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When Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker announced in September that he would retire at the end of his term, fellow Republican hopefuls hopped into the fray eager for a rare shot at an open seat in the deeply-red state. Just a few months later, Corker's having second thoughts about retirement amid a behind ...

 

States have chipped away at pension benefits in many different ways -- eliminating cost-of-living increases, reducing employer and hiking employee contributions, and raising the retirement age, to name a few. But because of long-standing contracts, employees who are already on the payroll when ...

 

"Doing something like this, it creates a structure," he said. "It's not unlike working at a company, where you have a structure around you. These are activities where you can make a contribution, but without doing a 9 to 5. I never understood how someone could retire and just move to Florida and give up ...

 

For the second time in nearly four years, the Washington County Retirement Board has scaled back its assumed rate of return on pension investments. The board voted at its first meeting this year in favor of a 6.75 assumed rate of return, replacing the previous 7 percent that had been the benchmark ...

 

With that Alex Blackwell, Australia's most capped female cricketer and the world's No.5 batter on the current ICC rankings, explained why she'll retire from the Australian and NSW teams after Saturday's Women's National Cricket League final - despite the admission she still has "more left in the tank".

 

That's created fears of a crisis when they leave the workforce, so lawmakers are considering a state-run retirement savings fund. Senate Bill 2333 is up for a critical vote Friday morning, and it's getting some support from small business owners. At Art Nelson Sailmaker in Kalihi, five full-time employees ...

 

After spending his entire career selflessly devoted to improving the lives of people with disabilities, AWARE CEO Larry Noonan has announced his retirement,

 

The statement goes on to say, "Retirements are handled exclusively by the Retirement Systems of Alabama and if an employee meets eligibility criteria, he or she is qualified to retire and receive benefits under RSA guidelines. Further, in connection with William Davis' retirement, Mr. Davis irrevocably ...

 

That's created fears of a crisis when they leave the workforce, so lawmakers are considering a state-run retirement savings fund. SB 2333 is up for a critical vote Friday morning. At Art Nelson Sailmaker in Kalihi, five full-time employees sew sails for boats. Sailmaker Marcello Barra loves seeing his ...

 

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President. David Swayne ...read Bio. University of Guelph Retirees Association. Vice President. Michel Tousignant ... read Bio. Association des professeurs retrait?s de l'UQAM. President Ken Craig Past President. Ken Craig ... read Bio. UBC Association of Professors Emeriti. Mary Johnston Secretary.

 

Supreme Court Reaffirms Rejection of Inferences in Retiree Health Benefit Dispute. February 22, 2018. The U.S. Supreme Court has reversed a U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals decision holding that that former employees of CNH Industrial N.V. were entitled to lifetime, vested healthcare benefits.

 

As UC retiree, you're still a valuable part of the UC community. We hope you'll find lots of interesting information and news throughout UCnet, but on this page we've collected links to information specifically for retirees. News for you. Keep up with news about UC, your benefits and other information of ...

 

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It's an idea that makes a lot of sense, when you think about it. After all, aging well is not as easy as it looks. For example: one of the first things that happens as we age is we tend to lose muscle mass (about 10 per cent a year after the age of 25). This can contribute to a loss of flexibility and balance, which ...

 

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