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MSN | Outlook, Office, Skype, Bing, Breaking News, and Latest Videos 100 Retirement Wishes — Happy Retirement Messages Skip to main content A Trusted Friend in a Complicated World The Healthy Games Home Humor Knowledge Holidays Subscribe Dyson Hair Tools Guide RD.COM Knowledge Etiquette 100 Happy Retirement Wishes: Messages for Co-Workers, Friends and Family Charlotte Hilton AndersenUpdated: Aug. 17, 2023 These retirement wishes will let someone know you’re thinking of them as they celebrate this major milestone RD.com, Getty Images What to write in a retirement card We measure our lives in milestones: birth, first love, graduation, first job, marriage, first home, first child, grandkids … and eventually retirement. And like other milestones, retirement has the potential to change your life, whether you’re moving to one of the best places to retire or staying put. This is why retirement wishes are so important: You’re not just congratulating someone on an accomplishment—you’re celebrating and supporting them through a major life change. In short, it’s a big deal, and you need the right words to honor this momentous occasion. No pressure, right? You can pull inspiration from congratulations messages and perhaps include a few retirement quotes, depending on your relationship with the retiree. You might also want to interject a little humor. But all wishes for retirement should come from the heart and include these three things: A congratulatory message A memory or wish for their future Your feelings Yep, retirement card messages can be a little more involved, but they can be equally meaningful or fun. Here are some ideas to get you started. Get Reader’s Digest’s Read Up newsletter for more etiquette, humor, travel, tech and fun facts all week long. RD.com, Getty Images Retirement wishes for co-workers Huge congratulations on a job well done—for so many years! Thanks for sharing your expertise, wisdom and sense of humor with all of us. You will be greatly missed here. Your career has been impressive, and your example is an inspiration to me. Enjoy your retirement—you’ve earned it! I’ve enjoyed all of the time we’ve worked together, and I will really miss you. I hope you have a wonderful retirement. Excited to see what comes next for you—enjoy your second act! I see great things for you ahead! Happy retirement! You’re a gem of a co-worker, and it won’t be the same here without you. Our loss is your gain! I’m excited for you but know you’ll be missed around here. Happy day—it’s finally here! You made it to the finish line! May your future be as bright as your time here with us was. Congrats on retiring! Huge props for accomplishing such a big milestone. The good news is that you’ll finally be your own boss. The bad news is that you’re also your only employee. You may be retiring, but even though we’re not co-workers anymore, let’s stay friends. Let’s meet up soon and catch up. I’d love to hear about your next great adventure. Remembering all the good times we had working together and missing you already. We love everything you did for us. Now go do what you love for you! Working with you never felt like work—I hope your retirement is just as fun. I hope you have as much fun spending your money as you did earning it. (Actually, I hope you have way more fun!) Aw, go on, get out of here—you’ve got better things to do now than hang around this place! (Translation: Enjoy your retirement!) Are all these retirement messages making you think about what your future might look like? Check out the best states to retire in to get some ideas! RD.com, Getty Images Retirement wishes for employees Best wishes for a long and happy retirement. Feel free to come back and visit anytime—just bring chocolate with you! You should be so proud of your career. We sure are proud of you! Thank you for all your hard work here—you’ve been an amazing team member. Congratulations on your retirement after so many wonderful years here. You officially have my permission to relax now! Not that you need it, but hey, old habits die hard. I’m excited to see what you write in the next chapter of your life. Congratulations! Thanks for all the time and work you put into making this company so great. Enjoy retirement! Congratulations on a long and impressive career. It’s been a pleasure working with you. Thank you for your dedicated years of service. You were a pillar of this company. I can’t believe this day has finally come! While I’m sad to see you go, I know this is the next big step, and I’m excited for you. It’s been wonderful working with you. Enjoy your retirement. Your new project is … nothing but fun and relaxation. Now get on that! I’ve always admired your work ethic and skills. Thanks for doing everything you did. Thanks for being such a dedicated and smart worker. When they made you, they broke the mold. Congrats, good luck, bon voyage! Working with you has truly been a