What Americans Pay for Health Insurance Under the ACA

This infographic shows what 40-year-old Americans would pay for a second-lowest-cost silver exchange plan at three income levels. It is part of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation's Visualizing Health Policy series.

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