Tell us about life changes within 30 days. Life events that can affect your health insurance coverage include:
- Getting married or divorced
- Having a baby or adopting a child
- Moving to a different ZIP code or county
- Changes in your income
- If your yearly income estimate goes down or your household size gets bigger, you could qualify for more savings than you’re getting now. This could lower what you pay in monthly premiums.
- If your yearly income estimate goes up or your household size goes down, you may qualify for less savings than you’re getting now.
- If you don’t report the change, you could have to repay tax credits when you file your federal tax return.
Update your account online, with a broker or assister, or over the phone:
Report changes online
Talk to a broker or assister
Call our Customer Service Center at 855-752-6749
We can help you update your account.
Has your situation changed?
If you are eligible to enroll in other health coverage, like Health First Colorado, (Colorado’s Medicaid program), Medicare or job-based health insurance, log in to your account to make updates. Update your account to see what you qualify for.
More savings available to Coloradans than ever before
Update your account to access these savings
The sooner you update your account, the sooner your additional savings will be applied to your health insurance plan. Start receiving the new, additional tax credit savings on the first of the month after you submit an updated information.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. You won’t start receiving the new monthly savings until you’ve confirmed or updated the information in your account. However, if you do not update your account this year, you will collect any premium tax credit due to you when you file your 2021 federal income taxes.
I have a health plan through the Connect for Health Colorado, but I never applied for financial help/I didn’t qualify for financial help. How do I apply for financial help now?
Log in to your account and update your information so that we can evaluate your situation for financial help. Applying for financial help means you’ll enter updated information about your household, including household income and income sources. If you are not eligible for affordable health coverage, like that from a job, your spouse’s job or from Health First Colorado (Medicaid), you can likely get financial help!
It’s important to know that all health and dental insurance plans through Connect for Health Colorado include free preventive services (called essential health benefits) and coverage for preexisting conditions.
Dental and vision insurance
Protecting your eyes and teeth are important parts of overall health. Like medical plans, dental and vision plans help you pay for services and preventive care. Customers must experience a Qualifying Life Change Event to enroll in a dental plan outside of the Open Enrollment Period, which runs Nov. 1 through Jan. 15.
Health Reimbursement Account
Have you received contributions from your employer in a Health Reimbursement Account? Call our Service Center to determine how these funds interact with your marketplace plan – 855-752-6749