Aging & Retirement Fact Sheets
The Society of Actuaries is pleased to make available the first in a collection of Fact Sheets highlighting the seminal research that has been conducted under the SOA’s Aging and Retirement Strategic Research Program. The fact sheets summarize the essential points of select research reports with recommendations for further reading. It’s a great way to quickly expand your knowledge and learn more about topics you’re interested in. Come back to this page often, as 1-2 fact sheets will be available every month.
2017 Risks and Process of Retirement Survey
Mortality Improvement Scale MP-2017 Report
Retirement Adequacy in the US: Should we be concerned?
Long-Term Care and the Middle Market: Sizing the Opportunity for New Ways to Finance Long-Term Care
Financial Wellness Essay Collection
Settlement Cost Compared to Going Concern Funding Targets
Securing Future Retirements Essay Collection
U.S. Multiemployer Pension Plan Pending Insolvencies
New CPP Enhancements: What do they mean for Canadian workers and seniors?
Annuities Versus Tontines in the 21st Century
Post-Retirement Experiences of Individuals 85+ Years Old
Contribution Analysis: U.S. Public Pension Plans
Optimizing Retirement Income by Integrating Retirement Plans, IRAs, and Home Equity
Managing the Impact of Long-Term Care Needs and Expense on Retirement Security
Long Term Care Experience Basic Table Development
Long Term Care Intercompany Experience Study-Aggregated Database 2000-2011 Report
The Future of Retirement in China
Contribution Analysis: U.S. Multiemployer Pension Plans
Employer Withdrawal Overview: U.S. Multiemployer Pension Plans
Age Wise Longevity Infographic Series
PBC and PBCR: Two Stress Metrics for U.S. Multiemployer Pension Plans
Managing Retirement Decision Briefs
Understanding and Managing Post-Retirement Risks
Contribution Analysis: U.S. Single Employer Pension Plans
A Conversation on Dementia and Cognitive Decline
A Tale of Two Pension Plans Fast Facts
2019 Risks and Process of Retirement Survey: Report Findings
Fintech and the Retirement Savings System
De-Risking Strategies of Defined Benefit Plans: Empirical Evidence from the United States
Classification of Risk-Sharing in Pension Plans – Canadian Practices and Possibilities Fast Facts
Deep Learning for Liability-Driven Investments Fast Facts
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