INFLATION AND THE RISING COST OF HEALTH CARE IN RETIREMENT
One of the most overlooked costs going into retirement is the cost of healthcare. Far too many retirees believe once they turn 65 and get onto Medicare their health care costs will be paid for. Unfortunately, this is not the case and once you add the cost of inflation into the mix, health care can get very expensive very fast. In this session, we will cover the impact inflation is having on health care costs and what you can do to prepare yourself for what may become one of your largest expenses in retirement.
- Recognize inflation concerns and the cost of health care
- Identify the impact longevity will have on health care costs
- List what health care costs you may have in retirement
- Determine what you can do to bring your health care costs down in retirement