Egg Nest

Author: Rosamond Wolff Purcell
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674031722
Size: 16,15 MB
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Purcell captures the diverse beauty, quirkiness and allure of eggs and the remarkable resourcefulness of birds, focusing on the intricacy of nests and the aesthetic perfection of bird eggs.--Kurt Shaw, "Pittsburgh Tribune Review."

A Foreign Egg In Our Nest

Author: Geoffrey Lealand
Editor: Victoria University Press
ISBN: 9780864730787
Size: 17,65 MB
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"American popular culture is everywhere in New Zealand. It is there when we turn on the television, when we listen to the radio, when we go to the movies. It is there when we turn the street and find the hamburger chain, the video parlour, the kid in the Michael Jackson t-shirt sipping from a Pepsi. Its influence on our social life is and leisure time seems all-pervasive. But how exactly does the mechanism of a popular culture operate and is this imported Americana necessarily a damaging presence? In the first study of its kind Geoff Lealand traces the various routes of American influence. Focusing on the currently contentious issues of film distribution, television schedules and radio programming, Lealand assembles some fascinating evidence and develops an argument which is provocative and entertaining." -- Back cover.

Reclaim Your Nest Egg

Author: Ken Kamen
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118004159
Size: 11,96 MB
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Pensionize Your Nest Egg

Author: Moshe A. Milevsky
Editor: John Wiley and Sons
ISBN: 0470952288
Size: 19,49 MB
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Pensionize Verb. 1. To convert money into income you can't outlive. 2. To create your own personal pension, a monthly income that lasts for the rest of your natural life. With the subpar performance of the markets, record-high personal debt levels, and shockingly low savings rates, it's clear that many Canadians expecting to retire in the next decade simply don't have a sufficient nest egg to ensure a worry-free retirement. Making matters worse, only about one-third of Canadians currently belong to a formal, or registered, pension plan; and even a large number of that "lucky third" will not retire with a guaranteed pension income. If you no longer have the time to wait and hope for your traditional investments to pay off, the answer is to "pensionize your nest egg" using the new technique of product allocation set out in this book. Pensionize Your Nest Egg explains how to Recognize if you really have a pension or just a tax-sheltered savings plan. Become informed about the new risks you and your nest egg face in retirement and why asset allocation, despite its value in the accumulation stage of life, is not sufficient to protect you and your money. Measure your retirement sustainability quotient (RSQ) and your Financial Legacy Value (FLV)-then choose a retirement income plan on the Retirement Income Frontier. Understand how product allocation differs from asset allocation, how to allocate your nest egg across three product silos, and learn about the new financial products that are available to protect against the new risks you face. Follow a seven-step process to close your Pension Income Gap and convert your retirement savings into a secure stream of lifetime income. Whether you do it yourself or work with a financial advisor, Pensionize Your Nest Egg gives you a simple plan to create a guaranteed retirement income-for life.

Empty Nest Egg

Author: Terry Noel
Editor: Entrescape
ISBN: 1442132779
Size: 12,11 MB
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Folks, we are in for a rough ride.    As I write this book, the world economy is perilously close to crashing. People are losing jobs. Companies are closing. Foreclosures are accelerating with no end in sight. Our leaders do not have a clue what to do. Our situation is dire and it will get worse. If your only answer to the question, "How do I make a living?" is "Get a job," you may be in for a rude shock. There is hope--starting your own business. If you have any doubts about your financial future, come on inside.

The Nest Egg Cookbook

Author: John Pollock
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450022790
Size: 13,87 MB
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Bird Egg Feather Nest

Author: Maryjo Koch
Editor: Collins Pub San Francisco
ISBN: 9780002554565
Size: 10,54 MB
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Bird watchers, naturalists, and art lovers alike will marvel at the exquisite watercolors and accurate information contained in this fascinating book--back in print after nearly a year. Drawing from her own field observations as well as from literature, scientific writings and mythology, Koch covers such topics as migration, courtship patterns, and evolutionary adaptations. 100 illustrations.

Unscramble Your Nest Egg

Author: John J. Cunningham
Editor: Warrior Publishing
ISBN: 0989342506
Size: 19,51 MB
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Pay off mortgage by age 50-55, deposit former mortgage payments into income earning accounts, and result will be a cash nest egg big enough to pay 50 percent of living expenses during 20 years of retirement.

The Nests And Eggs Of Indian Birds

Author: Allan Octavian Hume
Size: 17,93 MB
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Shrinking Nest Egg

Author: Raymond U. Ogums
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469187914
Size: 14,69 MB
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The events of 2008 have raised awareness to the possibility of highly derailing impact to savings under the new retirement funding structures, due to their relationship with the financial markets. As a result, many retirees were threatened financially; hence, forced back to work. Efforts by federal officials to boost the U.S. economy by lowering interest rates have resulted in almost zero returns on some federally guaranteed savings accounts popular with retirees. The downward trend continues to bite down seniors incomes, and together with the lingering impact of the 2008 events, have necessitated the need for most retirees to seek income supplements. While many have taken to post-retirement employment as a solution, some others have not been so fortunate in that they cannot work for various reasons. The What to Do part of this book offers suggestions for current and prospective retirees who can or cant work, and those still in their accumulation years, on how to mediate financial shortfall in retirement and ensure that their golden years are golden.