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These unexpected costs could spoil your client's retirement Nearly 37% of retirees polled by the Nationwide Retirement Institute claimed that they are not able to live the life they expected because of health issues, while 73% of long-time retirees say these problems hit them five years earlier than expected. Healthy retirees may even face health-related concerns if a spouse or an aging parent gets sick, an expert says. Retirees who are diagnosed with serious health concerns need to adjust their expectations on how they should spend their time and money, while those with no health issues may choose to consult with an adviser if it's possible for them to check off more of the things on their bucket list during their early years of retirement. — Money

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