Social Security and Pensions - Ultimate Guide to Retirement

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Dont make content look like ads

Although the bright colors on the right in Figure 11-24 from The Pension Service in the U. K. draw your eye, do you then ignore them and head over to the left instead The Pension Service, in fact, has replaced this design with one that has only the invitation to enlarge the text and the link to the related but different Directgov site on the right. You saw the new design back in Chapter 5 as Figure 5-6.

Step five image patterns

My fantasy story The Price of Oranges, for example, uses the image of an orange throughout. Harry, a pensioner living in a run-down retirement hotel, has discovered a passage through time (it's in the back of his closet) to September, 1937. Harry is concerned that his best friend, skinny Manny, doesn't eat enough. He brings him food, including oranges, that he purchases in 1937, where his small pension buys much more. The story is not primarily about oranges Harry has much larger plans for his trip back in time but oranges crop up throughout as a symbol of what Harry is trying to accomplish. At the end of the story, after Harry has decided to give up going back to 1937 (story events convince him of this), he gives Manny another orange. This one is a perfect specimen of modern, out-of-season, state-of-the-art orange growing, artificial pesticides and all and it costs Harry five times what a 1937 orange had. The orange becomes a symbol of both gains and losses made explicit in the rest...

Divide web content by people

On some web sites, information for different people is totally separate and the site helps people self-identify right on the home page. Figure 5-6, from The Pension Service in the U. K., shows how one site helps its web users start down paths that are relevant to their different needs.

Tell Your Readers What to Do Next

For example, Maureen, benefits manager in the human resources department of a paper manufacturer, wrote an article for her company's employee newsletter about mutual fund options newly available in the 401(k) retirement plan. We were scared that the floodgates would open and we'd be overwhelmed with calls, she explained. So I ended the article by saying 'For further information about the new options, to review your account, or to E-mail questions to a benefits manager, please click on the 401(k) icon on our intranet's home page.'


18 US First, think of as many points for and against early retirement as possible. Then listen to the cassette and fill in the gaps in the boxes below. Were your arguments the same as those you heard Finally, write the paragraph plan you would use if you were to write an essay on the topic Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of early retirement

Fringe Benefits

Fringe benefits include FICA, SUTA, FUTA, worker's compensation insurance, health insurance, and retirement benefits. Fringe benefits are usually expressed as a percentage of salary. If you do not know what the fringe benefits for your staff are, the person who processes payroll does. The following are several examples.


Melvin Maddocks's twice-weekly column for the Christian Science Monitor was frequently a sketch about a leading figure. The two excerpts that follow show how much a good writer can get across in fewer than one thousand words, and how a writer gets at the essence of the man. The first comes from The Flower of Ice Hockey Takes His Last Turn, written upon the retirement of the Montreal Canadiens' Guy LaFleur and the second is from Remembering the Late, Great Count Basie the Swinging Never Stopped, a column commemorating the pianist-composer upon his death.