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New Research From EBRI: New Estimates Update Retiree Health Savings Needs
Date:6/10/2009

WASHINGTON, June 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) today published a newly updated set of estimates of the amount of money individuals and couples will need to cover certain health care expenses in retirement. The new estimates attempt to provide current information to allow men, women, and couples deal with the financial consequences of longevity and investment risk, as well as the various types of medical care coverage available when they reach age 65.

The new estimates, published in the June 2009 EBRI Notes, use a Monte Carlo (random) simulation model to estimate the amount of savings needed to cover health insurance premiums and out-of-pocket health care expenses in retirement. The full report is available online at www.ebri.org

Separate estimates are presented for men, women, and couples who supplement Medicare with employment-based retiree health benefits, and for those who use a combination of individual health insurance through Medigap and Medicare Part D outpatient drug coverage.

In each case, estimates are presented for individuals and couples to determine the assets needed to cover retiree health costs 50 percent, 75 percent, and 90 percent of the time. The estimates vary widely, depending on how much risk the individual or couple is willing to assume. For example, the amount of money needed to cover these costs under "average" conditions (the 50 percent figure) is much smaller than the 90 percent figure; however, in the 50 percent case, assets will be insufficient half of the time, as opposed to only 10 percent of the time under the higher figure.

The new estimates reflect increases in health care costs over the past year. For those seeking an average (50 percent) chance of having enough money for health care in retirement, these estimates are about 9 percent hi
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