Wall Street Journal: Most Retirees Worried About Health Care Costs

SurgeryHealth care is one of the biggest expenses retirees have, and it’s going to cost more than most of us expect. That’s the focus of a March 18 article by Andrea Coombes in The Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch section. The headline, “Retirees’ health costs pegged at $220,000,” refers to the average cost for a couple throughout their retirement years, not including expenses like dental care and long-term care.

Rick is one of the advisors cited in the article, which you can read here.

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