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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.....
Grand Parents: More than Cookies and Milk
Author : About.com - Subject : Grandparenting
Being a Grandparent is one of the special joys of growing older. As one grandmother put it, "Itís like the dessert at the end of a good meal." Itís the only relationship in which people are crazy about each other simply because theyíre breathing, say.....more.....
Kill Stress -- Before It Kills You
Author : Kyle Roderick - Subject : Health
The personal and professional transitions of midlife often bring on mind/body stress that can negatively affect health in the short and long term.
by Kyle Roderick
"A certain amount of stress helps increase your motivation to do better on the.....more.....
37 Ways to Peace of Mind
Author : Michael Castleman - Subject : Health
Stress is a fact of life, but being stressed out is not. We don't always have control over what happens to us, says Allen Elkin, Ph.D., director of the Stress Management Counseling Center in New York City, and yet, that doesn't mean we have to react .....more.....
Author : Staff - Subject : Health
Abscessed tooth A painful, serious infection that develops in the tissue around a tooth. When the pulp of the tooth dies, mouth bacteria start to overgrow and spread from the root of the tooth to the tissue under the tooth, creating a pus-filled.....more.....
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