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Nationwide: advisors need to talk with clients about healthcare costs in retirement

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Most advisors say that having discussions about health care costs in retirement helps to keep clients loyal, according to a new report.

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. published this finding in a summary of results from its 2012 Financial Advisors and Health Care Costs Study. Conducted online in July by Harris Interactive Inc., the survey polled 501 financial advisors who count among at least 50 percent their clients individuals with $250,000 or more in investable assets.

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