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Retirees’ Healthcare Costs May Be More Manageable Than Expected

A study by the Vanguard Center for Investor Research and Mercer actuaries has determined that retirees in 2018 spent between $4,900 and $6,000 on healthcare costs, including Medicare premiums and out of pocket expenses. So reports the Associated Press.

The study portrays healthcare costs in a more manageable light than other studies that have concluded that a retired couple can expect to pay more than $400,000 for healthcare during their golden years.

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