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Showing-off all the time isn’t cool! Well, one becomes too cool only when they realize the power of a tequila shot, isn’t it?
8 Mar 2019
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AARP just released a retirement planning video Mission Retirement to show Americans the importance of saving for the future. Just about everyone’s mission is to retire some day. It isn’t impossible, but it will take work. According to AARP, there are big holes in the security net of pensions, therefore, it’s everyone’s responsibility to participate in work-based plans, like 401(k)s and cash balance plans. Workers need to take full advantage of the free money their employer offers and participate up to the available match—if not more. Mission Retirement has five segments that emphasize everyone’s personal responsibility to save for retirement, the benefits of tax-advantaged savings opportunities, the importance of making the right retirement decisions, and options for managing your assets in retirement. In the first segment, an employee decides to enroll in his company’s 40l(k) because he understood the importance of paying himself first through an automatic contribution and realized the power of compound interest and tax deferrals. Today the vast majority of workers are unprepared for retirement because they have not set realistic savings goals. In the second video segment, experts explain how to estimate how much we should be saving for retirement. One rule of thumb is to have a nest egg of 20 times your final salary. According to Dallas Salisbury of the Employee Benefit Research Institute, you’ll need to save 15 percent of your salary over 40 years to reach that goal. No one can fully predict the future but we still can prepare for the unexpected - like getting downsized from a job or change in health. Gil, in the third segment, never expected he would be looking for a job at 60, but that’s what happened when his company downsized. He talks to AARP about how he wisely didn’t touch his retirement next egg, but instead went back to work. The Crabbs, featured in segment four, had about $120,000 saved in a company plan when they retired. They learned the hard way how important it is to carefully manage their retirement money. In short order their nest egg had shrunk to $20,000 and at 68 they are looking for work. In this segment, AARP offers tips on spending money in retirement. Good news, bad news: we are living longer. In the final segment AARP offers steps, you can take so you don’t outlive your savings. Learn how life annuities could bring you a steady stream of income, if you very carefully shop for a product with low fees and costs from a highly rated organization. Produced for AARP
7 May 2007
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AARP just released a retirement planning video Mission Retirement to show Americans the importance of saving for the future. Just about everyone’s mission is to retire some day. It isn’t impossible, but it will take work. According to AARP, there are big holes in the security net of pensions, therefore, it’s everyone’s responsibility to participate in work-based plans, like 401(k)s and cash balance plans. Workers need to take full advantage of the free money their employer offers and participate up to the available match—if not more. Mission Retirement has five segments that emphasize everyone’s personal responsibility to save for retirement, the benefits of tax-advantaged savings opportunities, the importance of making the right retirement decisions, and options for managing your assets in retirement. In the first segment, an employee decides to enroll in his company’s 40l(k) because he understood the importance of paying himself first through an automatic contribution and realized the power of compound interest and tax deferrals. Today the vast majority of workers are unprepared for retirement because they have not set realistic savings goals. In the second video segment, experts explain how to estimate how much we should be saving for retirement. One rule of thumb is to have a nest egg of 20 times your final salary. According to Dallas Salisbury of the Employee Benefit Research Institute, you’ll need to save 15 percent of your salary over 40 years to reach that goal. No one can fully predict the future but we still can prepare for the unexpected - like getting downsized from a job or change in health. Gil, in the third segment, never expected he would be looking for a job at 60, but that’s what happened when his company downsized. He talks to AARP about how he wisely didn’t touch his retirement next egg, but instead went back to work. The Crabbs, featured in segment four, had about $120,000 saved in a company plan when they retired. They learned the hard way how important it is to carefully manage their retirement money. In short order their nest egg had shrunk to $20,000 and at 68 they are looking for work. In this segment, AARP offers tips on spending money in retirement. Good news, bad news: we are living longer. In the final segment AARP offers steps, you can take so you don’t outlive your savings. Learn how life annuities could bring you a steady stream of income, if you very carefully shop for a product with low fees and costs from a highly rated organization. Produced for AARP
7 May 2007
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AARP just released a retirement planning video Mission Retirement to show Americans the importance of saving for the future. Just about everyone’s mission is to retire some day. It isn’t impossible, but it will take work. According to AARP, there are big holes in the security net of pensions, therefore, it’s everyone’s responsibility to participate in work-based plans, like 401(k)s and cash balance plans. Workers need to take full advantage of the free money their employer offers and participate up to the available match—if not more. Mission Retirement has five segments that emphasize everyone’s personal responsibility to save for retirement, the benefits of tax-advantaged savings opportunities, the importance of making the right retirement decisions, and options for managing your assets in retirement. In the first segment, an employee decides to enroll in his company’s 40l(k) because he understood the importance of paying himself first through an automatic contribution and realized the power of compound interest and tax deferrals. Today the vast majority of workers are unprepared for retirement because they have not set realistic savings goals. In the second video segment, experts explain how to estimate how much we should be saving for retirement. One rule of thumb is to have a nest egg of 20 times your final salary. According to Dallas Salisbury of the Employee Benefit Research Institute, you’ll need to save 15 percent of your salary over 40 years to reach that goal. No one can fully predict the future but we still can prepare for the unexpected - like getting downsized from a job or change in health. Gil, in the third segment, never expected he would be looking for a job at 60, but that’s what happened when his company downsized. He talks to AARP about how he wisely didn’t touch his retirement next egg, but instead went back to work. The Crabbs, featured in segment four, had about $120,000 saved in a company plan when they retired. They learned the hard way how important it is to carefully manage their retirement money. In short order their nest egg had shrunk to $20,000 and at 68 they are looking for work. In this segment, AARP offers tips on spending money in retirement. Good news, bad news: we are living longer. In the final segment AARP offers steps, you can take so you don’t outlive your savings. Learn how life annuities could bring you a steady stream of income, if you very carefully shop for a product with low fees and costs from a highly rated organization. Produced for AARP
