As we get older and our risk of dying increases, we are less likely to work. How has that changed over time, and what could that mean for pensions or superannuation? 914 more words
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Another in our occasional series where we focus on a particular age at work situation in another country. Today’s spotlight is on Ireland where there is a statutory retirement age (generally 65) for members of the public service. 303 more words
"For The Moment, The Ghost Of FDR Must Be Smiling": 2016 Is Turning Into A Historically Great Year For Social Security
Not that very long ago, Republicans were almost universally united in favor of a strategy of “entitlement reform” that included various benefit cuts — some overt, like changes in the formula for cost-of-living adjustments, and some indirect, like retirement-age increases — in Social Security. 473 more words
LASU’s Vice Chancellor, Prof. Olanrewaju Adigun Fagbohun, clarified the issue, says there is no case of trying to force professors out. 312 more words
For young people joining the world of work today, a life of leisure is looking further off than ever.
A recent report by Royal London found that the average 22 year old – making the minimum statutory contribution – would need to work until the age of 77 to enjoy the kind of ‘gold standard’ pensions sixtysomethings are claiming today. 114 more words