Alieving Health Care's Bite on Retirement Income

Simon, Javier
November 2016
Plan Sponsor News;11/23/2016, p4
Trade Publication
The article discusses recommendations for plan sponsors and advisers in managing the 10% increment in Medicare Part B premiums and deductibles for 2017 citing the relevance of the Modified Adjusted Gross Income in retirement earnings, and the preference for investment initiatives Roth 401(k) plans, health savings accounts, and lifetime insurance policies.


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