Connect for Health Colorado managers expect income verification problems to affect about 20 percent of 2017 open enrollment period applicants. (Image: Screenshot)

Typical Colorado residents who qualify for Affordable Care Act premium subsidies may pay an average of 11 percent less for exchange plan coverage in 2017 than they are paying this year.

Agree Bly, an actuary at Tampa, Florida-based Wakely Consulting Group, made that prediction in a report included in a recent Connect for Health Colorado board meeting packet.

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