The Biggest Problem with Retiring Early? Health Insurance

Is health insurance preventing you from retiring early?

 

This is the reality for many hardworking individuals who want to quit working before they turn 65 or think of retiring early. But dealing with the high costs of health insurance (and the increasing need for it as they age) before becoming eligible for Medicare means that they feel forced to keep working. 

Even those that have made savvy financial choices during their working lives and have saved a considerable amount are finding it nearly impossible to retire early. And those that do proceed with an early retirement find that they’re spending a sizable portion of their nest egg on healthcare since they’re no longer covered under their employer’s plan.

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