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Asset accumulation and lifestage: an analysis of the wealth of households as they approach and pass the retirement age

Publication date

2003

Abstract

Using analysis of the British Household Panel Survey, this report explores how many people have reasonable asset bases, how are these distributed among the population and how are they split between liquid and illiquid assets, such as housing.

Subjects

Older People, Pensions, and Savings And Assets

Links

http://www.ilcuk.org.uk/files/pdf_pdf_12.pdf


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