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Health insurance coverage can be expensive in retirement, especially if you're retiring before the age of 65. You may have to purchase a Medicare Supplement plan if your employer's health care coverage is limited or doesn't meet certain criteria. You should also consider your income level when determining how much you'll have to pay for your health insurance-the lower your income, the more affordable it will be. This is because government assistance programs like Medicaid can assist you with your premiums.

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