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#295074 - 10/31/16 04:19 PM Retirement Issues
Jim D (FreeThinker) Offline
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Any chance of getting someone in charge to set up a forum for retirement issues in the "Life and Moral Issues" section?

If there is one I have missed it.

It seems that a lot of us are getting older and planning retirement or are retired. An area to discuss issues and commonalities might be beneficial.
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#295078 - 10/31/16 04:41 PM Re: Retirement Issues [Re: Jim D (FreeThinker)]
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How about adding it in Political Issues - Finance...?

There are already some Social Security topics in there. Or were you thinking about the non-financial aspects?

BTW, I think anybody who can post, can start a new topic. Go to Forum List, view the forums, then hit the New Topic button. I am not a moderator and I can do it.

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#295080 - 10/31/16 05:05 PM Re: Retirement Issues [Re: Jim D (FreeThinker)]
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Originally Posted By: Jim D (FreeThinker)
Any chance of getting someone in charge to set up a forum for retirement issues in the "Life and Moral Issues" section?

If there is one I have missed it.

It seems that a lot of us are getting older and planning retirement or are retired. An area to discuss issues and commonalities might be beneficial.

I have added it in Life and Moral Issues
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#295082 - 10/31/16 06:33 PM Re: Retirement Issues [Re: Phil Hoskins]
Jim D (FreeThinker) Offline
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Thanks Phil
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#295091 - 10/31/16 08:51 PM Re: Retirement Issues [Re: Jim D (FreeThinker)]
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Issues on Aging - and I started a thread!
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