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Retirement Before Medicare
Episode 13622nd December 2021 • Secure Your Retirement • Radon Stancil, CFP® & Murs Tariq, CFP®
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If you’re considering retiring before the Medicare age of 65, there are a few things you need to know.

When thinking of early retirement, it is important that you consult a financial professional to help you put together a spreadsheet on the factors to consider.

In this episode of the Secure Your Retirement podcast, we talk about retirement before Medicare and the factors to consider before doing so. Listen in to learn when it’s beneficial to wait for age 70 to take your social security and when it’s not.

In this episode, find out:

●     Understanding what it means by saying retirement before Medicare.

●     The factors to consider when it comes to your healthcare when you choose to retire before Medicare.

●     The difference between doing calculations on your own versus using a professional.

●     When you’re eligible to take your social security and whether or not you should wait to take it.

●     Don’t try to create a spreadsheet alone and instead consult professionals like us to help you make it easier.

Tweetable Quotes:

●     “If you retire before 65, you’re not eligible for Medicare.”- Murs Tariq

●     “When you’re doing this on your own sometimes, it’s hard to make those calculations.”- Radon Stancil


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