delight, and I’ve learned so much from you. Happy retirement. So grateful for you and everything you’ve done here. Now you’re on to bigger and better things! It’s been a privilege to work with you, and we’ll miss you more than you know. The office won’t be the same without you, but we’re all excited to see you embark on your next adventure. Whether someone offers you a sweet retirement message or gives you a retirement gift, don’t forget the thank-you message. RD.com, Getty Images Retirement wishes for bosses You’ve taken care of all of us for so many years—now it’s time to take care of yourself. Enjoy your retirement! You’ve been the best leader anyone can ask for, and the company won’t be the same without you. Huge congratulations to the retiree. We will miss you! We’ve all loved working for you and wish you the best in retirement. Happy retirement! And thanks for giving us a great reason to have a party! Today, it’s all about celebrating you and your incredible career. You’re a true professional who always led by example. You’ll be missed around here. I want you to know how much I appreciate all the sacrifices you’ve made for our team. Now go get some well-earned rest! You’ve got a new job: relaxing! Enjoy your retirement! Pro: You get to spend your time doing everything you’ve always wanted. Con: Now you have to make your own coffee. Seems fair. It’s been a privilege and a pleasure working for you. Happy retirement. Thanks so much for all your support and help and for being our biggest cheerleader. We will miss you. Thanks for being not just a boss but also a mentor, friend, coach and cheerleader. We’re sad to see you go but happy you’re moving on to bigger and better opportunities. Happy retirement! Send us a postcard from the beach! I can’t imagine this place without you! Enjoy your retirement, and know that you left big shoes to fill. Here’s to many happy golden years! The legacy you are leaving here will never be forgotten. Congratulations to the best boss ever! Enjoy your retirement—you’ve earned it. Know that all the balloons and cake aren’t because we’re happy you’re leaving but because we’re happy you’re escaping. Celebrating a couple’s big day? You can’t go wrong with these happy anniversary messages. RD.com, Getty Images Retirement wishes for friends Congratulations on your retirement. I hope you enjoy every moment of it … golfing with me! Let me take you out, and we’ll toast your second act in style. Welcome to retirement with me! Jump on in—the water’s great! Wishing you a retirement full of health, happiness and friendship. We’ve gone from early meetings to early bird specials, and we still have each other to hang out with! Wait, are you old enough to retire? And if you are, does that mean I am too? Party time! Congrats on beating me to retirement! The end of this phase is just the beginning of a better, more exciting one. We were friends first, then friends and co-workers, and now back to just friends again—and I couldn’t be happier! Enjoy your retirement—but not too much. At least not without me! Congrats on retiring! Does that mean the next round of drinks is on you (to celebrate) or on me (because I’m the one who still has a salary)? You win. You retired first. But I’m coming in a close second. We’ve been through the highs and lows of our careers together, and I’m glad to see you ending yours on a high note. Cheers to your retirement. Now that you’re retired, it’s time to break out those “hopes and dreams” from our middle school yearbook. What would you like to do first: become president of the United States or kiss Sally? Retirement parties are the best parties we’ve had yet because everyone’s old enough to drink but not too old to enjoy a good party. Is this the beginning of an endless spring break? Think about it. Retirement isn’t the end of the road—it’s the on-ramp to the highway. Congrats on merging! Now that you’re done with managing crews, let’s see how you manage a cruise! May all your sailing be smooth from here on out. So … tie-burning bonfire at your place? Live. Love. Retire. Then laugh. Make sure to avoid these retirement budget mistakes when planning your own retirement. RD.com, Getty Images Retirement wishes for family May your retirement days be long and filled with fun and family. You’ve always set a great example for me in your career, and I know whatever you do next will be equally great. Wishing you nothing but sunny days and peaceful nights from here on out. I’m excited for all the new opportunities in your life. Happy retirement. You’ve always been one of the hardest workers I know, and I’m happy to see you finally get a break. My heart is overflowing with happiness and joy for you. Congrats on this milestone moment. Remember when everyone told you that when you retire, you’d have more time to spend with family? YAY! There’s so much fun and adventure ahead of us—cheers to your retirement! You are successful in everything you put your mind to, and I have no