|Genworth 2013 Cost of Care Survey||April 2013|
For the tenth consecutive year, Genworth has surveyed the cost of long term care across the U.S. helping families evaluate options to address the increasing cost of long term care. The survey was conducted by CareScout®, a Genworth company that helps families with their long term care needs and provides eldercare guidance. The most comprehensive study of its kind, Genworth’s 2013 Cost of Care Survey covers nearly 15,300 long term care providers in 437 regions nationwide.
|The Consumer Security and Vulnerability Index||1st Quarter, 2013|
This is the fifth edition of the "Genworth Index". This edition of the Index tracks consumer financial security and vulnerability in 14 countries in Europe, five in Latin America, as well as China, in a survey of over 13,000 households.
|Life Insurance Calculator||2011|
Use the Life Insurance Calculator to help you determine the amount of life insurance coverage you'll need to help secure your family's financial future.
|Life Insurance Budget Calculator||2011|
Use the Life Insurance Budget Calculator to see how life insurance can have a big impact on your family's financial security.
|Let's Talk about Long Term Care||January 2011|
Let’s Talk is a set of useful tools and conversations that can make a difference for individuals planning for long term care. The report addresses having these difficult conversations with loved ones and how to plan accordingly.
|Planning for Long Term Care||November 2010|
Genworth, in collaboration with Age Wave, the nation’s preeminent authority on retirement and the aging of America, launched a study called “Our Family, Our Future: The Heart of Long Term Care Planning.” This study is a comprehensive exploration of the hopes, worries, and needs of families regarding their lifetime health and financial independence and identifies steps to help achieve a financial sense of security.
|My Money, My FutureSM Program||November 2010|
My Money, My FutureSM is an educational initiative designed to help students and teachers better understand personal finance and economics, while supporting the use of cutting-edge technology in the classroom as a powerful teaching tool.
|Let's Talk about Life||November 2010|
Let’s Talk is a set of useful tools and conversations that help individuals who are evaluating their need for life insurance. The report addresses dealing with life’s big decisions and tips and insights for handling those situations.
|2009 Long Term Care Symposium||September 2009|
Genworth Financial's Long Term Care Symposium was held to discuss and evaluate public policy issues governing long term care in the U.S. The event emphasized the need for a national long term care strategy including funding, education and support for the caregiver.
|Anglo-Flexicurity: Insuring Against Unemployment in the UK||05/01/2009|
Findings from the report show that an opportunity exists to improve the support that workers receive between jobs by taking a fresh look at products, such as Payment Protection Insurance. One of the options for doing this would be to develop a system similar to that in Denmark, known as Flexicurity and to automatically enroll new workers into insurance schemes through their employer.
|Financial Security Risk Study in the UK||November 2008|
"Exposed?" a report focusing on risks to financial security from the Personal Finance Research Centre, University of Bristol, reveals how risks cluster together in ways that leave people extremely exposed to the worst consequences of the economic downturn.
|The Challenges of Long Term Care: A Workforce to Care for Our Aging||April 2008|
There is a looming gap between the number of people who are projected to need long term care services and the number of workers available to provide care and services. In 2008, Genworth examined how families will face difficult choices as they find a way to balance careers, family and other priorities while providing care for loved ones.
|The Future of Long Term Care in America||August 2007|
"The Future of Long Term Care in America" book compiled thought-provoking pieces by experts covering a wide range of long term care issues including the future role of technology in care, Alzheimer’s disease, the importance of caregivers, independent living, public funding for long term care programs, the growing demand and delivery (home-based and facility-based) of long term care services and other relevant topics.
|Overstretched: People At Risk of Financial Difficulties in the UK||November 2006|
In the autumn of 2006, the economic situation was relatively benign and most people in the UK were keeping up with their financial commitments without too much difficulty. This study investigates how many people would be at risk should they face an economic shock. It looks at the possible effects of increases in expenditure and also of the significant drop in income that would result from the main wage earner losing their job.
|The Impact of Long Term Care on Women||July 2006|
In this 2006 study, Genworth Financial examined the toll long term care takes on women; particularly the staggering cost to families, personal health, and the nation as a whole.
|Genworth Long Term Care and Alzheimer's Disease in America: A Retrospective||March 2005|
In this 2005 report, Genworth studied the devastating effects of Alzheimer's disease and its long term care implications. The report was cited as important research by policymakers in Washington, DC, in support of new legislation aimed at helping find the cause or a cure for the disease.
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