The latest twist in the 'Great Resignation': Retiring but delaying Social Security
For better-off Americans, the pandemic economy created some of the strongest incentives to retire in modern history, with generous federal stimulus, incredible market gains, skyrocketing home values and health concerns drawing many Americans into early retirement. The surprising twist? Many of these retirees also opted to put off claiming Social Security benefits, an exclusive Washington Post analysis shows. By delaying their benefits, these retirees can expect to collect higher monthly checks inews.yahoo.com
Locally-based Fortune 500 company AutoNation names Cheryl Miller its first woman CEO
Fort Lauderdale-based AutoNation, with more than 300 locations across the country, just named Cheryl Miller its first woman CEO. It's a position that can provide some stressful situations, and Miller has ways to cope with that. Miller keeps teamwork as a key concept at AutoNation, especially when it comes to their Drive Pink program. Being a woman in a male dominated industry is never easy, but Miller points out that times are changing. AutoNation is a Fortune 500 company that prides itself on being an industry leader, keeping standards high for all employees.