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I am getting ready to retire. Target date is January 2001 when I'll be 65 and my wife will have just turned 62. The big question is what to do about medical insurance. I'm looking for guidance in this area. Up to now I've worked for good companies with excellent medical insurance plans. In fact, my current employer pays about 90% of the premiums. Great deal. So what should I do to get ready for when my wife and I will be "going solo" in the medical insurance market. The combinations and permutations of insurance are astounding. This is where a little Foolishness is really needed to buy medical insurance intelligently. Any help from the group would be really appreciated. Perhaps, The Fool could publish an article (or series) on this topic. I'm sure I'm not alone on this.
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