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What do seasonal workers do about health insurance? Do you skip it entirely or is there a reasonably priced insurance coverage out there somewhere. I can retire in a few months and really want to do seasonal work preferably at a national park, but I'm too young for medicare and to keep my current coverage it will cost me $800 a month. Any suggestions.

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I strongly suggest you keep the insurance policy you have untill a final decision is made on which policy you wish to switch to. Please allow for any probationary time limits on the new policy. Find out what time frame is covered on your older policy. Be sure you have the coverage you think you have.

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