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I have worked for the same company for over 10 years. They have provided great insurance, never had to deal with looking into alternatives for a long time.

I am now exploring retiring. Turning 50, with multiple kids in early teens. Have to figure out the kid coverage and personal/wife coverage until age 65 (Medicare.)

Assuming I retire and stop working. What are the most commonly recommended alternatives to work provided insurance to support a family and hold one through until age 65?

Thank you...
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