gkaplan wrote:prudent wrote:Just as a point of interest, you do not have to have a membership to use their pharmacy or the optometrist.
As a non-member, I still could get glasses made there?
Random Poster wrote:If you have a reasonable suspicion that the contractor/vendor in question is not reporting their full income to the IRS, call up the IRS and advise them of your suspicions and let the IRS handle it from there.
I'm buying a 2 bedroom condo in downtown Chicago in a building that has had a bit of a buyers frenzy.
I think I'm paying a fair price for the unit, but I've given in on every request of the sellers.
rustymutt wrote:What I find disturbing is that many people are just now climbing back into the markets, and doing so at a time when I would be concerned of a draw back.
Buying high, and selling low is one huge mistake that's repeated time and time again.
investingdad wrote:My wife and I both graduated from Penn State. We're doing pretty well for ourselves and would have no problem sending our two kids to a State U at a much lower cost than an expensive private school.
22twain wrote:Wow, trudging door to door in sweaty clothes (Gulfport, Mississippi!) while being chased by dogs... not exactly what I would have envisioned a stockbroker doing.