golden years


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golden years

The years following one's retirement (generally after the age of 65). After such a hectic career, I plan to spend my golden years gardening, reading, and living as tranquilly as possible.
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The Nourishing Our Golden Years Act would make it easier for older adults to benefit from the Senior Food Box Program and reduces the likelihood that a recipient would miss a re-certification deadline and become ineligible.
Therefore, if you have just turned 40 and do not yet have a set plan for your retirement needs in place, it is absolutely imperative for you to start saving for your golden years and plan your finances, going forward.
67 percent of 20-something workers said they would be encouraged to stash away more dollars for their golden years with higher pay.
Davis formed Golden Years Living Solutions to serve as a resource for families searching for senior care residences.
it is the golden years of childhood to which I retreat for inspiration and a connection to place that is visceral.
Afternoons are generally reserved for siesta time in the golden years.
Birdhouse, in an extremely rare gesture, is offering a commemorative Jeremy Klein retirement model (a remake of his first board) to send the Hook-Ups kingpin and streetstyle pioneer into his golden years.
At times Robert McKnight's The Golden Years feels less like reading a book than like sifting through a box of well-kept mementos.
Ex-LFC star Ronnie Whelan and ex-Everton captain Dave Watson will talk of the golden years with their respective clubs in the run-up to Derby day on Sunday March 30.
First of all, it is 16 golden years for me because I had lot of achievements and at the end of the day I am very happy," said Inzamam.
In the end, her financial adviser, Loftin, sums it up, "You don't want to spend your golden years working at the Golden Arches.
As parents reach their golden years, their grown children often have to deal with sensitive issues, such as finances.
A rehash of articles from their fortnightly satirical newspaper, 50 Golden Years of the Chaser is the latest offering to hit bookstores from The Chaser team, makers of The Chaser s War on Everything and CNNNN.
Those fond memories of summer's past at the cottage are luring southern Ontarians nearing retirement age to the North for their golden years, says Iain Laing, Parry Sound's director of community development.
In the city where dreams are made, the conversion boom will continue with the young looking to get ahead, the older looking to enjoy their golden years, the immigrants looking to achieve their dreams and investors making their profits.