Rescuing Retirement offers a solution to one of America's biggest challenges--and a path to financial security for millions of retirees. Over the next two decades, almost 10,000 Americans will reach retirement age every single day. They deserve to live their older years in dignity. Instead, they will experience a dramatic drop in their standard of living. Our country is on a path that will lead to rates of impoverishment for senior citizens not seen since the Great Depression. The reality is America's retirement system is broken. Rescuing Retirement charts a visionary, bipartisan, and surprisingly simple way to solve this problem:
Two Piles of Money for Retirement and the Difference discusses the concepts of taxable versus tax-free money, the difference between Retirement Savings and Retirement Investments, and strategies you can use to have a safe retirement account.
401(k)-The Path to a Prosperous Retirement: Avoid the Traps. Find the Money. presents the fundamental information that will help individuals understand the various types of retirement accounts that take their category name-the 401(k)-from the Internal Revenue Service provision that authorizes them. Widely used by people who desire to prepare for their retirement years, the 401(k) can become, as the title suggests, "the path to a prosperous retirement." In this plainly worded guide, Vivian R. McDougle covers the topics one needs to understand both to "avoid the traps" and to "find the money." 401(k)-The Path to a Prosperous Retirement covers subjects like the workings of the stock market, the characteristics of a 401(k) account, the types of retirement accounts, the management of job changes, the workable retirement plan, and the best arrangements for getting the most out of one's accounts. If you know that you plan to retire, but have felt intimidated by the prospects of setting up a 401(k) and beginning a savings plan, then 401(k)-The Path to a Prosperous Retirement will give you just the right level of detail to get you started on the path to a retirement in which you have the funds to do what you plan for those years after your work is ended.
A Life worth Saving Laura's best friend Harry has an old battered car, which he won't get rid of regardless of how many times it breaks down. Meanwhile Laura is in her first year of Uni, when she meets Shawn. Shawn is hot and thinking of becoming a professional footballer. He drives the latest Mercedes and is an all round lady's man. Sparks fly and Laura becomes pregnant. Suddenly, Shawn is being scouted and he is drafted in a football team and the only friend she has is Harry. But what about her baby? What about Uni? Can old reliable Harry help Laura figure it out and accept that she is still worth loving?
There is a pressure on the pastor that never goes away. Most times the pastor is not aware of the pressure because he has lived under it for so long. But, it is there. He may mark a day on the calendar as his "day off," but one phone call and he is at the hospital, or at the home of a hurting person. He may plain a vacation with his family and is far away from home, but again, one phone call can cancel the plans as they rush back home because of a death in the church's family. In retirement, that pressure goes away and for that the pastor can be thankful. However, there is another pressure that takes its place. That pressure is described in the scriptures as being "a fire in the bones." It is the desire to preach.