How much can I contribute to my SEP?
I would love to have your contribution to this book. You can help me and others by taking the below Authoritarian Wound Questionnaire.
Just copy the questions, provide your answers at whatever length you likeand send them along to me at ericmaisel hotmail. Given research estimates as to the number of authoritarians out there, probably virtually everybody has been harmed by contact with an authoritarian personality.
You may be in this very large group. Please send your responses to me directly to ericmaisel hotmail. Of course, you may not have the time to do this, as there are only a million other things you might be doing.
But it may strike you as personally useful and even important to tackle this. So, I hope that you will contribute. What was that experience or those experiences like? Why do you think that?
What would you say were the personal consequences of having been wounded by an authoritarian? Has therapy or counseling helped in this regard? If you had to make a complete break with the authoritarian in your life, what effect did that have on you, either positive e. If you are still dealing with an authoritarian, what if anything helps you cope?
What advice would you like to share with those individuals who, like yourself, have been wounded in this way?Why contribute to open source?
Working on [freenode] helped me earn many of the skills I later used for my studies in university and my actual job. Contribute to phpMyAdmin. As a free software project, phpMyAdmin is very open to your contributions. You don't need developer skills to help, there are several non-coding ways to get involved in a project (code is welcome too, of course!).
Official Toolbar Help Center where you can find tips and tutorials on using Toolbar and other answers to frequently asked questions. The IRS says you can contribute up to $54, in your tax-deferred Self-Employed (k) for , a $1, increase from If you’re at least age 50, then you can make an additional $6, catch-up contribution, which increases your limit to $60, PRSA Frequently Asked Questions Definitions.
PRSA A Personal Retirement Savings Account ('PRSA') is a tax efficient investment account designed to enable you save for retirement in a flexible manner..
Standard PRSA A standard PRSA is one where you cannot be charged more than 5% on the contributions you pay and 1% a year on the funds under management; you can only invest in pooled . About TFSAs What is a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA)?
Who is eligible for a TFSA? How is a TFSA different from an RSP? Contributions How much can I contribute?