Those over 50 have devoted more thought to how they can pay for healthcare once they've retired than they have to how and when they should make withdrawals from retirement assets.

That's the key finding of one of the latest surveys conducted by American United Life Insurance Co., a OneAmerica company. 

Conducted on its retirement plan participant website, AUL's survey asked 7,545 visitors to the site about their behaviors regarding retirement. It found that while 64 percent of people over 50 have thought about how they might manage to pay for healthcare expenses that might arise once they've left the workforce, only 43 percent have devoted time and effort to figuring out a strategy to draw on their retirement assets. 

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