ACA Health Insurance


Health Insurance Options for People Under 65

The majority of individuals and families have health insurance through their employers. You’re likely best off with your employer’s group plan than any other option available to you. Group coverage is easier and much less expensive to get than private insurance. Plus, your employer may pay most or all of the cost for you, and you can’t be denied coverage. However, if you change jobs, get laid off, or are fired, you can lose your group health insurance. If you find yourself without employer-sponsored health insurance or Cobra, the following options may be available to you:

Prescription Plans:

Individual health insurance: Perhaps your employer doesn’t offer health insurance, or you’re self-employed, a student, or retired before age 65. If you’re relatively healthy, you should purchase an individual health insurance policy.  You can buy a policy on the marketplace or off the marketplace. 

Under 65 Health Insurance - Affordable Care Act (ACA):

The comprehensive health care reform law enacted in March 2010 sometimes known as ACA, PPACA, or “Obamacare”.

Get Covered New Jersey is the state’s official health insurance marketplace where individuals and families can easily shop for and buy coverage. It is the only place you can apply for financial help to lower the cost of your monthly insurance premiums and out-of-pocket costs. 

Get Covered New Jersey offers financial help to qualifying residents to help lower their monthly premiums and out-of-pocket expenses. In New Jersey, a family of four earning up to about $104,800 a year and an individual earning up to about $51,040 a year may qualify for financial help to lower their coverage costs.  You can learn if you might qualify for free or low-cost health insurance through NJ FamilyCare, New Jersey’s publicly funded health insurance program.

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