PISCATAWAY, NJ - A new report detailing affordability and plan choice in the Health Insurance Marketplace claims that with applicable tax credits, more than seven in 10 current Marketplace enrollees could find plans for $75 a month in premiums or less, and almost eight in 10 could find plans for $100 a month in premiums or less.
“Open Enrollment starts Sunday, and new and returning customers will find quality health coverage at prices that fit their budgets,” Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell said. “Nearly eight in 10 marketplace-eligible uninsured consumers can qualify for tax credits to help make premiums more affordable, and more than seven in 10 returning enrollees could find plans for $75 or less in premiums per month after tax credits.”
Today, consumers can preview the 2016 plans and prices available in your area. According to healthcare.gov, it’s easy for you to compare available 2016 plans. You only need to answer a few simple questions to preview plans in your area and see what savings may be available to you for next year. You don’t need to log in – just use this link. Open Enrollment starts Nov. q to actually enroll in a 2016 plan.