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Nearing retirement age with a younger spouse

I am currently 63 years old, and my spouse is 39.  Due to several factors, she has never worked.

 

If I retire at 66 years and 8 months (that's what SSA says), I can get covered for health, but she can't be covered by my insurance.  So my question is, what is the best, least expensive way to keep her covered for health insurance?

 

Thanks for any input y'all can give!
Becca

 

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Hi Becca,

 

I've found that these subsidy calculator tools can also help with figuring out affordable health insurance: https://www.wnchealthinsurance.com/subsidy-calculator/

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Try Obamacare a/k/a ACA Marketplace.  Here's the link or you can talk to a local insurance broker for sign up.

Healthcare.gov

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We're considering that, thank you.

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