SquawkIdent wrote:2013 Honda Fit. Then take the $12,000 you have left over and invest it.
Bob's not my name wrote:They're in the 15% bracket, not the 25%.
JamesSFO wrote:Keep in mind that EE bonds are guaranteed to double in value at a certain point...
The Wizard wrote:You might want to switch to ETFs at Vanguard if you want better trading response...
Leesbro63 wrote:Is a 2014 Civic that much safer than a 2007?
nisiprius wrote:I would say series I savings bonds, although you can't redeem them for a year. They pay inflation plus 0%, i.e. inflation, period. But these days that isn't bad.
fish supper wrote:Lost 80%
7k to 1.4k
#Cruncher wrote: Therefore I suggest you hold on to them and find some other way to fund a 529.
RustyShackleford wrote:Yup, what he said.
555 wrote:It's worth noting that in this case, the marginal tax rate on the regular income is actually 30%.
Greenie wrote: I take pleasure looking at my investing statements not the car in my garage. (2010 Subaru Outback that I'll keep 10 years)
Johm221122 wrote:I would not personally invest in stocks for that time period, but look at Vanguard Tax Managed Balance Fund
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