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In The Transformation of Retirement in Twentieth-Century America: From Discontent to Satisfaction, author Melissa Hardy cites the estimates of Seymour Wolfbein's The Length of the Working Life (1949), which found that at the turn of the century, the average 20-year-old worker "could expect to live another 42.
Caveat: Although individuals may be eligible to withdraw money from their retirement plans as a result of Hurricane Katrina, their plans may not permit early withdrawals.
As a larger-than-ever percentage of Americans approach retirement, CPAs must be aware of these new decisions--and their potential repercussions on the $12 trillion the public has invested in retirement funds.
As retirees face the developmental tasks of generativity versus selfabsorption and integrity versus despair, they encounter the challenge of maintaining vital involvement during retirement (Erikson, Erikson, & Kivnick, 1986).
Board of Retirement, but will likely affect all county employees covered by the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937.
To ready himself for retirement, Taylor has been investing in stocks.
In a March 1994 Gallup poll, for instance, 46 percent of those surveyed strongly agreed that taxes would have to be raised "dramatically" to pay Social Security benefits in the future; 74 percent said most people could get more money investing their payroll taxes privately rather than relying on Social Security; and 71 percent expected to get less out of Social Security at retirement than they put in during their working years.
An aging population: The baby boom generation will begin to reach retirement age in little more than a decade.
After exercising this option, the officers' contributions into the retirement system cease, immediately increasing their net (take-home) pay.
Since these records did not include data on military services and other employment experience which could be applied toward retirement a one-page survey instrument was developed and distributed to all GDRS staff via unit managers.
Great-West Retirement Services provides retirement products and services to corporate 401(k) and institutional clients, as well as government, healthcare and education customers in the public/nonprofit markets.
I like that Allstate is striving to be a total risk-management company, not only protecting their clients' homes and autos, but also now focusing on life insurance, investments and retirement planning.