Npret wrote:cavalier1138 wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Since no one else is atually biting, I will. V20.
Prices are single/single+1/family per month:
Cheapest plan is 310/655/990
HDHP is 360/757/1140
1700/3400/5100 deductible is 620/1250/1870
Zero deductible is 1020/2045/2990
Are those your actual payments or just the total price of the plan? Because no matter how bad the health plan is, $310 a month sounds way off (especially compared to the more reasonable/expected prices quoted elsewhere).
I paid ~$567 a month for two people on United Health Care including Delta Dental with a cap of a couple grand and EyeMed which gets you an eye exam and heavy discounts on 2 pairs of prescription glasses.
Be aware that the payment is out of your check so it doesn't line up with a monthly amount exactly.
Original anon. Those numbers are the employee's cost. Firm pays almost nothing toward premiums. Previous anon is correct that those numbers would be lower on your paycheck because of pretax dollars.