Question: How Much Does It Cost To Buy My Own Health Insurance?

The average cost of individual health insurance premiums is $440 for an individual and &1,168 for a family, in 2018 according to eHealth.

Keep in mind that these numbers are averages and only represent the average cost for monthly premiums.

How much is health insurance a month for a single person?

According to data gathered by eHealth, the average health insurance cost for single coverage premiums in 2018 is $440 per month. For family coverage, the cost for premiums in 2018 is $1,168 per month.

Can I buy my own health insurance?

Yes, you can buy your own health insurance and you don’t have to get coverage through your employer. Depending on where you work, you may have the option of getting employer-sponsored health insurance. This is called group coverage.

How much does government health insurance cost?

Eleven Years of Health Insurance Costs

Individual Plan Premiums Individual Plan Deductibles
2018 $440 $4,533
2017 $393 $4,328
2016 $321 $4,385
2015 $286 $4,120

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How much is Blue Cross Blue Shield per month?

Basic Option

Rate Plan Self (111) Self and family (112)
Non-postal bi-weekly $71.22 $173.59
Non-postal monthly 154.32 376.12
Postal bi-weekly (Category 1) 61.97 152.53
Postal bi-weekly (Category 2) 59.12 145.52