jasc15 wrote:Now that you mention it I notice 0.75% on my Capital One 360 accounts, where I think it was 0.70% not long ago. It could be your suggestion of the change that makes me see it, however.
WHL wrote:I didnt miss anything. I asked for the post to be clarified.
Thanks for not helping.
WHL wrote:amfox1 wrote:The raw, unrounded figure under the 401(k) law rose to $17,820 for 2014, so it is almost assured that the 401(k) limit will increase to $18k for 2015 as it would only require an annual COLA increase of 1.01%.
Care to elaborate on this?
mwm158 wrote:Why are there so many threads about this lately?
mikep wrote:Costco only takes AMEX. So I would still need one, may as well use Fidelity 2% AMEX over the Costco 1% AMEX.
Boglegrappler wrote:He's realized over the years that vast majority (99% plus) of people aren't bright enough, thoughtful enough, or motivated enough to do what he does.
523HRR wrote:If Vanguard mutual funds were included among the 1000s of other no-fee funds offered through Schwab, there would be no reason not to buy a VG fund in a Schwab account.
Drew777 wrote:Again, I think the thread has run its course. If a mod sees this and can lock it please do so.
DSInvestor wrote:With 20K in each account held at Vanguard, you can get Admiral shares of Vanguard Index funds which have a 10K minimum. The 50K minimum applies to admiral shares of actively managed Vanguard funds.
in_reality wrote:You can't just subtract the load amount.
bnes wrote:dickenjb wrote:Why don't you just multiply the final answer for the American fund by (1-load%)?
There's a compounding effect of money, so the final answer is far less than (1-load%).
ArthurO wrote:in 10 years when it matures, god willing I will take interest and spend it and reinvest the principle [sic]
Angrypuppy wrote:nor did I read the prospectus.
Bill M wrote: trading systems can't handle two different CUSIPs having the same coupon and maturity.
ps56k wrote:-Keep the $35k in the Ally Bank CD @ 1.10% for 2yr - raise your rate -
Julieta wrote:Is it you sscritic?
That is an awesome tool.
Ever Ready wrote:The link requires a subscription. However, a search will find the 2012 and 2013 versions are available for free.
bartbill wrote:US Banks wants see proof the TD accounts exist - and how much money is in there!! This makes no sense to me
tidalwave10 wrote:what chief factors distinguish one payment network from another from a consumer perspective?
thethinker wrote:I recently read an article which mentioned Mary Rowland's quote where she said "Don't Buy Bond Funds".
anonforthis wrote:ChiefIllini wrote:Why so secretive?
Nha Trang, Vietnam.