The Oft-Overlooked Glitch in Retirement Planning
One sort of standard rule of thumb is that your cash flow in retirement needs to be adequate to cover about 75% of your retirement spending level. That might work out for some, but for those who get hit with extraordinary health care and medical expenses in those later years might face an entirely different scenario. Forbes contributor Arielle O’Shea takes a look at the havoc this cost category can wreak on those who have not planned for this possibility. Read her post here…
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