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Make the best of the extra time retirement brings

SAN FRANCISCO – Singer Jim Croce longed to put time in a bottle. Retirees aren’t always certain what it is they long to do...

Report: County’s pension liabilities high, but gap gradually closing

Riverside County’s unfunded pension liabilities fell slightly in 2020, thanks in part to bond issuances that covered long-term obligations, but the county remains shy...

Soboba tribal member retires after half a century of service

Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians Special to Valley News Frances Salgado Diaz has made the decision to retire from the All Mission Indian Housing Authority board...
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The new year is an opportunity to reassess benefits

Andrew Zucker Zucker Law Firm How time flies. Can you believe 2020 has already come and gone? It feels like just yesterday we were welcoming in...

Murrieta City Council celebrates all those coming and going into the new year

The Murrieta City Council selected a new mayor and mayor pro tem and swore in two new council members at the city council meeting...

Murrieta Police Chief Sean Hadden announces retirement

Valley News Staff After more than seven years of service as the city of Murrieta’s chief of police, Sean Hadden has chosen to retire from...

Can you rid yourself of 2020’s financial stress as we head into 2021?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – 2020 has been a tough year for nearly everyone, and that may be especially true for retirees and those nearing...

How to balance a retirement plan in an unstable time

RED BANK, N.J. – The upheaval of 2020 has upended many financial plans, causing people to reassess their retirement strategies. More uncertainty lies ahead in...

Riverside County superintendent of schools to retire Nov. 1

RIVERSIDE – After 42 years of service in public education, Dr. Judy D. White announced her retirement from her role as Riverside County’s 12th...

5 ways older adults can safeguard against cyber criminals stealing their identity

FALMOUTH, Maine – As the use of personal computers and cell phones has grown over the last two decades, identity theft has surged. One study found...
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