Tag Archives: health insurance

Can One Live in the US for Under $2,000 a Month?

If you can manage the cost of housing, you can live just about anywhere in the world. This is a huge consideration. Continue reading

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Election Year Woes: Has Obamacare Impacted the Nursing Profession?

Due to an increasing shortage of doctors, nurses have had to step up to the plate, going further in their education than they ever thought they would need to. Continue reading

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I’m Ready to get out of the Rat Race

I’m going to be 61 this year, and I’m ready to hang it up. Continue reading

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6 Truths of Early Retirement

Just like any other matter in life, early retirement has its ups and downs. Here are some of the positives, and negatives, of early retirement. Continue reading

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I am forced to think about retirement as I have been laid off my job

I find the complexity and uncertainty of figuring retirement out
daunting with College costs, medical insurance cost, possible wedding
cost, etc. But now I’m forced to evaluate it because I’ve been laid
off at 55. Continue reading

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My Wife Wants to Retire Now, but Needs Her Employer Sponsored Health Care

We understand your wife’s hesitation in giving up her work-provided health care. Getting sick or needing medical attention in the US is very expensive. Continue reading

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Health Information for Independent Travelers

I’m never sick, and, completely discounting the fact that I’m now 75, it never occurred to me that I would need to have this information on hand. Continue reading

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Questions on Continuous Care in Latin America

We are in the investigation phase of our plan to live abroad and one of the things we haven’t been able to get any info on is Continuing Care in other countries, especially Latin America. What plans have you and Billy made for such a time? Continue reading

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Domestic Medical Tourism

We had hoped to make ourselves more “known” to the uninsured population requiring surgery, but primarily wanted to expose the price-fixing arrangements between hospitals and insurance groups. The first thing that happened, however, shocked us. Canadians started calling. And then flying to Oklahoma City for their surgery. Continue reading

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Buying Medical Care vs. Buying Medical Insurance

You can tell those “billions in profits” and “catastrophic expense” guys that you won’t be buying their products any more. You have a better plan. Continue reading

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