What do I need to apply for Marketplace insurance?

You need some basic information to start the Open Enrollment process.

First, you need to provide information about your household, including household size (including anyone you claim on your tax return). For each of these people, you need some basic information like birth dates, home addresses, and social security numbers.

Additionally, you’ll need information about your best estimate for your 2020 income, how you file your taxes if you have a spouse, your sources of income, and policy numbers from any current health insurance plans.


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