What will your healthcare expenses be?

Review the healthcare coverage you’ll have in retirement.
Starting at age 65, you’re likely to be covered by Medicare. But even then, Medicare won’t cover all your healthcare expenses. Consider how you’ll cover the gap.

  • Individual health insurance
  • Supplemental healthcare insurance
  • Long-term care insurance

THINGS TO CONSIDER

  • Approximately 22% of retirees’ income is spent on healthcare costs.
  • Medicare pays only about 55% of medical expenses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Please contact one of our Certified Retirement Counselors with questions at 1-888-244-6297.
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