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Direct Spending on Healthcare

A family of four with at least one member in worse health and a $100,000 income on individual market or exchange coverage spends $26,150 per year (26% of their income) on health. This includes $10,900

Direct Spending on Healthcare

A family of four with at least one member in worse health and a $50,000 income on individual market or exchange coverage spends $12,500 per year (25% of their income) on health. This includes $7,800

Direct Spending on Healthcare

The typical non-elderly single person in worse health with individual market or exchange coverage spends $8,200 per year (32% of their $26,025 income) on health. This includes $4,350 (17% of their income) in out-of-pocket …

Direct Spending on Healthcare

The typical non-elderly single person in better health with individual market or exchange coverage spends $4,900 per year (19% of their $26,025 income) on health. This includes $1,450 (6% of their income) in out-of-pocket …