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Brett Favre Retires from the Green Bay Packers after 17 years in the NFL.
He is an Icon to all of Green Bay and to the fans of the NFL.
He will be greatly missed.
Just retired =)
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Reflecting the growing concern over health care costs and economic issues, American workers' confidence in being able to afford a comfortable retirement decreased over the past year by a rate unmatched in the 18 years of the Retirement Confidence Survey® (RCS), according to just-released survey results.
The percentage of workers who are very confident about having enough money for a comfortable retirement decreased sharply, from 27 percent in 2007 to 18 percent in 2008, the biggest one-year drop in the 18-year history of the RCS. Retiree confidence in having a financially secure retirement also decreased, from 41 percent to 29 percent, a drop of 12 percentage points.
Decreases in confidence occurred across all age groups and income levels but was particularly acute among younger workers and those with lower income. The RCS was conducted by the nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), and full results are online at www.ebri****/surveys/rcs/2008.
You know the old saying: Kill two birds with one stone?It’s just a saying …Annuities are like that… they’re tax-deferred retirement savings plans, but they’re also insurance policies. When you buy an annuity, you’re investing a certain amount of money with an insurance company. The insurer promises to credit earnings to your account and to annuitize your account value. Annuitization means that insurer will return your principal and earnings to you in regular payments - guaranteed - for the rest of your life. Or, if you prefer, you can withdraw your money as you need it.
Some investors use annuities as a way to accumulate tax-deferred earnings without planning to annuitize. Others buy annuities as a personal pension, to provide a stream of guaranteed lifetime income, and to have a good life insurance policy, to protect the family.
Some things just go together. And so it is with employers and their employee retirement plans… Employees get retirement income, employers get a tax deduction. Traditional pensions and profit sharing-plans are funded 100% by the employer, and everyone gets to participate. With Salary Reduction Plans… only eligible employees get to put away a percentage of their salary, pre-tax. In the best plans, employers contribute or match contributions. You won’t pay taxes on that money until you start withdrawing…years from now…when you’re retired and in a lower tax bracket or too rich to care. But where pensions are automatic