How academic research can inform default superannuation fund design and individual financial decision-making
Defined contribution superannuation plans require fund members to make several decisions requiring a high level of financial expertise and participation. Most members do not have the expertise to make such decisions; hence, the onus falls on fund providers to offer default products that make the 'best' decision for their members, In this paper, we demonstrate mathematical tools that can assist in determining optimal decisions for members with various characteristics. We provide a specific...[Show more]
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|Source:||The Australasian Journal of Applied Finance|
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