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.
Phineas J. Whoopee wrote:All CDs I know of reinvest interest if the depositor chooses, even compound it, at the original rate, so there's none of that risk during their terms.
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:2) You know who Rick, Larry, Bill and Allen are.
VennData wrote:You're married. The thresholds START at $250,000 AFTER deductions.
http://www.irs.gov/uac/Newsroom/Net-Inv ... e-Tax-FAQs
Don't sweat it.
Benn1950 wrote:To calculate the yield you multiply the monthly dividend by 12 and divide the product by current price of ETF.
jasc15 wrote:It was my understanding that the tax situation was more favorable to a married couple than to 2 individuals.
3Wood85 wrote:chaz wrote:I like Subway.
I read an interesting article on CNN today regarding Subway and the chemicals they use in their bread.
denovo wrote:dm200 wrote:I just printed a coupon for a FREE burger at Ruby Tuesday - says up to $9 value. I did that a few years ago - no catch. I did leave a cash tip, though.
got a link?
cheese_breath wrote:You have to hold the stock for one year in order to qualify for a long term gain. One day less than a year, and it's a short term gain.
Gnirk wrote:Ally Bank offers an HSA money market
VictoriaF wrote:PenFed used to offer some great rates in January. Is December now a "New January" or even better rates are to be expected?
Browser wrote:My elderly mother owns some I-Bonds purchased in 2005 through 2008 when the coupon was 2.39% (that's 2.39% above the inflation rate, currently 3.97% nominal).
Phineas J. Whoopee wrote:rec7 wrote:
Only what I wanted to lose.
Notice I didn't say am willing. I said wanted.