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Did you know that Nevada is ranked as 5th out of the Top 10 most expensive states for retiree health care?

If you’re on the verge of retirement, unless you have the world’s largest golden parachute, you’re probably at least a little bit worried about how much you’ll end up paying for health care once you’ve actually retired.

Even with Medicare’s help, health care premiums aren’t exactly cheap, but there can be a shockingly large difference between what you might pay for your Medicare coverage in one state and what the same premiums might cost you elsewhere.

Nevada: Retirees in the Silver State will find themselves spending a fair amount of that silver to pay their healthcare premiums, which will cost them $151,014 over 20 years.

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