We're going to cover everything you need to know about retiring early and your health care plan options before Medicare in one minute.
We hear it all the time. People are tired of working. They're fed up with just working for insurance. They're surprised that they have good, affordable insurance options before going onto Medicare. Most people aren't eligible to go on Medicare until age 65. And finding the right plan before then can be very confusing.
There are two major types of individual insurance plans to consider: Marketplace plans or short-term insurance plans.
The Marketplace plans offer coverage for pre-existing conditions and preventive care. And you may be eligible for premium assistance based on your household income.
Short-term health insurance may be a good option if you're concerned about the what-ifs that may pop up unexpectedly.
We at RetireMed can help you bridge the gap from retirement to Medicare.
For individuals who are not yet eligible for Medicare but are in need of health coverage, individual health plans may be the right option. Perhaps you’ve been furloughed recently, or your spouse has lost coverage, or you may be planning to retire before the age of 65 and won’t yet be eligible for Medicare.
Regardless of your situation, individual health insurance can give you the benefits you need to bridge the gap between your employer coverage and your Medicare eligibility. If you’re looking for coverage, RetireMed can help.
The health insurance landscape can be overwhelming, but that’s why we’re here. Our team of trusted advisors will work to find the right individual health plan for you, all at no cost or obligation to enroll in a plan. We’ll begin by assessing your individual needs and priorities before researching different plan options to find the right health insurance plan for you.
Contact us today and be on your way towards exploring your individual coverage options. Schedule a call or call 855.999.7981 to speak with an advisor.
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