Wouldn't Washington finally passing the new Healthcare Reform straighten out the upside down insurance costs for the retirees? thus allieving the INSURANCE costs making it more cost efficient to not "Work well past retirement age
Not according to most everyone on this site. I was planning for years to be able to retire at 55 so when I lost my job at 53 I figured I was probably close enough. It is still a major hit every month though to pay close to $400 a month for insurance that does not cover anything but major medical. And I am really concerned about haveing to actually use it to see what is covered. I would probably not change anything though as it has been a fun few years for me as a young retirere.