Medicare: The next frontier
Retirement health care costs are on the rise, yet some financial advisers and their clients still have not begun to integrate a major factor of those expenses — Medicare — into their plans. And those oversights can be costly. Drew Grider, president of the Retirement Network, learned this lesson just in time, when a 67-year-old client scheduled surgery just days after his planned retirement. Before his client stopped working, Mr. Grider checked to make sure there was no lapse in health insurance coverage. It turned out that the client had received incorrect information from his employer’s insurer….Read More
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