Publisher : Korean Data and Information Science Society
DOI : 10.7465/jkdi.2015.26.6.1199
Title & Authors
A study on the financial structures for the old age preparations in Korea Park, Dong In; Cho, Kil Ho;
into aging is the most rapidly increasing among the OECD countries. Consequently, this study aims at analyzing the forms of portfolio establishment by group, the factors affecting the old age preparation, and the presence of middle-aged households` preparation for the old ages in order to forestall social problems like the poverty ration of elderly that have been caused by the rapidly aging society. The result shows that the portfolio for the old age preparation can be expanded if a combination product of finance and real estate is developed as a means of old age preparation. Upon the results of the study above, it can be seen that the old age preparations differ according to not only the demographic elements, but also the extent to how much resources one holds. Especially, the various factors affecting the holding resources vary householder by household depending on whether they prepare for the old ages or not.
Asset;middle-aged class;old age preparations;retirement;
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