Author Archives: Anna
It is important for employers to help employees do a better job during the post-retirement period. See this article from CFO.com for some ideas about the employer’s role.
A 2013 study from the Society of Actuaries provides insights on how people decide to retire. It indicates that many people who retired voluntarily were “pushed” and that the factors pushing them were stronger than the desire to meet their … Continue reading
An abstract painting by Anna was included in the 2013 Later Impressions Exhibit during September — October, 2013. It is titled Jazz Band.
A new study from the Society of Actuaries provides insights into how many people are expected to run out of money, the underlying issues and possibilities for improving the situation. The study provides input from a group of experts, both … Continue reading
My article Important Trade-offs in Retirement Decision making is in the Winter 2012 issue of Benefits Quarterly. It focuses on some of the key trade-offs and provides information about the Managing Retirement Decisions series, a valuable resource from the Society … Continue reading
My blog post “Focus on Helping Employees Build a Paycheck in Retirement” is available at The Conference Board’s Human Capital Exchange. These three resources offer important insights in this topic: 1) Hueler, Kelli and Anna Rappaport: The Role of Guidance … Continue reading
Our neighborhood in Chicago has great Halloween decorations. I want to share a few and hope that everyone has fun for Halloween and all of the holidays this year.
I have joined with several other actuarial artists working in different media including painting, photography and quilting to form Artuaries. Our work is found on greeting cards which are being sold through ACTEX. My work is on two of the … Continue reading
In this blog, I will occasionally post information about interesting new resources and research, meetings of interest and ideas. In addition, I will try to have fun occasionally. Hope you will enjoy following this information. Anna Rappaport