1. Public Reviews on Imran Khan Wedding

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    Keeping everyone updated with the live news about the universe. Become aware of the world news online wherever you are. Tune in for reviews of the journalists.Public Reviews on Imran Khan Wedding News Pakistan breaking news, business news, business news UK, business news Pakistan, latest news Pakistan, world news now, world news headlines

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    • Barack Obama's Historical Speech on March 26th, 2014 ( BELGIUM )

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      TODAY'S: Barack Obama's speech at FLANDERS FIELDS. Exactely 100 years after WW1, Barack Obama held this speech at FLANDERSZ FIELDS in Belgium. " On Livestram."

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      • Franklin Templeton Retirement Survey

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        http://www.retirementnewstoday.com Franklin Templeton Investments today announced the findings of its 2014 Retirement Income Strategies and Expectations (RISE) Survey in the United States. The annual survey, which polled 2,011 Americans ages 18 and over, found that the concept of retirement is laden with contradictions in both attitude and preparedness. Among those not yet retired, the survey found that 92 percent of individuals anticipate their retirement expenses to be similar to or less than pre-retirement spending. Interestingly, more than a third of pre-retirees (39 percent) have not yet started saving for retirement. “Americans have long struggled with preparing for the realities of retirement,” said Michael Doshier, vice president of Retirement Marketing for Franklin Templeton Investments. “The survey uncovered several contradictions related to the degree of understanding and often divergent approaches to retirement.” On the bright side, the majority (72 percent) of pre-retirees indicated that they are looking forward to retirement. However, only 25 percent of all respondents think that their retirement will be better than previous generations versus 33 percent who think it will be similar and 41 percent who think it will be worse. Even with improving economic conditions, more people are concerned (48 percent) about outliving their assets or having to make major sacrifices to their retirement plan today than they were at the beginning of last year (44 percent).

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        • Don't Walk Away From A Problem You Helped Create

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          Let's ask WHY and not forget another 2 Million Factory Worker (mostly Female) for their Safety at workplace and Wages they deserve Companies that profited from Bangladeshi workers need to stand by those workers, not abandon them.

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          • How to Start Your Retirement Plan WSJ Market Watch Melody Juge

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            Source: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/how-to-start-your-retirement-plan-2013-04-11 Retirement. This life passage will place most people in a position of living on a fixed income for an extended period of time. In some cases for 20 to 30 and maybe even 40 years. The key to moving graciously into and through this passage, where personal finances prevail, can be found in your definitive and accurate answers to this one question: Exactly how much money will you require to fund your basic income requirements as well as your lifestyle expenses, month after month, year after year for the rest of your life? Back to basics This may seem too basic for some but the lack of attention to the exact details of your income requirements is often the biggest drawback for creating a successful retirement income flow. Reflecting back to an earlier MarketWatch article: Retirement Planning: Not sexy but vital, under Phase 2 — Preservation Phase of the retirement planning process, I point out that, "in order to actually make a plan you have to know exactly how much money you will require each and every month Why is this important? Knowledge of your exact personal expenses is everything in planning for your retirement. Most people when asked, "how much money will you need to live on each month in retirement?" are general in their answers. It goes something like this: “Umm, well about X dollars ...” Generalizing just doesn't work here and that casual approach is often the core problem in creating a plan and it is also the main reason you might run out of money. When you are working and the money is flowing in week to week, month to month, it is easier to over spend. This is often justified by intending to get caught up later on. There can be a tendency to overlook certain expenses such as those lunches out — spending $16 instead of $9, a gift for a friend, that extra book, a piece of clothing, a subscription, the nifty magazine you tossed in your cart while waiting in the check-out line. It all adds up. Also, watch out for the credit card problem. I find more and more that people use their credit cards so they can receive mileage or points for future purchases. That’s great if you have the discipline to not over spend. All too often it’s an easy way to just over spend and when the bill comes in you may be short and not able to pay it off completely. The credit card companies know this — keep in mind that statistics show that eventually you will over spend and they will be rewarded in the form of interest charges. Knowing exactly what your monthly income requirements will be is what your retirement plan is based on. So here are some guidelines that you may find helpful in calculating your monthly retirement income.

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