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Author and former financial planner Frank Maselli tells a story of a man who retired and went home to spend his days with his wife.
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Most college and university faculty say they'll put off retirement until they're older than 65, but the decision isn't just a financial one.
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A woman who burgled three flats in a retirement village, including a 99-year-old RAF veteran who has since turned 100, has been handed a suspended jail sentence.
18 hrs ago | Philly.com
A pension fund for priests cited as a priority in a $200 million fund-raising campaign by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia has fallen precariously short of money, and church officials want parishes and retired clergy to help cover the shortfall.
Many are living to paycheck to paycheck, taking on too much debt and facing the daunting prospect of relying primarily on Social Security benefits in their so-called golden years.
A recent study by the actuarial firm Milliman Incorporated calculates the North Shore Fire Department's 30-year retirement liability at approximately $44 million, about $30 million of which is unfunded.
We have previously discussed the benefits of IRAs and state retirement plans individually.
Ten trillion dollars in Americans' retirement savings are invested in large and small accounts managed by banks, brokerages, mutual funds and insurance companies.
Nobel laureate and University of Chicago Prof. Robert W. Fogel died last Tuesday at age 86. Fogel was a remarkable economic historian.
Janet L. Fish, 68, of Heritage Village Rehab and Skilled Nursing, formerly of Cherry Creek, died Mon-day, June 10, 2013, at WCA Hospital.
As he enjoys a ride toward an especially beautiful section of Look Park, Ray Ellerbrook does not sound like a man in retirement.
Schoolchildren, drivers, hunters and others will face changes when the new state budget takes effect in 3 1 2 months.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn called members of the Legislature back to work for a special session to help resolve the pension crisis.
The Louisiana legislative session ended on June 6. Victory was declared by all parties, and Gov. Bobby Jindal showed up for a photo op once the budget deal passed.