July 6, 2013
Oct. 1 to Dec. 15. Remember those dates. That is when you can go to www.nevadahealthlink.com to enroll in health insurance for 2014 and, if you meet the requirements, get the new health insurance tax credit to assist you in purchasing health insurance. How much credit could you get? Let’s go through an example: Family of four that lives in the Reno area that earns annual income of $47,100. Its Advance Premium Tax Credit (APTC) would amount to $752.72 a month, or $9,032.64 a year. That family’s out-of-pocket cost for health insurance after the credit? It’s $247.28 a month, or $2,967.36 a year.