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i am 56 1/2. i hope to bail at or before 62. i work on a shop floor on the graveyard shift machining a product for the auto industry. i have done this for the last 33+ years. i planned on my social security covering my fixed expenses and my profit sharing, roth account, rent from my upstairs apartment and my taxable investments to use as play money.

what do you all do about insurance?

i am "not" married, my kid is grown and i am pooped from working. i get about 2 days off a month right now. i would bail sooner if i was not afraid of running out of money too soon.

any help or suggestions are welcome!
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