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State Treasurer Urges Caution to Those Making Withdrawals From Retirement Funds

The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has many Delawareans, and people around the country, rethinking their savings plans, including saving for retirement. While “staying the course” is typically the safest way to maintain your position in an unstable market, sometimes changes are essential. Speaking to the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society of Philadelphia, Delaware […]




Labor Secretary John McMahon to Retire after Seven-Year Tenure

Having successfully led the Department of Labor’s efforts to support Delaware workers during one of the most challenging times in the state’s history, Secretary John McMahon announced that he would retire to spend more time with his family.




Safety and Homeland Security Secretary Lew Schiliro to Leave Administration after Successful Tenure Marked by Increased Public Safety Measures Statewide

After leading the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security for more than six years, Secretary Lew Schiliro, an original member of Governor Markell’s cabinet, announced his plans to retire.




Delawareans Should Start Planning Now For Retirement

No matter your age, it’s important to have a retirement plan in place. Tools and resources are available to help you along the way.




Statement by Governor Markell on Retirement of Supreme Court Justice Carolyn Berger

Governor Markell announced he has received formal written notice from The Honorable Carolyn Berger, Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, of Justice Berger’s intention to retire from the Supreme Court effective September 1, 2014.







 Pages Tagged With: "Retirement"

State Treasurer Urges Caution to Those Making Withdrawals From Retirement Funds

The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has many Delawareans, and people around the country, rethinking their savings plans, including saving for retirement. While “staying the course” is typically the safest way to maintain your position in an unstable market, sometimes changes are essential. Speaking to the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society of Philadelphia, Delaware […]




Labor Secretary John McMahon to Retire after Seven-Year Tenure

Having successfully led the Department of Labor’s efforts to support Delaware workers during one of the most challenging times in the state’s history, Secretary John McMahon announced that he would retire to spend more time with his family.




Safety and Homeland Security Secretary Lew Schiliro to Leave Administration after Successful Tenure Marked by Increased Public Safety Measures Statewide

After leading the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security for more than six years, Secretary Lew Schiliro, an original member of Governor Markell’s cabinet, announced his plans to retire.




Delawareans Should Start Planning Now For Retirement

No matter your age, it’s important to have a retirement plan in place. Tools and resources are available to help you along the way.




Statement by Governor Markell on Retirement of Supreme Court Justice Carolyn Berger

Governor Markell announced he has received formal written notice from The Honorable Carolyn Berger, Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, of Justice Berger’s intention to retire from the Supreme Court effective September 1, 2014.