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Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
Leqembi shows some promise, but is not eligible for price negotiation until 2036 at the earliest.
In the wake of COVID, Canadians say they are less likely to opt for a nursing home.
More older adults are carrying college debt, and delinquencies can reduce Social Security benefits. 
Around retirement, people are more likely to move near family to look after grandkids.
Alternatives have not increased overall returns, but may have reduced volatility.
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The U.S. Social Security Administration, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Anna-Maria & Stephen Kellen Foundation, Bank of America, Equable Institute, the Government Finance Officers Association, Jackson National Life Insurance Company, the RRF Foundation for Aging, the Pew Charitable Trusts, TIAA Institute, and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Thanks to members of our research partnership program:
AARP, Bank of America, Capital Group, First Eagle Investments, State Street Global Advisors, TIAA Institute, and Transamerica Institute.
Alicia H. Munnell

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