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When Howard Cooper sold his Ann Arbor, Michigan car dealership earlier this year he made sure employee retention was part of the deal.
In these tough economic times, that alone would make him a hero to Howard Cooper Import Center's 89 workers. But the 83-year-old took things to a whole other level of generosity last week.
In yet another bit of cheerful economic news, a quarter of the 1,500 people who filled out Wells Fargo’s latest retirement survey said they don’t plan to retire until they’re 80 years old — two years past the life expectancy of the average American. Scary stuff? You bet!
The long-time Adjutant General of the Louisiana National Guard announces his retirement. Governor Bobby Jindal says Major General Bennett Landreneau will retire from the Guard after nearly 14 years serving as its head.
When people retire, they often decide to pull up stakes and move to a new city. No longer bound by the restraints of employment offices or client locales, retirees may instead find themselves drawn to places with great weather, affordable housing or better amenities than where they currently live.
U.S. News used data from Onboard Informatics to ascertain 10 things people look for when they retire,