Q. I’m 60 years old with 36 years of service. I got married four years ago. I have not added her to my health plan yet. Can I still add her before I retire?
Q. I had five years of federal service, bought back 10 military years, then quit federal employment at age 40. I’ll apply for a deferred pension at 62. Is there any chance of getting health care under the FEHB program then?
Q. I left federal service in 2006 with 22 years of service and was in FEHB at all times. If I can go back into federal service to regain eligibility for FEHB in retirement, what type of appointment need it be? And is there a minimum time of service before retiring from that reemployment at age 60 or older?
Q. I retired from federal employment and continued my health care coverage, as well as coverage for my husband. My husband is eligible for Medicare next month. Can I drop his health care coverage under my Option C insurance, but keep his life insurance going?
Q. I have enrolled in GEHA insurance for the first time. I had BC/BS before as a retiree and switched because of cost. Can you tell me if dental is covered by it automatically or is it separate?
Q. I’m retiring and have been enrolled in the FEHB program for over five years. Can I stay on BCBS Federal coverage along with Part A Medicare for as long as I please? I’m thinking of keeping BCBS instead of Medicare Part B or any other supplemental program. Is that a good idea?