The University of Illinois has launched the Academy for Home Equity and Financial Planning to help build a top down and bottom up study of how home equity can help with retirement income.
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The Academy of Home Equity in Financial Planning focuses on smart use of housing wealth
by Jessica Guerin on May 16, 2019
As defined benefit plans and pensions become a thing of the past, researchers continue to extoll home equity’s critical role in retirement income planning.
For some time, a group of academics and financial planning professionals have sought to spread that message, forming the Funding Longevity Task Force to drive this mission and working in partnership with the American College of Financial Services.
Now, that task force has a new name and a new academic institution to back it. Full article may be found here
Funding Longevity Task Force Gets New Name and Home, Adds Karin Hill
by Chris Clow on May 14, 2019
The organization previously known as the Funding Longevity Task Force, which had recently moved out of the American College of Financial Services, has found a new home with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), along with a new identity created to more closely align with the academic nature of its mission.
Full story here