Retirement Management by Matt Alexander
... Now, according to the Social Security Administration, the average monthly Social Security retirement benefit check for January 2004 was $723.90. Chances are, this is not enough to do the things most dream of for retiring – traveling, buying a second home, starting a new hobby, or simply living in dignity. Personal Savings You probably should not keep too much money sitting in your checking or savings account. You may be earning 1% or 2% and that is nothing when you factor in inflation.
The Tax Payer as Gilligan by Kemberly Wardlaw
... (As this episode ends and the closing credits roll, we rejoin the final verse of our amended Gilligan’s Island tune) … “So this is the tale of our inflation rates, they're here for a long, long time. You’ll have to make the best of things, it's an uphill climb. Our law makers and bureaucrats will try their very best, to make the nation comfortable, with a fiscal mess. No rights, no wrongs, no benefits, not a single guaranty, like generations before yours now, it's challenging as can be.
The Key To Success With A Home Based, Network Marketing Business by Donovan Baldwin
... Yes, you needed to know your product, and you had to be willing to articulate what you had to offer, or what your product had to offer in the way of benefits to your friends, but your job as a network marketer was to create, grow, and maintain a broad circle of friends who could trust you and who could respect your in the area related to your product or service. That's where successful network marketing begins. One real person creating genuine links of respect and caring to one other ...
Photos Are Words by Rohn Engh
... To avoid this fate for your images, if you assign keyphrases to all of your important pictures, they will not only benefit you today, but also in your retirement, and even when your daughter or grandchildren assume control of your collection in the future. Get your family involved in helping to keyword your images. Many photographers have had 95% of their slides returned from former stock agencies now taken over by Corbis, Getty, Jupiter, et al. How important are these historical images?