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Social affairs correspondent, BBC News
Meet the extreme savers who live for an end of the nine-to-five.
Roy Kharbanda retires from his corner shop after spending 40 years at the heart of his community.
Britain's Olympic bronze medalist Amy Tinkler has retired from competitive gymnastics.
The 20-year-old, was Team GB's youngest medallist at the 2016 Games and retires as one of the most successful gymnasts in British history.
Posting on her social media, Amy said: "When one door closes, another one opens.
"Thank you to the gymnastics community, you've been my whole life and this is not goodbye.
"In the short term, I'm excited to try new opportunities, especially in an Olympic year like this one where I know Team GB will again capture the Nation's attention by delivering a fantastic performance in Tokyo."
Krissy Abbott had to depend on food banks and handouts, when she was expecting to live on her state pension - but her retirement age had changed from 60 to 65.
Train signalman Frank Kelly will retire after decades in the job as his signal booth is replaced.