Financially Ready To Retire. Should I QUIT Such A Great Job?

My hubby and I are economically able to retire from both our careers. Just wondering if it’s worth it to quit such a great job. 2,000,000 invested. We sold our house just, but plan to use that money to buy our pension home, so that is not included in our net value.

I have obsessed for years about how to cover healthcare until we reach 65. I’ve employer provided healthcare which is cheap and incredibly comprehensive. My job is very cushy. I work 6 times on/8 days off. I home based on evening change taking demands hospice and many nights, I get few calls. I also do home trips but don’t venture out every night. I receive a commission whether I do any ongoing work or not. I get additional money for weekends and vacations even.

It is a 16-hour on call change, During the night shift differential I receive a commission for 10 hours. 100, a season accomplishing this 000. Oh, a year and I get 6 weeks paid holiday. So why would I quit such congrats? Listed below are my reasons: night-time shift is hard on health.

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I am actually in excellent health now, but as I grow older, I see my sleep getting ultimately more important. I wish to move away from this condition also. I dislike the political climate, the elements, the crime, and the traffic, the cost of living is high. Intend to move to another constant state for a better lifestyle and a lower cost of living.

Hubby is very ready to give up his job. 70, a season with four weeks’ holiday 000. Reasons to remain: medical health insurance. Per month for both folks through my employer 2000. It’s an HMO and would need to live here for six months a year and have to stay in network. 1 mil per event Max. We meet the criteria, but I’ve heard from friends, it takes a long time to get reimbursed.

Thinking of just placing money aside and pay cash, get reimbursed from healthcare then. I am a savvy consumer of healthcare and can get good prices. One option is: hubby quits his job and we happen to be sunnier state on my weeks off. We keep our health and wellness insurance and my income but incur flight expenses and continue steadily to pay the high cost of living for lease, etc. In sunnier place, can live for cheap with my sister, who I am very close to.

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