doubt that retirement will be just the same. Wave bye-bye to tension and hello to your pension! Congrats on retiring from work, but you’ll always have your job as my dad—and you will always be the person I look up to the most. I know your company is sad to lose such an amazing worker, but know that your family is overjoyed to spend more time with you. Here’s to retirement! You’ve worked so hard for others for so many years—now it’s time to work hard taking care of yourself. Happy retirement! If retirement is just turning another page, I’m so glad we’ll always be in the same book. I love you, I admire you and I’m so proud of you and everything you’ve accomplished. Huge congratulations on a job well done. My wish for you is that you’ll be proud of the work you’ve done, the person you’ve become and the future you’re creating. Wishing you the happiest, most relaxing retirement. May all your dreams come true in retirement. I can’t think of anyone more deserving of love, happiness and good health. Wishing all of this and more for you in your retirement! Don’t just think about what you’re retiring from. Remember what you are retiring to: me! I love you, and I’m so happy for you! Different milestones require different sentiments, so bookmark these wedding wishes, get well wishes, condolence messages and graduation wishes, so you have the right words ready at any time. Originally Published: November 21, 2022 Charlotte Hilton Andersen Charlotte Hilton Andersen is a health, lifestyle and fitness expert and teacher. She covers all things wellness for Reader’s Digest and The Healthy. With dual masters degrees in information technology and education, she has been a journalist for 17 years and is the author of The Great Fitness Experiment. She lives in Denver with her husband, five kids and three pets. The Healthy Food Home Humor Knowledge Travel Videos Subscribe Our Brands Taste of Home Family Handyman Birds & Blooms The Healthy LifeRich Publishing Advertise with Us About Us Contact Us Customer Care Terms of Use Privacy Policy Your CA Privacy Rights Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information Accessibility Statement About Ads Affiliate Program Information About Cookies License our Content © 2023 Trusted Media Brands, Inc. Sign Up for Our Newsletters Enter email address Sign Up Enjoy the BEST stories, advice & jokes! 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At Social Security, we want you to know we share the same joy when it comes to serving you, whether it be online, by telephone or in person. Our online services are available to help you do business with us in an easy, convenient and secure way. It all starts with a personal my Social Security account. More than 71 million people have signed up for their personal account!You can create a personal my Social Security account to:• Apply for retirement, spouse or disability benefits.• Apply for Medicare.• Check your application or appeal status. If you receive benefits, you can use your personal my Social Security account to:• Change your address. (Social Security benefits only) • Change your direct deposit information. (Social Security benefits only)• Instantly get proof of benefits. Listen now and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS Feed | Omny Studio • Print your SSA-1099.If you do not receive Social Security benefits, you can use a personal my Social Security account to:• Get personalized retirement, spouse, or disability benefit estimates.• Get your Social Security Statement. • Get instant proof that you do not receive benefits.You can use our services on-the-go or from the comfort of your home. Please visit www.ssa.gov/myaccount to view the services available to you. We want you to have a safe, happy holiday season and know that we are here for you.Medicare Q: I lost my Medicare card. How can I get replacement?A: The easiest way to get a replacement Medicare card is by using your my Social Security account. Go to www.ssa.gov/myaccount for more information on how to create an account. You also can get a replacement Medicare card by calling us toll-free at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778). 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Topics News Alerts Subscribe Breaking News Subscribe Happy Holidays from Social Security | SSA Skip to content An official website of the United States Government. Social Security Matters Menu Home SSA.gov Online Services Comment Policy Search Search for: Search Close Search Bar my Social Security General Happy Holidays from Social Security December 22, 2022 • By Dawn Bystry, Acting Associate Commissioner, Office of Strategic and Digital Communications Reading Time: 1 Minute Last Updated: November 2, 2023 The holiday season brings us feelings of warmth and joy. At Social Security, we want you to know we share the same joy when it comes to serving you, whether it be in person, by telephone, or online. Our online services are available to help you