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Health Care Costs in Retirement–A Looming Worry

Whether it’s the cost of health care insurance or the burden of expected out-of-pocket costs, future retirement looks dim to many Americans in the age 50 to 64 group, according to a post from the Institute of Health Policy & Innovation at the University of Michigan. Analyzing statistics included in a Journal of the American Medical Association article, the post discusses issues associated with health care affordability, offering conjecture on how these issues may influence the timing of retirements. Read the post by Forbes contributor Ted Knutson here…


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