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One year ago I accepted an early retirement package. What wasn't explained prior to my acceptance, but was clearly detailed in the package, was that my wife is insured under my medical plan for a maximum of 10 years. She is now 54 which means her medical insurance will expire when she is 63, two years before Medicare. I thought at the time that I would simply sign up for Blue Cross or some similar program when the time comes. Now I wonder if there is something I ought to do now, or at least consider doing. I read about companies refusing medical insurance and I wouldn't want that to happen to us, nine years from now. Any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks.
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