Generation veXed: solving the retirement puzzle

torsdag, 23 januar 2020

This report compares the financial wellness of Generation X to the preceding generation, Baby Boomers and the following generation Millennials. It explores the risks they face in later life and how policy, industry and employer interventions could mitigate these risks.

Without collective action from policy-makers, industry and employers, people in Generation X are more likely to have difficulty achieving an adequate, flexible and sustainable income in retirement than their parents’ generation, difficulty which risks being sustained by generations that follow.