surfstar wrote:(half-serious, as it very well could work)
Cautious Optimist wrote:- About 35% will be invested (replenishing EF)
effillus wrote:That's what I'm wondering: Are those capital gains actual income to the investor, or just a bookkeeping adjustment to the account?
HueyLD wrote:It could be worse. Your friend could be getting "prepaid" funeral arrangement letters monthly.
kerplunk wrote:Is she holding Chevron in a tax-advantaged account, or does she have to sell her Chevron stock and receive a huge tax bill in return?
Professor Emeritus wrote:But I did not say where you set aside money. that is a separate issue
joe8d wrote:My Bank gives free suckers. That may be telling you something
Dale_G wrote:A problem with ity-bity TLH is that the replacement fund can go up fairly quickly, and unless you want to take short term gains, getting back to the original fund could be a problem.