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Old 04-13-19, 09:07 AM
John E
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I am sort of in your position, past 65 but still working and eligible for employer-provided health insurance.

My person choice was to sign up for Medicare with Plan G. I detest HMOs, so I avoid Medicare [Dis]advantage like the plague that it is. If something serious happens, I want to choose my doctor, my hospital, my procedure, etc.

If money were tight and if I could get all of the providers and options I wanted through a Medicare Advantage plan, then I might think differently. Everyone's situation is unique, and there is no single one-size-fits-all jersey or helmet here.
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