As more baby boomers are entering their late 60s, retirement is a major concern, but before they leave the work force, they should plan for their post-retirement health care coverage along with other costs, according to Allsup, a nationwide provider of Medicare plan selection services.

“Health care costs in retirement are a top concern for many seniors,” says Paula Muschler, operations manager of the Allsup Medicare Advisor. “There is a lot they can do, either right or wrong, that can have a lasting impact on their health care costs in retirement.”

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