The special open enrollment period runs through Aug. 15. Plans cost an average of $152 per month for people receiving tax credits, and $394 per month for those who don’t, though any household’s costs will depend on where they live, family size, age and whether anyone smokes. About 69% of customers received a tax credit, though the amount varied based on income.
Source About 17% of people who signed up by the January deadline were new customers. That increase could be partly due to people losing jobs with health insurance, or deciding that staying uninsured was riskier during a pandemic.
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