Which plan do you want?
These are the standard plans. They have the same benefits regardless of which insurer. In general, bronze plans have the lowest premiums but the highest costs for getting care. Gold and platinum plans have the highest premiums, but lower costs when you get care. (See more details.). Each insurer will also offer other options that aren’t included here.

Which county do you live in?

How old are you?


Your final cost
Wondering what it will cost to buy insurance next year? Here’s a peek, based on the cost of standard plans sold through Access Health CT, the state’s health insurance exchange.

A couple things to keep in mind: Depending on your income, you might qualify for a discount (check here), or for Medicaid (check here).

The price of your premium will be based on three things: Your age, location and the plan you pick. As you go through this calculator, you’ll see the factors used in the calculations at the bottom.

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Arielle Levin Becker covered health care for The Connecticut Mirror. She previously worked for The Hartford Courant, most recently as its health reporter, and has also covered small towns, courts and education in Connecticut and New Jersey. She was a finalist in 2009 for the prestigious Livingston Award for Young Journalists, a recipient of a Knight Science Journalism Fellowship and the third-place winner in 2013 for an in-depth piece on caregivers from the National Association of Health Journalists. She is a 2004 graduate of Yale University.

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