Planning For Future State: Forces for Change in Retirement Security Part IIplanned to fund the kind of at-home care and ultimately nursing home care she was going to need. My mother ... for whatever need, whether that be child care, dependent care, starting their own business, going back ...
Description: This presentation is Part II of a two part series arranged by the Society of Actuaries Futurism Section. Part I discussed the demographic changes, business restructurings, changing social values, and changing government roles that are predicted to occur in the next 20 years. Part II discusses the effects these changes are expected have on retirement plans and retirement security. From the Record of the Society of Actuaries Vol. 20, No. 3A.Hide
- Authors: Paul A Gewirtz, Robert W Ryan, Patricia Scahill, Edith Weiner, Mathew Greenwald, Carolyn Grillo
- Date: Jun 1994
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Demography>Gender factors; Pensions & Retirement>Plan design