Monthly Archives: July 2019

Ageing on a University Campus

26/07/2019 We have often heard praise for the benefits of intergenerational housing developments, where older people live alongside families and young workers/students. We have heard criticism of retirement villages, where older people can be cut off from younger generations. And, … Continue reading

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Health insurance – Who is Covered ?

12/07/2019 In an earlier blog, talking about self-funding retirement income, I added insurance to cover medical costs to the ways in which individuals, rather than governments, could contribute to income adequacy. It is estimated that 1.34 million New Zealanders have … Continue reading

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