Out-of-pocket health-care costs likely to take half of Social Security

Source: Michelle Singletary, Washington Post (Paid Registration)

A new analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation has found out-of-pocket health-care costs for Medicare beneficiaries are likely to take up half of their average Social Security income by 2030.

As many seniors already know, Medicare does not cover an increasing number of expenses related to health care. Among these are supplemental insurance premiums, deductibles, long-term care and dental services.

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