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Old 08-28-2017, 03:38 PM   #1
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Health Care Cost in CT

Hello All-

Living here in CT.

We are getting closer to our retirement date, which will be around 62. Thus we'll have some years before Medicare.

Can anyone who lives here tell me what their health insurance costs are? Before Medicare and with Medicare?

Thank you!!!
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Old 08-28-2017, 04:39 PM   #2
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CT individual market health insurance rates can be found here:

Medicare supplement (Medigap) rates in CT can be found in the link below. CT has special rules that may not apply to other states. Medigap plans in CT are year round guaranteed issue so you can switch plans anytime without medical underwriting. Medigap plans in CT are community-rated, meaning 65 year olds pay the same rate as 95 year olds.

CT Medigap Rates: Medicare Supplement Rates

Medicare Part D drug plans can be found here:

Original Medicare does not cover routine dental, vision, or hearing services.
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