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- 83 percent of those over age 65 say healthcare costs are their top retirement concern.1
- 95 percent of seniors with Medicare Part D drug plans overspend on their coverage for current medication needs.2
- One out of three (31 percent) seniors saves money specifically for healthcare expenses. Of those, 40 percent "don't know" how much they saved and 30 percent saved less than $50,000.1
- Aging in to Medicare and preparing to retire, and those who have worked past age 65 and are transitioning out of private employer benefits to full Medicare coverage.
- Losing retiree healthcare benefits provided by a former employer.
- Experiencing reduced healthcare coverage or increased out-of-pocket expenses as their health and medical needs change.
- Needing an assessment of their current insurance plans and costs to ensure they are protecting their assets with the most cost-effective healthcare coverage.
- Managing a financial crisis because they are no longer able to work due to disability or chronic illness. The average age for those who receive Social Security disability benefits and become eligible for Medicare is 53.
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2Chao Zhou and Yuting Zhang. "The Vast Majority of Medicare Part D Beneficiaries Still Don't Choose the Cheapest Plans That Meet Their Medication Needs." Health Affairs, October 2012, vol. 31, no. 10: 2259-2265.