7 May 2007
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AARP just released a retirement planning video Mission Retirement to show Americans the importance of saving for the future. Just about everyone’s mission is to retire some day. It isn’t impossible, but it will take work. According to AARP, there are big holes in the security net of pensions, therefore, it’s everyone’s responsibility to participate in work-based plans, like 401(k)s and cash balance plans. Workers need to take full advantage of the free money their employer offers and participate up to the available match—if not more. Mission Retirement has five segments that emphasize everyone’s personal responsibility to save for retirement, the benefits of tax-advantaged savings opportunities, the importance of making the right retirement decisions, and options for managing your assets in retirement. In the first segment, an employee decides to enroll in his company’s 40l(k) because he understood the importance of paying himself first through an automatic contribution and realized the power of compound interest and tax deferrals. Today the vast majority of workers are unprepared for retirement because they have not set realistic savings goals. In the second video segment, experts explain how to estimate how much we should be saving for retirement. One rule of thumb is to have a nest egg of 20 times your final salary. According to Dallas Salisbury of the Employee Benefit Research Institute, you’ll need to save 15 percent of your salary over 40 years to reach that goal. No one can fully predict the future but we still can prepare for the unexpected - like getting downsized from a job or change in health. Gil, in the third segment, never expected he would be looking for a job at 60, but that’s what happened when his company downsized. He talks to AARP about how he wisely didn’t touch his retirement next egg, but instead went back to work. The Crabbs, featured in segment four, had about $120,000 saved in a company plan when they retired. They learned the hard way how important it is to carefully manage their retirement money. In short order their nest egg had shrunk to $20,000 and at 68 they are looking for work. In this segment, AARP offers tips on spending money in retirement. Good news, bad news: we are living longer. In the final segment AARP offers steps, you can take so you don’t outlive your savings. Learn how life annuities could bring you a steady stream of income, if you very carefully shop for a product with low fees and costs from a highly rated organization. Produced for AARP
7 May 2007
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AARP just released a retirement planning video Mission Retirement to show Americans the importance of saving for the future. Just about everyone’s mission is to retire some day. It isn’t impossible, but it will take work. According to AARP, there are big holes in the security net of pensions, therefore, it’s everyone’s responsibility to participate in work-based plans, like 401(k)s and cash balance plans. Workers need to take full advantage of the free money their employer offers and participate up to the available match—if not more. Mission Retirement has five segments that emphasize everyone’s personal responsibility to save for retirement, the benefits of tax-advantaged savings opportunities, the importance of making the right retirement decisions, and options for managing your assets in retirement. In the first segment, an employee decides to enroll in his company’s 40l(k) because he understood the importance of paying himself first through an automatic contribution and realized the power of compound interest and tax deferrals. Today the vast majority of workers are unprepared for retirement because they have not set realistic savings goals. In the second video segment, experts explain how to estimate how much we should be saving for retirement. One rule of thumb is to have a nest egg of 20 times your final salary. According to Dallas Salisbury of the Employee Benefit Research Institute, you’ll need to save 15 percent of your salary over 40 years to reach that goal. No one can fully predict the future but we still can prepare for the unexpected - like getting downsized from a job or change in health. Gil, in the third segment, never expected he would be looking for a job at 60, but that’s what happened when his company downsized. He talks to AARP about how he wisely didn’t touch his retirement next egg, but instead went back to work. The Crabbs, featured in segment four, had about $120,000 saved in a company plan when they retired. They learned the hard way how important it is to carefully manage their retirement money. In short order their nest egg had shrunk to $20,000 and at 68 they are looking for work. In this segment, AARP offers tips on spending money in retirement. Good news, bad news: we are living longer. In the final segment AARP offers steps, you can take so you don’t outlive your savings. Learn how life annuities could bring you a steady stream of income, if you very carefully shop for a product with low fees and costs from a highly rated organization. Produced for AARP
7 May 2007
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Everyone! I hope you're all doing well. If you think you can plug into a system and have it automatically pile money into your bank account without any effort then you should probably NOT watch this video and go find an up-and-coming stock to invest in. Good, now that we got the lazy people out of here, it's just you and I, the true entrepreneurs. If I told you that you could have the life you've always dreamed about, the one where freedom allows you to experience life differently than the average person, would you believe me? If you don't believe in yourself, you're never going to believe in me. When you realize that your external life is a reflection of your thoughts, maybe then you will realize the power of this system, AND the importance of having a great team to guide you along your path to success!
