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The Role of Private Sector Annuities Markets in an Individual Accounts Reform of a Public Pension Plan [electronic resource] Mackenzie, G. A..

Author/Creator:
Mackenzie, G. A.
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Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2002.
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Government document
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1 online resource (59 p.)
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IMF Working Papers; Working Paper No. 02/161.
IMF Working Papers; Working Paper No. 02/161
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Accumulated savings. (search)
Actuarial assumptions. (search)
Actuarial science. (search)
Additional pension. (search)
Annuities markets. (search)
Annuity market. (search)
Annuity markets. (search)
Annuity payment. (search)
Annuity payments. (search)
Annuity providers. (search)
Annuity purchase. (search)
Annuity purchases. (search)
Applications. (search)
Arbitrage. (search)
Average pension. (search)
Basic pension. (search)
Benefit pension. (search)
Bond rate. (search)
Brokerage fees. (search)
Company pension. (search)
Contribution pension. (search)
Deferred annuities. (search)
Deferred annuity. (search)
Defined contributions. (search)
Defined-benefit pension. (search)
Defined-contribution pension. (search)
Deposit insurance. (search)
Disability insurance. (search)
Disability pension. (search)
Earnings history. (search)
Earnings-related pension. (search)
Financial systems. (search)
Future income. (search)
Future payments. (search)
Health care. (search)
Indexed annuities. (search)
Indexed annuity. (search)
Indexed bonds. (search)
Individual account. (search)
Individual account systems. (search)
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Summary:
Pension reforms that establish individual accounts will diminish the relative importance of the traditional state pension while creating a significant role for individual accounts in providing income for retirement. This paper surveys the policy issues this new role entails. It offers general advice to countries considering such issues as the restrictions to be placed on the timing, extent, and form of withdrawals from individual accounts and the need for mandatory annuitization (conversion into annuities) of accumulated account balances. The paper also considers the role that private annuity markets should play and related regulatory, social safety net, tax, and administrative questions.
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Contributor:
Mackenzie, G. A.
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ISBN:
1451857829:
9781451857825
ISSN:
1018-5941
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781451857825.001
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