Health care expenses can rise with longer life, which is a big concern when planning for retirement.

You may have seen the recent headline where a 65-year-old couple retiring in 2014 will need approximately $220,000 to cover medical expenses in retirement even with Medicare insurance coverage, according to Fidelity’s recent health care cost estimate.

Many women are worried about the cost of their own healthcare drawing down their savings in retirement.

Some women are concerned that the medical care costs of their husband or partner may use most of their savings for medical care and support at the end of their life.

 

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Your Guide to Financial Independence

Rick Epple, CFP(r)