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Depending on how you get your health-care coverage, you may soon get a rebate from your insurer.
An estimated 8.2 million policyholders are expected to receive a piece of $1 billion in rebates by Sept. 30 from various insurers, according to an estimate from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
The refunds generally work out to an average of about $141 per participant in plans through the public marketplace, $155 for those in plans through a small employer and $78 for enrollees in large-group plans (excluding those at companies that self-insure).
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However, the rebate amount can vary widely, depending on your location and insurer.
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