If you've gotten through to the Obamacare exchanges, you've seen possible rates.
And whether or not you can get a subsidy.
The San Francisco Chronicle has some advice on getting to the subsidy.
Let's find out how much this family will save.
Proctor estimates that her 2014 household income will be $64,000, about $2,000 over the limit. If she and her husband could reduce their income to $62,000, they could get a tax subsidy of $1,207 per month to offset the purchase of health care on Covered California.
That would reduce the price of a Kaiser Permanente bronze-level plan, similar to the replacement policy she was quoted, to $94 per month from $1,302 per month. Instead of paying more than $15,000 per year, the couple would pay about $1,100.
Guess who makes up the difference?