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  • 1 go into retirement — index demit, quit (discontinue) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 retirement — n. 1) to go into retirement 2) to come out of retirement 3) compulsory, forced; early retirement; semi retirement; voluntary retirement 4) in retirement (to live in retirement) * * * [rɪ taɪəmənt] early retirement forced semi retirement voluntary …

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  • 3 Retirement Insurance Benefits — (abbreviated RIB [ [http://www.ssa.gov/glossary.htm#R http://www.ssa.gov/glossary.htm#R] ] ) or Old age Insurance Benefits [ [http://www.ssa.gov/OP Home/ssact/title02/0202.htm Social Security Act Title II § 202] ] are a form of social insurance… …

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  • 4 Retirement Compensation Arrangements — (RCAs) are defined under subsection 248(1) of the Canadian Income Tax Act , which allows 100 per cent tax deductible corporate dollars to be deposited into an RCA, on behalf of the private business owner and/or key employee. No tax is paid by the …

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  • 5 Retirement Funds Administrators — (Spanish: Administradoras de Fondos para el Retiro , abbreviated Afores) are companies authorized to manage individual retirement accounts as authorized by the Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público of Mexico and oversees by Comisión Nacional… …

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  • 6 retirement — (n.) 1590s, act of retreating, also act of withdrawing into seclusion, from Fr. retirement (1570s); see RETIRE (Cf. retire) + MENT (Cf. ment). Meaning privacy is from c.1600; that of withdrawal from occupation or business is from 1640s …

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  • 7 Retirement — For other uses, see Retirement (disambiguation). Finance Financial markets …

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  • 8 Retirement plans in the United States — A retirement plan is an arrangement to provide people with an income, possibly a pension, during retirement, when they are no longer earning a steady income from employment, or an asset from which a person may draw an income from as needed. There …

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  • 9 retirement — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ early, premature ▪ A knee injury forced him into premature retirement. ▪ active ▪ comfortable, happy, secure …

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  • 10 Retirement in Thailand — Popular Retirement Destinations = Bangkok Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is a busy sprawling city of more than 6 million people that never sleeps. The city certainly isn’t every retiree’s cup of tea, but its diversity is mainly considered …

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  • 11 Retirement (Beanie Baby) — The retirement of a Beanie Baby or a product from any line of Ty Inc., the manufacturer of Beanie Babies and other lines of collectibles, is its withdrawal from production. This has occurred in varying amounts of time following its introduction,… …

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  • 12 Retirement plan — A retirement plan is an arrangement to provide people with an income, or pension, during retirement, when they are no longer earning a steady income from employment. Retirement plans may be set up by employers, insurance companies, the government …

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  • 13 retirement — /ri tuyeur meuhnt/, n. 1. the act of retiring or the state of being retired. 2. removal or withdrawal from service, office, or business. 3. the portion of a person s life during which a person is retired. 4. a pension or other income on which a… …

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  • 14 retirement — /rəˈtaɪəmənt/ (say ruh tuyuhmuhnt) noun 1. the act of retiring. 2. the state of being retired. 3. removal or retiring from service, office, or business. 4. withdrawal into privacy or seclusion. 5. privacy or seclusion. 6. a private or secluded… …

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  • 15 Phased Retirement — A broad range of employment arrangements that allow an employee who is approaching retirement age to continue working with a reduced workload, and eventually transition from full time work to full time retirement. Phased retirement may include a… …

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  • 16 Anglican Retirement Villages, Diocese of Sydney — (ARV) is a not for profit public benevolent institution formed in 1959. This inception date places ARV as one of the founding entities of the social service now referred to as retirement or seniors living. Today, ARV has retained its distinctive… …

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  • 17 Individual Retirement Account — An Individual Retirement Account (or IRA) is a retirement plan account that provides some tax advantages for retirement savings in the United States.Legal basisThe individual retirement account and related vehicles (see Definitions) were created… …

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  • 18 Oklahoma Teachers' Retirement System — is the pension program for public education employees in the State of Oklahoma. As of April 30, 2010, the program had nearly 169,000 members.[1] Public education teachers and administrators are required to be OTRS members; support staff can join… …

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  • 19 French special retirement plan — In France employees of some government owned corporations enjoy a special retirement plan, collectively known as régimes spéciaux de retraite . These professions include employees of the SNCF (national railways), the RATP (Parisian transport),… …

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  • 20 Registered Retirement Savings Plan — A Registered Retirement Savings Plan or RRSP is an account that provides tax benefits for saving for retirement in Canada. RRSP refers to a provision in the Income Tax Act that allows a person to shelter financial property from income taxes.RRSPs …

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