As many as 2 million Californians could qualify for health care subsidies -- and you don't have to be at poverty level to get a discount.

People who make anywhere from 100 percent to 400 percent of the Federal Poverty Level could get tax credits, significantly reducing the amount they'll pay for healthcare under the Affordable Care Act.

For a family of four, that means making anywhere from $23,000 to $94,000 will get you some level of credit when you buy healthcare through insurance exchanges.

The Kaiser Family Foundation says only Texas leads California in the highest number of people who qualify for subsidies.

By the way, tax credits are not available for undocumented immigrants or people serving time.