A family of four in West Palm Beach, earning $50,000 a year, could pay as little as $18 a month for health insurance under Obamacare, come January, once their tax credit is added.
The Department of Health and Human Services released the first glimpse into insurance costs by community today, days before Americans will be able to sign up for plans under the controversial law.
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Rates for plans sold in Palm Beach County are particularly competitive.
For a family of four earning $50,000
$797/month second lowest silver plan before tax credit
$282/ month second lowest silver plan after tax credit
$18/month lowest price bronze plan after tax credit
$220/month second lowest silver plan before tax credit
$145/month second lowest silver plan after tax credit
$72/month lowest price bronze plan after tax credit
The Affordable Care Act and you
For a user’s guide to the health care law for Palm Beach County residents: www.palmbeachpost.com/acaguide
Washington correspondant Laura Green and health reporter Stacey Singer will answer your questions about the Affordable Care Act. Noon Monday at pbpost.com