do business with us in an easy, convenient, and secure way. It all starts with a personal my Social Security account. More than 70 million people have signed up for their personal account to conduct their business online! You can create a personal my Social Security account to: Apply for retirement, spouses, or disability benefits. Apply for Medicare. Check your application status. If you receive benefits, you can use your personal my Social Security account to: Change your address. (Social Security benefits only) Set up or change your direct deposit information. (Social Security benefits only) Instantly get proof of benefits. Print your SSA-1099. If you do not receive Social Security benefits, you can use a personal my Social Security account to: Get personalized retirement benefit estimates. Get your Social Security Statement. Get estimates for spouse’s benefits. Get instant proof that you do not receive benefits. You can use our services on-the-go or from the comfort of your home. Please visit our website to view the services available to you. We wish you a safe, happy holiday season and look forward to continuing to serve you in the new year! Did you find this Information helpful? Yes No 0/400 Thanks for your feedback! Tags: my Social Security, my Social Security account, social security See Comments About the Author Dawn Bystry, Acting Associate Commissioner, Office of Strategic and Digital Communications Deputy Associate Commissioner, Office of Strategic and Digital Communications Related Articles Disability General Retirement Survivors Knowledge is Power, and so are our Publications! General It’s National Consumer Protection Week General Retirement SSI Understanding the Need for a Representative Payee General Online Services Take 5 Steps toward Your Financial Security Comments Timothy C. January 15, 2023 2:35PM It wasn’t such a happy holiday for me because social security decided to cut off my disability right before the holidays. WHY! I have been on disability for over 10 years, nothing had changed, but someone just decided I was no longer disabled. I would like to have an explanation as to WHY. Ann C. January 18, 2023 7:46AM Hi, Timothy. We are sorry to hear about your situation. For your security, we do not have access to private information in this venue. We ask that members in our Blog community work with our offices with specific questions. You can call us at 1-800-772-1213, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., for assistance. You can also contact your local Social Security office. We hope this helps. Debbie January 3, 2023 5:38PM trauma train international? internet-based? talking out my mouth constantly. scary. want let me se my kids. national science federation bodymonip project. you are killing me. Maria January 3, 2023 3:16AM Question: The SS pension was updated with the inflation? If yes, what is de %? Thank you J. B. December 28, 2022 1:26AM Is access to mysocialsecurity account down (outside of posted business hours) just for the holidays or forever? I used to be able to access my account whenever I wanted to but now I can only do so during EST business hours. Thank you in advance Ann C. December 28, 2022 6:20AM Hi. Thanks for question. We apologize for any inconvenience and invite you to use all of our online services today. Due to scheduled systems maintenance, some of our Online Services are unavailable during certain times. We hope this helps. Steve f. December 25, 2022 7:57PM The kentucky version of ssa ,what a slow,slow,slow, government. Working against taxpayers who apply for anything. When it comes to paying in to gov. If your slow you’re fined,charged,etc. Getting help as a citizen waste of time ,gas,mail postage , just file for bankruptcy, live in a tent .stand on a corner with , need food, work, etc. Carlotta C. December 26, 2022 2:38AM Carlotta Ripley 605 tomoka Court Waynesboro ga ,30830 Humana card credit account spending debit visa and direct express card credit account debit visa bank savings deposit payment untied health care card credit account visa debit account bank savings deposit payment Ann C. December 27, 2022 6:54AM Hi, Carlotta. Thanks for visiting our blog. We respond to questions and provide general information on our Retirement, Survivors, Disability, Medicare and SSI programs. If you have a general question, we encourage you to ask here. But remember, just as a reminder, never post personal information on social media. We hope this helps. Tony December 27, 2022 9:25AM Carlotta seem to be a predator waiting on victims. Contact this person if you want to set up one of those accounts and have your personal information stolen. Tony December 27, 2022 10:06AM These are the two basic credit card fraud. The fraudsters has all your personal information and goes to your residence to steal the pre-approved credit card application in the mail. They buy a prepaid disposable phone for the phone contact number on the application. They wait