livesoft wrote:Check the local thrift stores in a week. Buy the suit for $5.
LadyGeek wrote:Please stay on-topic. I wouldn't want to see this thread unraveled.
Altephor wrote:Hypersion wrote:If your gf is a good salesperson there is more money, much more money to be made elsewhere.
She actually works in a lab, this is more of a side project for her.
anonyvestor wrote:.... But I would ask the wife if it were her suit.
LadyGeek wrote:It's a choice of accepting the judgement or being taken to the cleaners.
(Sorry, couldn't wait any longer. You guys are slow. )
FredL wrote:I am not experienced in this. I think Avon is legitimate. I don't know the other two.
1a) Locate the physical card
ShiftF5 wrote:As Mel said please thank your son for his dedication and service. It is much appreciated.
riptide wrote:I knew I would get these responses. Market timing. But, it sure seems if somebody took out 30% and put it in cash at the right time, he would be sitting pretty.
I know, at the right time...
obgraham wrote:Those folks claiming external HD's aren't the way to go: I've had half a dozen of them, zero failures.
P_Bennett wrote:Chesse -
Thanks. That's exactly how I do it now. It's labeled that in my budget, and I have a separate online savings account that I direct the money to.
Oh, and don't go around broadcasting your windfall. You will become the target of everything from begging friends and relatives to ambulance chaser attorneys to crooks making big promises.
Louis Winthorpe III wrote:lcs wrote:I'm only 24, and I remember when 10% was considered standard.
I'm quite a bit older than you are, and 10% was never standard.
jwelton2 wrote:So you never know the actual price/share what you bought until after the close of trading and after the purchase of a mutual fund).