A smarter way to address healthcare in retirement
Triple tax-free Retirement Healthcare Savings Program
Did you know that not all defined contribution retiree health approaches are the same?
Just how expensive is healthcare in retirement?
It’s important to consider how not addressing retiree health affects workforce management strategies and employees’ ability to manage healthcare costs in retirement. The retiree healthcare gap, if ignored, has real consequences for employers and employees.
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1 Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) Issue Brief, 10/8/2018, No. 460. National average. Savings needed for Medigap Plan F premiums, Medicare Part B premiums and out-of-pocket (median) drug expenses. Does not include long-term care. A couple with a goal of having a 90% chance of having enough savings to cover healthcare expenses in retirement needs $296,000.