How Many Additional Years Do I Need to Work

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“Hi Tammy and Micah, Thanks for the information. I separated from the government at age 54 1/2 years and 20.5 years of service. I like to come back to work for the government in the near future (eg at age 58/59). How many additional years do I need to work so that my health benefits are covered for life? Many thanks.” – Sandra.

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