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Baby Boomers - Medicare will not Cover our Long-Term Healthcare Expenses

September 12th, 2016
[VIDEO] Most Baby Boomers have the idea that Medicare would cover our long-term care expenses. It is just not so.

Baby Boomers -
Medicare will not Cover our
Long-Term Healthcare Expenses

Most Baby Boomers believe that Medicare will cover our long-term healthcare expenses.

It is just not so.

So Baby Boomers may want to consider options for private insurance.



Only about 10% of Baby Boomers who should consider long term care insurance, actually have bought it or even considering it. 

Baby Boomers need to consider the necessary expense of getting additional long term care insurance when budgeting our retirement.

Reciently the Social Security Commissioner, Michael J. Astrue, made clear the wording of the Social Security Statement — found at http://www.socialsecurity.gov/mystatement/.

The section titled “About Social Security and Medicare” reads as follows:
“Social Security pays retirement, disability, family and survivors benefits. Medicare, a separate program run by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, helps pay for inpatient hospital care, nursing care, doctors’ fees, drugs and other medical services and supplies to people age 65 and older, as well as to people who have been receiving Social Security disability benefits for two years or more. Medicare does not pay for long-term care, so you may want to consider options for private insurance.”

It is vital for millions of American Baby Boomers to do what the statement says.  Paying for long-term care is beyond the scope of Medicare. It’s also beyond the scope of ordinary health insurance. Bottom line: Baby Boomers are responsible for providing our own long-term health-care and need to consider this expense when budgeting our retirement.

Your Medicare Coverage
Welcome to the Medicare Coverage section of http://www.medicare.gov. This section provides information about your health care benefits in the Original Medicare plan (sometimes referred to as "fee-for-service").

Medicare Long-Term Healh-care Planning Tool
Example: Long-Term Care Projected Costs
(Baby Boomer. Age 57, Good Health, No Existing Conditions)
People with similar long-term care needs spent an average of $218,074 in their lifetime.

Your responses to the questions on the previous pages have been compared to the long-term care experience of over 40,000 people in a national survey.

The results of that comparison show that for every 100 people with similar histories:
39 people required long-term care and spent an average of $218,074 in their lifetime
61 people used no long-term care services in their lifetime

Of those 39 people who required long-term care services:
9 people spent less than $50,000
7 people spent between $50,000 and $100,000
12 people spent between $100,000 and $250,000
11 people spent more than $250,000

People with similar histories who used long-term care services used an average of: 
6,475 hours of informal care from friends and family
814 hours of formal care from home care providers
680 days of assisted living or nursing care

Bottom line: Baby Boomers are responsible for providing our own long-term health-care and need to consider this expense when budgeting our retirement.

If you find that this is of concern to you and may not be able to afford good long-term healthcare in your retirement budget, you might want to consider retiring in another country with a comparable standard of living to the United States and with a high quality - low cost healthcare system like that found in Costa Rica.

Learn more about retiring in Costa Rica with its low cost of living and quality healthcare system.

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