Re-posted on 3/27/19

Everyone has a “federal poverty level” (FPL), even wealthy people.  They just have a higher FPL.  People that have a “household” income that falls between 138% up to 400% of the FPL (Federal Poverty Level), can get assistance with paying for their health insurance premiums called an Advanced Premium Tax CreditIf you make less than 138% of the FPL, in Nevada you qualify for Medicaid which is Free.

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The less money you make the more financial help you will get, the more money you make, the less financial assistance you get.  If you make over 400% of the FPL, you won’t qualify for any financial assistance (AKA – subsidy).  You can buy your “qualified health plan” (see definition) insurance anywhere you want, but if you want a “subsidy” your income must be between 138% – 400% FPL. 

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