Marking milestones

Basu, Somnath
August 2007
Employee Benefit News;Aug2007, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p56
The article focuses on retirement planning that pursues an age-banded approach, in which individuals undergo various lifestyle changes during retirement that last for finite or age-banded periods. The age-banded model of retirement planning provides an accurate portrayal of retirement expenses and allows easier incorporation of long-term care insurance and reduces funding needs. Retirement costs in the age-banded model are categorized based on taxes, living expenses and health care.


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