Question by Plain Jim: Is 0 a month for a catastrophic HSA health insurance a good price?
I live in Indiana and I was quoted by Blue-Cross (Anthem) for $ 350 a month for a $ 10,000 deductible catastrophic health insurance.
I’m a 55 years old single non-smoker, non-obese, male who takes a blood pressure medicine and a cholesterol medicine only.
I already have $ 18,000 in previously established HSA.
Is that high or pretty good?
Answer by Go with the flow
Could you compare it with Cigna or Aetna (if allowed in your state?).
Go on with your bad self and retire. Enjoy.
Make sure you can afford the $ 4,200 a year in premiums.
That’s 30 grand over 7 years.
And.. that the $ 10,000 deductible is always in savings/HSA.
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