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If you retire before age 65, you will need coverage to bridge the gap between when you retire and when Medicare begins.
When you turn 65, you become eligible for Medicare, which includes options for hospital stays, medical insurance, and prescription drug coverage.
Life insurance may still be a prudent investment for a surviving spouse or any children to whom you wish to bequeath assets.
“You may be able to reduce your auto insurance rates by checking that you have the right people on your policy and are using any new discounts available to you now.”
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