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Best retirement plans for small biz
Good retirement plans aren't just a luxury for corporate folks. Money Magazine's Walter Updegrave walks us through four retirement plans designed to help small business owners and workers.
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Clip of The Best Retirement Plan
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Medical Insurance: The simple guide for Malaysians
http://KCLau.com There are two types of medical insurance coverage. The first one covers 36 critical illnesses. The second type covers hospitalization and surgical benefits, which is commonly known as medical card or health card. In this video, I explained the differences and how you can plan to get covered with medical insurance.
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Companies: The Insured Retirement Plan
A better retirement plan for companies.
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6 Tax Deferral (by itself) Provides No Additional Growth to Your Retirement Plan
It is often stated that deferring taxes will provide more income during retirement because of the growth on the money that would have gone to pay taxes. This is a myth and explained in detail in this video.
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How To Increase Your Pension
Watch How To Increase Your Pension from the how to specialists. This advice video will give you useful instructions to make sure you get good at pensions. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojug Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojug Like Us On Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/videojug Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojug Watch This and Other Related films here: http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-boost-your-pension
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Sutter Health Provides Generous Pension Plan
Providing quality care for patients starts with taking good care of our nurses and employees. Providing a generous pension is one way Sutter Health supports our network employees.
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8 It Is Time to Come to Some Conclusions
For your tax-deferred retirement plan to work, you must be in a lower tax bracket at the time of retirement, and Social Security must account for a large part of your income.
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3 Why a Balanced Budget Cannot Save Your Tax-Deferred Retirement Plan
Although balancing our national debt and controlling future spending is critically important to our financial future as a nation, it cannot save us from the looming tax crisis. This video explains why.
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Thailand Costs of Medical and Dental Procedures
Exclusive RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand plus connect with other like minded people at: https://goo.gl/M0nMT5 Most Westerners have shelved the idea of getting medical work done unless they are wheeled into an Emergency room. Unless someone has insurance, that's not many now, they just forgo the procedure and suffer the consequences. But if you live in a place like Thailand or want to live there you can get some major medical procedures done without giving up an arm and a leg in the process. And if you are wondering whether a life in Southeast Asia is a good retirement plan, coming over for a surgery or butt lift will save so much money that the trip becomes a free bonus. Check out these prices. Please become a friend or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website I'd appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia #retirecheapjc #alwaysanoption #morelifeforlessmoney
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Six Steps by James Cunningham
Achieve Complete Financial Independence through integrating a comprehensive Financial Plan, Tax Strategy, Retirement Investment Vehicle and Asset Protection James Cunningham is a Registered Financial Consultant and a Master Certified Estate Planner. He has given hundreds of seminars and has consulted thousands of Business Owners and Individuals on how to make money, save money, and get out of debt using the concept known as the Family Bank. He has worked in the financial services and consulting industry for close to two decades and is recognized as one of the leading authorities on Fixed Equity Index life insurance strategies. Only CFG Consulting, LLC™ has a team of experts, dedicated to serving doctors, physicians, dentist, chiropractors and medical and business professionals, to guide you through the complex process of creating a financial planning strategy that is balanced, profitable and virtually risk-free. We provide accounting and tax services for our clients and can set you up with the best equity index life insurance policies available in the country. Our financial planning experts work with you to: Analyze your personal and business finances Show you how to save for retirement Carefully plan your investments - risk free Eliminate debt and unwanted expenses Save for your children's education Obtain a mortgage Select the proper insurance products Develop a comprehensive financial strategy Experience Financial Freedom You'll receive a comprehensive financial planning strategy with the specific steps to achieve your financial goals. Plus you will have access to the very best available range of insurance and investment products and services that we use ourselves. You will also have the expertise that James has to offer and this alone is priceless. We encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity now and contact us. Let's see what we can do for you.
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National Guard Retirement Calculator Enables You to Plan Your Retirement Amount
http://www.retireearly.psl91.com National Guard retirement calculators gives you the opportunity to plan ahead and gives you the amount that you will receive when you retire from duty. These calculations will allow you to understand what you will have to pay. This will allow you to be more confident when you retire.
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MA SMART Plan - Video
Massachusetts Deferred Compensation Plan Video
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The Best Retirement Calculator
In order to prepare for our later years, it's helpful to run some numbers. How much will you need for your retirement? Are you on track? This video from personal finance author/speaker Matt Bell of http://www.mattaboutmoney.com, reviews one of the easiest free online calculators available - Fidelity's myPlan Snapshot.
