MamaBear05 wrote:Thank you all. The $4000 is my estimate of what I will receive after taxes. My plan does allow me to contribute and get the company match while I am repaying my loan. I will start the contributions back up immediately.
bru wrote:I'll call him out. Or at least one of the posters on that thread. He never responded. Seems as if you already revisited it so I don't have to.
rjbraun wrote:I agree, train travel in Switzerland is quite easy, though it can also be quite expensive.
BL wrote: There are no capital gains with annuities, only ordinary income.
sydney52 wrote:I realize the cost basis is low in TSP and I think I need to make at least 7-9% growth annually,<snip>
placeholder wrote:At your tax rates I would not use Roth 401k nor keep REIT in taxable.
LongerPrimer wrote:Lucky dog.
UGMA s are so much better today than 20 25,and 30 years ago. DS UGMA had initial 600 and dividends were counted in that 600