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If you don’t have $250,000 to spare, how to pay for long-term medical bills

If you want to have a healthy retirement, there’s a big wild card you need to be prepared for: health care expenses. A 65-year-old couple will need an estimated $260,000 to pay for unreimbursed medical expenses through retirement — and that doesn’t include long-term care, according to Fidelity Investments. Watch my TODAY segment below for how to plan — and how to pay.


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