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The Executor's RoadmapThe Executor's Roadmap
"The Executor’s Roadmap" distills the work of an executor into the essentials. If a person needs to start settling an estate now, this book will frame out the basic tasks they’ll need to handle in the months ahead, whether there is a will for guidance or not. If someone is fortunate to know well in advance that they’ll be the executor of an estate, this book can help them make the most of their preparation time.
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If Something Should HappenIf Something Should Happen
"If Something Should Happen" will help you organize your financial and legal affairs so your loved ones will be able to step in with minimal difficulty, if you are not able to manage for yourself. Part I provides a quick overview of the fundamental elements of estate planning. Part II is made up of a set of forms that can create an easy-to-use blueprint for others to follow. The American Institute for Economic Research has distributed more than 200,000 copies of this book since it was first published in 2008. The 2015 revision reflects changes in inheritance and health care laws. It is also based on feedback from readers that has resulted in a reorganization of the forms.
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2010-2011 College Destinations describes in-detail the broader learning environments of the top 40 college cities and towns. It isn't just about professors and classes. Conversations in coffee houses, performances in concert halls, and opportunities for corporate internships also contribute to education. That’s why the American Institute for Economic Research assesses a location’s broader learning environment in our College Destinations Index. The index subdivides more than 360... Details
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Limited edition one ounce of .999 pure silver. Front of coin says "AIER 2013" in the center with quote by AIER's founder Col. E.C. Harwood, "For integrity there is no substitute." Back of coin says, "American Institute for Economic Research *1933-2013* Celebrating 80 years" Coin is shipped in a hard plastic clear case in a blue velvet box. Half of the cost of the coin is tax-deductible.
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This bundle includes the following two books: "The Executor’s Roadmap" distills the work of an executor into the essentials. If a person needs to start settling an estate now, this book will frame out the basic tasks they’ll need to handle in the months ahead, whether there is a will for guidance or not. If someone is fortunate to know well in advance that they’ll be the executor of an estate, this book can help them make the most of their preparation time. "If Something Should... Details
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Follow the Money: A Citizens Guide to Local Government is a citizen’s primer on how to work with local officials on the heart and soul of government: the budget. The goal is collaboration, not confrontation, over how public money is being spent. Too often there’s a clash between citizens and local officials at the witching hour of budget adoption. This usually occurs because residents lack full information of how the budget went from A to Z. Follow the Money demystifies the budget... Details
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Did you know that more than one in three Americans is aged between 45 and 74? For most of these 100 million people, the days of pension plans are all but gone. Less than one in five workers is covered by a defined benefit retirement plan. There is no magic bullet that foretells the ideal savings drawdown strategy. Our study, From Savings to Income: Retirement Drawdown Strategies, shows that retirees should develop a plan that considers good and bad markets and adjusts expectations... Details
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"How the Affordable Care Act Affects Your Health Insurance Costs" Partisan reactions to the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, have generated conflicting claims about how the law will affect health insurance costs. Supporters argue that the new law is making affordable, comprehensive health insurance available to Americans. Opponents claim it is driving up insurance costs to untenable levels. This AIER Research Study describes how the Affordable Care Act changes health... Details
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How To Avoid Financial Tangles contains practical discussion for meeting increased responsibility and saving you money. It is easy to read and written for those who have no special training in law and finance. For example, it tells you how marriage affects property, how to own real estate, and how to use a power of attorney. It tells you about making a will and about life, care, and fire insurance. It discusses many common subjects that virtually everyone should know about.
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How to Invest Wisely tells you how to make investment decisions according to consistent criteria— rather than by following the latest financial fad. It is based on analysis of decades of data from the Dow Jones Industrial Average by researchers at the American Institute for Economic Research, an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals protect their personal interests. The result is a method that takes the emotion out of managing your nest egg. How to... Details
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Our best-selling book concisely describes for the non-accountant the purposes and arrangement of balance sheets, income, and cash flow statements and how to judge them. For example, we tell you where to find questionable items in audited statements. Our glossary contains definitions of terms.
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"If Something Should Happen" will help you organize your financial and legal affairs so your loved ones will be able to step in with minimal difficulty, if you are not able to manage for yourself. Part I provides a quick overview of the fundamental elements of estate planning. Part II is made up of a set of forms that can create an easy-to-use blueprint for others to follow. The American Institute for Economic Research has distributed more than 200,000 copies of this book since it... Details
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As Walker F. Todd explains in Progress and Property Rights: From the Greeks to Magna Carta to the Constitution, the U.S. concept of property rights can be traced back to biblical times. It was developed further by the ancient Greeks and Romans, and first incorporated in the English Declaration of Rights in 1689. The process has been evolutionary—and as Kelo and Goldstein indicate, the evolution continues. The purpose of Todd’s book is to inform the public of the traditions that... Details
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Start Here: Getting Your Financial Life on Track is the guide to fulfilling your dreams. It’s a study of tactics: concrete plans and procedures for getting what you want, specifically in the realm of money. Start Here guides you through many different stages of your financial life. The information is clear and concise, never too complex and never too simple. For example, when you decide to move in with your significant other, Start Here has many useful guidelines to protect the... Details
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In the years leading up to December 2007, there was a growing chorus declaring the end of business cycles. Clearly, business cycles have not gone away, and AIER’s research, contained in our new study, The Changing Nature of Recessions, shows that recessions have changed in troubling ways.
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Based on an address by Dr. Roger Pilon to the Progress Foundation’s 24th Economic Conference in Zurich, Switzerland, June 13, 2007. The conference was organized with the cooperation and co-sponsorship of the American institute for Economic Research. As in all Progress Foundation economic conferences, the views expressed by the participants are their own and do not necessarily represent the views f the sponsoring institutions. As with previous events, however, we believe that the... Details
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"The Executor’s Roadmap" distills the work of an executor into the essentials. If a person needs to start settling an estate now, this book will frame out the basic tasks they’ll need to handle in the months ahead, whether there is a will for guidance or not. If someone is fortunate to know well in advance that they’ll be the executor of an estate, this book can help them make the most of their preparation time.
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Our rubber budget book contains monthly forms and easy-to-follow instructions to help you set up a flexible budget to meet your needs. With a willingness to start with and stick to your own budgeting plan, you can avoid personal embarrassment and financial tragedy by sitting at the kitchen table for just a few minutes a day with a pencil, our simple record-keeping book, and your income and expenses records. Many of our long-term readers have been using our budget book for a... Details