In 2018, the cost of health insurance premiums rose more than 5% to $1,923 a month for a household with a single person.
That’s an increase of 2.5% compared to 2017.
But the real cost of insurance was even higher, with average premiums rising 15% to more than $2,100.
If you’re in a high-deductible plan, it can be even more expensive, at a rate of more than 4% a month.
But there are a few things to keep in mind.
If your health is in a state that’s expanding coverage or has a plan that offers lower deductibles, you might be able to save a bit by choosing a more affordable plan, or buying individual policies from companies with low deductibles.
For example, if your plan has a $1 million deductible, you could save $2 a month by purchasing individual policies.
But it’s also possible to choose a more expensive plan, such as a $5,000 plan with a deductible of $5.50.
If it’s an older, single-person plan, you’ll be more likely to have to choose between paying the deductible and covering your out-of-pocket costs.
And remember, the deductibles on your policies aren’t the only thing that you’ll have to pay.
The insurance company will also have to cover all your medical expenses.
So, if you’re a high income person, you may be able use a low-deduction policy that doesn’t have a deductible.
But if you have health issues that make it difficult to afford your own insurance, it may be cheaper to buy individual policies that have a lower deductible, such a $200 plan with no deductible.