1. What Should You Do with Your Old 401(k)?

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    from Steve Peasley / Added

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    This caller asks what he should do with his old 401(k)? Steve tells him to be aware of flexible options and not be tied down to just one fund family.

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    • Financial Safari Show 14

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      from Coach Pete D'Arruda / Added

      Join Coach Pete as he interviews Tom Lydon.

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      • Why Poor teenagers should buy stocks.

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        from Microdac / Added

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        This video suggest two things: Work for an early retirement and buy stocks in companies you believe in.

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        • Fundraising Leader Announces Retirement

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          from 3BL Media / Added

          ALEXANDRIA, Va., April 3, 2013 /3BL Media/ - After 20 years of dedicated leadership, Renée S. Acosta today announced she will retire as President of Global Impact effective April 30th, 2013. During her tenure, Global Impact raised nearly $1.3 billion to assure help for the world’s most vulnerable people. Acosta oversaw an alliance of globally focused charities and the management of two of the world’s largest workplace giving campaigns. “I am grateful for having had the opportunity to work alongside all of the fabulous individuals who are dedicated to assuring help for the world’s most vulnerable people,” said Acosta. “The organization has never been stronger in terms of capacity and capability. Over the past 20 years, my inspiration and resolve have been driven by the people we help. Not many can say as I do that there was not a day I did not enjoy coming to work.” During Acosta’s tenure, Global Impact has been honored with a number of awards for the organization’s leadership and success, including the Arab American Institute Foundation’s 2007 Kahlil Gibran “Spirit of Humanity” Award for International Achievement, more than a dozen Innovator Awards from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Wise Giving Alliance Charity Seal Holder status from the Better Business Bureau, the E-philanthropy 2006 award for technology innovations in campaign management software, Honorable Mention by The Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management in 2010, and several awards for the organization’s executive management team. Scott Jackson, CEO of Global Impact, will succeed Acosta as president. “I am pleased to announce that Scott Jackson, CEO of Global Impact, will succeed me as President and CEO. I am confident that Global Impact is well positioned to meet its future with an exceptionally talented team,” Acosta said. Ms. Acosta is known for her dedication to helping others. She served as Director for the Public Sector Programs at United Way of America, Vice President for the United Way of the Sacramento Area, and President of the Diabetes Association of Sacramento. Ms. Acosta has had the honor of representing Global Impact at the Clinton Global Initiative and is currently a member of the Bretton Woods Committee and serves on the board of directors for NetHope. About Global Impact Global Impact raises funds to meet critical humanitarian needs around the world. The organization funds more than 70 U.S.-based international charities through innovative partnerships and employee giving programs, and provides solutions to meet the unique giving needs of organizations and donors. In addition, Global Impact distributes charitable donations for some of America’s top corporations and administers one of the world’s largest workplace giving campaigns, the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas. Since 1956, Global Impact has generated more than $1.5 billion to assure help for the world’s most vulnerable people. Learn more at www.charity.org.

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          • Arbor VOD

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            from Bizgnus, Inc. / Added

            For most companies in the b-to-c world, finding customers means constant fishing to pick them out of the crowd, wondering of the right ones will ever come along. But how about a business where you’re assured of a steady stream?

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            • Tim Prasser's Navy Retirement (Short Version)

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              This is the short version of the retirement ceremony. We have a limit of 20 minutes on this site. The full length version on DVD is an hour. These videos can be downloaded to your computer, IPAD or phone. Congratulations. Ron

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              • The New Normal

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                from Mattie MacGregor / Added

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                The new way you need to think about taking retirement & Social Security. (Mar. 30, 2013 on CNBC)

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                • Last Week

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                  from Steve Barth / Added

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                  Ruth Barth is one of those teachers her kids will never forget. She always strived to make a true difference in her kids lives. In 2009, after a long teaching career, it is time for Ruth to retire. As the director of the school's drama department, each year she would put on a spring musical. This year, it would be her last one. As a filmmaker, the idea that lead me to this project was not "let's tell my mother's story on film," but this: When someone does something they love for their career, and there can be periods of high stress, what happens when you try to achieve something for the last time? What kind of emotions will there be? In addition to the high stress that will always accompany a theater director during the final week of rehearsals, what happens when you add the element of "I will never do this again, and I love these people" into the mix. This is the story I wanted to tell going into the production in Colorado, yet I never expected the shocking events of the final day of filming to compound the emotion, far past anything I ever expected.

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                  • What the Pension Rights Center Can Do for You and Your Clients

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                    from National Council on Aging / Added

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                    This webinar from March 2013 provides an introduction to the Pension Rights Center and its work.

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                    • Investors Still Show Low Risk Tolerance Financial Advisor Shane Brosnan Newport Beach California

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                      from Sequence Media / Added

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                      http://www.brosnanfinancial.com As you approach retirement, you have a lower risk tolerance, since you don't have decades to rebuild if a riskier investment causes problems. Take into account the time frame in question as you determine your risk tolerance. Newport Beach Financial Advisor Shane Brosnan says "everybody has lower risk tolerance now. There is $9 trillion on the sidelines now."

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