Retiree


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Retiree

A person who has stopped working in his/her old age, or at least when he/she has saved enough money to last the remainder of his/her life. Generally, retirement occurs after the age of 65, but not always. Both governments and companies offer pensions, annuities, and other plans to provide for one's financial needs in retirement. Luxury products such as cruises often are targeted at retirees because they tend to have expendable income and relatively few expenses.
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Changing retiree premium cost sharing requirements (19 percent)
And, the EBRI report notes, while many employers no longer offer retiree health benefits, most that have continued to do so have made changes in the benefit package they offer: raising premiums that retirees are required to pay, tightening eligibility, limiting or reducing benefits, or some combination.
The Connector Model combines available individual Medicare plans, robust retiree decision-support tools and experienced customer service teams to help retirees understand their choices and feel confident about the decisions they make.
The explanation of why the city of Worcester did this to its retirees is simple.
For nearly 100 years, military retirees saw their military longevity retirement pay reduced by the amount of tax-free VA disability compensation they received.
Among government employers offering retiree health benefits, 65 percent report that all retirees participate in Medicare.
That hasn't yet been the case for retiree medical benefits.
Calculating the cost of retiree health benefits begins with current costs per retiree.
At Fuller, funds for future retiree medical benefits will stem from life insurance policies taken out on current employees and from underlying asset fund investments managed by the insurance carrier, with the VEBA trust named as beneficiary.
In mandating that companies' financial statements reflect their retiree health benefit obligations, FAS 106 will conform accounting practice to the view that retiree health benefits are a form of deferred compensation.
The Uncertain Promise of Retiree Health Benefits is organized into 10 chapters that explore a variety of issues that are part of the retiree health benefits debate.
The plaintiffs were retirees or surviving spouses of retirees of J.

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