2015 Federal Poverty Level Guidelines

You can qualify for a lower monthly premium from subsidies upheld by the supreme court or out-of-pocket costs for services in the Health Insurance Marketplace if your total household income is between 138 and 400 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL).

The Supreme Court has confirmed that if you qualify, you can still get help to lower costs of your health care no matter where you live. This means you will continue to be eligible for subsidies or Advanced Premium Tax Credits (APTC). Find out more here.

The chart below shows the household incomes that can qualify for a lower monthly premium. The number of people that live in your household combined with your yearly income determines your FPL.
 
 
Household Size

 
 138%  150%  200% 250%  300% 400%

1
 
$16,242 $17,655 $23,540 $29,423 $35,310 $47,080

2
 
$21,983  $23,985 $31,860   $39,825 $47,790 $63,720

3
 
$27,724  $30,135 $40,180   $50,225 $60,270 $80,360
 
4
 
$33,465  $36,375 $48,500   $60,625 $72,750 $97,000

5
 
$39,205  $42,615 $56,820   $71,025 $85,230 $113,640
 
6
 
$44,946  $48,855 $65,140   $81,425 $97,710 $130,280
 
7
 
$50,687  $55,095 $73,460   $91,825 $110,190 $146,920

8
 
$56,428  $61,335 $81,780   $102,225 $122,670 $163,560

*These guidelines apply to the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia.