Helps those nearing retirement make the best decisions about their Social Security benefits by detailing techniques and options like “file and suspend” and “start stop start” to maximize their benefit income for a variety of different life situations.
Hey girlfriend, what do you dream of? Do you want more from your job, your man, your life? In this insightful guide, Amy DuBois Barnett, former editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar and Teen People, shows you how to GET YOURS . . . today, this year, and forever! With humor and honesty, Amy shares her own story of transformation from awkward, insecure people-pleaser to strong, independent woman. She reveals the personal philosophy that has allowed her to look and feel amazing, find love, and achieve history-making professional success. Weaving together intimate anecdotes, exclusive celebrity interviews, thought-provoking quizzes, and brilliant-but-basic tips, tricks, and tools, Amy gives you the insight and encouragement to: Identify and pursue your true passions. Let go of any negativity that’s holding you back. Find the man of your dreams—and build a lasting relationship. Achieve your professional goals and accumulate real wealth. Get the body you’ve always wanted. Figure out your personal style and nurture your creative talents. Form unbreakable bonds with your family, your friends, and your higher power. Enjoy life and make every day count! Get Yours! is your personal guidebook to a lifetime of happiness, love, success, and fulfillment.
"In 2016, Social Security rules changed radically. Do you know how - and how these changes might apply to you? Americans have left literally billions of Social Security dollars on the table - benefits we have earned, are eligible to take, but simply aren't aware of. Fully revised and carefully updated in light of the new law, Get What's Yours is the indispensable guide to collecting the maximum Social Security benefits possible."--Page  of cover.
A coauthor of the New York Times bestselling guide to Social Security Get What’s Yours authors an essential companion to explain Medicare, the nation’s other major benefit for older Americans. Learn how to maximize your health coverage and save money. Social Security provides the bulk of most retirees’ income and Medicare guarantees them affordable health insurance. But few people know what Medicare covers and what it doesn’t, what it costs, and when to sign up. Nor do they understand which parts of Medicare are provided by the government and how these work with private insurance plans—Medicare Advantage, drug insurance, and Medicare supplement insurance. Do you understand Medicare’s parts A, B, C, D? Which Part D drug plan is right and how do you decide? Which is better, Medigap or Medicare Advantage? What do you do if Medicare denies payment for a procedure that your doctor says you need? How do you navigate the appeals process for denied claims? If you’re still working or have a retiree health plan, how do those benefits work with Medicare? Do you know about the annual enrollment period for Medicare, or about lifetime penalties for late enrollment, or any number of other key Medicare rules? Health costs are the biggest unknown expense for older Americans, who are turning sixty-five at the rate of 10,000 a day. Understanding and navigating Medicare is the best way to save health care dollars and use them wisely. In Get What’s Yours for Medicare, retirement expert Philip Moeller explains how to understand all these important choices and make the right decisions for your health and wealth now—and for the future.
First job seekers' profiles - What do I want to do? - Steps towards your goal - What size organization? - Parents - Employers - Life as a jobseeker - Applications - Interviews - Knockbacks - The job - Conditions of employments.
A comprehensive handbook to the college admissions process for high-school students and their parents takes readers step by step through the application, essay, and interview procedures, and discusses qualifications, choosing a college, and tests.
All the steps of creating stories and how not to get discouraged by revision.
The letters between a young Dutch woman and a Swiss soldier
*HA02, Departures: A Reader for Developing Writers, Randall L. Popken, Alice A. Newsome, M. Lanell Gonzales(all of Tarleton State University), H6249-0, 350 pp., 6 x 9, 0-205-16249-5, paperbound, 1995, $16.50nk, October*/Departures offers developmental writers a fresh, unique anthology to complement their writing courses. The readings are drawn exclusively from popular media and are chosen for their ability to interest students. Departures examines questions of immediate importance in modern American life, choosing topics that also have academic significance.