Which auto insurance companies offer the best deal?
The most expensive insurance companies in the United States are doing the best to compete with one another for customers, according to a survey.
The survey from research firm Insure.com finds that the biggest insurers in the country have the most to gain from offering a lower premium.
The top three insurance companies, Blue Cross Blue Shield of New York and Aetna, had the most revenue in 2018.
The other three were the smallest and had the lowest average annual revenue.
The top five companies in terms of average annual sales were Allstate, UnitedHealth and Cigna.
Blue Cross Blue’s average annual premium in 2018 was $7,095.
That was $2,908 higher than the average for its three largest competitors.
UnitedHealth Blue Cross, meanwhile, had a average annual average premium of $7.99 per person, up $0.23 from 2018.
The other two largest insurance companies had average annual growth of 5.3% in 2018, while the smallest company, Humana, had average average annual annual growth rate of 1.4%.
Insure found that Humana’s average yearly growth rate is 8.3%.
The next most expensive company, Aetan’s, was at the bottom of the rankings.
Its average annual rate was $3,566, up 4.6% from 2018, and its average annual price was $10,636.
That’s a big drop from the $11,039 average price for the top five insurance companies last year.
The company’s average rate of 6.6%, or $2.40 per person per year, is the lowest in the survey.
It’s also the second-lowest of the five insurers in terms, with an average price of $10.71 per person.
Humana is the largest company in the index at $11.60 per person or $24.60 more than Aeta, which had the second lowest average price in 2018 of $9.99.
Insure says its study is an indication of what consumers would pay for insurance in 2018 and beyond.
It doesn’t include subsidies or discounts, so a lot of those numbers may not be accurate, according the company.