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The Week Ahead – November 25, 2019: How to Keep Health Care Costs Under Control in Retirement

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If you’ve been covered by a generous employer group health plan, you may be in for a rude awakening when you retire. Here are some tricks for keeping health care costs under control after you retire.

Although the government may subsidize some of your health care costs under the Medicare program, you will still be responsible for certain out-of-pocket costs. You will want to do everything in your power to prepare for these costs, as well as avoid unnecessary costs like late enrollment penalties, overpriced private plans, and superfluous trips to the doctor.

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Friday, November 22nd was “Pizza & Denim” Day at TFG. We were so obsessed with the pizza that we forgot to take a picture of all of us wearing our jeans! Can you blame us??

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