A Guide To Senior Health Care Transition
When we reach age 65, we suddenly realize that some things are different as far as our health care is concerned. Things are not so different from the doctors office, except the way that things get paid for.
We still go in for our annual physical, but we have the opportunity to make some valuable choices as to how our health care will be financed.
Many people who retire will lose their health insurance that they had at work, or their private coverage if they are self-employed. The same is true for people who are covered in the marketplace or with Obamacare, as that coverage does not cover people who are over the age of 65.