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Is a 401k Enough For a Successful Retirement (GoodFinancialCents.com)
http://www.goodfinancialcents.com/401k-rollover-to-ira-best-strategy-retirement-account-consolidation/ Do you wonder if investing in your 401k will be enough for your retirement? If not, you should be. This is Jeff Rose from goodfinancialcents.com. Today I am going to talk a little bit about a common question that I get quite frequently. This question is that Jeff I have a 401k, is that enough? Is it enough to have a successful retirement? It is a very good question because a lot of people wonder about, am I saving enough? Am I putting enough away to make sure I get enough to retire when I want to retire and is the 401k only thing that we need to get us by? And I would say that generally speaking that answer is no. As far as my reasoning and logic behind that is this. For one reason, most people that do have a 401 k, most of you are not [maxing] it out. This is from my personal experience. So are you putting in 16500 per year in that 401k? If you are, you definitely have a [fighting ] chance and if not then most likely the 401k is not going to be enough. And if you have a good company that has a good [match] at top of that, obviously it will make it better. For those who are not putting the maximum amount in and not having good and favorable [match] from your employer then you definitely have to consider other means and sources of savings. In over and above, you can obviously choose between traditional or Roth IRA. Both of those are excellent tools to complement the 401k and specially if you are doing the Roth IRA and you are doing the regular 401k that gives you pre tax money and after tax money. So both those together, I think that are a good compliment. I know for me personally. I am business owner so I have a set IRA which [is kind like] my 401k and over above that I have been able to do Roth IRA and I have been able to do Roth IRA conversion. So I have got some pre tax money and after tax money as well. So I think that those both really work together. So between the two, having a good 401k, having a Roth IRA traditional IRA, just give you another bucket to choose from. Me personally, I am not really counting on security being there for me. If it is there, it will come at a later date, may be 70 when I can get it and maybe I get a reduced amount. Do not take it for sure rather plan on it for not being there, and utilizing 401k and Roth IRA as an alternate or replacement for that. Between those two, another thing I would add is saving account and investment account, utilizing other investment savings tools to have that for you at retirement. So to answer a quick question, if you have a 401k and is that enough? I will probably say no. Make sure that you are utilizing all the other tools. For me, I like having three buckets approach. If you got a 401k, Roth IRA it is another source of retirement income that could be a saving accounts or investment account. At least have three buckets, so you can always have choices when it comes to the retirement. One bucker dump's over is depleted; you have got other buckets to choose from. So that was my advice to you. If you have any questions, feel free to email me, contact me on the blog.
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Episode 158 - Retirement Planning Factors: Health
The last of our five factors which will help you determine the form your retirement income will take is your health. In this video I explain the difference your good or poor health will make to your retirement income.
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Personal Finance: Plan Ahead for Your Retirement
http://EverythingFinanceBlog.COM: With the threat to future retirees of social security funds being exhausted in 2036, we all need to start preparing now for our retirement ourselves. It is a frightening thought, having to take more money out of our checks every week just so we can save for after we retire. Read More: http://everythingfinanceblog.com/2011/05/plan-ahead-for-your-retirement.html
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State workers consider early retirement
Hundreds of state workers are looking to lock in retirement benefits.
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Military Retirement Calculator - How To Control Your Money Now
http://www.retireearly.psl91.com People who serve in the military that are planning their retirement may use the military retirement calculator. This is a helpful tool to get you the right information so you can save now. Learn what you need to start saving now for your retirement and be ahead of the game.
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Shaq Attacks Sleep Apnea
This video is one in a series that explains the diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea. For more information, visit www.understandingsleep.org Like Harvard Medical School on Facebook: https://goo.gl/4dwXyZ Follow on Twitter: https://goo.gl/GbrmQM Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/s1w4up Follow on LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/04vRgY Website: https://hms.harvard.edu
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1 Your Future Retirement Income Faces a Far Greater Threat Than the 2008 Market Crash
If you own a tax-deferred retirement plan, the wheels are already turning on changes that will have adverse effects on your retirement income. This video explains why.
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Minding your mitochondria | Dr. Terry Wahls | TEDxIowaCity
Note from TED: This talk, which features health advice based on a personal narrative, has been flagged as potentially outside TED's curatorial guidelines. Viewer discretion advised. The guidelines we give our TEDx organizers are described in more detail here: http://www.ted.com/pages/tedx_curating_speakers ***** Dr. Terry Wahls learned how to properly fuel her body. Using the lessons she learned at the subcellular level, she used diet to cure her MS and get out of her wheelchair.
