Surprising enough to me in this article, Michigan consumers are set to receive 13.9 million in rebates from health insures from the state.
That is correct, over 114,000 consumers in Michigan will receive rebates based on certain health insurance carriers that they have. This is based on carriers spending more on admin costs, then what was allowed by the initial stages of the health care bill.
So how much? According to numbers around a rebate of $214 by 8/1/12. Again, this changes based on if you bought individual health insurance, or covered by group coverage. If covered by group, your rebate could possibly be a little higher.
Keep in mind if you have BCBSM, you will not be eligible for a rebate based on the DFP article. Most of the carriers who will be sending rebates are out of state carriers.