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Will Your Money Last as Long as You Do?

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In 1984, the average American household spent $2,500 per person annually on health care. In 2018, that number was $5,000. That means costs are 100% higher than they were in 1984.1

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1 Megan Leonhardt. CNBC. Oct. 9, 2019. "Americans now spend twice as much on health care as they did in the 1980s." https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/09/americans-spend-twice-as-much-on-health-care-today-as-in-the-1980s.html. Accessed Oct. 1, 2020.

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