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How To Retire Early Without Losing Your Health Coverage

Almost every day, we talk to people who are at least considering retiring before their 65th birthday. 65 is, of course, the age at which you become eligible for Medicare. For many early retirees, their biggest concern is how to hang on to their health insurance until age 65 when they can sign up for Medicare. Here’s […]

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Getting Health Insurance Through Your Job? Typical Family Coverage Now Costs $20k

You know it’s expensive. But just how much does your health insurance actually cost in 2019? The cost of family coverage for the typical employer health plan just passed the $20,000 mark ($20,576 to be exact), according to the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation. Your employer, on average, is picking up 71% of the cost. That’s […]

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Why Small Business Cares So Much More About Health Insurance

Here’s a simple explanation for why small business owners in America care so much about the health care debate. Even before the Affordable Care Act, most large employers offered health insurance to their employees. The Kaiser Family Foundation says nearly 96 percent of large companies in the U.S. were already offering coverage to employees, even […]

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How To Make Decisions On Your Health Care Plan For 2017

If you’re reading the paper or following the news on your favorite website, you know that health care coverage is totally up in the year next year, as incoming President Donald Trump and the Republican Congress have repeatedly vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), often known as Obamacare. So what should you be doing right […]

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