Tag Archives: retirement

Senior class

With 10,000 boomers set to retire every day for nearly the next two decades, companies quickly are figuring out there’s a big market in providing what they’re looking for. Today’s retirement residences — whether independent, assisted living or skilled-nursing facilities — are providing savvy seniors with tons of amenities. Restaurants, convenience stores, movie theaters, classrooms,

Kitchen aid

Jo Meacham, owner of Urban Kitchens, 3515 N. Classen Blvd., had her best year ever in 2012 when she grossed almost $1 million off 42 projects. That’s a far cry from the $99,000 she made 14 years ago when starting her business. “We rocked along at about $200,000 for several years. Then we doubled that.

McClendon announces retirement from Chesapeake

McClendon, 53, has serve as the company’s CEO since the company was founded in 1989, and served as chairman of the company’s board until last year, when he stepped down amid controversy involving personal loans and company management. McClendon has faced criticism from shareholders over compensation and perks, especially during a period in which the

Expert Q&A: Investing

What do the U.S. Department of Labor’s new retirement plan regulations mean to employees who contribute to a 401(k) plan? JA: The U.S. Department of Labor’s new regulations mandating the disclosure of retirement plan fees will help employees make more informed decisions about their 401(k) plans. This is an important and long-overdue step for the