(By – Paula Pant, www.foxbusiness.com)
You probably think you have a good handle on your retirement expenses. You understand your current spending patterns. You can reasonably estimate how much money you’ll need for groceries, gasoline, vacations, utilities, and other regular bills. If you still have a mortgage, you know exactly when it will be paid in full. You’re confident you can cover your bills during retirement.
You’re probably not worried about health-related costs. After all, Medicare will cover medical expenses, so why worry about it, right? Read more…
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