Is this book for someone who only invests in 401k and ROTH IRA?
I don't have enough money for taxed investing accounts.
if a bear market occurs,
AtlantaFamily-2013 wrote:$140,000 left on home mortgage. Pay $1094 per month at 6.5%
stemikger wrote:Of course if you dollar-cost-average that is the best plan of attack.
momar wrote:Have you considered how much more return you might expect for a 100/0 portfolio vs 75/25?
against my personal portfolio to guarantee I'll outperform over the next thirteen year period, 2013 - 2025 inclusive
LH wrote:Wondering if anyone was currently taking advantage of lowest rates ever, and refinancing mortgage, taking money out, and investing it.
dbr wrote:goodoboy wrote:
Are we missing something about your question?
If you take between $0 and $17.5K away from your taxable wages in taxcaster you answer the question you are asking.
BrandonBogle wrote:Desired Asset allocation: 80% stocks / 20% bonds
Desired International allocation: 33% of stocks
bondebj26 wrote:Just running the numbers quick, with $4800 in insurance premium deductions for the year, and $20,000 total 401k contributions, you would have $80,200 in taxable income for 2013. .