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retire

v. 1) to stop working at one's occupation. 2) to pay off a promissory note, and thus "retire" the loan. 3) for a jury to go into the jury room to decide on a verdict after all evidence, argument and jury instructions have been completed.

retire

(Conclude a career), verb abdicate, demit, drop out, give notice, give up office, give up work, leave, quit, relinquish, resign, stand aside, take leave, tender one's ressgnation, vacate

retire

(Retreat), verb abandon, abire, concedere, depart, discharge, fall back, go back, leave, part, recedere, remove, retrocede, seclude oneself, sepaaate oneself, shelve, take leave, turn in, vacate, withdraw
See also: abandon, demit, depart, discharge, discontinue, dislodge, dismiss, ebb, evacuate, flee, leave, part, quit, recess, rest, retreat, secede, seclude, sequester, superannuate, supplant, withdraw
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was not surprised at Mississippi's high ranking for being tax friendly to retirees.
Retiree visits provider, who files two claims--one with Medicare and the other with a secondary plan.
He said he understood that the retirees can get 'sensitive' at some issues.
The topic of out-of-pocket costs of medical coverage also showed a disconnect, with just over one-third (34%) of retirees saying their employers communicated information to them, versus the 53% of employers that said they did so.
And, the EBRI report notes, while many employers no longer offer retiree health benefits, most that have continued to do so have made changes in the benefit package they offer: raising premiums that retirees are required to pay, tightening eligibility, limiting or reducing benefits, or some combination.
After the trustee has accomplished all the foregoing requirements, the court will grant a motion to modify retiree benefits only if it finds that the trustee has properly satisfied these requirements, that the authorized representative of the retirees has refused to accept it without ''good cause," that the modification of benefits is necessary, and that all of the affected parties are treated fairly and equitably (section 1114[f][l]).
The Connector Model combines available individual Medicare plans, robust retiree decision-support tools and experienced customer service teams to help retirees understand their choices and feel confident about the decisions they make.
She contends that retirees are owed that because, since 1994, they have saved the city about $29 million in health insurance costs by being covered under Medicare.
School districts are not required to provide health insurance benefits to their retirees if they don't already do so.
For nearly 100 years, military retirees saw their military longevity retirement pay reduced by the amount of tax-free VA disability compensation they received.
But the same study also found that issues such as downsizing, injury, health limitations or family emergencies will lead to a sudden and unexpected retirement for four in 10 of responding retirees.
Thus, to the extent that retiree benefits are funded, contributions must be employer contributions, not salary-reduction contributions.

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