retirement


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stopping work

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  • stopping work
  • giving up work

retired years

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  • retired years
  • post-work years

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the act of secluding or the state of being secluded

the moving back of a military force in the face of enemy attack or after a defeat

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the state of being retired from one's business or occupation

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withdrawal from your position or occupation

withdrawal for prayer and study and meditation

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While the Retirement Red Zone[SM] is no time to take the risks of someone with a very long time horizon, it also is not a good idea to dramatically ratchet down risk, not only because people spend so much time in retirement, but also because a comfortable level of risk should not be discounted purely for tradition's sake.
Eligible individuals may withdraw up to $100,000 from their retirement plans, penalty-free, from Aug.
RETIREMENT PLAN ASSETS ARE MARITAL ASSETS subject to division in divorce or attachment for child support by a qualified domestic relations order.
Although retirement is traditionally defined as the end of a career and the withdrawal of the worker from the workforce to live a life of leisure, using savings or a pension (Morris, 1976), a significant percentage of retirees want or need to continue working after retirement.
The Supreme Court decision affects the retirement pay of about 5,000 county workers in nine unions.
No matter how or when the current budget dispute works itself out, the failure of a few advocacy groups to use "Mediscare" tactics to cower wavering legislators bodes well for reforming Social Security, the 800-pound gorilla of retirement programs.
Even if your company has a decent and responsible retirement package, you'll find it impossible to hide from the funding emergency lurking around the corner of the next century.
This article discusses how a deferred option retirement plan works.
Many people dream of retirement in terms of languid days spent gloriously on green courses, sandy white beaches or golden summer resorts.
Estimates of as much as 50% attrition through retirement are commonly heard.
While we have proven benefit distribution strategies already in place, we have a responsibility to our plan sponsors and their plan participants to explore new, innovative retirement products and services that may be to their benefit," said Charles Nelson, senior vice president, Great-West Retirement Services.
The big challenge for all financial-services businesses is to switch from planning for accumulation to retirement income and withdrawals.
Under the retirement program, a partner may elect to retire any time after reaching age 60.
AS RETIREMENT PLANS ARE DEVELOPED, senior partners may have doubts about whether their successors can honor future obligations, intend to stay with the firm or have what it takes to keep the firm running.
HOUSTON -- AIG VALIC, a national leading provider of retirement plan services to for-profit and not-for-profit education, healthcare and government organizations, today announced that Guided Portfolio Services(SM) (GPS), its independent advice and managed-account platform offered through VALIC Financial Advisors, Inc.