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If this reform works like it is supposed to then it is actually a positive change for those who want to retire early and live a modest but comfortable life.  The main reason is that the government will hand out subsidies for health insurance costs to those who make less than 400% of the poverty level.  If you use the , you will see that a family of four with an income of $44,000 a year is required to pay 6.3% of its yearly income on health insurance and the rest will be subsidized.  This works out to be $2765 a year or $230 a month.   So even if this family’s  health insurance actually cost $12,000 a year, at that income level the family would have to pay only $2765.  That is equivalent to a bonus of more than $9000 a year.  I think that we will be just fine on $36,000 to  $44,000 of income a year in retirement so we will be receiving a subsidy since there do not seem to be any asset limits.

This subsidy also makes me think that it is much better for us to  pay off our mortgage early instead of using investment or other income in retirement to pay for the mortgage.  The reason is that if we lived in a mortgage free house we would not need the income to cover the mortgage, and a lower income means a larger subsidy.  I know that some early retirees keep their mortgages because their rates are very low and their investment incomes surpasses the mortgage interest rate, but now it is possible that some may be able to save more in health insurance costs by reducing their incomes.

I am pretty sure that these subsidies will ultimately push health insurance costs up, and it is definitely wealth distribution, but it is unlikely that this law will be repealed. The law definitely makes health insurance affordable to many people through other people’s money, but I do not see much in the bill that actually reduces healthcare costs.  I am just hoping that the plans available in the future health insurance exchanges are reasonable, and the flood of newly insured folks do not overwhelm the healthcare system like it already did in Massachusetts.

Ultimately, I think the passage of this law just reinforces my belief that we should retire early, live more,  and consume less.  I will keep a close watch on how this plan rolls out in the next few years, but at least for now those who want to retire early and do not have health insurance from a former employer  can get a fairly clear budget of their health insurance costs based on their incomes in retirement.

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buy cialis australiaon 03.28.10 at 9:54 pm

If we take your advice and pursue a path towards early retirement, who will the government tax to pay for its ever increasing deficit and annual budget? As a boomer myself I find myself conflicted with the thought of my children having to pay higher taxes to fund my early retirement. Dont we all, as Americans, have some shared responsibility to rescue our country from the decades of mismanagement? Or do we punch out early and suck what littles left in the coffers dry?

buy cialis australiaon 03.28.10 at 10:50 pm

Well, I’m not a boomer, so I’m already paying for some boomers’ retirements right now through my social security contributions. Yes, there is generation theft going on, and it’s been going on for many years. I just don’t see a way to stop it because the government has already borrowed trillions from the future. If you can retire early then I’d say go for it, and I’ll tell my children to do the same because that may be their only way to legally opt out of the generational theft. I don’t think you have to worry about who the government can tax, though, because there are plenty of people who will work until they die.

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