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  • 7). What is RMD?  By : Jeff McLeod
    When you have qualified money, retirement accounts, IRA, 401k, or 403b IRS Guidelines require they begin taking minimum distributions from these funds at age 70 1/2. Required Minimum Distribution (or RMD) is designed to help you calculate the proper minimum distribution based on life expectancy. When Do They Start? Tax laws require you to begin receiving minimum distributions from you qualified money by April 1 of the year after you reach age 70 1/2.
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  • 12). Military Retirement: When Services Really Pay  By : Henry Clark
    When somebody has done something good, it is right to provide him or her some rewards. For all the hardships and continuous service to the community, a worker is entitled to all the required benefits in exchange for all the services that he or she has done. It is for this reason that retirement benefits are extremely important. It is solely the best gratification one could ever have after so many years of working hard.
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  • 13). How to Avoid Dumb Investment Mistakes  By : Stephen L. Nelson, CPA
    Smart people sometimes make dumb mistakes when it comes to investing. Part of the reason for this, I guess, is that most people don’t have the time to learn what they need to know to make good decisions. Another reason is that oftentimes when you make a dumb mistake, somebody else—an investment salesperson, for example—makes money. Fortunately, you can save yourself lots of money and a bunch of headaches by not making bad investment decisions.
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  • 15). Individual Retirement Arrangement  By : Henry Clark
    An IRA or Individual Retirement Account is an account regarding a plan to retire, which provides certain tax advantages. The Individual Retirement Account as most people call it is legally known as the Individual Retirement Arrangement. This can may be an annuity which is usually deferred or have an arrangement for a trust that meets particular requirements the Internal Revenue Service necessitates.
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  • 19). How save and make money  By : money
    If you save money, the money will save you The problem with most peoples finances today is that they are not getting enough income to satisfy their needs and wants. People are naturally going to buy things they want even if it means spending more than they have (credit cards), and they know in the back of their minds that they cant afford it, but they will get it anyway.
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  • 20). Investing with a Self Directed IRA is a Growing Trend.  By : Robert Hubbard
    Portland, Oregon – Investing in real estate, businesses, franchises, tax liens, and more with an IRA (Individual Retirement Account) is becoming a growing trend. IRA123.com is happy to announce that BusinessFinance.com has recognized that trend and they have listed them in their Business Funding Directory which provides resources for entrepreneurs seeking financing.
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  • 21). Planning For Retirement Activities  By : Henry Clark
    Retirement doesn’t mean the end of an active lifestyle. Quite the contrary, it opens up new opportunities for many new activities. Some retirees substitute voluntary community work for their former work. This gives definition or meaning to their roles after retirement. Household work, volunteer work, family roles and community service actually increase after retirement.
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  • 22). What Is Public Employees' Retirement System?  By : Henry Clark
    The Public Employee Retirement System is for government employees except for teachers and students. This is a mandatory membership and all members should fill out a form of application at the beginning of their employment. It is a benefit plan that gives benefits to employees once they retire. This will be based on the number of years they rendered service and on their average salary.
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  • 23). Knowing Your 401k Plan.  By : Simon Fox
    Taking full advantage of your 401k plan today can help you achieve financial goals sooner, and provide enough income for a comfortable retirement. For most working people, Social Security checks alone will not be enough to maintain the standard of living they are used to, once they are no longer working. If you are lucky, your employer offers a 401k plan which, if used wisely and to the fullest advantage, can provide you with additional income for your golden years.
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  • 24). The Hurrier I Go the Behinder I Get  By : Ken E Morris
    When are Social Security checks potentially loans and not benefits? Why, when you have "excess earnings" of course. In today's economy, many senior citizens still work during their "retirement" either because they want to or, all too often, because they must to make ends meet. Retirees who want to work as well as collect social security retirement benefits must plan their compensation carefully if they want to avoid losing some or all of their social security benefits.
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