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New study reveals best places to retire in North Carolina — they’re all small towns :: WRAL.com

By Heather Leah, WRAL multiplatform producer A new study revealed the best places to retire in North Carolina. It wasn’t Raleigh or Charlotte, with their bustling downtown events and local food and beer scenes. It wasn’t Wilmington, with the beach and ocean right next door, or Asheville, with easy access to the mountains and hiking …

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COVID-19 concerns, burnout causing Ohio teachers to retire early

When the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020, John Wilson, like so many educators, had to quickly adjust to working from home as schools shut down across Ohio and the country.  The high school social studies teacher learned how to transition to virtually teaching his 75 students at Madison Christian School in Groveport from his home office. By the end …

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CEO of Yale New Haven Health announces retirement

WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — It’s a critical condition impacting cities and towns all over Connecticut and the nation: a shortage of paramedics and EMTs. “We’ve seen a significant shortage of EMTs and paramedics,” explained Beth Szantyr, a field supervisor for Trinity Health of New England EMS in Waterbury. “It’s very serious in Connecticut. People are …

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Here are the key retirement provisions in the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill

Inside the Democrats’ forthcoming package of proposed social spending is a host of significant changes to how Americans might save for retirement in the years and decades ahead. The provisions – if enacted – would be one of the most impactful changes to the private retirement system since the SECURE Act was passed in 2019. …

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Opinion: When it comes to retirement security we’re…No. 17

Somehow shouting “We’re number 17!” just doesn’t have the right ring to it.  But that’s where the United States ranks—17th—in terms of retiree well-being. That’s according to the 2021 Global Retirement Index released by Natixis Investment Managers. The index provides a snapshot of the relative financial security of retirees in 44 countries in four key areas:  Material …

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