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Old 06-14-2019, 10:11 AM
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Good move. Be careful though, my recollection is that there is a cliff, so don't get too close to the boundary.
yeah, i saw the cliff. we'll stay far away from it
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we will probably take only enough investment income to stay in the 100% subsidy category and supplement with cash to meet our spending desires until medicare kicks in
This. I suggested it at work and it seemed to really surprise people. Basically, live off post-tax retirement and carefully stage any taxable sales so you stay above 100% FPL or 138% FPL depending on medicaid expansion.

Then, you get a 94% AV plan for next to, or possibly, nothing.

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Gaming the system, one Actuary at a time.
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don't talk about my livelihood like that
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Old 06-14-2019, 09:25 PM
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Gaming the system, one Actuary at a time.
no, not really gaming anything, just following the rules.

leaving employment early gives opportunity for others to move up and on. the company will very likely hire 2 actuaries when i leave, so it's really a net gain
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