Monthly premiums for millions will be $100 or less after subsidies

09/17/2013 | USA Today

Health insurance premiums will cost $100 or less per month, after tax credits and subsidies, for about 6.4 million people eligible to enroll in a plan through a public marketplace, an HHS report says. About 12.4 million residents of states that expanded Medicaid eligibility will also be able to pay either no premium or less than $100 monthly for coverage, according to the report, which is based on census data.

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