to steal the credit card that comes in the mail. They use the prepaid phone to activate the card. The other credit card fraud is to steal the information on your credit card when you hand the crooked cashier or waitress your credit card. They steal the 3 digit security code on the back of the card. You should cut out and remove this security code and store it in a safe place. Many people are notified by their credit and debit card companies about fraudulent online purchases. Almost all online purchases require the security code and when it is wrong, it triggers a fraud alert. If the fraudsters have your security code, it will take longer to catch the fraudulent transaction by the time you get the bill. Tony December 26, 2022 6:27AM Set up a tent outside of the SSA local office. Put up a sign that reads homeless waiting on disability hearing. The SSA will expedite your case to get you out of their sight. Tony December 26, 2022 6:44AM Put a coffee can in front of the tent. Some of the senior citizens applying for social security are so gullible that they will give you money. Seniors are an easy target. Tony December 26, 2022 7:03AM Don’t forget to put God bless you on the sign. You can get those religious people to donate too. The homeless standing on the corner are good at finding ways to get donations. Richard a. December 24, 2022 8:34PM My daughter turns 18 in June and starts college this fall will I still be able to get my benefit for her or will end in may 30 days before gopher 18 th birthday ? How does it work when child dependent turns 18? Ann C. December 27, 2022 7:30AM Hi, Richard. Thanks for your question. Usually the benefits stop when children reach age 18 unless they are disabled. However, if the child is still a full-time student at a secondary (or elementary) school at age 18, benefits will continue until the child graduates or until two months after the child becomes age 19, whichever is first. For more information, please check out our publication, Benefits for Children. For specific questions, you can call us at 1-800-772-1213, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., for assistance. You can also contact your local Social Security office. We hope this helps. Martha L. December 23, 2022 10:09PM Thank you so much for all that you do for us! I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Carlotta C. December 26, 2022 2:41AM Stimulus avid card credit debit visa account bank savings deposit medical insurance gateway visa debit card credit account bank savings deposit medical insurance card credit debit visa account savings deposit payment cash money bank Comments navigation « Previous 1 2 3 Comments are closed. 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BY ASPPA Net Staff December 22, 2016 ASPPA Connect will not appear on Monday, Dec. 26 as the ASPPA office will be closed. We’ll be back on Wednesday, Dec. 28. We wish you happy holidays, and offer some little-known facts concerning the holiday season.Unofficial Christmas truces sprang up along the Western Front in 1914, the first year of World War I. In some areas, men from both sides went into no man’s land on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day to mingle, exchange food and souvenirs, sing carols and play games.Boxing Day, celebrated on Dec. 26 mainly in the United Kingdom and the British Commonwealth, originates there from a 17th century British custom in which tradespeople collected “Christmas boxes” of money or presents on the first weekday after Christmas as thanks for good service throughout the year.Continental Europe also has a Boxing Day tradition, dating from the Middle Ages, of money and other gifts being given to those who were needy and in service positions. It may have originated from a custom in the era around and just after the end of the Roman Empire in which metal boxes were placed outside churches to collect special offerings related to the observance of the Feast of St. Stephen, which also falls on Dec. 26.This year, Hanukkah and Christmas coincide; 1978 was the last time that this exact overlap happened, and the next will be in 2027.Figgy pudding dates back to 16th century England. It may have originated from savory puddings, and may also refer to a raisin or plum pudding.The U.S. Postal Service expected to deliver 750 million packages this holiday season.According to the 33rd annual economic analysis by The PNC Financial Services Group, this year: the price for a partridge and a pear tree this year would be $210; the cost of two turtle doves would be $375; the cost for 11 pipers piping would be $2,708; the price for 12 drummers drumming would be $2,934; and the total cost of items bestowed by a “true love” who buys all 364 gifts mentioned in all the verses of “The 12 Days of Christmas” will be $156,507. Every year, nearly 35 million Christmas trees are sold in the United States; 10 million artificials are sold. 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