- retire + -ee (Wiktionary)
“After all, if you compare the carbon footprint of a kid to a retiree, the retiree is the one who emits much more carbon, what with jet-setting off on vacations and whatnot.”
“But for pension plans that expect to deplete their assets, the proposal calls for certain retiree obligations to be discounted based on a municipal-bond rate, currently averaging 2% to 3%.”
“This bulky machine constructed by one enthusiast retiree from the Russian city of Kirov is powered by the old Yamaha motorcycle engine and is entirely made of scrap ….”
“Look for benefit cuts in retiree health insurance and retirement income programs.”
“SEAL and 1996 retiree from the Denver Police Department, is director of international operations for the security firm Risk Mitigation Group in”
“So, yes, the early retiree is probably leaving money on the table over the long term.”
“So the retiree is not helped or hurt, in expectation.”
“But in the end, a retiree is in a similar situation in both countries: a portion of their income from investments, and a portion from a legalized ponzi scheme.”
“U.S. accounting laws also require businesses to immediately restate their earnings in light of the higher tax burden on their long-term retiree health liabilities.”
“Michael Dickson, early retiree from a newspaper career in New Orleans and Houston, flew south for an illogical new beginning.”
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Some of the catchwords of several presidential debates (Obama-Romney 2012 Denver debate's transcript fully included)
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