Practice - Retirement Planning
Health Care May Cost Nearly $400K for a Retired Couple
by: Donald Jay Korn
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
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Medicare covers only 59% of the cost of health care for seniors–and retirees can expect to pay an even larger share in the future. In fact, a couple age 65 might need $387,000 saved in order to be confident of covering their health care costs in retirement, not including outlays for long-term care.

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