avenger wrote:Wow. That all seems so complicated - why the need to do such mental accounting? Money is money.
Rupert wrote:Ask him why an ERISA rider for your company's general Directors and Officers liability policy wouldn't protect the company better or as well as his services in the face of a lawsuit.
livesoft wrote:I contribute the max allowed by law. I have never withdrawn any money from my HSA since I started it a few years ago.
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:topper1296 wrote:Homemade protein bars. Whey protein, honey, peanut butter, oats and dark chocolate chips.
Can I have the recipe?
jackpullo997 wrote:Just pay it off. He is already frugal and hard working, so you're not risking spoiling him.
Your money will be taxed at 50% when you die. Pass it along while you can without the 50% haircut.
technovelist wrote:If you move to the Bay area for only a $10K pre-tax raise, you will have a much lower standard of living, including enormous taxes, horrible commuting and wildly expensive housing.
I wouldn't do it for less than a 50% raise, if even then.