That's what it says on the letter to insurance that also requests putting PenFed as a lienholder. I called them to see if $1000 deductible was fine, and the person immediately said it was no problem.mikep wrote:They require a $500 deductible
FYI, Washington has a use tax:investingnoob2015 wrote:my state of Washington ... no sales tax from near Oregon
Have you had the warning trigger at high speed? The system is effectively looking at differences in speed because even if you're going 70mph, a vehicle in front moving at 55mph looks like an object approaching at 15mph.wfrobinette wrote:I haven't been gutsy enough to try it at higher speeds.
It's not that difficult for someone who only updates their asset allocation once per 5 years. A glidepath of 80/20 -> 75/25 -> 70/30 -> 65/35 is more of a glide than staying at 80/20.555 wrote:How does one implement a glide path while also having their asset allocation in 5% chunks?