Health care in retirement can come with a hefty price tag
Employee Benefit Research Institute found in their latest study compared health care costs in retirement between having a Medicare with a Medigap policy or a Medicare Advantage plan and found that you would pay more during the course of their retirement if they were to go with a Medicare Advantage plan. Sarah O’Brien discusses how Medicare expenses in retirement could top $383,000 for a couple with high drug costs. Read Ms. O’Brien’s article here…
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