How can I find out if I can get lower costs on coverage?
You can use the Kaiser Family Foundation calculator to get a rough estimate of how much health insurance may cost you, based on your income and household size.
Use the calculator now: Visit the Kaiser Family Foundation website to use the health insurance costs and savings calculator.
Two more ways to see costs and savings
See plans and prices available in your area. Provide some basic information and you’ll see how much you’d pay for specific plans, based on your income and household size.
Use our Quick Check Chart to see if your income qualifies you for lower costs on coverage.
The Kaiser Family Foundation cost and savings calculator
The information below explains what the calculator can and can't tell you.
The calculator provides only an estimate. Your final premiums and costs may differ from the estimates, perhaps significantly, depending on the coverage you select and a given insurer’s pricing policies. You’ll learn your final costs for specific plans only when you fill out an application in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
The calculator accounts for some of the most important factors that affect Marketplace plan costs: where you live, family size and ages, and tobacco use. Individual plans weigh these factors differently to set final prices.
Prices are based on a plan in the Silver category. Plans in different categories will likely have higher or lower premiums.
Background on the Kaiser Family Foundation calculator
The calculator was created by the Kaiser Family Foundation, a non-profit research organization, for use by the general public. The Kaiser Family Foundation is solely responsible for the tool. The Kaiser Family Foundation has no connection with Kaiser Permanente or any health care provider.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services didn't participate in the creation of this calculator. CMS doesn't warrant or guarantee the accuracy of estimates provided by the calculator.