Tags: "insurance"

Blogs & Media

Disability-linked annuities

Care cap won’t boost disability-linked annuities

What is the prospect for DLAs – annuities that pay out a higher income upon individuals reaching an objective threshold of disability – taking-off in light of the Government’s ‘capped cost’ reforms?

February 12, 2013 ×

Blogs & Media

Care funding - read the small print

Care funding: Read the small print

After fully 18 months of reflection since the final report of the Dilnot Commission, the coalition government is today announcing how it wants to see funding for long-term care in England reformed.

February 11, 2013 ×

Blogs & Media

The PM’s ‘enormous’ prediction for LTC insurance

The PM’s ‘enormous’ prediction for LTC insurance

The prime minister argues implementing the capped cost model would change this, and result in an “enormous” insurance market. Is he right?

January 14, 2013 ×

Publications

Paying for Ageing Decision time for households and the state

Paying for Ageing: Decision time for households and the state

A comprehensive analysis of the choices for households and the state as both consider how to pay for ageing. 

November 26, 2012 ×

Publications

The Roadmap Englands choices for the care crisis

The Roadmap: England’s choices for the care crisis

Detailed analysis of the government’s options for addressing England’s care funding crisis.

May 12, 2012 ×

Blogs & Media

Dilnot and the costs of long-term care

Dilnot and the costs of long-term care

Actuaries were naturally excited by the final report of the Dilnot Commission on Funding of Care and Support. It is rare that major public policy proposals are so clearly built around observations on the nature of risk and uncertainty.

November 28, 2011 ×

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