An estimated 25.7 million Americans, based on projections from the Lewin Group, will be eligible for premium tax credits to aid in purchasing health insurance in 2014, according to a new report from advocacy organization Families USA.

Insurance will be available via health insurances exchanges, also called marketplaces, being established in each state and six territories. “Though these new state marketplaces may look different, all of them will help individuals and families find coverage that meets their specific needs,” the report notes. “The tax credits will help people who are looking for coverage in their state’s marketplace better afford such coverage.”

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