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Can I Purchase Individual Health Insurance?

Can I Purchase Individual Health Insurance?

Yes, you can purchase individual health insurance if you are not covered by an employer-sponsored plan, or if you are too old to be on your parent’s plan.

You can start your search at, though you may end up finding the best plan on your state’s exchange (if your state has a health insurance exchange. Financial aid is also available for health plans if you are below a certain income threshold.

Otherwise, you can expect to pay at least $200 for an individual plan that offers basic coverage with a high deductible. Plans with low deductibles, high levels of coverage, and dental and vision additions could cost $1,000+ per month.

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