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Old but Tough by Bill Storie

By Bill Storie

“Analysis of historic census records reveals the majority of over-65s in Victorian England worked full-time” – Ancestry.com

I’ve been doing some research into retirement issues and what people do with themselves in retirement. 552 more words

Quality Of Life

"From Someone Who Was Raised In Privilege": Jeb Bush Wants Us To Work More For The Collective Good. Who's The Socialist Now?

Former governor Jeb Bush’s announcement this week that he thinks people should work more hours puts him in direct opposition to the two leading contenders on the Democratic side – both of whom are pushing proposals that will allow people to work less. 793 more words

Jobs

after a lifetime of indentured servitude, anticipate your wootastic retirement at 70+

if one ever briefly entertains the thought that humans are thoroughly intelligent, consider the following..

but firstly, the requisite disclaimers again. these are only due to muddle-brained fools who are living proof there is zero ‘intelligent design’ somewhere in operation because of certain individuals possessing both vocal folds and mouths. 1,000 more words

Health

Quebec Liberals seek to further enslave population

“A working-class hero is something to be . . .
But you’re still fucking peasants as far as I can see.”
— John Lennon

People in Western nations tend to be living longer these days, a fact not lost on the bean counters in the Quebec Liberal party, apparently. 251 more words

Quebec

(Hour 13) 10.30-11.30am — #65 “Old age pension”

#65

The end of entitlement, or how to get a Newstart in life
the wisdom of Treasurer Joe Hockey on how to work the system… 164 more words

Poetry

Q: I'm getting close to retirement age. What can I do to help maximize my retirement readiness?

A: If you’re close to retirement, advice like “start saving early!” may not be the most useful thing you could hear. Fortunately, 28 more words

Financial Wellness

Getting Financially Ready for Retirement

How long has it been since you took a good look at your financial situation?  I have found a good exercise each year is to take out your “yellow pad” and make a list of all your assets and liabilities.  156 more words

Retirement