What are Retiree Options for Marketplace Assistance?

I recently retired (age59) and thought I was going to lose my insurance benefits. I signed up for the affordable care act and because of my low income I qualified for Medicaid.

However I found out that My current insurance is affordable for me and want to keep it. I don’t want to be in trouble for being doubled insured. Can I be insured by both?

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I currently am enrolled in a retiree plan which requires me to pay 100% of the premium with no employer contribution. I am considering enrolling during the open enrollment period. Can I remain enrolled in my retiree plan until my marketplace plan goes into effect or must I cancel my current plan before enrollment?

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