postretirement

postretirement

(ˌpəʊstrɪˈtaɪəmənt)
adj
relating to or occurring in the period after retirement
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Based on the survey, Filipinos believe that savings equivalent to 2.1 years' worth of personal income is enough to live on postretirement. This was seen remarkably low compared with the regional average of 12 years.
State Auto Financial Corporation reported that it is revising previously disclosed financial information related to accounting for its pension and postretirement benefits.
Bishop Cunningham said he was 'delighted' to welcome Bishop Byrne as his replacement postretirement.
(ii) employees eligible for PostRetirement Benefit shall be those whose ages are between 60 to 63 nearest birthday.
He said: "The role of a health professional also demands a high degree or performance skills so all I learned on ward rounds, in the clinic, giving lectures and on the conference platform have been put to good use in the world of postretirement.
He demonstrated compassion toward others in his career choices, including his work with the Canadian Red Cross, his 26 years as Executive Director of UNICEF Canada and his postretirement work with the International Council for Iodine Deficiency Disorders.
For most clients, cumulative postretirement medical costs are the highest ticket items to arise later in life--and the problem is intensified for high-income clients because exceeding the Medicare income thresholds can increase premium costs by more than 200% during retirement (see Now You Need Even More Money for Health Care in Retirement: EBRI).
It's become their livelihood - the couple own Wild Birds Unlimited, 2510 Willamette St., a postretirement "encore career." Their art will be on display during Saturday's South Willamette Art Walk; a reception is from 3 p.m.
Excluding mark-to-market fuel hedge gains of USD6 million (USD4 million after tax, or USD0.03 per diluted share), a benefit related to the curtailment of certain postretirement benefit plans and a one-time gain associated with the settlement of a legal matter for USD30 million in aggregate (USD19 million after tax, or USD0.14 per diluted share), the company reported record fourth quarter 2014 net income of USD125 million, or USD0.94 per diluted share, compared to net income, excluding mark-to-market fuel hedge gains, of USD77 million, or USD0.55 per diluted share, in 2013.
Talking about her postretirement life, Li said she feels "pretty nice" about having no schedule, adding that the biggest surprise she had during the last month was the Golden Week, a seven-day holiday in celebration of the Chinese National Day.
According to Manish Tewari, a former union minister who invited Rai for a public debate on his reports, the former CAG had saved these small bits of information to earn some postretirement benefits.