Job-based insurance annual premiums reach $20,000 record high

While premiums in the Affordable Care Act marketplaces appear to have leveled out after several years of sharp increases, the cost of employer-sponsored insurance has reached a record high.
Companies and their workers for the first time are shelling out more than $20,000 on average for family health benefits in 2019, with employees picking up more than a quarter of the cost, according to a national survey released Wednesday.

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