A little help can make comparing your options that much easier.
Purchasing health insurance on your own, before Medicare, can be eye-opening. If it's early retirement or a short-term gap to 65, the choices you make can impact your retirement budget. However, when you get the coverage you need, it can set you up to reach the financial security you want in retirement.
If you're unsure how to get from A to Medicare, our guide offers a closer look at health insurance options before 65.
During the last few years before retirement, it's all about the numbers. To fulfill your vision for the golden years, you must account for everything along the way. Unexpected health costs can derail your plans for retirement if you're not prepared. Coverage that can meet your needs is a financial safeguard against the unexpected.
It's not easy to compare plans and benefits if you don't know where to begin. GoHealth licensed insurance agents can help you decide with confidence.
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