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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'I can fight in July,' Spence proclaimed moments after he conquered Garcia, with a caveat that the prospective bout could send Manny off into the sunset clutching his retirement check.
Spence offers Pacquiao retirement check !-- -- Abac Cordero ( - March 20, 2019 - 1:06pm MANILA, Philippines ndash Errol Spence, the 29-year-old IBF welterweight champion, thinks he's bigger than Manny Pacquiao.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Unbeaten US fighter Errol Spence is supremely confident of beating Manny Pacquiao that he has boasted of handing the Filipino great "his retirement check."
Frix said the issue was brought to his attention in 2016 by a constituent who is a retired teacher and whose health insurance cost more than her retirement check.
Well, the average Social Security retirement check was recently $1,417, or about $17,000 annually.
When Ida May Fuller of Ludlow, Vt., became the first recipient of a Social Security retirement check on Jan.
Although his onetime mentor, Ban (Lee Geung-young), advises him to stick around long enough for the retirement check, Ji's buttoned-up existence begins to unravel even faster when he's assigned to eliminate his supervisor, Jin (Yoo Ha-bok), a family man so burned out, he's gone MIA.
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. When I was in the military, I owed maybe $20 or $30."
Expected mortality, coupled with the expected age of retirement, helps determine parameters for how long a beneficiary might be drawing a retirement check. The number of years by which a retiree outlives the projected mortality is the longevity risk assumed by the employer.

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