Her: I thought you were out of gas.
Me: I was never out of gas. I just decided to park it for a while. Contemplate the future. 171 more words
This post only relates to the UK, so if you live overseas feel free to put the telly on ;-)
Luckily, before I got M.E. back in 1994 and before I knew I had either EDS or MCAD, I took out a Permanent Health Insurance Policy (PHI) which pays a proportion of your salary should you be unable to work due to illness (minus any ill-health retirement pension from your job and any welfare benefits to which you’re entitled). 847 more words
As we get older and our risk of dying increases, we are less likely to work. How has that changed over time, and what could that mean for pensions or superannuation? 914 more words
Another in our occasional series where we focus on a particular age at work situation in another country. Today’s spotlight is on Ireland where there is a statutory retirement age (generally 65) for members of the public service. 303 more words
Not that very long ago, Republicans were almost universally united in favor of a strategy of “entitlement reform” that included various benefit cuts — some overt, like changes in the formula for cost-of-living adjustments, and some indirect, like retirement-age increases — in Social Security. 473 more words