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|Subject: Re: Late life retirement investing||Date: 7/25/2010 6:32 PM|
|Author: Watty56||Number: 67370 of 82014|
The Part B Medicare premium costs $110.50 per month for 2010. And don't most retirees buy some kind of supplemental Medicare insurance to cover the 20% that Medicare doesn't pay? I don't see how his $700/month health insurance cost completely disappears at age 65.
Probably, but there will of course be lots of other changes that both add and subtract from his monthly expenses and there is not enough information to tell what the final net change will be in the retirment expenses.
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