The New Retirement Model

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According to the Washington Post, well-off Americans retiring early while balancing the economy with health concerns and drawing on federal stimulus funds, market gains, and equity from skyrocketing home values. Questions: What unusual trend is happening along with the early retirement course? When does Social Security allows most people to enroll for retirement payments? According… Read more »

An Age of Trust and Undying Loyalty

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According to the New York Times, Sears may be struggling to survive after filing for bankruptcy in October, since its rundown and empty stores symbolize a has-been company that failed to adapt. But across the country, legions of former Sears workers like Mr. Atwood, a retired truck driver, gather regularly to reminisce about their long… Read more »