During 2008-2009 the local builders will offering incentives on their own.
Now, the prices have been skyrocketing, because the demand is there.
I live in NJ, so take that into consideration.
dm200 wrote:Perhaps the question/issue is whether the employer paid Unemployment taxes. Almost all employers are required to do so, but some do not. This is separate from state and federal income tax withholding, and FICA/Medicare.
Altephor wrote:Also, if anyone knows if that 5% applies to the gas station purchases as well (I'm guessing not).
MossySF wrote:ChromeOS is the safest OS to use.
hummv33 wrote: I have an account with Deutsche Bank that was created for me when I was a child.
kathy24 wrote:I have about 60K in contrafund in my old fidelity 403b Not sure what my options are.
kathy24 wrote:It won't be a backdoor roth. It involves moving from fidelity spartan index to a vanguard index fund and finding a fund in vanguard that is like contrafund. I don't like having my money out of the market...just don't want to make a mistake
ENS29 wrote:Funds available in her 401(k)
SPTN EXT MKT IDX ADV (FSEVX) (0.07%)
SPTN INTL Index ADV (FSIVX) (0.17%)
SPTN US Bond IDX ADV (FSITX) (0.17%)
Crimsontide wrote:a new stainless steel refrigerator (even if it is a pain in the rear to keep clean)...
livesoft wrote:ieee488 wrote:Where can you trade buy [investments one would want to own] for free?
Vanguard, WellsTrade, Fidelity, Schwab, TDAmeritrade for starters.
livesoft wrote:Ditch Scottrade. They offer less than other places do. Nowadays, one should not have to pay any commissions anytime in order to do investing in low-expense-ratio, passively-managed index funds and ETF. In order words, there should be no fees to add up.