Craig,AK


Sorry, this page is not available for Alaska zip codes at this time.

Sorry, at this time, the RATES page is only available in states who use the Federal Marketplace website HelathCare.gov. Data for State run exchanges will be added as it becomes available.

You can use the rates page for any of the following states.

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Ways to Save Money on Obamacare

Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Alaska, you may be able to reduce your health insurance through tax credits or, if your income is very low, by qualifying for Medicaid.

Many people who apply for coverage at the Alaska exchange will be eligible for some form of financial assistance. Read on to learn more about your options.

Who Qualifies for Obamacare Tax Credits?

Obamacare tax credits can immediately bring down your monthly health insurance premiums; you don't have to wait until tax time to claim them. Using these tax credits, many lower-income Americans are able to sign up for free or very low-cost health insurance plans, while others achieve significant savings on monthly premiums.

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What Happens If I Missed the Alaska Obamacare Enrollment Deadline for 2018?

For 2018, in most states, open enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act ended on December 15. That means it’s too late for most people to use a health insurance exchange to get coverage for 2018.

If you let the ACA deadline pass you by this year, here are some things to know.

You Can Still Enroll If You Qualify for a “Special Enrollment” Period

Certain life events make you eligible to sign up for health insurance outside of open enrolllment. The circumstances under which you may qualify for special enrollment include:

  • moving to a new state
  • having a baby or adopting a child
  • getting married or divorced
  • leaving a job and losing your insurance
  • losing coverage under your parents’ plan
  • losing coverage because someone on your plan has died
  • losing other types of health insurance
  • gaining status as a member of an Indian tribe
  • becoming an American citizen, or
  • getting out of prison.

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