Most: Stayed the course, maximized tax advantaged accounts, cultivated frugality.
Least: Got my debit card info stolen from Target or Home depot and had to deal with filing fraud charges with my bank. Never using a debit card again.
Sidney wrote:What does your gut tell you?
Tanelorn wrote:If somehow you're thinking you can put in your personal, taxable money in exchange for nothing and dividend it out to your IRA, well, that's going to
break all sorts of rules and you should stop thinking like that.
curiouskitty wrote:Yep. I can see checking, savings, brokerage, and Roth IRA on the same screen. It's a lot better organized than Vanguard in my opinion (especially the view with the individual funds)
3) Ideas, thoughts welcome!
Default User BR wrote:
I have elected to remove myself from the forum as an active participant. My reason is off-topic to discuss and probably not productive anyway. Let's say that it's a matter of principle and I think it the best thing to do.
scorp wrote:But no matter what, contribute as much as possible to the 401K.
Is the reason for this to reduce my taxable income throughout my career?
Sidney wrote:How much of the $30K is health care?
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:No. You have to keep working until at least 55-57 or you hit the lottery, which ever comes first.
If you get married or have a family - all bets are off.