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How much does Obamacare cost in NY?

New York residents can expect to pay an average of $484 per person* for a major medical individual health insurance plan.

How much is the monthly premium for Obamacare?

The average monthly premium for 2018 benchmark Obamacare plans is $411 before subsidies, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

How much is Obamacare for 2021?

Average Marketplace Premiums in 2021 By Metal Tier

State Average Lowest Cost Bronze Plan Average Lowest Cost Gold Plan
California $323 $444
Colorado $273 $383
Connecticut $368 $489
Delaware $400 $517

Is Obamacare premiums based on income?

Yes. Marketplace savings are based on total household income, not the income of only household members who need insurance. When you apply you can state which household members need coverage.

What is the minimum income to qualify for ObamaCare?

Income Limits for ACA Premium Subsidies 3

Household Size Minimum Income – 100% Federal Poverty Level Maximum Income – 400% Federal Poverty Level
One individual $12,880 $51,520
Family of 2 $17,420 $69,680
Family of 3 $21,960 $87,840
Family of 4 $26,500 $106,000

What is the cheapest Obamacare plan?

For individuals who are eligible, the cheapest health insurance option is Medicaid. In order to be eligible in the federal insurance program, your household income must be less than either 133% or 138% of the federal poverty level (FPL).

How much is Obamacare for single person?

The average national monthly non-subsidized health insurance premium for one person on a benchmark plan (i.e., “Silver” plan) is $462 per month, or $199 with a subsidy. Monthly premiums for ACA Marketplace plans vary by state and can be reduced by subsidies.