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Are you worried about retirement?
New poll finds 44% of "Baby Boomers" are worried about retirement. 1 in 4 say they may never retire
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Be in the Top 5% in Internet Network Marketing..
http://www.drrickfraser.com/ Why are only 5% making money with Internet Network marketing and the 95% failing?Learn what this Doctor shares with you to bring you success in MLM.
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2011 12 02 - Volatility, Healthcare costs in Retirement
Generosity Wealth Management in Boulder, CO - experienced and committed to comprehensive investment and financial planning solutions tailored to your unique needs and desires. TRANSCRIPT: Hi there, Mike Brady with Generosity Wealth Management, here in Boulder, Colorado. And I am really pleased to be talking with you today and there are a couple of things I want to talk about today. And the first one is volatility. On Wednesday, we had a DOW that was over 400 points up, and this is following the Thanksgiving week where the market was sharply down. (Low volume but still sharply down.) And it's my belief that this type of volatility, and not just in the last couple of weeks, we've seen a lot of volatility in the last year or so, I believe it is going to continue going forward. And if that is true, it's also my belief that some active management should be considered for client's portfolio. That's something that I'm going to be talking with my clients about in the coming months. That's also something I'm going to be talking about in these videos in the coming months, that it may have a place in a volatile environment- how can we best position our portfolio to take advantage of that particular market condition? So, if you're not one of my clients, I recommend you give me a call so that we can talk about it, kind of one on one, and your personal situation. And the second thing I'm thinking about this week is well, healthcare costs; and specifically as it relates to retirement. I heard a statistic yesterday that is very interesting. The Fortune 100, 91 out of the Fortune 100, in 1985, had traditional pension plans. Today, the Fortune 100, only 19 of them have traditional pension plans. If you're a GE employee, starting today, you know, day one of your employment, you are not offered their traditional pension plan. And that is, GE is one of the largest companies, with the largest pension plans. So, I think this is a trend that is going to continue going forward. And what this tells us is that you've got to take control of your saving and investing for your own retirement. Don't assume that someone else, either some big corporation or even Social Security is going to handle it. You've got to take control of it! And one of the largest expenses you're going to have in retirement are your health care costs. And fifty-three per cent of individuals recently polled couldn't even estimate what those health care costs are. We're talking Medicare A, and B, and D, and your estimated premium payments, and your estimated out of pocket expenses. These are some expenses that you're going to have to, you know, pay in your retirement. So the question is, in your life expectancy, what are they going to be, what kind of a lump sum, under certain assumptions, will you need to have in retirement? And of course the question is- do you have that set aside? You may, you may not, but let's try to quantify that on a piece of paper. I have some wonderful software that I'm going to be working with clients with in the next couple of months to try to put that number down on a piece of paper so that we can say, "Boom! This amount of money is what, under these assumptions, we're going to need for the healthcare costs for the rest of your life." So the question is, have you done that for yourself? Maybe you have. If you haven't, give me a call I can try to help you answer that question. It's a hard number to really put down, things are always in motion, but you know what, let's try to estimate as best we can. An estimate is better than not having any idea at all. And it is something we can revise as the years go forward. So anyway, that's kind of what's on my mind this week. Mike Brady, Generosity Wealth Management, 303.747.6455, here in Boulder, Colorado. A comprehensive, a full service wealth management firm; I love my clients, I have a great passion to treat my clients like members of my family, and if you're not my client, I'd love to talk to you about whether it makes sense if what I do is right for you, or if I'm the right person to help you with that. So, anyway, you have a wonderful week and we'll talk to you later bye bye now.
