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Is retirement the next chapter of your glorious life or are you already living it?  You worked hard for retirement benefits but are they enough. You worry if you’ll have enough money, you worry about changes in the economic market, you worry about health care costs, you worry if social security benefits will be around. You Worry!!!

The focus of the HR and Benefits Forum is to assist you in:

  1. Understanding and taking charge of HR and benefits issues as you prepare for retirement and
  2. Managing HR and benefits issues once you retire. 

In the 1980’s there was a popular song titled “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.”  As you prepare for and manage HR and benefits issues in retirement, I’d like for you to sing this tune “Don’t Worry, Be Prepared, Be Happy.”

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