Don’t Let Medicare Torpedo Your Retirement
To paraphrase Robert Burns, “the best laid plans often go awry,” and that can be especially true when it comes to retirement planning. While it’s very important to consider your Social Security benefits in the context of your overall retirement financial plan, it’s equally important as well to understand where, and how, Medicare fits. And the first step for ensuring that Medicare doesn’t deal you a retirement financial surprise is fully understanding how it works, what Medicare will cost you, and what Medicare will, and will not, pay for. All of this is discussed in this Kenosha News article by Maurie Backman who offers five potential Medicare surprises you need to be aware of. Click here to read more.