Thank you to all for your responses. @Flobes
Does "medical insurance bridge" mean that you're hoping to use your HSA to pay for health insurance when you retire?
Yes that was my intent. We're both healthy and the biggest cost is going to be the monthly healthcare premiums once I live BigCorp.
HSA cannot be used to pay health insurance premiums. Note: There is exception if you are collecting state or federal unemployment benefits or utilizing COBRA coverage.
Got it, clearly I wasn't aware of that. So assuming that I take COBRA when I leave BigCorp, I'll be able to use the HSA to pay for that as long as it lasts right?
At 65, HSA can cover some Medicare premiums (but not Medigap supplemental), if you are not collecting Social Security.
That's great to know, I don't plan on collecting SS until I'm 67.
Medicaid with Medicare only covers the low-income medically-qualified for long-term care.
Clearly I need to educate myself on Medicaid and Medicare. Any suggested good resources where I can educate myself?
Again, thanks very much this is super helpful!