Sustainable Retirement: A Look At Consumer Desires

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Dr Jon D. Stanford; Michael Drew; Bill Stanhope;
(2003)

This paper examines the findings of the research project, 'Retirement Savings: Drivers and Desires', commissioned by the Investment and Financial Services Association Ltd (IFSA) in 2001. The paper investigates retirement savings decision-making and retirement income pro... View more
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