retire


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Synonyms for retire

stop working

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  • stop working
  • give up work
  • reach retirement age
  • be pensioned off
  • (be) put out to grass

withdraw

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Synonyms for retire

to go to bed

to withdraw from business or active life

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to remove from active service

to move back in the face of enemy attack or after a defeat

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He said financial management essential so that retire employees are paid their dues on the basis of seniority.
Among retired investors included in the survey, more than half (52%) say they wish they had started to think about the best age to retire earlier.
Former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson revealed in May 2001 that he would retire the following summer, only to perform a U-turn.
It is imperative for anyone looking to secure sufficient retirement income to start saving as much as they can, as early as they can and to seek professional financial advice when they are planning to retire.
Fear of loss of autonomy and income are the primary reasons retirement-minded practitioners in small firms often procrastinate until they are ready to retire for good.
When an employee retires, the employer automatically (and on a mandatory basis) contributes an amount equal to all or a portion of the retired employee's accumulated unused vacation and sick leave.
com, into which you should enter your current salary, projected raises, and number of years until you plan to retire.
Consequently, in the next ten years, more Canadians than ever before will be poised to retire largely as the baby boomers move through their 50's and 60's.
When I made the decision to retire this past March, Timbers directed the development and implementation of the transition process.
They reported the highest marital conflict if they retire but their wives haven't yet.
was offering cash incentives for employees to retire early.
But people who retire early, often as the result of pressure from their employers, can be in even more serious trouble.
Some of these boards are just old-fashioned and will get around to changing their ways when their CEOs and directors finally retire.
At many corporations, the outgoing CEO is forced to retire from the board simply because he has reached retirement age.
the 1967 Age Discrimination in Employment Act, which was designed to keep workers in the work force longer by protecting them from being forced to retire at 65, workers have increasingly opted for early retirement, at least in large companies with pension plans.