denovo wrote:3-4 percent real.
David Jay wrote:In the old days we used to say "your word is your bond", but that is no longer the conventional wisdom.
EmergDoc wrote:I don't have much more than $150K directly with Vanguard and I'm a millionaire. 401(k)s, home equity, assets Vanguard doesn't offer etc.
KlangFool wrote:A) I am rich and I can early retire. Hence, I can pay the college tuition as it goes. I do not need to save for education separately.
Watty wrote:One thing I have not seen mentioned is the remodeling cost relative to the price of the house. Putting $35K into a million dollar house is a lot different than putting that much into a $350K house.
Marmot wrote:They are in my wife's maiden name, how do you deal with that? Social Security card?
Marmot wrote:I was cleaning out a file and found some savings bonds from the 80's. How do I cash them in? Thanks all.
nobsinvestor wrote:Does anyone have a TLH strategy for bond funds when rates rise?
dratkinson wrote:If you expect to own a 3-fund Vanguard portfolio, double-check the availability of VTSMX/VTSAX (and your international choice) at Fidelity.