retirement check


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Noun1.retirement check - a monthly payment made to someone who is retired from work
pension - a regular payment to a person that is intended to allow them to subsist without working
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became the first recipient of a Social Security retirement check on Jan.
Now age 65, she is retired and lives on a small retirement check and Social Security.
Everyone will need to replace a paycheck with a retirement check when they retire and these checks might have to last 25 to 30 years or longer.
I'm a veteran of the military and of the police force and get a good retirement check each month.
I'm being taxed on my take-home pay and my retirement check.
Expected mortality, coupled with the expected age of retirement, helps determine parameters for how long a beneficiary might be drawing a retirement check.
The employer has an obligation to provide a regular retirement check to employees upon their retirement, based on a legislatively determined formula (see sidebar).
That money was paid to her as part of a one-time retirement check of nearly $260,000 when she ended her paid leave Oct.
And the reward of a gold watch and a steady retirement check after 25 years of service meant we stayed until the bitter end.
In recent years, state and local officials have sweetened public-pension plans by expanding the list of bonuses that can be considered as income to determine the size of a worker's retirement check.
Although Harry has a larger retirement check than Richard, Richard has been building up the savings on his $21,600 bonus for the past five years -- it's now worth $28,600 after paying taxes on its earnings.
16) Respondents could choose to tithe contributions and then not the monthly retirement check or not to tithe contributions and then tithe the entire amount of the monthly retirement check; however, far fewer respondents chose the first option (4% versus 18%).

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