Average Costs of Personal Health Insurance?

Answer The average cost of personal health insurance is $158 per month, according to a 2008 eHealth, Inc. survey, with an average deductible of $1,972. The survey found that women paid 18% more for their ... Read More »

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How to Compare Health Insurance Costs?

In today's costly health insurance marketplace, it is more important than ever to get the maximum bang for your insurance buck. Yet, buying the cheapest available policy--if, God forbid, you should... Read More »

Can I deduct health insurance costs on taxes?

Unreimbursed health insurance costs count as a medical expense for tax purposes. If your total medical expenses exceed 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income, you can deduct the excess if your i... Read More »

What percent of health insurance is administrative costs?

Private, employer-sponsored health insurance companies administrative costs are reported to be 14 to 22 percent, depending on the company. Medicare's administrative costs tend to be about 3 percent... Read More »

What percentage of health care costs go to insurance companies?

According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, private insurance costs made up 3.9 percent of health care costs in 2008 and 3.6 percent in 2009. If you remove costs for nursing homes,... Read More »