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Unhealthy numbers: How to help clients prepare for health care expenses in retirement

November 19, 2019 11:00 AM
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It’s estimated that the average 65-year-old couple will need $285,000 to cover medical expenses in their remaining years. Unfortunately, the average American in their 60s has a median retirement savings of just $172,000. This growing divide between clients’ accumulated assets and the amount they will need to cover health care expenses in retirement can pose a big challenge for financial advisors.

In Securities America’s latest CoffeeCast, “Unhealthy Numbers: How to Help Clients Prepare for Health Care Expenses in Retirement,” Zach Parker, Vice President of Wealth Management and Product Strategy, shares proven tips for helping retired clients manage their medical expenses.

Join Zach at 11 a.m. EDT on Nov. 19 for this important webinar for any financial advisor who works with clients nearing or in retirement.
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Key speakers
  • Zachary S. Parker
    Zachary S. Parker, MBA, CFP®
    Vice President of Wealth Management and Product Strategy, Securities America

  • David Adler
    David Adler
    Wealth Management & Behavioral Finance Expert