Health insurance for retirement .

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  • #33241
    Roger-lila
    Participant

    I don’t want this to become political but was wanting suggestions on how others are handling health insurance. Northeastern Colorado seems to be one of the most expensive in the U.S. I have double coverage but the wife needs coverage separate frlm mine. Any help appreciated, Thanks

    #33398
    Lynn and Clara
    Participant

    If she is old enough for Medicare, standard Medicare and a Medigap policy was the best coverage and most economical I could find.

    #33439
    rvplus2
    Member

    Hi there, We do not have insurance as the rates were too high for us. We have been with Liberty Health Share (https://www.libertyhealthshare.org/) for over a year. It’s where all members share the cost of medical expenses. Our monthly payment is $299. Our deductible is $1000 and the rest is covered 100% after it is met. It’s worked out great for some unexpected medical costs this year. We aren’t old enough for Medicare so this is the way we chose to go.

    All the best!

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