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Thanks for all the replies and advice.

if you are SSI/Medicare age and/or RMD age, your Plan B will jump several times each bracket your gross goes up. Your federal taxes will creep up too.
Thankfully that doesn't apply to me so one less thing to worry about.

For those who are on ACA insurance, rather than Medicare, the subsidy limits are probably an even larger concern, since you lose your entire subsidy if you go $1 over 400% of the FPL for your family size.
Thanks for the reminder.


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