Turning 65 Means A Lot For Americans’ Wallets, Health Spending Study Finds

September 14, 2021


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Policymakers have been talking about lowering the Medicare enrollment age about a year or two from the current number, sixty-five. This change may positively impact those in their early sixties because this group spends a large portion of their disposable income on health care costs.

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