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.
Busting Myths wrote:Reward Checking Accounts:
I have four accounts yielding between 1.76% and 3% with a weighted average yield of 2.20% per year
jackholloway wrote:I see no particular benefit to leaving a small amount of debt for the offspring. It may happen, but I would rather not.
Look at it this way - failing a class can be a good learning experience, but I would not intentionally fail her just for that learning experience.
frugaltype wrote:Aren't liens on record at the town or city hall? The title company should check this out, but I don't know if a short sale has a title search contingency. Any sale should, logically, but ...