nisiprius wrote:I'll always be investin', not Vanguardin',...
Do not reduce your deduction by any:
State or local income tax refund or credit you expect to receive for 2012,
Call_Me_Op wrote:I have some money in TIPS [purchased in 2008, maturing in 2017-2018] in my taxable accounts, and am sitting on long-term gains.
nisiprius wrote:Did Vanguard give a reason for closing it?
tfb wrote:The bond will likely be called. With 2.5 years to go, yielding 3%+, what's the rating? Is it taxable or tax exempt? Seems a little too good.
$500 x 0.9 = $450
$500 x 0.4 = $200
$200 / $450 = 44.44%
$200 x 0.75 = $150
$150 / $450 = 33.33%
Grasshopper wrote:Like other issues Arizona, dances to a different song.
LazyNihilist, based on that map, it appears that daylight saving time leads to economic prosperity. I retract my objection.
Fallible wrote:I also am glad Susie Gharib remains as she is excellent both anchoring and interviewing. Also agree the show needs something new, but we'll now just have to wait and see.
AQ wrote:So if any fidelity investors her and know the place to find this info, I'd highly appreciate it.
dharrythomas wrote:2. Withdrawals are from both components proportionately. If your account is 50/50 each withdrawal will be 50% Roth/50% traditional. If you want to roll the Roth to an IRA to avoid the RMD, you'll have to roll the traditional TSP also.