Shout-out: Why we’re risking a healthcare disaster in early retirement

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Hello all!


Our Saturday morning shout-outs highlight a post/article/book/other that I’ve come across lately that deserves exactly that: a ‘shout-out.’ The goal here is to hopefully introduce my readers to other authors or bloggers that have had an impact on me, my writing, and my life.


This week’s shout-out is: Why we’re risking a healthcare disaster in early retirement by Steve at ThinkSaveRetire 


In this post, Steve (a 35-year-old retiree and PF blogger) covers a unique health care plan that multiple people have brought up to me recently – Liberty Healthshare. This plan is unlike your traditional healthcare coverage. There is cost sharing, more selective admission to the plan, and claim denials if you were hurt while engaging in ‘dangerous behavior.’


Yet, Liberty Healthshare has many members that ‘share’ the cost of claims among the group. Premiums are low but the risk is seemingly high. Let Steve outline for you why his family chose Liberty, and maybe see if this plan could be right for you.


Full disclosure – it’s not for us. But head over to Steve’s site to read his interesting explanation of why it’s for him.


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