Themed research reports
Aegon Center for Longevity and Retirement spotlights the challenges faced by people in physically demanding employment and provides actionable recommendations to mitigate the risks
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. Find out more in this report published by the Aegon Center for Longevity and Retirement.
It is a myth that only workers retire. Homemakers have just as great a need to prepare and plan for retirement.
The responsibilities of family life often fall primarily on women, leading to time out of the workforce or working part-time. This report examines how these factors put women at risk of being under prepared for retirement.
The Young Pragmatics and Penniless Generation Report reveals a retirement shortfall for employees in their twenties. This is due to a lack of opportunity to save, rather than a lack of will.
This report examines the factors that shape the kind of pension provision employers offer, and how employees value those pensions compared with other benefits such as salary, holiday entitlements, medical and life insurance.