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Retiree Health Benefits

In Brief- Can the Retiree Health Benefits Provided by Your Employer be Cut?
Source: U.S. Department of Labor
Content Type: Website
When people retire, health care benefits can come into question. Some companies allow their employees to keep their benefits after retiring, but others do not have the money to continue paying for health benefits.

AARP Information on Retirement
Source: American Association of Retired Persons Public Policy Institute and American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging.
Content Type: Website
Research reports and news releases related to retirement benefits.

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Health Care