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At Age 46, it’s Time to Retire Benson

contrary to popular notion, U.S. Patent No. 4,344,142 to James Diehr was not the first attempt to patent the idea of performing a real-time simulation of the Arrhenius equation using periodic temperature measurements of a rubber mold in order to … Continue reading

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Why Do Women Retire Earlier Than Men?

The current trend in America is that women average a life span of almost 87 years which is 4 years longer than that of men. But due to child rearing and other forms of care giving women usually earn less… … Continue reading

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When is the Best Age to Sell Your Business and Retire?

The question of when to retire isn’t always an easy one for people to answer and it’s all the more complex for business owners. Whereas most people can, health-permitting, choose a time frame for retirement, business owners will want to … Continue reading

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WELL: FBI’s Andrew McCabe fired, effective immediately, before he could retire. UPDATE: Don Sur…

WELL: FBI’s Andrew McCabe fired, effective immediately, before he could retire. UPDATE: Don Surber has thoughts. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Is there harm in asking? Questioning employees about their plans to retire

by Michele L. (Warnock) Brott Retirement decisions cannot be divorced from a person’s age. When asking questions about retirement, employers should be cognizant of age discrimination laws and the implications of making such inquiries.  Applicable laws Age discrimination is governed … Continue reading

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