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10 Best and Worst States for Health Insurance Costs

GOBankingRates Logo By Elyssa Kirkham of GOBankingRates | Slide 2 of 24: To find the states with the highest costs, GOBankingRates compared the lowest-cost plan at the ACA's silver tier in each state. Comparing monthly premiums, deductibles and copays based on a single, 40-year-old, non-smoking male with an annual income of $40,000, the study highlighted the 10 states with the highest health insurance costs.If you live in one of these states, you should expect to pay more each month for your insurance, with all premiums totaling at least $3,336 annually. Unfortunately, you'll also be paying more for each doctor or emergency room visit, as the worst plans charge higher co-insurance rates and copays. Starting with the 10th-worst to the No. 1 worst state for health insurance costs, these are the states where residents pay more for coverage.Related: 401k to Healthcare: How to Save Money This Open Enrollment

The 10 States With the Highest Health Insurance Costs

To find the states with the highest costs, GOBankingRates compared the lowest-cost plan at the ACA's silver tier in each state. Comparing monthly premiums, deductibles and copays based on a single, 40-year-old, non-smoking male with an annual income of $40,000, the study highlighted the 10 states with the highest health insurance costs.

If you live in one of these states, you should expect to pay more each month for your insurance, with all premiums totaling at least $3,336 annually. Unfortunately, you'll also be paying more for each doctor or emergency room visit, as the worst plans charge higher co-insurance rates and copays. Starting with the 10th-worst to the No. 1 worst state for health insurance costs, these are the states where residents pay more for coverage.

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