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GAD mortality projections; various assumptions . CARESIM. FRS respondents aged 65+ money values uprated to base year. ‘Age’ the sample (no refreshment) death widowhood evolution of income & wealth. output year > base year?. Yes. tax, benefit, care charging rates. No.

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Caresim

GAD mortality projections; various assumptions

CARESIM

FRS respondents aged 65+

money values uprated to base year

  • ‘Age’ the sample (no refreshment)

    • death

    • widowhood

    • evolution of income & wealth

output year > base year?

Yes

tax, benefit, care charging rates

No

simulate income tax liability, benefit entitlement, care charges for each of 7 care situations for pre and post reform charging system

  • % who self-fund

  • mean %age user contribution for non self-funders

  • mean contribution of disability benefits, self-funders & non self-funders

  • ALL BY TYPE CARE

to

PSSRU

Attach weights by age, gender, marital status, tenure & care type, from PSSRU model

Distributional analyses (mean cont’ns from state, user, gains from reforms) by income, housing tenure..

from PSSRU


Caresim scope for links with other wps models

CARESIM: scope for links with other WPs & models

  • improved/alternative mortality

    • by socioeconomic status

    • correlating mortality of partners

  • availability of carers (and hence eligibility for Carers’ Allowance)

  • refreshing the sample – using/learning from PPI model


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