50-Somethings Have Their Own Health-Care Crisis

Great article on the CNBC website today which we wanted to share with you:

“At 54, Steven Eisen knows he’s pretty lucky to be considering retirement from his Nashville law firm within the next year. But beyond the usual financial considerations, he has another advantage unavailable to most workers today: guaranteed employer-sponsored health benefits until he turns 65.

“Health coverage is extremely critical to my wife and me since we both have chronic illnesses,” Eisen says. “We probably would have difficulty obtaining coverage elsewhere at a reasonable rate.”

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