- Asked by jadamczewski
Yes this is possible, but I don't know how these rules vary from state to state.
I visited my State's exchange website at https://www.coveredca.com/ . In a few minutes I was able to find an individual plan for someone my age, at a hypothetical $60,000 per year, with no dependents, for $260 a month. A plan for a single person with one child is $129 more.
The plan is called "Basic EPO for HSA" and is offered through Blue Shield. Here is the cost break down:
- Adult #1 (age 40):$260You pay:$260
I tried again and I said that I have one child, I get the following cost breakdown:
Adult #1 (age 40):
Dependent #1 (age 0-18):
Total dependent (age 0-18) cost:
In a basic sense you are paying for the other guy gal. Its unfortunately not fair but true.
No one said healthcare would be free. Just enabling it to be more affordable for someone like me. 27, single, making under 25,000 a year. Instead of paying 300 or more a month I am only paying 100. Something I can budget in. I am sorry those privileged enough to make more than ends meet to live is upset you aren't seeing how this helps us that scrape by, sorry someone pissed in your cereal of fox news crunchy bull poop, but go jump off a bridge.
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