6 Ways to Limit Health Care Costs

Living longer is nice, but paying more for health care isn’t. There are, however, a few strategies you can consider to help limit those rising costs.

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Health care costs have been rising. Part of the reason could be an increased reliance on emergency care, but a lot of it could be chalked up to an aging population. People have a better chance of getting a disease or ailment the longer that they live. In 1960, newborns in the U.S. could expect to live slightly more than 71 years. Now they can expect to live just under 79 years.

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Justin J. Kumar, Investment Adviser Representative
Senior Portfolio Manager, Arlington Capital Management

Justin J. Kumar embraces a proactive, systematic investment management approach with a customized, proprietary system to help guide his clients toward their financial goals.