87% of Marketplace applicants saved more than $250 per month (on average) on their health insurance.1 See how much you could save today.
If your priority is keeping monthly payments as low as possible and you don't expect to use many medical services, a Bronze Plan may be right for you.
With kids, you know you’ll have expenses. But you’re pretty healthy for the most part and would like to balance monthly payments with out-of-pocket costs. A Silver Plan may be right for you.
You think you’ll be using more medical services and you don’t mind paying a bit more each month to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses through the year. A Gold Plan might be right for you.
You believe you’re going to use more health services this year and you're willing to pay a higher monthly premium to keep out-of-pocket medical expenses as low as possible throughout the year. A Platinum Plan might be right for you.
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1Projected savings based on qualification for a federal tax credit subject to verification upon filing an individual's federal tax return. See Premium Affordability, Competition and Choice in the Health Insurance Marketplace, 2014, June 18, 2014, Department of HHS. Actual savings may vary.
2 Q3 2014 UnitedHealth Group Supplement Earnings Release Schedule, October 16, 2014
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