HHS: Florida consumers have 102 plans in Health Insurance Marketplace

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Florida consumers have significant choice and lower than expected premiums in the new Health Insurance Marketplace

  • In Fort Lauderdale, FL, a 27-year old who makes $25,000 per year will pay $74 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan and $145 per month for the second lowest cost silver plan, taking into account tax credits. A family of four with an income of $50,000 per year will pay $24 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan, taking into account tax credits.
  • In Jacksonville, FL, a 27-year old who makes $25,000 per year will pay $72 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan and $145 per month for the second lowest cost silver plan, taking into account tax credits. A family of four with an income of $50,000 per year will pay $19 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan, taking into account tax credits.
  • In Tampa, FL, a 27-year old who makes $25,000 per year will pay $113 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan and $145 per month for the second lowest cost silver plan, taking into account tax credits. A family of four with an income of $50,000 per year will pay $165 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan, taking into account tax credits.
  • In Miami, FL, a 27-year old who makes $25,000 per year will pay $87 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan and $145 per month for the second lowest cost silver plan, taking into account tax credits. A family of four with an income of $50,000 per year will pay $72 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan, taking into account tax credits.
  • In Orlando, FL, a 27-year old who makes $25,000 per year will pay $102 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan and $145 per month for the second lowest cost silver plan, taking into account tax credits. A family of four with an income of $50,000 per year will pay $126 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan, taking into account tax credits.
  • In St. Petersburg, FL, a 27-year old who makes $25,000 per year will pay $102 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan and $145 per month for the second lowest cost silver plan, taking into account tax credits. A family of four with an income of $50,000 per year will pay $127 per month for the lowest cost bronze plan, taking into account tax credits.

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Florida, Health Exchanges, Health IT, Kathleen Sebelius, States, Tech News
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