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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.

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Recently legislation was enacted permitting military retirees with 20 years of active service and recipients of Purple Heart medals to receive their earned military retired pay, based on length of service, plus VA disability compensation.
"Back in the early '90s, the company set a limit and a cap" on the amount it would pay for retiree health care and informed the retirees that it wouldn't pay more than that, says Jana Weatherbee, a spokesperson for IBM.
But it is military retirees who truly enjoy the high ground.
The purpose of this study was to determine: (a) the number of retirees between 1987-1999; (b) what position classifications would be impacted the most; (c) where the positions are geographically located; and (d) demographic patterns (education, race, sex) related to retirees.
Because an employer's cost is significantly higher for medical benefits provided to retirees under age 65 who are not yet eligible for Medicare, this type of information will be critical to the actuarial calculations.
During the meeting it was also reviewed that how many KMC and DMCs employees will retire in near future and how much funds will be required.
The percentage of nonretirees who plan to retire exactly at age 65 -- the traditional retirement age -- has been fairly consistent since the early 2000s, ranging between 24%, where it stands today, and 28%.
The best new owner isn't just someone with the purchase price; it's a leader who can run the firm successfully so retirees' payouts continue.
A retired partner receives all compensation due for the year he or she retires by March 15 of the following calendar year.
Women should never retire simply because they reach retirement age.
In West Virginia, teachers can retire after 30 years' service and receive 60 percent of the average of their best five years' salary.
Article 215 of the ConstiAtuAtion in its amended form reads: 'The Commissioner [and a member] shall, subject to this Article, hold office for a term of five years from the day he enters upon his office.' A proviso to the article reads: 'Provided that two of the members shall retire after the expiration of first two and a half years and two shall retire after the expiration of the next two and a half years: Provided further that the Commission shall for the first term of office of members draw a lot as to which two members shall retire after the first two and a half years.'