Employer cutbacks are leaving more retirees with Medicare

Employer cutbacks are leaving more retirees with Medicare as their sole source of health insurance once they reach age 65. Unfortunately, Medicare Part A, which covers inpatient hospital care, and Part B, which helps pay for doctors’ services and other outpatient care, typically do not cover all of a retiree’s health care expenses. Because of deductibles, co-payments, and other limitations, there are many “gaps” in coverage.

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