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Dinali Wijeratne – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • women millennials perceptions of pension savings through the use of Autoenrollment in the uk pension system
    Journal of Women & Aging, 2019
    Co-Authors: Liam Foster, Martin Heneghan, Dinali Wijeratne

    Abstract:

    ABSTRACTThere has been concern about younger people, and women in particular, not saving enough for retirement and how to encourage further saving. Therefore, this study—partly funded by the Fawcett Society in association with Scottish Widows—explores female millennials’ attitudes and motivations toward pension saving and automatic enrollment through the use of 40 semistructured interviews and a focus group. The findings show that although the introduction of Autoenrollment pensions is generally positively received, pensions knowledge is still limited, and this intensifies the risk of undersaving for retirement among millennial women, particularly given women’s diverse work histories.

Liam Foster – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • women millennials perceptions of pension savings through the use of Autoenrollment in the uk pension system
    Journal of Women & Aging, 2019
    Co-Authors: Liam Foster, Martin Heneghan, Dinali Wijeratne

    Abstract:

    ABSTRACTThere has been concern about younger people, and women in particular, not saving enough for retirement and how to encourage further saving. Therefore, this study—partly funded by the Fawcett Society in association with Scottish Widows—explores female millennials’ attitudes and motivations toward pension saving and automatic enrollment through the use of 40 semistructured interviews and a focus group. The findings show that although the introduction of Autoenrollment pensions is generally positively received, pensions knowledge is still limited, and this intensifies the risk of undersaving for retirement among millennial women, particularly given women’s diverse work histories.

John A. Turner – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Extending pension coverage: Tax versus non-tax incentives
    Acta Informatica, 2020
    Co-Authors: Joanna Rutecka-gora, Jaroslav Vostatek, John A. Turner

    Abstract:

    This paper compares the design, cost and effectiveness of three voluntary approaches for increasing pension coverage. The first facilitates plan features designed to attract workers. The second provides tax and other financial incentives. The third mandates Autoenrollment of workers with opt out. The non-tax incentives of plan features in the United States have had little effect on increasing coverage. Generous tax incentives in Germany and Czechia have raised coverage but are costly. Mandatory Autoenrollment with opt out in the United Kingdom has achieved the highest coverage rate of the three approaches.