Verrry interestink, as Arte Johnson might say. For grins, I entered my annual income, a state, and my age when I was required to retire early due to receiving SSI for a year.
Herewith the result, sorry 'bout the formatting:
If your state does not expand Medicaid
You will not be eligible for subsidies in the exchanges because your income is below 100% of the federal poverty level.
The information below is about unsubsidized exchange coverage. Note that depending on your state's eligibility requirements, you may still be eligible for coverage through Medicaid.
Household income in 2014:
78% of poverty level
Unsubsidized annual health insurance premium in 2014:
Maximum % of income you have to pay for the non-tobacco premium, if eligible for a subsidy:
Amount you pay for the premium:
$8,265 per year
(which equals 91.84% of your household income and covers 100% of the overall premium)
You could receive a government tax credit subsidy of up to:
(which covers 0% of the overall premium)