LTCI

  • Milliman & The Helper Bees To Offer Innovative LTC Solution For Aging-In-Place Payers & Policyholders
    Milliman & The Helper Bees To Offer Innovative LTC Solution For Aging-In-Place Payers & Policyholders

    LTC collaboration combines predictive analytics to offer support to high-risk policyholders

    Milliman, Inc., one of the premier global consulting and actuarial firms, today announced that its Long-Term Care Advanced Risk Analytics (LARA) group has formed a strategic alliance with The Helper Bees, a care concierge program, to offer an innovative long-term care (LTC) solution to payers and plan sponsors.
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  • Although 82% of Americans Say Past Year Impacted Their Retirement Plans, They Are Cautiously Confident
    Although 82% of Americans Say Past Year Impacted Their Retirement Plans, They Are Cautiously Confident

    Americans split on how long it will take to get back on track, ranging from 1 - 4+ years

    As more than one year has passed since the start of the pandemic and with the increasing availability of vaccines, many Americans are focusing on the future, including sizing up their prospects for retirement. The need is real.
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  • The ‘Peak 65’ Challenge: A New Retirement Security Framework
    The ‘Peak 65’ Challenge: A New Retirement Security Framework

    Economic report reveals the need for collective action to meet Americans’ retirement income needs

    The Alliance for Lifetime Income, a non-profit consumer education organization, today published a new economic report that spotlights how underprepared millions of baby boomers are for today’s retirement realities and proposes ideas for a new retirement security framework as we approach a historic demographic milestone in the US.
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  • Retirement Catch 22, Struggling To Save
    Retirement Catch 22, Struggling To Save

    Just 26% of Americans near or at retirement age have enough saved for retirement

    According to the new U.S. Retirement Survey released today by Schroders, saving for the future is among the top three activities Americans have devoted more attention to since the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis that began over a year ago.
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  • Retirees Reduce Spending As They Age
    Retirees Reduce Spending As They Age

    Tend to be flexible about their spending, with asset preservation driving their behavior

    T. Rowe Price, a global investment management firm and a leader in retirement, has published a white paper analyzing retiree spending habits, and found that retiree spending declines annually by 2%. This finding is significant because conventional retirement income planning assumes that retirees want to maintain a certain standard of living or a certain level…
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  • 77 Percent Of Americans Support Pensions For All Workers
    77 Percent Of Americans Support Pensions For All Workers

    They understand that pensions offer more than retirement security

    A new national survey finds that 77 percent of Americans agree that all workers, not just those working for state and local government, should have a pension. And even though the nation is deeply divided on many other issues, support for pensions is consistent across party lines. Eighty percent of Democrats, 75 percent of Republicans…
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  • Many Americans Now Aspire To Retire By 55
    Many Americans Now Aspire To Retire By 55

    Workplace retirement plan participation up along with an anticipation of increasing number of income sources

    Full-time retirement is making a resurgence at an earlier age with one third (38%) of current U.S. pre-retirees[1] currently under age 54, and an estimated 11.5M households with breadwinners under age 55 saying they “Aspire to Retire by 55,” according to a new report by Hearts & Wallets, the research and benchmarking firm that specializes…
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  • Significant Numbers Of Americans Are Now Deeply Concerned About Their Financial Future
    Significant Numbers Of Americans Are Now Deeply Concerned About Their Financial Future

    They’re still saving at record levels, but how and why they save has changed

    A recent survey of over 1,000 Americans conducted on behalf of SaveBetter.com indicates the pandemic has prompted Americans to reconsider how they approach their own finances, with uncertainty over retirement being a dire concern.
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  • Guide To Retirement
    Guide To Retirement

    Analyzing key issues impacting retirement planning in 2021

    J.P. Morgan Asset Management today released the 2021 Guide to Retirement, examining the most significant issues impacting retirement, including current challenges and opportunities and the tools needed to support planning conversations.
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  • Diverging Attitudes About Lifetime Income
    Diverging Attitudes About Lifetime Income

    On the heels of 2020, new perceptions are emerging about our perceptions of retirement security

    On the heels of 2020, new perceptions are emerging about our perceptions of retirement security Excerpts from a new study by Cannex and Greenwald Research reveal how our new pandemic exacerbated an existing one: adequate retirement preparedness. Read the full report here. COVID-19 has created turmoil across the globe and for those of us concerned…
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