Category: COP

Top 10 Articles Read by ConocoPhillips Employees

1. Life after COP: Should I Work in Retirement? Choosing whether or not to continue working either full-time or part-time in your retirement is a decision you’ll have to make based on the benefits you receive from employment. The benefits one receives from working can be divided up into two categories; financial and emotional. Read

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Survivor Checklist: How Your Spouse can Receive ConocoPhillips Benefits After Your Death

The recent health crisis has us all thinking about what’s most important, and for many of us that is family and friends. Obviously, we hope everyone stays healthy and happy during these tough times, but I have received a number of calls from my ConocoPhillips clients inquiring about survivor benefits. They are wondering if their

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Life After COP: Should I Work in Retirement?

The most important thing a retiree should focus on is being happy in retirement. A number of my ConocoPhillips clients choose to work in retirement simply because they enjoy it. Others work for the financial benefits, and some simply choose to spend their days relaxing with friends and family. Choosing whether or not to continue

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ConocoPhillips: Social Security and Medicare

We’ll look back at this moment in America and realize that health and financial security were the two major concerns on everybody’s mind. It is no wonder then, that I’ve received an abundance of calls from clients inquiring about their Social Security and Medicare benefits. I noticed many of these questions were coming from ConocoPhillips

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How a Divorce can Impact Your ConocoPhillips Benefits

Getting divorced is statistically one of the most stressful events humans experience. As a recruiter I’ve had a lot of clients who’ve experienced a divorce and had their benefits significantly impacted. It’s always good to be prepared for the consequences of a divorce. So today I’ve decided to write a post for my ConocoPhillips clients

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