*  The impact of retirement on age related cognitive decline - a systematic review | BMC Geriatrics | Full Text
Regarding fluid cognitive abilities, the evidence for the impact of retirement was conflicting. We found strong evidence that retirement slows down and weak evidence that retirement accelerates rate of cognitive change as well as studies getting mixed results where they find that retirement has a negative impact on some measures and no impact on other measures of fluid cognitive abilities. In addition, we found weak evidence of a negative impact of retirement on cognitive functioning as well as a study getting mixed results of a negative impact of retirement on one measure and no impact on another measure of fluid cognitive abilities. Regarding crystallised cognitive abilities, we found weak evidence of a negative impact of retirement on both rate of change in cognitive functioning and on cognitive functioning.. The trajectories of the cognitive ageing depend on whether it is fluid or ...
  https://bmcgeriatr.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12877-017-0556-7/
*  Education, occupation and retirement age effects on the age of onset of Alzheimer's disease. - Department of Psychiatry
OBJECTIVE: To determine the effects of early life education, mid life employment and later life retirement age on the age of onset (AOO) of Alzheimer's disease (AD). METHODS: Multiple regression analyses were carried out using data for 1320 probable AD cases, of which 382 were males with employment and retirement age data, using informant based information on education and employment. RESULTS: No relation was found between years of education, best qualification obtained, or employment variables in males and the AOO of AD. A significant effect of later retirement age in delaying the AOO of AD was seen in males. CONCLUSIONS: In this study no effect of education or employment was seen, although this may be due to limited variance in the study population. The significant effect of retirement age may have several explanations, the most interesting of which would be the suggestion that active employment later in life allows an individual to ...
  https://www.psych.ox.ac.uk/publications/622647
*  Fatal Attraction? Access to Early Retirement and Mortality - Zurich Open Repository and Archive
We estimate the causal effect of early retirement on mortality for blue-collar workers. To overcome the problem of endogenous selection, we exploit an exogenous change in unemployment insurance rules in Austria that allowed workers in eligible regions to withdraw from the workforce up to 3.5 years earlier than those in non-eligible regions. For males, instrumental-variable estimates show a significant 2.4 percentage points (about 13%) increase in the probability of dying before age 67. We do not find any adverse effect of early retirement on mortality for females. Death causes indicate a significantly higher incidence of cardiovascular disorders among eligible workers, suggesting that changes in health-related behavior explain increased mortality among male early retirees. ...
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*  Care Group At Indian Tree - Arvada - Colorado - 80005 Find Retirement Communities and Retirement Homes and Retirement Jobs
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*  Nebraska Gordon Find Retirement Communities and Retirement Homes and Retirement Jobs
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*  Factors to Consider to Determine the Best Retirement Age for You
So what should you consider to determine the best retirement age? Here are the factors to consider to determine the best retirement age for you.
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*  Individual retirement account - Wikipedia
An individual retirement account or IRA is a form of "individual retirement plan", provided by many financial institutions, that provides tax advantages for retirement savings in the United States. An individual retirement account is a type of "individual retirement arrangement" as described in IRS Publication 590, individual retirement arrangements (IRAs). The term IRA, used to describe both individual retirement accounts and the broader category of individual retirement arrangements, encompasses an individual retirement account; a trust or custodial account set up for the exclusive benefit of taxpayers or their beneficiaries; and an individual retirement annuity, by which the taxpayers purchase an annuity contract or an endowment contract from a life insurance company. There are several types of IRAs: Traditional IRA - contributions are ...
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*  The Effects of Health Insurance and Self‐Insurance on Retirement Behavior
This paper provides an empirical analysis of the effect of employer-provided health insurance and Medicare in determining retirement behavior. Using data from the Health and Retirement Study, we estimate the first dynamic programming model of retirement that accounts for both saving and uncertain medical expenses. Our results suggest that uncertainty and saving are both important. We find that workers value health insurance well in excess of its actuarial cost, and that access to health insurance has a significant effect on retirement behavior, which is consistent with the empirical evidence. As a result, shifting the Medicare eligibility age to 67 would cause a significant retirement delay--as large as the delay from shifting the Social Security normal retirement age from 65 to 67.

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*  A five year study comparing early retirements on medical grounds in ambulance personnel with those in other groups of health...
The objective of this study was to compare morbidity between ambulance staff and other groups of health service workers, to facilitate planning of occupational health OH services. A retrospective study of employees of the Eastern Health and Social Services Board, Northern Ireland was conducted. Subjects were 181 men and 353 women assessed at OH...
