booradley83 wrote:I would also like to save another ~$50k annually in taxable account at Vanguard using a simple 3-fund portfolio.
livesoft wrote:My spouse told me that we needed a new clothes washer since our 20-year old one was broken. I spent less than $5 for parts to fix it. Would someone else have simply bought a new one? I think so.
Jazztonight wrote:The 30 or 60 day trade in period was not long enough for me to realize how much I don't like it.
wesef wrote:I'll be back later with bewildered questions about figuring out the cost basis. Thanks again.
bluemarlin08 wrote:Nope, the heart of Dixie all my life. Don't knock the gas smoker till you try it, I guarantee you can't tell the difference.
jebmke wrote:My Thermapen is probably my most useful tool.
BruDude wrote:What risk class was applied to the policies you already have? $60/mo for a 30-year-old buying a $500k 20-year term policy seems pretty high. Same with $40/mo for a 29-year-old female buying the same coverage.
thedayisbrave wrote:Paypal is easy, but takes a cut.
rustymutt wrote:For example, I got 3 big mattress firms to compete for my business on a Tempur Pedic, and got a $3800 mattress for $1800.