Getting to the Medicare Finish Line

The American College of Financial Services
Kiplinger
November 20, 2020

Maintaining healthcare benefits is one of the primary concerns facing many Americans at or near retirement—and they shouldn’t assume it will be a smooth transition. While the uncomfortable gap years between when employee benefits and additional healthcare plans like Medicare can take effect can be difficult, there are options for those in the know.

Retirement Income Center co-director Steve Parrish says those options can include retiree healthcare benefits, COBRA plans, state and federal exchanges, and more. Get his insight in this story from Kiplinger.

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