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Old 08-09-19, 08:43 AM
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Originally Posted by datlas View Post
I would not walk away from that until 65/Medicare if I were you.

We have crappy insurance, 5K per person deductible, and I pay $30,000/year for it. That's family coverage so includes me, mrs datlas, and the two kids. The only "benefit" I have is that since it's through work I pay with pre-tax dollars. Compared to that, medicare is a bargain and the coverage is not bad TBH.
Yes. 60-65 is a long time in risk-years.
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