Yes, but it’s important to know that you will have to pay full price for a plan. That means you will not qualify for a subsidy.
However, if your employer sponsored health insurance is considered “unaffordable”, you may qualify.
Here’s how to determine if it’s unaffordable:
- Look at the plans offered to you by your employer
- Find the plan with the lowest monthly premium
- Calculate your total monthly household income, before taxes
- Multiple that number by 9.69%
- If the premium is above the amount you calculated, it is considered unaffordable