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Should I Keep Private Insurance In Addition To Medicare?


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As you may expect, the answer depends on which alternative provides the most coverage that you care about for the least amount of money.

Our discussion is divided into the following: subjects which are covered in the other sections of this article:

NOTE: While another plan does not usually object to your dropping it, plans do not usually let you back in if you change your mind.


Reviewed by Jacques M. Chambers, CLU

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