A majority of Americans nearing retirement are eyeing financial advisors for help with planning for the costs of health care.

Sixty four percent of baby boomers expect an advisor to play at least some role in discussions about health care costs in retirement, according to a study by Ameriprise Financial released Thursday.  Fifteen percent of the more than 1,000 employed baby boomers surveyed indicated that they want advisors to help them create comprehensive health care financial plans for retirement. The same amount of respondents also want advisors to be able to provide an explanation of various health care options.

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