The Sightlines Project – Seeing Our Way to Financial Security in the Age of Increased Longevity
The Society of Actuaries (SOA) is pleased to make available research material from the Stanford Center on Longevity (SCL). The SOA was one of several sponsors of this report that focuses on predictions of financial security at different life stages using pertinent findings from the earlier Sightlines report on financial security. Four areas were analyzed: generational shifts in US home ownership, prognosis of Americans’ retirement contributions, Baby Boomer savings and debt, and women’s financial decision making.
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An interactive version of the report is available on the SCL website.
The SOA would like to thank Sam Gutterman and Anna Rappaport for their review of the report.