Boomers worry about retirement healthcare costs, but don't save for them

It's not exactly news that a major consideration for retirees is the cost of health care. But the fact that boomers aren't saving against that rainy (and unhealthy) day is starting to draw attention.

Ameriprise Financial's Health, Wealth and Retirement study asked respondents aged 50–64 with at least $100,000 in investable assets how they feel about health and the cost of health care, as well as how both might affect their retirement.

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