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Carol McFate retires as Xerox chief investment officer

McFate joined the Norwalk-headquartered company in November 2006 after holding executive positions at XL Capital Ltd. and American International Group.

VNS president and CEO Sullivan to retire after 30 years

Sullivan will retire on Aug. 31 and will be succeeded by Ann M. Olson, a principal and vice president at Qualidigm, a Wethersfield-based provider of home health and hospice services.

Metro-North President Joseph Giulietti to retire in August

According to an Associated Press report, Giulietti announced yesterday that he plans to spend time with his family while he evaluates the next step in his career.

University of Bridgeport president to retire in 2018

During Neil Salonen's stewardship, UB’s enrollment climbed to its current 30-year high of nearly 5,700 students while its revenue more than tripled.

Survey gives NY and CT mixed results as retirement states

Both states rank poorly in affordability measurements.

Column: Thinking retirement at any age

Options can vary; millennials and middle-aged workers have different needs.

Guest column: Risks make annuities a bad buy

Low interest rates and the threat of inflation make fixed annuities unattractive for people saving for retirement. Savers earn less interest while their future purchasing power erodes.

Legal impacts of a mobile lifestyle

While it’s simple to buy a plane ticket and have the mail forwarded, legal documents don’t always cross state lines so easily. Differences in state law can have big implications for estate planning and long-term care, Bernard A. Krooks writes.

Serving seniors on the move

Relocation concierge companies are part of a growth industry serving the needs of the elderly in Westchester County and the nation

Rethinking retirement and succession plans

According to one survey, 36 percent of Americans say that they don’t contribute anything at all to retirement savings. According to another recent survey, 24 percent of American workers say that they have postponed their planned retirement age at some point during the past year.

Survey: Conn. worse off

Just over half of Connecticut residents polled by Siena indicated they are worse off today than four years ago.

New Canaan man to oversee state pension

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy appointed New Canaan resident Neil Budnick as chair of the Investment Advisory Council.

Dimmer prospects for golden years

New Yorkers looking ahead to retirement see more work and less financial security than current retirees.