Can I be charged more because of my age?

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Yes, in most states you can, within limits. Federal rules allow insurers to charge older adults (e.g., in their sixties) up to three times the premium they would charge younger adults (e.g., in their early twenties). (45 C.F.R. § 147.102; 82 Fed. Reg. 18346, April 18, 2017).

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