Discover How Healthcare Will Reduce Your 
​Social Security Benefit

​Learn to avoid the hidden pitfalls that could jeopardize your benefit

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Planning for Healthcare Through Retirement

Too often people who are planning for their future aim to cover basic living expenses during retirement on a fixed income. Unfortunately, the costs of healthcare during retirement can put stress on a fixed income.

Retirement planning has many pitfalls, including the lack of attention put towards the financial strain of mandatory healthcare costs. With proper planning now, you can adapt a financial strategy to meet all of your needs throughout retirement and well into your later years. 

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What does traditional Retirement planning miss?

The primary struggle that many experience when planning retirement is that financial advisors and retirement plans focus on the bigger picture. They often provide a single round number that is the goal to sustain you through every month of retirement.

While having a goal is a must, this big-picture focus has let many retiree’s down. One of the most significant failures in retirement planning is allocating for healthcare costs. Most of this is due to the fact that financial planning is flawed in that it simply ignores these mandatory costs. In a nutshell it is simple to understand, the more income you have in retirement, the higher your mandatory costs.

Mandatory Healthcare Costs in Retirement

So what are our mandatory costs in retirement? Any person entering retirement should expect to have the following costs deducted directly from their social security check:

  • Medicare Part B
  • Medicare Part D (optional but suggested):

Everyone knows about Medicare, however most do not know  how you pay for it. Payments for your Medicare benefit come directly out of your social security check. So basically, if you do not Elect to take Medicare, you will either be penalized or not receive a Social Security Benefit.

How much these expenses add up to are calculated using IRMAA.

​What ​on earth is IRMAA?

Coupled with the base costs of the parts of Medicare, we also have IRMAA (Income Related Monthly Adjustment Amount). 

IRMAA basically takes the amount of income you make on a yearly basis in retirement and adjusts your base premiums up or down based on how much income you have.

For example, an individual that is making under $85,000 ​a year and files with a tax status of single can expect to pay $148.00 per month in 2019 for Medicare part A. However if that same individual makes over $85,000 a year the Part B cost increases simple because they make more money.

Simple Rule of thumb. the more money you make in retirement, the more you will pay for your Medicare

Example IRMAA Brackets

Individual MAGI

Couple MAGI

Part B

Part D

< $85,000

< $170,000

Premium

Premium (varies)

$85k - $107k

$170 - $214k

$189.60 

Premium + $12.40

To see the 3 remaining IRMAA Brackets you must purchase the full report

More about deductions from Social Security

So why should someone be concerned about Medicare/healthcare costs and their deductions from Social security? 

Simple. When you retire and you start to receive your social security check, at this point Medicare deductions will taken from your social security check. Depending on your level of income IN retirement, that will dictate how much will be deducted each month from your social security check. As the years go on, more and more is taken from your social security check.

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What to learn more?

These costs are a bit complex which is why we made it simple with Healthcare Retirement planning Report. This Report can help you see your retirement healthcare costs based on your income and illustrate how your Social Security benefit will be affected.

Complete the simple calculator below here to get a free report with a brief explanation of your retirement healthcare options. Once you enter a few pieces of general information, we will provide a report to you for free.

This simple calculator will generate a report that you can take to your financial advisor to plan for your future with realistic expectations.

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