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My boyfriend and I live together but are unmarried. Do we count as a household of one or two?

Partners who are unmarried are considered separate households when determining eligibility for premium subsidies (also called premium tax credits), cost-sharing reductions, and Medicaid. Income will be counted separately for each of you, and you will each receive separate determinations regarding your eligibility for subsidies. In some areas, you may be able to purchase a plan that will cover both of you even if you are considered separate households, though such plans are not available everywhere.

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