Wall Street Journal: Most Retirees Worried About Health Care Costs

by | *Financial Awakenings, In The News


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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