- n. Plural form of retiree.
“But that won't offset the relentless increase in retirees 'medical expenses.”
“In 30 years it is estimated that SSI will have to pay $100B for retirees from the year 2000. 2.”
“Like our world, the ratio of workers to retirees is falling.”
“It's not like a plague of retirees is going to be consuming all of the nation's goods, with nobody left to produce then.”
“If there are fewer workers tomorrow then the problem facing tomorrows retirees is exactly the same whether they live in a SSI-only world or a 401K-only world.”
“But none of that changes the fierce and solid public support for an unimpaired Social Security program for current retirees, near-term retirees and all future retirees -- the major victims of possible benefit reductions.”
“Everyone is trying to figure out who we lobby," said Deirdre Parke Holleman, executive director of the Retired Enlisted Association, which represents retirees from the enlisted ranks of all armed services branches.”
“Fact-providing retirees is an added expense that helps the well-being of senior citizens.”
“Also, it is almost universally believed that if nothing is done about social security and it "goes bankrupt," then the payments to retirees from the system will be lower in real terms than they are currently, assuming the mainline projections come to pass and the system is not changed.”
“A brief review shows there is likely to be a big bump in retirees to avoid the projected cuts in future pensions and vacation payouts (which can be saved in perpetuity for huge lump sum payouts on retiring) Arnold had big ideas for a short time but look where he ended up.”
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