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  • Women are becoming entrepreneurs at a record pace. Whether we are motivated to create our own wealth, have the flexibility to work and raise a family, or want more from life than simply churning out a paycheck—women everywhere are making the move. We are exchanging our corporate 401(k)s and benefits for the liberation and creative fulfillment of entrepreneurship. So why aren’t you?

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  • The on-line Handbook is always the most current version and supersedes any other Handbooks (or policies) I may have received during my employment. I understand that this Handbook is intended to serve as a guide to Hoss’s policies, procedures, and benefits, and that all policies, procedures, and benefits described in the Handbook are at all times subject to modification by the Company.

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  • Each household member records spending for the same two diary weeks, so we must pool observations across households to study expenditures over an entire month. Given that distance from payday is orthogonal to household characteristics, this pooling should not bias our estimate of the relationship between distance and spending.8 We impose a number of sample restrictions. People paid weekly are excluded, because every diary week includes a payday for these individuals.

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  • 1. Người-người cuộc họp 2. Hội thảo 3. Thông tin tờ 4. Báo cáo năm 5. Paycheck chèn 6. Hóa đơn chèn 7. Tổ chức đầu thư 8. Đầu thư ghi nhớ nội bộ 9. Tập đoàn và bộ phận giao ban 10. Đào tạo phiên

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  • Include a category for savings and investing. What are you paying yourself every month? Many people get into the habit of saving and investing by following this advice: always pay yourself or your family first. Many people find it easier to pay themselves first if they allow their bank to automatically re- move money from their paycheck and deposit it into a savings or investment account. Likely even better, for tax purposes, is to participate in an employer-sponsored retirement plan such as a 401(k), 403(b), or 457(b).

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  • Your money earns money. When your money goes to work, it may earn a steady paycheck. Someone pays you to use your money for a period of time. When you get your money back, you get it back plus “interest.” Or, if you buy stock in a compa- ny that pays “dividends” to shareholders, the company may pay you a portion of its earnings on a regular basis. Your money can make an “income,” just like you. You can make more money when you and your money work. You buy something with your money that could in- crease in value.

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  • Your benefits will be somewhat larger if you delay retirement past the age of eligibility. The longer you wait to begin receiving payments the larger the payments will be. However, you will need to decide if the amount is enough to warrant the delay by weighing any personal factors. Obviously, if you are self-employed and have failed to pay self-employment taxes directly to the IRS then the amount of your benefits will not reflect any earnings you have made while self- employed. There are some jobs in which Social Security taxes are not withheld from your paychecks....

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  • Proponents of fiscal stimulus see the direct effects of the stimulus as fostering growth. Government spending, for example on infrastructure or education, directly employs people and also provides paychecks that will mostly be spent by the workers hired, creating additional demand and employment. Transfer payments like unemployment benefits or tax cuts also put money into people’s pockets, much of which will typically be spent, thereby creating demand and jobs.

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  • Employers anticipate total health care costs will reach $11,664 per active employee in 2012, up from $10,982 in 2011 — a 6.2% increase in total costs over the period (Figure 5, page 8). The average employer share of total costs also continues to climb to unprecedented levels — $8,900 in 2012, compared with $8,453 in 2011. Meanwhile, employees, on average, paid 23.0% of total premium costs in 2011 and are expected to pay 23.7% in 2012, as companies take steps to control their costs.

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