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*  Sylvester Health Care Inc - 55 Plus Retirement Communities Living and Homes | Retirenet.com
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*  Good Samaritan Rehabilitation And Nursing Ctr - 55 Plus Retirement Communities Living and Homes
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*  Birchwood Nursing And Rehabilitation Lp - 55 Plus Retirement Communities Living and Homes
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*  Available Pharmaceutical Services - 55 Plus Retirement Communities Living and Homes
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*  Retirement Communities in Laurel, Maryland 20707
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*  St Ann's Home For The Aged - 55 Plus Retirement Communities Living and Homes
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*  Baby Boomer Retirement Confidence Slips Again, Signs of Optimism Spotted| newsroom| IRI
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Insured Retirement Institute (IRI) today released a new report showing that Baby Boomers' confidence in their retirement plans continues to decline, a trend dating back to 2011, when IRI first began tracking Boomers' retirement expectations. During that time, the percentage of Boomers showing high levels of confidence in their financial preparations for retirement dropped from 44 percent to 35 percent. But while confidence continues to slip, IRI found slight improvements in several important measures, including the percentage of Boomers with retirement savings, their total savings, as well as the number of Boomers with a retirement savings goal and a planned retirement age ...
  http://irionline.org/newsroom/newsroom-detail-view/baby-boomer-retirement-confidence-slips-again-signs-of-optimism-spotted
*  Guide for employers on the abolition of the default retirement age (part 1)
Notices of intended retirement can now only be issued for employees who are 65 or over (or will attain the company's default retirement age, if different from 65) on or before 30 September 2011 and the notice of intended retirement date for that employee must be issued no later than 5 April 2011. The notice given can be up to 12 months, so can take effect up to 5 April 2012.. ...
  http://www.computerweekly.com/opinion/Guide-for-employers-on-the-abolition-of-the-default-retirement-age-part-1
*  Montco health officials probe Legionnaires' cases at retirement community - tribunedigital-mcall
Montgomery County health officials are investigating an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in an Upper Frederick retirement community after a third resident was recently diagnosed with the disease,
  http://articles.mcall.com/2006-09-15/news/3679784_1_legionnaires-disease-retirement-community-water-source
*  How Does Raising Women's Full Retirement Age Affect Labor Supply, Income, and Mortality? Evidence from Switzerland
Understanding why and when individuals retire is central to the current debate on pension reform. We study how women change their employment decisions in response to a Swiss reform that increased the full retirement age (FRA) twice, from 62 to 63 years, and from 63 years to 64 years, by date of birth. We find that raising the FRA strongly affects women's labor supply. A one year increase in the FRA delays labor market exit by 7.9 months and claiming of retirement benefits by 6.6 months. We neither find an effect on labor supply nor on benefit claiming of affected women's spouses. Mortality increases somewhat but the effect is not precisely estimated. Increasing the FRA has no statistically significant effect on the level of social security benefits but lowers social security wealth. Increasing the FRA by two years reduces the present discounted cost of a retiree by 10%. ...
  http://www.nber.org/aging/rrc/papers/orrc14-09
*  Health Insurance and Early Retirement: Evidence from the Availability of Continuation Coverage
Downloadable ! Author(s): Jonathan Gruber & Brigitte Madrian. 1993 Abstract: Although the vast majority of working individuals aged 55-64 receive health insurance coverage through their employment, many of these individuals face the prospect of losing such coverage should they retire before becoming eligible for guaranteed public coverage through Medicare at age 65. Because the expected medical expenses of this group are large and uncertain, the availability of health insurance coverage after retirement could be a key factor in the retirement decision of older workers. We examine the effect of health insurance on retirement by looking at variation in state and federal 'continuation of coverage' mandates, laws which allow individuals to continue purchasing health insurance through a previous employer for a specified number of months after leaving the firm. By allowing individuals to maintain their employer-provided health insurance after ...
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*  Retirement
Employees contemplating retirement should contact appropriate offices and agencies up to a year in advance of retirement in order to estimate retirement income and identify the options they wish to select. Employees with continuing appointments are also encouraged to discuss retirement plans with their supervisors so that their supervisors can plan for an orderly transition of responsibilities. Employees are encouraged to contact Benefit Services approximately a year in advance of the date that he or she is considering retirement. The discussion with the specialist should include establishing a retirement date and confirming the number of months of state, university or federal employment.. In additional to requesting information on basis retirement benefits and options, employees considering retirement before attaining age 65 should request calculation of benefits which ...
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*  Hispanic Americans Face Higher Retirement Hurdles
Hispanic Americans face greater challenges in obtaining a secure retirement than the U.S. population at large, according to a new report, Hispanics and Retirement: Challenges and Opportunities. Compared to other Americans, Hispanics are more likely to confront a low level of retirement preparation, low access to employer-sponsored retirement plans, low levels of personal savings and inadequate financial literacy, according to the not-for-profit Hispanic Institute and the Americans for Secure Retirement (ASR) coalition.. The report concludes that Hispanic Americans need to consider multiple retirement vehicles to supplement Social Security and to bridge the gap in access to employer plans. 'While our research found that Hispanics face greater challenges in preparing for retirement than the average population, with the right tools to properly prepare for retirement, these ...
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