Below are the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines (FPL) used to determine cost assistance for 2019 and 2020 health coverage under ObamaCare.[1][2]

Please note that cost assistance for plans is based on the federal poverty levels from the previous year, so for example 2020 coverage is based on the 2019 poverty levels.

Also note the levels below show 100% of the poverty level, the Minimum to Qualify for ACA Assistance. The maximum 400%, and other important amounts can be found on our main Federal Poverty Level page.

48 CONTIGUOUS STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Persons in Family/Household 2019 Coverage 2020 Coverage
1 $12,140 $12,490
2 $16,460 $16,910
3 $20,780 $21,330
4 $25,100 $25,750
5 $29,420 $30,170
6 $33,740 $34,590
7 $38,060 $39,010
8 $42,380 $43,430
For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $4,320 for each additional person for 2019 coverage and $4,420 for 2020 coverage.

2019 Coverage: Alaska and Hawaii use different guidelines (see this link to guidelines as published on HHS.Gov 2018).

2020 Coverage: Alaska and Hawaii use different guidelines (see this link to guidelines as published on HHS.Gov for 2019).

Citations

  1. notice 2018-00814. Federalregister.gov.
  2. notice 2019-00621. Federalregister.gov.