Monthly Archives: August 2016

Decumulation and the three Ds

Judith Davey In a previous blog I mentioned the current Review of Retirement Income Policy. Among its terms of reference is the requirement to look at “decumulation and how retirees manage their assets”. Decumulation – it is not even in … Continue reading

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Older people as caregivers – a new report from Massey University

Judith Davey August 2016 Unpaid caring work is an essential part of our society; without it the demands which could be placed on government-provided services – and the taxpayer – would be unsustainable. But such work is undervalued and under … Continue reading

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