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  • baby boomers
  • is written to appeal to the baby boomers who, while they may have already planned for their financial retirement, need the tools to plan for a more fulfilling and rewarding life after 50, according to Ms. Strewler-Carter and Mr. Carter, co-authors. (redorbit.com)
  • households
  • It also includes the full range of complexity found in dynamic-stochastic models of retirement decision making, so far analyzed only in the context of single earner households. (nber.org)
  • According to a 2013 study by the National Institute on Retirement Security, 45 percent of working-age households do not own any retirement account assets . (yahoo.com)
  • And two-thirds of older households ages 55 to 64 have retirement savings of less than one time their annual income, which is far below what they need to maintain their standard of living. (yahoo.com)
  • transition
  • The idea of offering their services on a contract basis gives them a great deal of flexibility regarding the type of work undertaken and also assists in their transition to retirement," explains Mr. Carter. (redorbit.com)
  • spouse
  • It includes the extended choice set created when each spouse makes an independent retirement decision. (nber.org)
  • Only about half of those nearing retirement said they had discussed the issues of poor health, disability and death with their spouse or doctor. (yahoo.com)
  • eligible
  • Finally, if you're married or are divorced and were married for at least 10 years, don't forget that you're eligible for the greater of your benefit or a spousal benefit equal to ½ of your spouse's or ex-spouse's benefit at full retirement age. (forbes.com)
  • less
  • The more years you have until retirement, the less you will have to save each month to reach your goal. (usa.gov)
  • Retired boomers are fairly satisfied and pleasantly surprised by their retirement, despite having less money than they anticipated and being in poorer health. (aarp.org)
  • These kinds of findings argue for delaying retirement and working longer, not only because if we're going to live another 20 years, we have to pay for it, but also because working makes it less likely that we'll retire to the couch to watch TV, clog up our arteries and put our brains in a stupor. (bankrate.com)
  • another
  • Aspiring Hemingways, die-hard recreational-vehicle fans, Harley-obsessed boomers: If you're feeling a little uninspired about your retirement options (another community based around a golf course? (yahoo.com)
  • time
  • The Retirement Research Foundation acknowledges the time and effort needed to submit a Responsive Grant proposal and invites interested applicants to submit an optional Letter of Inquiry (LOI). (rrf.org)
  • The preference structure incorporates heterogeneity in time preference, varying taste parameters for full-time and part-time work, and the possibility of changes in preferences after retirement. (nber.org)
  • For example, we find that any effort to promote opportunities for partial retirement as a means to increase overall work is likely to be unsuccessful as any induced decline in full retirements is offset by a decrease in full-time work. (nber.org)
  • If you do want to work part time in retirement, the best time to find the job is before you retire. (yahoo.com)
  • Now in his final season with the Yankees, the greatest closer of all time is picking up a bunch of retirement gifts as his farewell tour winds around the league. (yahoo.com)
  • services
  • For additional retirement services information please visit OPM.gov . (bpa.gov)
  • People recognize the need to save," but they aren't acting on that knowledge, said Greg Burrows, senior vice president of retirement and investor services at Principal Financial Group, one of the survey sponsors. (cnn.com)
  • Good
  • That sunny day or green light may make you feel good but your retirement picture may not be as sunny as it seems. (forbes.com)
  • years
  • 2 In France, the retirement age has been extended to 62 and 67 respectively, over the next eight years. (wikipedia.org)
  • 4 In Spain, the retirement age will be extended to 63 and 67 respectively, this increase will be progressively done from 2013 to 2027 at a rate of 1 month during the first 6 years and 2 months during the other 9. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the United States, people live an average of 20 years after retirement. (usa.gov)
  • How many years do you have left until retirement? (usa.gov)
  • Based on current estimates, a 65 year old man can expect to live approximately 18 years in retirement, and a 65 year old woman can expect to live about 20 years, but many people live longer. (usa.gov)
  • Little
  • Or click here to listen to Rich Little impersonate George Burns and hear what John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart would say about retirement. (forbes.com)
  • A new breed of retirement community is catering to those whose interests lie a little outside the mainstream. (yahoo.com)
  • government
  • [ citation needed ] Countries began to adopt government policies on retirement during the late 19th century and the 20th century , beginning in Germany under Otto von Bismarck . (wikipedia.org)
  • Further to a posting on Business Man on 29 November, the Government has now published the draft form of the Employment Equality (Repeal of Retirement Age Provisions) Regulations 2011. (computerweekly.com)
  • however
  • However, a country's tax laws or state old-age pension rules usually mean that in a given country a certain age is thought of as the "standard" retirement age. (wikipedia.org)