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Global, March 7, 2017

What women really need...

Lady writing a retirement plan Forget Botox, rejuvenating cream, or gym membership. If women are to age well, they need a retirement plan, and they need to write it down. Today's International Women’s Day may be just the nudge you need to put pen to paper!

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Global, January 31, 2017

The self-employed’s inspiring vision of retirement, if only they'd saved for it

Young self employed The self-employed have a flexible vision of retirement. They plan on working past traditional retirement age, easing into retirement, and fully retiring at an older age.

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Global, January 9, 2017

New year resolve: the secret of a happier, longer life

healthy eating Diabetes, cardiovascular issues and achy joints aren’t inevitable in old age, but can result from youthful excess. Don’t sweat festive overindulgence though – our online fix could change your attitude and your life forever.

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Written by Mike Mansfield, September 30, 2016

Working past 65 – are Clinton and Trump so exceptional, really?

Hillary Clinton wearing a red dress Oh the irony. As we celebrate the 25th United Nations International Day of Older Persons, negative stereotypes of older workers are making headline news, with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump charged as ‘too old for the job’ by some.

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India, August 31, 2016

Indians lead the retirement readiness race

Ticking retirement clock Aegon Life has unveiled its fifth annual Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey. Of the 15 countries surveyed, India leads in retirement readiness and is the only country to score more than 7 in the Aegon Retirement Readiness Index.

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United States, August 23, 2016

Three generations of savers: How do you compare?

Millenial saving for retirement New research evaluating the retirement outlook of American workers highlights a number of issues common to all generations. But there are also some surprising differences...

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Global, July 14, 2016

World’s most admired pension system teeters on its pedestal

Pocket watch Until recently, the Dutch pension system was held up as an example to the world. But while a couple of generations currently enjoy the benefits, an aging population and low interest rates are starting to shake the foundations.

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Global, July 5, 2016

Is your bucket list realistic?

Person paragliding above a lake We all dream of the time in our lives when we’ll have more time to do the things we enjoy - traveling, hobbies or time with the family. And as we’re living increasingly longer, this time might be longer than you ever imagined!

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Global, June 9, 2016

What type of saver are you?

Habitual Saving infographic For some, money simply slips through their fingers – they've already spent the next pay check before it arrives. Others have set themselves the challenge of saving as much money as possible, and stick to it rigorously.

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Paris, June 1, 2016

OECD Forum visitors rethink retirement

OECD Forum Logo Today, the Aegon Center for Longevity and Retirement (ACLR) shared its latest research with visitors to the OECD Forum Discovery Lab.

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