WASHINGTON, D.C. - There's a rare bit of good news for people who buy their own health insurance: Your health insurer may owe you money. Thanks to a rule put in place with the passage of the Affordable Care Act, insurers must spend at least 80% of the premiums they collect each year to pay for medical claims or initiatives such as wellness programs that improve quality of care for people who buy their own health insurance. If your insurer spends less than that amount, it owes you a refund.
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