Medical and health insurance benefit costs are competing forretirement savings dollars, according to a majority of workers whosay that how much they save for retirement depends on how much theyhave to spend for health insurance.

That’s according to new LIMRA research, which found that 59percent of workers agreed or strongly agreed that the one exerted adirect effect on the other.

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