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Governments alone cannot bridge the gaps and support affordable housing for seniors. shutterstock

Social impact investment can help retirees get the housing and care they need

Any significant decline in home ownership or equity in a home impacts higher care needs: older people will not have an asset to sell to fund the bonds required to enter aged care accommodation.
The changes to the cap on non-concessional contributions is one of the features of the latest superannuation reform proposals. www.shutterstock.com

Winners and losers from the government’s compromise on superannuation

The Coalition has reached a compromise to get its superannuation reform past its own party, but the changes will make it harder for women and older workers.
Research shows that poor and wealthy retirees spend about the same during their retirement. www.shutterstock.com

Poor and rich retirees spend about the same

Giving rich households superannuation concessions is not justified according to new research which says these retirees spend as much as their poorer counterparts.
Most Americans will be pinching pennies after they retire. Retirement pennies via www.shutterstock.com

Why are so many Americans struggling to save for retirement?

The presidential candidates are largely ignoring one of the biggest economic issues facing Americans: more than half are struggling to save enough for retirement.
But when academics retire it’s far from clear what this means. Sal/Flickr

Can academics ever really retire?

When your local butcher or grocer retires, it’s perfectly clear what this means. They are no longer there in the shop when you next go in. Someone else has taken over, or the shop has changed to another…

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