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Healthcare.gov premiums have bigger increase for 2016
USA Today

About 70% of those who return to the federal insurance exchange when open enrollment starts Nov. 1 will pay less than $75 a month after they receive tax credits, a government analysis released Monday shows.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services also reported that for this third open enrollment about 80% of consumers shopping again on Healthcare.gov will be able to pay less than $100 a month after tax credits.

Healthcare.gov covers the 38 states that don’t have their own exchanges selling individual policies for next year.

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