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10 Best and Worst States for Health Insurance Costs

GOBankingRates Logo By Elyssa Kirkham of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 24: Health insurance costs are up for 2016. Monthly premiums for the most popular plans offered on Affordable Care Act state exchanges in 2016 are 10.1 percent higher on average than they were in 2015, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. The tax penalty for those without health insurance is also set to increase in 2016 from $325 per adult or 2 percent of household income to $695 or 2.5 percent of household income, reported the The New York Times.GOBankingRates conducted a study of popular health plans offered on ACA exchanges in each state and the District of Columbia to see which states' residents are paying less for health insurance and what they're getting for their money. Click through to see if your state is among the best or worst for health insurance costs.

10 Best and Worst States for Health Insurance Costs

Health insurance costs are up for 2016. Monthly premiums for the most popular plans offered on Affordable Care Act state exchanges in 2016 are 10.1 percent higher on average than they were in 2015, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. The tax penalty for those without health insurance is also set to increase in 2016 from $325 per adult or 2 percent of household income to $695 or 2.5 percent of household income, reported the The New York Times.

GOBankingRates conducted a study of popular health plans offered on ACA exchanges in each state and the District of Columbia to see which states' residents are paying less for health insurance and what they're getting for their money. Click through to see if your state is among the best or worst for health insurance costs.

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