Minnesotans who need health insurance can now shop and compare medical and dental plans for 2023 through MNsure, the state’s health care exchange. MNsure CEO Nate Clark says there will be larger tax credits for those who qualify. He says these tax credits go toward your monthly premium:
“More than 70,000 of our enrollees are currently receiving tax credits for this current calendar year and we estimate that at least that many folks are going to be able to take advantage of savings next year as well.”
Clark estimates Minnesota families will save an average of $560/month ($6,700/year).