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Synonyms for retiree

someone who has retired from active working

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According to him, the Lagos State Pension Commission returned the retirees' files to the two parastatal-agencies and said that their terminal benefits should be paid by the organisations.
Retirees in this New Jersey are also outspending their national peers on leisure activities, such as travel, vacation, and dining out.
This situation has created big differences among the retirees. The present domestic/financial requirements are same for both the retirees, but category one retirees are affected the most and it has increasingly been difficult for them to afford daily utilities.
FEHBP insurance plans pay for the cost sharing charged to Medicare beneficiaries, which means federal retirees who are eligible for Medicare often pay nothing additional when they use more medical services.
that demonstrate a cutting-edge commitment to attract retirees through lifestyle programming amenity development, communication programs and education.
Communication and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo said the proliferation of communication technology has led to various syndicates that target retirees.
'This program is to give honor and recognition to the retirees of the City Government for their contribution to the city government,' Erwin Alparaque, chief of the Human Resources Management Office (HRMO) told reporters.
On hindsight, the government can further strengthen its fiscal policy measures to maximize the socioeconomic impact of its retirement program by not hiring retirees. The government practice of hiring retirees deprives those in the labor pool (up for employment) of otherwise gainful jobs in the government, even as hired retirees, although already receiving monthly retirement pensions, get additional income from their salaries.
However, retirees are less confident than last year that they will be able to handle basic expenses, in particular medical expenses.
In a meeting with newsmen in Quezon City, the retirees appealed to Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Oscar Albayalde to order the PNP Finance Service to stop the automatic loan deductions on their monthly pensions.
The above mentioned facts have unfortunately worsened the situation compelling them to face lives of PMTF retirees in highly dangerous conditions.
Yet, LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute research finds retirees' experiences often don't meet their expectations in pre-retirement.
In “Spending in Retirement … Or Not?” the researchers say this finding challenges long-held fears about retirees spending down their savings too fast.
The Philippine Retirement Authority (PRA) plans to increase the number of foreign retirees in the country to 80,000 by 2020 through various incentives, according to the agency's top official.