Pie chart with dollar imageAccording to the report, individuals without subsidies have seenaverage monthly premium costs rise 68% between 2014, the year ofthe ACA's first nationwide open enrollment period, and 2020.(Image: Shutterstock)

The average family of four could face more than $25,000 annuallyin premium and deductible costs, according to a new report onAffordable Care Act health care costs for unsubsidized consumers,according to a new report by health insurance marketplace operatoreHealth, Inc.

The average family of four has an average monthly premium of$1437 per month, or $17,244 annually and an average deductible of$7,767.

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