In an AARP and University of Michigan survey released earlier this year, 45% of people ages 50-64 said they had little or no confidence that they’ll be able to afford healthcare expenses when they retire. Fidelity Investments’ annual check on what retirees will need to cover their medical costs—assuming they are eligible for Medicare—suggests that those fears may be justified.
Data Points: Retirees facing higher healthcare costs
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