The ARPA and IRA subsidies described on this page are specific to individual and family qualified health plans, which are not available to individuals who are enrolled in Medicare.
Yes, the premium tax credits may be coupled with other subsidies from the state and federal government to further lower premiums and reduce out-of-pocket costs.
Right now, approximately 5,500 Vermonters are currently enrolled in a family or individual plan directly through BCBSVT or MVP.
Are you one of these 5,500 Vermonters? If so, you could still save money in 2022 if you meet the eligibility requirements.
If you are eligible for the premium tax credit, you can choose to receive it in advance, which will reduce what you pay in premiums each month, or at the end of the year when you file taxes. You may also combine these options. More details are available on the Vermont Health Connect Advance Premium Tax Credit page.