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Subject:  Health Brings No Medical Cost Savings Date:  12/7/2018  3:15 PM
Author:  intercst Number:  91027 of 94960

The US Medical/Industrial Complex will eventually suck you dry whether you're healthy or sick.

4 Things To Think About Regarding Healthcare As You Approach Retirement
https://www.forbes.com/sites/joeljohnson/2018/12/07/4-things...

Average cumulative health care expenses including premiums for a 65-year-old male in excellent health can be upwards of $345,000 and the estimate for a 65-year old male in poor health is about $246,000. Those in excellent health will spend less on an annual basis but more during their retirement years due to longer life expectancies. (See link below.)

http://www.irionline.org/resources/resources-detail-view/pla...


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