13 Mar 2008
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Nikon Capture NX Software Overview Supercharge your workflow with the next generation of high-quality image editing and processing. Utilizing U PointTM technology, Advanced Nikon Capture 4 delivers you powerful tools to help you fully realize the potential of your photographic imagination. The new Capture NX software releases not only the power of Nikon's Electronic Format (NEF) files; for the first time it makes JPEG and TIFF processing and editing elegant and easy enough for any photographer to implement. There are no complicated procedures - Nikon's new interface provides intuitive access to all of the tools you need. Make you photographic possibilities endless and realize the power of your imagination with Capture NX.
22 Oct 2008
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From *******www.PlayPianoTODAY**** , this is the 2nd chapter in the piano lessons series titled "Slash Chords". Once you realize the power that slash chords have to reduce complex chords into easy to play chords that sound fantastic, you'll never go back!
17 Oct 2009
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Go to *******www.facebook****/StateFarmNation for exclusive content, contests and more. In this State Farm® commercial, an accident ruins a couple's date night until the boyfriend sings the State Farm jingle. The driver's agent appears to help with the claim. After the girlfriend realizes the power of the jingle, she tries to fix everything else. State Farm agents are there when you need them. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.®
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*******t***/OYm9twWz - Best Bargain Review - Canon Pixma MG8120B Wireless Inkjet Photo All-in One Printer Fax Copy Technical Details Extraordinary Resolution: Realize the power of 9600 x 2400 maximum color dpi firing with 1pl. Benefit? Incredible quality and detail in both your business documents and photos High Performance Six Individual Ink Tank System: This 6-color ink system consists of five dye-based inks including a dedicated gray ink tank for professional-looking black & white and color photos. A pigment-based black ink produces exceptionally crisp, laser-quality text Print Beautiful, Borderless Photos Fast: Print a borderless, 4" x 6" photo in approximately 20 seconds Intelligent Touch System: This all-new button navigation system allows you to effortlessly operate your machine with gorgeous touch sensitive controls Full HD Movie Print: The all new Full HD Movie Print software turns your favorite HD movie clips captured with your compatible Canon EOS Digital SLR or PowerShot cameras into beautiful prints
3 Jan 2012
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CAPE CANAVERAL -- Old hands out at NASA's Kennedy Space Center will tell you that no two launches are alike. However, the launch of Space Exploration Technologies' (SpaceX) Falcon 9 rocket was perhaps the singularly most unique rocket launch in recent memory. Many have said that this flight marked a new age of spaceflight, a new way of doing the business of space travel. With a press site in the midst of renovation, a dropout of video access and a wayward boat -- this marked one of the most memorable launch days in history. However, through the weather concerns, tech issues and overly-enthusiastic sightseers the SpaceX team persevered and sent their rocket off on its maiden flight. There were concerns early on that rough weather that was predicted to hit around 11:30 would cause a slip or scrub -- however weather did not pose an issue with launch. Then there was a minor tech issue with telemetry -- one which Falcon 9 techs quickly turned into a non-issue. It does seem that every launch has a small bit of "drama" included in the day's lineup of events -- however it rarely involves a wayward boat, helicopters and the U.S. Coast Guard. Information was very hard to get but it became apparent that an "object" was in the restricted safety zone. We later found out that this "object" was a boat, that had been told to leave the area by a UH-60 Blackhawk and then, once outside the restricted zone, was intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard -- for a "discussion" regarding the crew's error. On the first launch attempt the countdown went all the way to two seconds - and then was aborted. Around the press site, all the old veterans were predicting doom and gloom, "Well that's that for the day!" They said. They were all wrong. I can include myself in their number -- and SpaceX -- made us all eat our words. The first attempt was held at 1:30 p.m. EDT. How could they possible recycle in time to launch before their window closed at 3 p.m.? Easy -- you work the problem and you try again for a 2:45 p.m. launch. The announcement was made that the second attempt would be made and a mild state of shock rolled around the press site. These SpaceX guys had nerves of steel. The clock ticked down -- and it did not stop. When the clock hit zero -- the Falcon 9 lit to the skies like the bird she was named for. There is a funny story there and one that I hope my friends at Space Florida and SpaceX do not mind me relaying to you. Being a regular at KSC -- I prided myself on my knowledge of the area. The folks on the roof of the Orlando Sentinel building with me -- had me looking at the Atlas pad. Folks over at the OSB II building -- went nuts -- you could hear them clear over at the press site. Then Emily Shanklin with SpaceX -- lost her mind. I have never seen someone more excited to see a bird take flight. In all honesty I cannot thank her enough for her genuine expression of emotion. It made me realized the power and importance of this moment. As I drove home rolling over the day's events in my mind I got stuck behind a car and it seemed I was being given a sign as to just how important this day was. The license plate on the car read simply -- TO MARS. Go SpaceX
14 May 2013
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