Average employer health plan deductibles by state

Morgan Haefner - Print  | 

Private employees in New Hampshire have the highest average family deductible for employer-sponsored health plans, according to data from the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Using data from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the foundation listed the average deductible for a single person and a family covered under employer-based plans for 2018.

Here's a state-by-state breakdown:

Alabama
Single: $1,569
Family: $2,924

Alaska
Single: $1,797
Family: $3,225

Arizona
Single: $2,166
Family: $3,926

Arkansas
Single: $1,501
Family: $3,144

California
Single: $1,680
Family: $3,231

Colorado
Single: $2,005
Family: $4,011

Connecticut
Single: $2,322
Family: $3,784

Delaware
Single: $1,710
Family: $3,285

District of Columbia
Single: $1,308
Family: $2,362

Florida
Single: $1,963
Family: $3,674

Georgia
Single: $1,917
Family: $3,661

Hawaii
Single: $1,308
Family: $3,240

Idaho
Single: $1,894
Family: $3,249

Illinois
Single: $1,752
Family: $3,324

Indiana
Single: $1,873
Family: $3,199

Iowa
Single: $2,130
Family: $3,657

Kansas
Single: $1,715
Family: $3,398

Kentucky
Single: $1,833
Family: $3,248

Louisiana
Single: $1,656
Family: $3,383

Maine
Single: $2,447
Family: $3,895

Maryland
Single: $1,511
Family: $2,943

Massachusetts
Single: $1,454
Family: $2,729

Michigan
Single: $1,732
Family: $3,062

Minnesota
Single: $2,045
Family: $4,033

Mississippi
Single: $1,695
Family: $3,707

Missouri
Single: $1,931
Family: $3,539

Montana
Single: $2,116
Family: $3,498

Nebraska
Single: $1,842
Family: $3,272

Nevada
Single: $2,001
Family: $3,710

New Hampshire
Single: $2,337
Family: $4,644

New Jersey
Single: $1,770
Family: $3,614

New Mexico
Single: $1,615
Family: $3,021

New York
Single: $1,554
Family: $2,888

North Carolina
Single: $2,070
Family: $3,752

North Dakota
Single: $1,742
Family: $3,574

Ohio
Single: $1,932
Family: $3,738

Oklahoma
Single: $1,683
Family: $3,201

Oregon
Single: $1,954
Family: $3,348

Pennsylvania
Single: $1,831
Family: $2,994

Rhode Island
Single: $1,849
Family: $3,795

South Carolina
Single: $1,721
Family: $3,124

South Dakota
Single: $2,241
Family: $4,002

Tennessee
Single: $2,235
Family: $3,879

Texas
Single: $1,982
Family: $3,547

Utah
Single: $1,451
Family: $3,164

Vermont
Single: $2,192
Family: $3,686

Virginia
Single: $1,886
Family: $3,043

Washington
Single: $1,706
Family: $3,139

West Virginia
Single: $1,885
Family: $2,923

Wisconsin
Single: $1,914
Family: $3,619

Wyoming
Single: $1,999
Family: $3,902

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