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Old 01-26-2018, 10:25 AM
 
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Hello,


I work for State of California.

I will have 10 years of service when I retire at 62.

I have read most of the CALPERs material about medical benefits and I am just as confused as before I read the material.

I'm not asking for specific to my case information, but more of a general flowchart information.

So at 62 I retire, I will get 50% medical coverage.

So from 62-65 will CALPERS pay 50 % of any medical premiums I have ?

At 65 , I then enroll in Medicare, does CALPERS then pay 50 % of my Medicare premiums ?

I realize the whole medical insurance deal is alot more complicated than the two basic questions I have asked above, but I'm just looking for basic answers to those questions .

Thanks in advance !
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Old 01-26-2018, 11:16 PM
 
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Hello,

I work for State of California.
I will have 10 years of service when I retire at 62.
I have read most of the CALPERs material about medical benefits and I am just as confused as before I read the material.
I'm not asking for specific to my case information, but more of a general flowchart information.
So at 62 I retire, I will get 50% medical coverage.
So from 62-65 will CALPERS pay 50 % of any medical premiums I have ?
At 65 , I then enroll in Medicare, does CALPERS then pay 50 % of my Medicare premiums ?
I realize the whole medical insurance deal is alot more complicated than the two basic questions I have asked above, but I'm just looking for basic answers to those questions .
Thanks in advance !
I get calpers health benefits but from a local agency, not the state. The easiest thing to do is create an account https://www.calpers.ca.gov/ and you can check rates and your employer contribution online. If you can't find what you are looking for, call them - their number is on the website, they're very helpful
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