Retirement health insurance choices are becoming more complex with the final implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) this fall. That means retirees and near retirees have a growing list of questions about the new insurance exchanges and changes in Medicare, and they are posing them to financial advisors. But many advisors don’t feel equipped to guide their clients to the right solutions, says Dr. Kathryn McCabe Votava, a nurse practitioner, health care economist and founder ... Freemium Content

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