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Two of the main decisions in retirement planning are asset allocation and consumption. In this study employing a Constant Relative Risk Aversion utility function in the dynamic programming framework; firstly we analyze the optimal decisions in retirement planning both during working life and in retirement with allowing for taxation effects. Then the impact of the existing taxation and social security structure, in particular the age pension, on the optimal decisions is analyzed. Policy implications, particularly taking into account the introduction of the CIPR regime, are discussed.
Adam Butt BCom, MHE, FIAA, SFHEA, PhD Associate Professor in Actuarial Studies and Statistics Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics ANU College of Business and Economics Australian National University Canberra ACT 2601