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How To Make Your Veteran Pension Make You Money
http://www.veteranpensionbenefits.net :: How To Make Your Veteran Pension Make You Money CONTACT US FOR PERSONAL HELP. Other ways American Military Benefits Can Help You -Expert and knowledgeable assistance in better understanding the Veteran Benefits that might be available to your client. -Social Media Marketing to Veterans, their spouses, people looking for information reagarding dementia and health care professionals in your client's area. -Bringing clients to your community through Social Media Marketing -Online and On-Site training about the Veterans Administration pension and how to bring clients into your community by using this program. -Hard copy of marketing materials and online access to marketing adis, videos and application forms. -Online application submission and tracking. -A complete professional evaluation of your client's current financial situation, if necessary. -Advice regarding assisted living communities and/or home care options that are available on our website and social media sites. -Assistance in helping families of veterans in protecting their estates from being severely damaged by medical and/or long term care expenses. -Expert advice regarding making Medicaid work for you as compared to losing your life savings trying to receive aid from Medicaid. -Information and advice, in requested, regarding special needs of seniors as they relate to legal, financial, real estate, or senior living options. This information is provided only by experts in those fields who we have previously vetted for reliability.
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Study shows 401k plans not paying out enough
A new study shows American's 401k plans have less than one-quarter of what is needed to maintain their standard of living in retirement. Business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis spoke to Chris Wragge with a break down of what people will need to change to prepare for the future.
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The Future of Employer-Sponsored Retiree Medical Benefits - Towers Watson
http://www.towerswatson.com/services/health-and-group-benefits Stephen Parahus, a senior consultant in Towers Watson's health and group benefits practice, offers perspective on the future role of employers and retiree medical plans.
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Managing Your 401k Retirement Account
For more details on how to Manage your 401k Retirement Account visit http://401krolloverhelp.net http://401krolloverhelp.net/401k-retirement/401k-retirement-account/
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Part 1
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Will Social Security Benefits Be There For Me?
Will Social Security Benefits be there for me? Many of today's baby boomers are very concerned that the Social Security system will run out of money in the near future, and will not be solvent when you retire. Let's review: What is Social Security Social Security History Social Security Tax How Social Security is suppose to be funded Current financial condition of social security Potential changes to fix social security system The Social Security Act was signed into law in 1935 and the system was planned as a pay-as-you-go arrangement whereby the contributions of workers would go into a trust fund out of which benefits would immediately be paid to current retirees. The goal was to be able to pay social security benefits and have a small cushion. According to the May 2010 OADDI (Social Security) trustee report, the Social Security Trust fund had a balance of $2.5 trillion invested in special-issue US government securities. The securities pay market interest rates and can be liquidated at face value prior to maturity at face value so that principals not subject to interest rate risk. The trust fund is expected to grow to almost $3.8 trillion by 2019. Please go to the following link for the 2010 Trust Report. www.ssa.gov/OACT/TR/2010/ Sometime in 2025 payouts in the social security trust fund will exceed receipts. By 2037 the social security trust fund reserves will be liquidated and current contributions will be sufficient to pay approximately 78% of scheduled social security benefits. As an avalanche of baby boomers start to draw down their Social Security Benefits, political attention is being focused once again on the solvency of the Social Security Administration. It will be extremely important for Congress to make changes sometime over the next couple of years so that they can be phased in on a gradual basis.   Some of the potential changes that are being discussed in Congress are: Increasing the FICA payroll tax rate Increasing the limit on taxable earnings( currently $106,800) Increase social security retirement age based on increased life expectancy. Slight reduction in the cost of living index Invest some of the social security trust fund assets in equities and alternative assets Make 100% of social security payments taxable based on income Change the Social Security benefit formula It is quite clear that Congress will have to make changes that can phased in over a long period of time in order to ensure that there will be more than enough money to pay promised . Baby boomers should plan to maximize their social security benefits because the changes listed above should have minimal impact on social security benefits during their lifetime. For more information on Social Security reform please go to the website of the American Academy of Actuaries at www.actuary.org Please feel free to email me at johnfarrell@gfallc.com if you need help with maximizing your families' social security benefits.
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Investing Rule #7: Keep Costs Low  (common sense investing)
http://www.financinglife.org Mutual Fund costs are a big reason that the average investor's return is much less than the total stock market average. Learn why. Learn how to tell a good fund from a poor one. This is part of ten short videos series that summarizes the common sense investment advice from John Bogle, which his followers endearingly call the Boglehead Investment Philosophy. It describes the best ways to invest money, and the best place to invest money. You'll learn how to choose mutual funds, why index funds are smart investments, and how to invest in bonds which should be a part of everyone's asset allocation.
