You no longer have to deal with the glitches to take a look at the Affordable Care Act plans being offered in Idaho. That's because Your Health Idaho has published a new plan and rate booklet where you can see information and estimated premiums.
Just follow this link
to download the booklet.
Keep in mind, the prices displayed in this book are just estimates and do not reflect the lower costs that an individual or family may qualify for on the marketplace based on their household size and income.
"We have heard from Idahoans that they are interested in browsing plan information without having to fill
out an application," said Amy Dowd, executive director Your Health Idaho. "When using the plan information booklet it is important to remember that the rates you will see are full rates, before any Advanced Premium Tax Credit is applied, and that many Idahoans will pay significantly less for these plans based on their income and family size. I encourage Idahoans to contact a Your Health Idaho Consumer Connector, including agents, brokers and In-Person Assisters who can help you understand what your families' costs will be."
Individuals who earn between $11,490 and $45,000 a year and a family of four that earns between $23,550 and $94,000 may qualify for some level of cost savings when buying a plan sold on Your Health Idaho. Individuals and families will be able to see the exact amount of cost savings they may qualify for when they complete the application for insurance through Your Health Idaho.