Re: Life's Too Short To Just Work It Away
Those of you that retired early , what do you do for Insurance , I have to be covered until I turn 65 , Im 57 now . I plan to draw my Late Wife's Social Security at age 60 and put it away and draw my own at 70 . I plan to work as long as Im physically able , whatever age that is to have insurance .
I drew on my wife’s SS until I turned 70 and started drawing mine.
Since she has Teachers Retirement, she could not draw on the title she had built up before her teaching career.
I got $109 a month.
Be warned if you continue to work after retirement age if you want Medicare. Depending on your income, plan B and C have a substantial modifier that increases your cost.
As an example, if I chose to enroll in plan B or C, I would have to pay an additional $325 a month.
I just stay in plan A and rely on my regular Health Insurance through my business.
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