A news release from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) about its recently released 2010 Health Confidence Survey (HCS) said 54% of retired parents reported having the in-depth conversations with their adult children.
Meanwhile, 42% of adult children said they know about how much money their retired parents have, while 63% of the parents said they think their adult children have this information.
The survey was conducted by EBRI and Mathew Greenwald & Associates (see Health Cost Hikes Drive Savings Cutbacks).
More information about the survey results is at http://ebri.org/surveys/hcs/2010/.
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