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And what he found was this: “Given an average Social Security retirement benefit of $1,294/month (in 2014), a 10-year Treasury rate hovering somewhere around 2% (at the time of Kitces’ writing), assumed inflation of 3%, and a life expectancy (according to Social Security’s own 2010 Period Life Table) for someone who’s already reached age 66 (full retirement age (FRA) for today’s retirees) of approximately 17 years for a male and 20 years for a female, the average ‘lump sum’ value of Social Security is about $280,000 for males and $335,000 for females. At a maximum Social Security benefit of $2,642/month (for those who maxxed out the Social Security wage base for 35 years), the value of Social Security amounts to about $572,000 for men and $683,000 for women.” In other words, the lump sum value of Social Security for a couple retiring at FRA would be $615,000, which is more than enough to cover the $275,000 Fidelity estimates that couple needs to pay for health care in retirement. Of course, the trouble with this plan is that couples would need to make sure they have enough assets and income to cover all other expenditures in retirement, such as housing, food, transportation and the like. And that might be a push given that many — even those who have been saving 30 years — don’t have enough saved to fund their desired standard of living. Consider someone in their 60s who had participated in a 401(k) plan for 30 years had, at year-end 2015, an average account balance of more than $280,000 among participants in their 60s with more than 30 years of tenure, an amount that could be earmarked entirely for a couple’s health care costs. And the average 401(k) balance for someone in their 60s was $123,000, which is roughly what one person would need set aside to pay for health care costs in retirement. Some workers might have the luxury of using their health savings account (HSA) to fund health care expenses in retirement. HSAs are paired with high-deductible health plans (HDHP), which often have lower monthly insurance premiums than traditional health plan offerings, and, according to Fidelity’s release, include these key tax benefits: contributions go in tax-free, balances and savings can be withdrawn tax-free for medical costs. What else is worth knowing about Fidelity’s study? Most workers forget how much health care costs Corporate employees are largely unaware of the costs they and their employers are paying for health care, said Michael Lonier, a retirement-income planner with Lonier Financial Advisory. “Much of the cost is hidden in their payroll deductions,” he said.

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El de Charles Darwin, un médico acomodado, decidió que estudiara medicina en la Universidad de Edimburgo, pero allí descubrió Charles que lo que verdaderamente le gustaba era la historia natural. Pensó entonces en convertirlo en párroco anglicano, profesión ejercida por varios familiares y que aseguraba una vida cómoda y mucho tiempo libre a los aficionados, como Charles, a la historia natural, la literatura o la caza. Con la intención de prepararlo para clérigo, lo matriculó en un Grado «ordinario» de la Universidad de Cambridge, con un currículo basado en tres materias: matemáticas, teología y literatura clásica. Charles, aunque era un alumno aplicado, volvió a dedicar la mayor parte de su tiempo a la historia natural, convirtiéndose en el mejor alumno del reverendo y botánico John Henslow (H. en adelante), del Trinity College, con quien mantuvo una interesante correspondencia antes y durante los cinco años de su vuelta al mundo, iniciada cuando contaba 22 años, a bordo del famoso bergantín Beagle, un viaje realizado a expensas de su padre (quien pagó anticipadamente 100 libras por dos años de alimentación al capitán FitzRoy, un prestigioso marino pocos meses mayor que Charles). «Las Cartas del Beagle: Charles Darwin» (Fondo de Cultura Económica, México, 2014) recopila la correspondencia entre Darwin y su mentor H., junto con las cartas intercambiadas con la familia y amigos, algunas de ellas más que curiosas, valga como muestra el siguiente comentario a su hermana Caroline (24/10/1832), relativo a su estancia en Buenos Aires: «Nuestra diversión mayor era andar cabalgando y admirando a las damas españolas. Después de ver a uno de estos ángeles deslizándose por las calles, musitábamos involuntariamente: "qué bobas que son las inglesas que no saben caminar ni vestirse". Y al mismo tiempo, qué feo suena Miss junto a Señorita. Lo siento por todas ustedes, pero a toda la tribu [en referencia a sus hermanas y amigas] le haría mucho bien venir a Buenos Aires».

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