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2016 Aegon Retirement Readiness Report

Retirement age increases receive lukewarm appeal

Retirement age increases receive lukewarm appeal The global 2016 Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey is one of the largest of its kind, covering 15 countries. In the survey's fifth year it finds that progress in retirement planning has been ‘slow and uneven’ across countries. The report, ‘A Retirement Wake-Up Call’, provides a trend analysis of the nine countries who have taken part in the annual survey since 2012, with further data revealed this year from a total 15 countries.


Retirement planning needs digital tools

Retirement planning needs digital tools The global 2016 Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey is one of the largest of its kind, covering 15 countries. In the survey's fifth year it finds that progress in retirement planning has been ‘slow and uneven’ across countries. The report, ‘A Retirement Wake-Up Call’, provides a trend analysis of the nine countries who have taken part in the annual survey since 2012, with further data revealed this year from a total 15 countries.


Possible risks in the retirement drawdown phase

People still expect governments to play the biggest part in funding retirement The global 2016 Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey is one of the largest of its kind, covering 15 countries. In the survey's fifth year it finds that progress in retirement planning has been ‘slow and uneven’ across countries. The report, ‘A Retirement Wake-Up Call’, provides a trend analysis of the nine countries who have taken part in the annual survey since 2012, with further data revealed this year from a total 15 countries.


People turn to friends and family for retirement advice

People turn to friends and family for retirement advice The global 2016 Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey is one of the largest of its kind, covering 15 countries. In the survey's fifth year it finds that progress in retirement planning has been ‘slow and uneven’ across countries. The report, ‘A Retirement Wake-Up Call’, provides a trend analysis of the nine countries who have taken part in the annual survey since 2012, with further data revealed this year from a total 15 countries.


How to make retirement plans inclusive by design

How to make retirement plans inclusive by design The global 2016 Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey is one of the largest of its kind, covering 15 countries. In the survey's fifth year it finds that progress in retirement planning has been ‘slow and uneven’ across countries. The report, ‘A Retirement Wake-Up Call’, provides a trend analysis of the nine countries who have taken part in the annual survey since 2012, with further data revealed this year from a total 15 countries.


Aegon Retirement Readiness Index (ARRI)2016

People still expect governments to play the biggest part in funding retirement The Aegon Retirement Readiness Index (ARRI) is a 'retirement readiness' score on a scale of 0-10, with 10 being the highest, indicating how prepared a person is for retirement. The latest ARRI is taken from the global 2016 Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey, one of the largest of its kind, covering 15 countries.


People still expect governments to play the biggest part in funding retirement

People still expect governments to play the biggest part in funding retirement The global 2016 Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey is one of the largest of its kind, covering 15 countries. In the survey's fifth year it finds that progress in retirement planning has been ‘slow and uneven’ across countries. The report, ‘A Retirement Wake-Up Call’, provides a trend analysis of the nine countries who have taken part in the annual survey since 2012, with further data revealed this year from a total 15 countries.


What life events prompt people to start saving for retirement

What life events prompt people to start saving for retirement? The global 2016 Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey is one of the largest of its kind, covering 15 countries. In the survey's fifth year it finds that progress in retirement planning has been ‘slow and uneven’ across countries. The report, ‘A Retirement Wake-Up Call’, provides a trend analysis of the nine countries who have taken part in the annual survey since 2012, with further data revealed this year from a total 15 countries.