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Subject:  Re: What age to take SS payments? Date:  12/3/2013  7:41 PM
Author:  intercst Number:  73906 of 76075

WendyBG writes,

A consideration between age 62 and age 65 (Medicare eligibility) is that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides significant subsidies for health insurance which can be worth over $1,000 per month for a couple of this age.

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Most people don't realize it, but if you manage your income correctly, Obamacare is like getting a second Social Security check right up to when you qualify for Medicare.

I've been doing tax planning with the enthusiasm of a Mitt Romney for the past 18 months.

http://retireearlyhomepage.com/obamacare_spike.html

intercst
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