My wife upgraded to the new Kindle and gave me the old one. In true Boglehead fashion I would like to get only their free books. How might I do this?
Cut-Throat wrote:Toons wrote:Hey the way I view it,I'm thankful I am earning the income that puts me in a position to have 85% of my Social Security earnings taxed.
cheese_breath wrote:Can you define an average investor? At age 73 I'm probably more risk averse that a 23 year old, but maybe not as much as a 83 year old.
HardKnocker wrote:All the major brands are basically the same.
Get a bunch of quotes from installers and see what they recommend and you'll learn a few things along the way.
kermit wrote:AirPort Extreme is the best router I've ever owned; also the most expensive. But it never needs a reboot and has excellent range.
linenfort wrote:Grt2bOutdoors wrote:My mailman hates me.....I actually have some very long term holdings in individual equities, each year around this time, my mailbox gets stuffed with the annual reports/proxies.
Signing up for electronic delivery of those was one of my best decluttering steps ever.
greg24 wrote:letsgobobby wrote:greg24 wrote:As I've aged, I've learned not to sweat the small stuff. But I still could loosen up a bit.
Is it aging, or is it having more money?
For me, its a combination of the two.
jsl11 wrote:Costco food court. The food is pretty good, the portions are huge, and the prices are low.
sscritic wrote:The typo was all mine, but shows that decimals are harder to get right than fractions.
To quote another posterI suppose I might be off by a penny or two
or 365. Sort of like how a day or two is really a year.
sscritic wrote:I think living close to children and grandchildren trumps taxes and cost of living. I chose family first, wealth second (but that's because I already have mine ).
arsenalfan wrote:Montclair NJ. Mix of blue and white collar. Stephen Colbert's home. Great commercial and residential mix.
placeholder wrote:Pecan pie.