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McCoy announced his retirement in July, and his last day was set to be in October, but he is considering staying with the department until December.
“Most of the activities you normally have here in adult Disney World are closed down,” Bryan Casey told me recently by phone from The Villages, Florida, one of the country’s largest retirement communities.
WHY TRUMP MIGHT BE SCARING OFF OLDER VOTERSCLARE MALONE (CLARE.MALONE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 10, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Officers who have 10 or years or less until retirement will likely stay.
In the same way that you and I have to make sure that we are spending within our budget and we are saving for retirement, a company has to be equally responsible.
Margaret, still in the retirement community nearby, can’t help him, nor can their four kids and eight grandchildren.
Dave Gibson, executive officer of the San Diego Regional Water Quality Board, told me that when the board was deliberating the retirement of a natural gas peaker plant in South Bay about a decade ago, they had trouble with CAISO’s data.
Wilke was widely considered a potential successor to Bezos, so his pending retirement is a surprise to Amazon watchers.
When the communities where the platform is normally used—in retirement and assisted living homes—became some of the hardest hit by the pandemic, another of its strengths became clear.
TACKLING COVIDTATE RYAN-MOSLEYAUGUST 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The district has already lost hundreds of teachers who took an early retirement last year that was designed to help save money.
We have a retirement-savings crisis that’s going to get worse for Americans of different generations.

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