Don’t Let Medical Costs Destroy Your Retirement

Medical CostsToday I wanted to tackle a topic that is often a question and concern for many of my clients, “how can I continue to pay for all of my expenses once I retire?” The answer is less complex than you think…layout a financial plan, execute that plan and continue with more planning.

A New York Times article released earlier this year stated that “a 65-year-old couple retiring this year without any employer-based health coverage would need an estimated $240,000 to cover medical costs through retirement, according to Fidelity’s latest estimate.”  Medical costs are just one of the realities of retirement and something you can’t always plan for, but you can plan for financial freedom with a good retirement strategy.  An employer providing no help with health benefits to their employees is a burden many retirees face, and that’s where I can help!

One in six individuals considered to be “older Americans” live below the poverty line according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Once your working days are over, you deserve to relax and enjoy retirement not stress over financial burdens.  Avoid the stress and plan for your retirement.

We can help you find the money falling through the cracks to help pay for the high cost of medical care or insurance premiums now and in the future. For a free, no obligation, 3 Step Review; call me today at 1-877-476-5051.

Make sure you have all the facts necessary to make the right decision with your financial future by calling us today! Speak with us now at 877-476-5051, email Warren at warren@warrenelkin.com, or go to www.warrenelkin.com to learn more about Warren Elkin and his unique process to make sure your financial decisions are made in your best interest.

Have a great day,
Warren Elkin

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