Analysis: California Not Among Most-Costly States for Retiree Health Care
The health care costs for a 55-year-old California resident who retires is projected to be $5,854 in the first year and $239,526 over a lifetime, according to a recent analysis by HealthView Services. The analysis found that Michigan had the highest retiree health care costs at $6,152 for the first year and $252,915 over a lifetime, while Hawaii has the lowest costs at $4,713 for the first year and $188,575 for a lifetime.
- "These Are the Cheapest and Most Costly States for Retiree Health Care" (Kadlec, Time, 8/6).
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