On Retirement

October 2012


The Reality of Involuntary Retirement

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It was not all that long ago that people could hope to stay gainfully employed with a company for many years and perhaps even an entire career. Loyalty was a two-way street with employees working hard to complete the tasks at hand while companies valued their individual contribution and experience ...

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retirement
aging

The Perfect Brew for a Fulfilling Retirement

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For coffee lovers, there is nothing better than the smell of freshly ground beans in preparation for a satisfying cup of java. A fragrant aroma fills the room as the brew trickles through the filter, requiring real self control to not tip the pot just a bit to steal a cup before the process is ...

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aging
retirement

The Middle Way to Retirement

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Last year a Gallup poll revealed that over 70 percent of Americans are "not engaged" or else totally "disengaged" from their work. Obviously, people who spend 40 hours a week doing something they don't like report a lower level of overall well-being compared to people who are "actively engaged" in ...

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retirement
investing