Article preview: Retirement has changed in recent decades, and is likely to continue changing. New research suggests that a new group of retirees is emerging, and set to grow in their dominance over the next 15 years. These retirees, with complex family structures, will have very different retirement planning needs from today’s cohort of retirees. The findings, within a report from insurer Canada Life called Complex Families, Complex Finances, look at a group of retirees with a family situation which complicates their financial needs and planning.
Complex family structures will influence retirement planning
This 607-word blog post considers new research from Canada Life which has identified an emerging and growing group of retirees with complex family structures which will shape their retirement planning. Written on 20th November 2020.
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