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ksg5000

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Posted: 11/01/19 11:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

machunt wrote:

I can get medicare when i reach 65 through my state run pension plan, its call ed the connector, they will subsidize my premiums but at what % is still unknown.


The subsidy is likely going to be similar to what they are subsidizing today - I would use that as benchmark for making plans. My guess is that whatever they are offering is likely better than what your going to find elsewhere. Each state/locality is different - my friends a retired teacher his retirement plan was excellent compared to anything else available.


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machunt wrote:

I can get medicare when i reach 65 through my state run pension plan, its call ed the connector, they will subsidize my premiums but at what % is still unknown.


Medicare and SS aren’t tied together.
Also you will still need a supplemental policy to pick up what SS doesn’t cover.


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Big Katuna wrote:

machunt wrote:

I can get medicare when i reach 65 through my state run pension plan, its call ed the connector, they will subsidize my premiums but at what % is still unknown.


Medicare and SS aren’t tied together.
Also you will still need a supplemental policy to pick up what SS doesn’t cover.

and supplement plans F and B are being discontinued for most folks. don’t dawdle.


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jesseannie wrote:

Really?
If you don't get SS benefits does that exclude you from Medicare?

jesseannie


It excludes you from Part A. It doesn't exclude you from part B but you will have to pay for that.


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I'm a retired state employee from NY, and we paid Social Security. I'm frankly surprised to see all the posts of civil servants who didn't have to pay in to it. I hadn't realized that was possible.

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I've planned a few long term deposits and planning to set up insurance for all of my family members.

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