TomatoTomahto wrote:I actually prefer my chances with the electronic gizmo backing up, to being able to see the cars as I exit.
jmndu99 wrote:Hey Big One! Please come, I have many years to retirement and would like to purchase shares at a discount price.
Beliavsky wrote:OK, but this is so heavily dependent on future interest rates, which are unknown ...
Levett wrote:A version of "projected income" has been used by TIAA-CREF for umpteen years (that's a long time ).
livesoft wrote:Yep, REITs are only a good idea if they are going up. Good luck with that.
Alex Frakt wrote:
(And no, I don't know this first hand, I was born in 1968.)
dansmail26 wrote:I am paying 1%, but I am invested in a lot of fund through them. Each of those funds has expenses, so in essence I am probably paying somewhere between 1 and 2%, correct?
lack_ey wrote:The adviser managed to not outperform a bone-stock simple conservative allocation even before the fees.
placeholder wrote:Employee deferrals or Roth contributions can't be rolled from an active plan unless the person is age 59 1/2 which does not apply here.