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WHAT YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT RETIREMENT

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What You May Not Know About Retirement - The Magic Number

Magic number 65. Generally all Americans are eligible for Medicare when they turn age 65. If you are getting benefits from Social Security, you’ll be automatically enrolled – and will receive your Medicare card three months before your 65th birthday. However, if you are not receiving Social Security benefits, you will need to enroll in Medicare at age 65. You have a window of opportunity to sign up. If you don’t, you can face late fees unless you are still employed and part of a group health plan.

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What You May Not Know About Retirement - Working Full Time

When you retire, you may lose many benefits from your former employer. You will need to decide what benefits you want to carry into retirement. Some examples: dental and vision insurance, life insurance, and health insurance. We are happy to discuss options to replace your current coverage.

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What You May Not Know About Retirement - Plan Ahead

Plan ahead and do your research. Since Medicare doesn't cover everything, you'll probably get a lot of offers for supplemental insurance right before your 65th birthday. Realize everyone can be confused about the process. Ask friends and family who have already been through the transition about their experiences. It's also important to consult with experienced professionals in the field. Anyone is welcome to call the experts at Physicians Mutual. We're happy to answer any questions you may have.

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What You May Not Know About Retirement - Plan Your Time

Retirement opens up a new world of discovery. If you are coming out of years of structured days, you might feel lost without building some parameters around how you want to spend your time in retirement. Maybe you want to volunteer for a cause you care about, or you want to work part-time. However you decide to spend your retirement years, you will benefit from some pre-planning on how to spend your newfound time.

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