90 percent of retirees confident they can cover health care costs
A Nationwide Financial survey suggests retirees with a quarter-million dollars in household assets feel they are prepared to cover their future health care needs.
By Warren S. Hersch|July 02, 2012 at 08:11 AM
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A new survey reveals that nine in 10 retirees with at least $250,000 in household assets are not concerned about paying for future health care costs beyond what Medicare covers.
Nationwide Financial published this finding in a summary of results from a survey of 625 adults ages 55-plus having $250,000 or more in household assets who plan to retire by 2020 and 625 retired adults ages 65-plus having $250,000 or more in household assets. The survey was conducted by Harris Interactive, New York.
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