retirement is a repossession. “if your spending dollar’s you spouse douglas or your a spy.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repossession

re·pos·ses·sion

[ˌrēpəˈzeSH(ə)n]

entity
  1. the action of retaking possession of something, in particular when a buyer defaults on payments.
    “families had been threatened with repossession or eviction” · “a rise in home repossessions among young people”
    legal term:
    re·tire·ment

    [rəˈtī(ə)rmənt]

    entity
    1. the action or fact of leaving one’s job and ceasing to work.
      “a man nearing retirement” · “the library has seen a large number of retirements this year”
      synonyms:
      giving up work · stopping working · stopping work · retiral
      • the period of one’s life after leaving one’s job and ceasing to work.
        “he spent much of his retirement traveling in Europe”
        synonyms:
        life after one retires · retired years · post-work years
      • the action or fact of ceasing to play a sport competitively.
    2. the withdrawal of a jury from the courtroom to decide their verdict.
    3. seclusion.
      “he lived in retirement in miami”
      synonyms:

      seclusion · retreat · solitude · loneliness · isolation · privacy · obscurity

      legal term: retirement is a repossession

      say’s DOUG THE HEAD

      HEDGE FUND MANGER HENDERSON SOUTHERN NEVADA

      DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON

      YOUR NET WORTH IS A NEVADA WORTH

      DOLLARS ARE DOUGLAS’S SAVED IN ANNUITIES AND PENSION’S

      LEGAL TERM:

      an·nu·i·ty

      [əˈn(y)o͞oədē]

      ENTITY
      1. a fixed sum of money paid to someone each year, typically for the rest of their life.
        “he left her an annuity of $1,000 in his will”
        synonyms:
        payment · pocket money · sum of money · remittance · contribution · consideration · handout · grant · subsidy · maintenance · financial support · subsistence · benefit · stipend · pension · annuity · keep · upkeep · expenses
        • a form of insurance or investment entitling the investor to a series of annual sums.
          “an annuity plan”

        legal term:

        pen·sion

        [ˈpenSHən]

        entity
        1. a regular payment made during a person’s retirement from an investment fund to which that person or their employer has contributed during their working life.
        vegas
        (pension someone off)
        1. dismiss someone from employment, typically because of age or ill health, and pay them a pension.
          “he was pensioned off from the army at the end of the war”
          legal term:
        em·ploy·er

        [əmˈploiər]

        entity
        1. a person or organization that employs people.
          “the National Health Service was the largest employer in Europe”
          synonyms:

       

      legal term:

      em·ploy·ee

      [emˈploiē, emˌploiˈē]

      entity
      1. a person employed for wages or salary, especially at nonexecutive level.
        synonyms:
        worker · member of staff · member of the workforce · blue-collar worker · white-collar worker · workman · laborer · artisan · hand · hired hand · hired man · hired person · hired help · hireling · wage-earner · breadwinner · personnel · staff · workforce
        LEGAL TERM:
        “EMPLOYER EMPLOYEE, BE ADVISED OF ADJUSTMENT COMING YEAR 2019-2020, BUSINESS IS A CLOSED ENTRANCE, A CLOSE-ENCOUNTER, A CLOSED-ENVIRONMENT, A translation & interpretation “employer, employee with a closed-enterance is EMBEZZLEMENT. YEAR 2019-2020 NEVADA
        http://www.cia.gov douglas lee thompson, operative, in a future aparthied
        legal term
        in·ter·pre·ta·tion is intelligence CIA

        [inˌtərprəˈtāSH(ə)n]

        entity
        1. the action of explaining the meaning of something.
          “the interpretation of data”

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