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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To find out how much you will actually need to retire, use the retirement calculator at www.retirementplan.
401(a)(9)(C)(i) defines "required beginning date" as the April 1 of the calendar year following the later of the calendar year in which the employee attains age 70 1/2 or retires. For an employee who is a 5% owner (as defined in Sec.
They can retire from military service, yet not be eligible for retired pay should they choose VA benefits.
The retirees were told "in department meetings, by their managers, in handbooks, that they would have free health insurance for life," says Lee Conrad, an IBM retiree who is now an organizer with Alliance@IBM, which is connected to the Communications Workers of America and based in Endicott, New York.
If you also include military retirees, total unfunded liabilities of the federal retirment system--money that has been promised but is not there--are now $1,497,000,000,000.
An additional 65 employees plan to retire between 2000-2005.
Projecting the costs of providing postemployment benefits will require information about annual incurred claims costs for retirees by age category.
The mayor addressing the meeting said payment of pension to retire employees is our priority.
-- Nearly four in 10 nonretired Americans, 37%, expect to retire after age 65.
So there is a whole new generation of active retirees who've got plenty of time on their hands and the energy to enjoy it.
As baby boomers retire en masse and acquiring firms become more discriminating about the types of practices they buy, practitioners with unfunded retirement plans may face tough realities when they're ready to leave the work force.
Under the retirement program, a partner may elect to retire any time after reaching age 60.
KAREN WILLIAMS FEARED SHE WOULD NEVER BE ABLE TO RETIRE. HAD IT NOT BEEN FOR THE $21,000 buyout she received from Michigan's Wayne County Regional Educational Service Agency earlier this year, Karen, who is 60, would still be working.
Obviously, not all civil servants retire on this kind of money.
ISLAMABAD -- Two members of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) from Sindh and Balochistan will retire next month on completion of two and a half years in office.