Here are some of the latest reports, surveys, and studies related to retirement, including research into managing longevity risk, tontines and mortgage borrowing.

In a paper published in Financial Planning Review, titled Household Financial Planning Strategies for Managing Longevity Risk, the authors examine how longevity risk, in conjunction with other post-retirement risks, impacts retirement consumption decisions and retirement wealth needs.

The researchers write: "We develop a theoretical model that directly examines the relationship between longevity risk and consumption/savings, and empirically test these theoretical implications by simulating retirement outcomes for representative households, including longevity, inflation, investment, health, and long‐term care risks. Our study shows that the top third of households by longevity need approximately 20% more retirement wealth than those households who live only an average life span. Investigations of various risk mitigation strategies suggest that combination strategies, particularly those that include delayed retirement, can significantly reduce the retirement wealth target. This research provides valuable new insights on household financial planning strategies for managing longevity risk."

Read more in Household Financial Planning Strategies for Managing Longevity Risk.

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Here are some of the latest reports, surveys, and studies related to retirement, including research into managing longevity risk, tontines and mortgage borrowing.

In a paper published in Financial Planning Review, titled Household Financial Planning Strategies for Managing Longevity Risk, the authors examine how longevity risk, in conjunction with other post-retirement risks, impacts retirement consumption decisions and retirement wealth needs.

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