Nearly half of soon-to-be-retired, high-net-worth Americans say they are terrified of what health care costs may do to their retirement plans, according to a new survey.
Nationwide Financial's "Healthcare Costs in Retirement Consumer Study" found that 45 percent expect health care to be their biggest expense throughout retirement, while $5,621 was the amount participants expect to spend on health care each year on average.
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