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Hi-Ho Silver Lining

“If you are 65 now, then you really ought to bank on living to at least 86 as a man, and 89 as a woman. That is the new average according to the handy Stats NZ life expectancy calculator.”  John McCrone  The New Longevity Much food for thought in an interesting recent Stuff article on… Continue reading Hi-Ho Silver Lining

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Muddle-earth: Confusing the Ages of Retirement and Superannuation

“There's going to be fewer workers, and more retirees. If you look at the maths, it doesn't look good. Something has to be done. Raising the retirement age, at some stage, is, I think, inevitable." Cameron Bagrie, Bagrie Economics Cameron Bagrie, the former chief economist of ANZ,  recently said that  raising the retirement age is… Continue reading Muddle-earth: Confusing the Ages of Retirement and Superannuation

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Silververve: Keeping spry and useful

“ … As you move toward late middle age, you start to worry: is gossip enough to keep me cerebrally spry? The awful spectre of dementia looms over the horizon. How to stave it off? Ideas! The more educated you are, the better your odds of beating dementia even as you get older … This… Continue reading Silververve: Keeping spry and useful