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Who is eligible for the ACA tax credit for insurance premiums?

Joane Goodroe
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Individuals are eligible for the premium tax credits if

(1) they are not eligible for employer-provided coverage or for a public health insurance program; 

(2) they are US citizens or lawful residents of the United States; 

(3) they are not incarcerated; and

(4) their modified adjusted gross income is 100-400 percent of poverty (about $11,500-$46,000 for an individual and $23,000-$94,000 for a family of four in 2013

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