018: Weekend Reading – Kitces: Are Retiree Health Care Costs Overblown?

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This week, Casey Weade discusses an article from Financial Planning, titled “Kitces: Are Retiree Health Care Costs Overblown?” Listen in as Casey breaks down the article and shares what he thinks!

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