Postal Employee Retirement Health Insurance

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    Had a guy call me about getting a Med Sup. Retired from post office after 30 years. He does not know what his health insurance will be after he turns 65.
    Don't they get to keep their coverage?
     
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    yes and depending on their start date an level they get about 2500 in an HSA money that will cover the premium

    http://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/RS21974.pdf
     
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    Postal employees usually have retirement health benefits through GHIA, which is very good. I'd hesitate to move them off until you have more specifics. Once they refuse it they can't get it back.
     
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