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3/28/11 - Change is the only Constant
youVideo Blog Week of March 28, 2011 It's been said that change is the only constant. Here at the Medical Center, we're accustomed to change. Often, change makes the end result better. Changes such as the integration of the OSU Physicians, our conversion to a fully electronic medical record, curriculum reform and Crew Resource Management will help us become a more high-performing organization. Changes in our facilities and our environment will help us continue to improve lives. The growth and changes in our ambulatory facilities will make OSU Medical Center care more accessible to the community. But, for any change to be positive, we need to fully understand it. The proposed changes to the defined benefit plans of the state retirement systems, including the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System, or OPERS, and the State Teachers Retirement System, or STRS, are no different. These changes are intended to maintain the long-term viability of the state's pension programs, and they're based on many factors. You may have heard about these recently in the news, in OnCampus or on OneSource. It's important that you have the information you need to understand how this proposed legislation may affect your individual circumstances. To help you stay informed, we have created a link on the home page of OneSource with detailed information that we will continue to update as the state budget process progresses. It's important to note that these proposed changes may be altered during the ongoing legislative session. We anticipate that final legislation will be approved by June 30, 2011, and will go into effect 90 days later. Changes will be implemented on a timetable that's different for OPERS and STRS. Ohio State's leadership has been following the legislation closely, and is actively advocating for defined benefit pension plans while also keeping the defined contribution options. We'll continue to monitor the legislation, and communicate with you as it progresses. If you have questions about how these changes might affect you, please contact OPERS, STRS, or your personal financial advisor. These experts are best able to offer advice about your specific circumstances. As our value of Change and Innovation states, "change is part of our heritage and our future." So stay curious about change -- whether it's this change or any other. When we think creatively and remain open to positive, constructive conflict, we learn more and develop better solutions. So, make a positive change in your work this week, or endeavor to learn more about a change that's happening around you. And, as always, have a great week.
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Military Retirement Reform
Military Personnel Subcommittee held a hearing on Military Retirement Reform led by Chairman Joe Wilson (R-SC)
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BMA: Threats to your NHS Pension
Planned changes to NHS pensions will hit doctors hard. In this clip, the BMA's Head of Pensions discusses the threats and action you can take to fight them.
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Nurses Call to Protect Retirement Security
Progressive Radio Host Thom Hartmann talks to Jean Ross, RN, the co-President of National Nurses United. If you liked this clip of The Thom Hartmann Program, please do us a big favor and share it with your friends... and hit that "like" button! http://www.thomhartmann.com Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thom_hartmann Subscribe to The Thom Hartmann Program for more: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thomhartmann
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Tax Free Retirement Atlanta
Call 770-414-8800 to discover a tax free retirement vehicle for you and your family. Bruce Ryles is an Atlanta based retirement specialist who can help you prepare and execute a plan to help you retire more comfortably.
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How long does Chapter 7 bankruptcy last? What will my life look like during bankruptcy?
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common bankruptcy filed. Chapter 7 bankruptcy eliminates most debts such as credit cards, medical bills, judgments, mortgage deficiencies, collection accounts, and many other debts. The elimination of debt through bankruptcy is called a “discharge,” which means you are no longer obligated to pay the debt. Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy eliminates all debts except student loans, child support, overdue taxes from the past three years, and court-ordered restitution. The biggest benefit of filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy is that it only takes 90 days to finish. It’s one of the quickest debt relief options available. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is known as a “liquidation bankruptcy” because the Chapter 7 bankruptcy court appoints a “trustee” who can sell or “liquidate” your unprotected assets and use the sale proceeds to pay your creditors. The nice thing about Chapter 7 bankruptcy is that you know which assets are protected and which are not before you file. In most states, you can often keep your car, home, clothing, jewelry, household items, and 100% of retirement accounts. The property you get to keep after filing for bankruptcy depends on your state’s “exemptions”. Each state has an exemption law that delineates the type and amount of property a debtor can keep away from his creditors. All states allow you to keep 100% of your retirement accounts. Your rights to receive certain benefits, such as social security, unemployment compensation, veteran's benefits, public assistance, and pensions are completely exempt regardless of the amount received. No one can take away those future benefits if you file bankruptcy. Bankruptcy protects cars and homes depending on the amount of equity held in the property. What happens if you are above the exemption amounts or you have unprotected assets? In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the trustee has the right to sell the property and disburse the proceeds to your creditors. Some trustees allow the debtors to buy back the items from the trustee. Another