RunningRad wrote:Two professional incomes, living in the Midwest, small inheritance, parents paid for my education, invested early and often, paid off house in 10 years, avoided other debt, hobbies that do not consume cash, avoided close calks with second home, dress like a hobo
basspond wrote:A couple of weeks after our first date I told my wife to be that I had a coupon for the restaurant but didn't think it was prudent to use. She asked Why not? We eventually went back and used the coupon. The restaurant is no longer in business but we still are.
GoldenFinch wrote:A Roth IRA is a great idea regardless of where you live. The benefit is the tax free growth. Do some more reading and fund your Roth.
airahcaz wrote:If one has the earned income and is still working into their 70's, doesn't it still make sense to contribute to Roth IRA, especially if the person doesn't need to tap it, and wants to leave it as maybe legacy?
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