stlutz wrote:Yes, use short-term investment grade and count that as part of your overall bond allocation.
mhc wrote:Obviously, the Vanguard fund is the lowest cost. In general, HSA accounts don't have that much money, so it's not a big deal.
Toons wrote:You said "cheap"
Tis the season
No like? Return to Walmart
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runner9 wrote:Why have you decided on a lease as opposed to buying with a low interest car loan, such as from PenFed?
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:Glad it worked out for you!
WendyW wrote:LazyNihilist wrote:I tried to get back the counterfeit $50, planning to exchange it at a grocery or retail store.
I'm glad the bank didn't give you the bill back.
placeholder wrote:LazyNihilist wrote:I tried to get back the counterfeit $50, planning to exchange it at a grocery or retail store. But they wouldn't give it back to me.
So your plan was to commit a felony to save $50 and rip off a merchant? Why not just shoplift?
morbster wrote:Given that there are only around 340 left in existence, I would immediately have that note tested for counterfeiting if it ever came in my possession.
Buckeye wrote:As insane as it would be...just imagine if the bank actually did give credit for a counterfeit bill. Counterfeit printing would surely soar.