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I've figured out how much I need to save for retirement on a day-to-day/year-to-year basis which will permit a modest growth in savings.
This allows for the occasional big-ticket expense such as major home repair or new vehicle.

What I can't account for are potential health issues.
I understand there's no crystal ball.

Assuming fair health, with Medicare and perhaps a Medicare supplement, what might be a prudent amount to set aside to cover unexpected health expenses?

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