option is to sell unprotected assets before you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Many Internet postings advise against selling any property before filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy as it may be seen as keeping an asset out of the hands of a trustee. However, anyone can sell property before filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy so long as the asset is sold at fair market value. If you do sell an asset prior to filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and assuming it was at fair market value, the next question you have to answer is, “what did you do with the money?” This is where people get into trouble. Some people will sell the car at fair market value and then give the money to their father to repay a loan from him. That is a preference payment the trustee can recover. Your father would have to return the money to the trustee. Instead, invest the proceeds in a retirement account, pay your taxes, or spend it on personal needs. Some people fear Chapter 7 because they worry the trustee will sell their home and other assets even though it rarely happens. The latest statistic from the U.S. Trustee Program with the Department of Justice, which is the federal agency that oversees bankruptcy cases and trustees, is that only 5% of Chapter 7 cases have any assets that can be sold. This means 95% of the people who file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy do not lose anything. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a powerful way to get out of debt, and with all powerful tools, there are some restrictions. In October 2005, the bankruptcy reform laws were revised with a new requirement: a “means test.” This test evaluates your income to determine if you are eligible to have your debts dismissed completely under Chapter 7 or whether you need to enter into a debt restructuring plan under Chapter 13. You may qualify to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy if your income falls below the median income in your resident state based on your family size. For example, in Colorado, if you are a single person who makes less than $50,000 per year, then you can file for Chapter 7. If you earn more than the median income, you may still qualify for Chapter 7 provided you are unable to set aside at least 25% of your income to repay your creditors. If you don’t qualify for Chapter 7, it doesn’t mean you cannot file bankruptcy as there are two other bankruptcies available. For more information about Chapter 7 bankruptcy, visit www.HeupelLaw.com or call Heupel Law at (303) 955-7570. Heupel Law is located at 2440 Stout Street, Denver, CO, 80205. To watch this video again, click https://youtu.be/HBnehNrXzeI.
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Smart Savings Now   Tax Free Retirement
Smart Money, Tax Free Retirement Strategies
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New York Times Best Selling Author Curt Coffman | Baby Boomer Retirement
http://2ndhalflounge.com Listen to New York Times Best Selling Author Curt Coffman as he discusses baby boomer retirement, and the importance of finding your strengths. Brought To You By: 2nd Half Lounge
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Population Reduction and You (1/9): Dr. Stanley Monteith on The Crimson Pill
NOTE: The interview with Dr. Monteith begins in Segment 3 June 26th, 2011 - Dr. Stanley Monteith Population Reduction and You For over a decade, prior to his retirement, Dr. Monteith led a delegation of physicians from Santa Cruz County to the House of Delegates of the California Medical Association. For 10 years he led the battle within organized medicine in California to address the AIDS epidemic as a medical issue rather than a civil rights issue. As a result of his experiences trying to implement an effective medical approach to the HIV epidemic, he wrote the book, "AIDS:The Unnecessary Epidemic", the widely circulated pamphlet, "To Deceive a Nation", and more recently, "A Nation Deceived and Betrayed." Supported by physicians across our nation, his public health approach to the HIV epidemic was eventually accepted by the California Medical Association. Unfortunately, powerful forces continue to oppose the dictates of doctors. Dr Monteith currently spends five hours daily on talk radio in California. He writes extensively, and lectures on geopolitics. He has spent 30 years researching the causes for America's spiritual and moral decline. http://bbsradio.com/thecrimsonpill/ http://www.radioliberty.com/
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Future Self
The Future Self project uses virtual reality to introduce young people to their older Avatars in an effort to influence their behavior and financial planning for the future. This project is a collaboration between the Stanford Center on Longevity and the Virtual Human Interaction Lab. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
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Physician Home Loans
Visit http://physicianhomeloans.org for Personalized Service and some of the Best Physician Home Loans Available Today!
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16. How Doctors make Money, LOTS OF IT!!!
a short little skit about doctors, pharmacists, and drug dealers.
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US military pensions in question
US military pensions in question Long before the first bullet was fired in World War II, the US government made a deal with its military - serve 20 years and receive a pension worth half of your pay. Since then, it has been an untouchable political promise. President Barack Obama has called it a "moral obligation". But given the nation's debt, it may not be an obligation that the US can afford to keep. Having studied the matter, a high-level Pentagon board is recommending changes to the system the will affect those currently in uniform. Al Jazeera's Patty Culhane reports from Washington, DC.
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Part 3
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Retirees look for Mexico for the Sun and Health Care issues
Do you want to come to live in Mexico? Plaese contact us. We help you to make your dreams come truth
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