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We've explored the different retirement journeys people follow and created resources and expert insights, highlighting the challenges and opportunities for advisers.

Retirement is changing.

The way people spend their time and money is evolving and it's impacting retirement journeys.

Our research1 in partnership with forecasting specialists Trajectory, looks at the key trends shaping retirement now, and what this means for the future. We've explored the different retirement journeys people follow and created resources and expert insights, highlighting the challenges and opportunities for advisers.

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Complex Families, Complex Finances

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An introduction to the Retirement Journeys

An overall look at the changing shape of retirement

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Explores our 'Changing Shape of Retirement' research and steps to take to deliver the best outcomes for clients.

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1. Source: Research for Canada Life was conducted in partnership with Trajectory, a strategic futures consultancy. It uses horizon scanning to identify the key trends shaping retirement now and in the future (to 2035), to identify a series of new models of retirement or journeys through later life.