It’s the dream of many Americans. After a life time of work, the ability to kick back and retire. However, only about half of all Florida voters aged 50-64 say they fear they’ll never be able to retire, according to a new survey by AARP.
Legendary former Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams has decided to call it a career after playing 11 seasons in the National Football League, according to ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter.
National Hurricane Center Director Bill Read is saying good bye to his position. Read is announcing plans to retire June 1.
Secretary of State Kurt Browning has done it again. On Wednesday he announced he was stepping down as the state’s top election official. Browning however said he will remain in office until the completion of Florida’s presidential primary on Jan. 31.
Miami Beach police chief Carlos Noriega, whose final year in office has been marked by problems with officers under his command, will end his control of the department Friday, according to a letter sent by City Manager Jorge Gonzalez.
Seniors are about to see something they haven’t seen in two years – a raise.
Tamarac is a good place to kick up your feet at the end of your career, according to Forbes Magazine.
The Miami Dolphins will be missing one of their most vocal players when they take the field for the 2011 season after Channing Crowder announced his retirement on Tuesday.
For more and more workers, 401K plan savings are what they will have to rely on for their retirement. But according to a new survey, an alarming number of baby boomers have not faced up to that reality.
Regis Philbin made a big announcement Tuesday. He’s retiring from his show.