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Should I combine my retirement benefit and inheritance into an IRA?
Author : Jeff Fleming - Subject : Finance
I am 57 years old. After I "retire" this year from my current employer, I plan to become self-employed. I have set up an IRA account to roll over my lump sum retirement benefit from my current employer.
The wrinkle is that I am rece.....more.....
Building Blocks Of Fitness
Author : n/a - Subject : Exercise
Four areas of fitness are key to staying healthy and independent, according to Exercise: A Guide, by the National Institute on Aging, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the U.S. Public Health Service's Office on Women's Health. Th.....more.....
Author : Thomas Leo Ogren - Subject : Health
What we plant in our own yards often has a direct effect on our own health and the health of those near us. A pollen-producing male tree in our own yard will easily expose us to ten times more pollen than would a similar tree growing just down the bl.....more.....
Are Food Supplements for Me?
Author : Submitted by Member - Subject : Cooking
Food or dietary supplements include vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and metabolites. They come in many forms, such as tablets, capsules, powders, softgels, gelcaps, and liquids. Some foods also are fortified, or supplemented, with one or more nutrie.....more.....
The Beginning Investor's Kit
Author : N/A - Subject : Finance
Chapter 10: Invest in What You
Wondering what stocks to buy? Take a
tip from investment guru Peter Lynch,
former manager of Fidelity's Magellan
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