Women’s Health Care Tab in Retirement: $79,000 More Than Men’s
Women’s Health Care Tab in Retirement: $79,000 More Than Men’s

Women’s Health Care Tab in Retirement: $79,000 More Than Men’s

 

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Women’s Health Care Tab in Retirement: $79,000 More Than Men’s

Problem is, women have fewer financial resources to pay for it.

A recent report on health care costs by Health View Services found that the majority of women aren’t saving enough for health care in retirement. According to the study, women’s health care tabs are projected to exceed men’s by $79,000. A recent article in Money magazine sheds light on the disparity and what women can do now to prepare for the future.


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“Women’s Health Care Tab in Retirement: $79,000 More Than Men’s”


Tags:  Financial Planning, Health Care Costs, Health Insurance, Insurance, Medicare, Retirement, Retirement Health Plans, Retirement Planning, Wealth Management, Women and Money

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