Webinar: Planning for Health Care in Retirement – May 18

Webinar: Planning for Health Care in Retirement: HealthView Services’ 2016 Retirement Health Care Costs Data Report

Date: Wednesday, May 18, noon – 1 pm ET

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Driven by health care inflation and cost shifting, medical expenses will cost far more than most retirees imagine according to HealthView Services’ new 2016 Retirement Health Care Costs Data Report. Outlining the drivers of rising health care costs, it notes that Income Replacement Ratio-based savings will only cover a portion of these expenses.

In this webinar, Ron Mastrogiovanni, Founder and CEO of HealthView Services, will discuss the often surprising findings of the report and outline strategies to plan for, manage, and even reduce these costs. Learn how sharing information about future health care costs drives clients to save more to address this fundamental need.

Ron Mastrogiovanni, President & CEO, HealthView Services

Ron Mastrogiovanni is President and CEO of HealthView Services and has more than 25 years of experience in management consulting, financial services and health care software design. He is responsible for developing the HealthView platform, a solution-based planning system that integrates health care cost projections, Medicare means testing, long-term care expenses and Social Security optimization into the retirement planning process.

Ron currently serves as a state Health Policy Commissioner for the State of Massachusetts and on the board of directors of the Retirement Income Industry Association. Prior to HealthView, Ron was the co-founder of FundQuest, one of the first fee-based asset management firms providing financial institutions with wealth management solutions.

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Note that attendance at the webinar counts towards required CE for RIIA’s RMA® designation. One webinar = 1 hour of credit.

For RIIA institutional members, all employees within the company are RIIA members and can take advantage of this member benefit.

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