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1 in 3 non-retirees age 50+ not taking steps to save for retirement health care costs


Among non-retirees aged 50+, two-thirds (67%) are taking steps to save for health care costs in retirement, including building their savings account (41%) paying off debt (33%), investing (28%), and increasing 401K contributions (27%). One third (33%) say they are not doing anything now to save for health care costs in retirement, according to analysis of a Harris Poll survey for the Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. (p. 7)
        Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. (2016). Health care costs in retirement survey among U.S. adults ages 50 and older. Retrieved from this source.
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