livesoft wrote:It seems some folks got caught up on the dependent part. Don't forget that's a technical tax term for getting an exemption on one's tax return.
rec7 wrote:In your 40's when you smile at pretty young ladies they just laugh.
Cherokee8215 wrote:If you write out the check payable to the church, and verbally tell the church leader "I want this to go to the John Smith family", then how does the IRS ever know?
Pizzasteve510 wrote:Relating trading to poker, the time to trade is when you have your opponent's 'tells' wired.
BogleInvestorLondon wrote: I heard that investing and trading are different animals so one does not neccassarily equate to the other.
Watty wrote:Most likely getting her something like what she uses at school would be best..
Colorado13 wrote:Sunny Sarkar wrote:Housing.
We are two and a half people (and a puppy) living in a 3200 sq.ft home, most of which belongs to the puppy.
Fine, I'll be the one to ask... which half of the half person lives with you? top half, bottom half, left half?
john94549 wrote:Nearing, the hint is my ZIP code, 94549. It's CA. CA taxes capital gains as ordinary income.
jebmke wrote:cheese_breath wrote:Ice cream.
Like chocolate, beer, wine ... this is one of those "if you aren't going to do it well, don't do it at all." Not worth the calories for the junk.
JMacDonald wrote:I use the TSM for my taxable account. It is interesting to do a side by side comparison:
https://personal.vanguard.com/us/funds/ ... tingFrom=6
furwut wrote:Beth* wrote:They will generally want to know your occupation. Some occupations are more likely to get sued than others.
I wonder if Doctors might be one of those occupations.