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- Adjusted Monthly Premium ($)
- The total amount that the consumer is expected to pay per month, after tax subsidies have been applied.
- Percent of FPL
- This is a measure of income based on percentages at and above the Federal Poverty Level (i.e., 200% FPL means an income of 2x the Federal Poverty Level, which is $11,480 per year for individuals and varies for families based on family size). Get more information about the 2015 Poverty Guidelines , including a chart of the Federal Poverty Levels.
- Maximum Annual Premium ($)
- The total dollar amount that an individual or family is expected to pay annually in premiums, based on income.
- Premium Limit (%)
- The total percent of annual income an individual or family is expected to pay for healthcare premiums. It increases as income increases.
- Annual Income
- The amount of individual or household income per year.
- Monthly Subsidy ($)
- The total amount that will be paid by the federal government per month towards the payment of premiums.
- Average Base Premium ($)
- The average base price of the premium that must be paid to the insurance company each month, before subsidies. An average is shown because premiums can vary by location.