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Fact of the Week: 24 March 2014

4 in 10 Older Adults Have Money Set aside for Future Health Care Expenses

"Adults age 60-64 (40%) are just slightly more likely than those age 50-59 (35%) to have money set aside" for health care expenses during retirement, according to a 2013 report by AARP.
       
AARP. (2013). 2013 Health care costs survey. Washington, DC: AARP Research. Retrieved from www.aarp.org.
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