traveler90 wrote:Ally Savings Account
mlipps wrote:surveyor wrote:A 4 year old boy can and should start legos. The small creator series might be good at that age.
Bruder makes particularly good toys.
Any kid should have Lego's, not just boys.
tludwig23 wrote:Follow your passion. Sure, the other career path pays more. You'll spend all that extra money trying to buy the happiness you no longer have at work. Your current job provides enough income and security to live a comfortable life.
My question is what should i do with the 8k I have in cash right now from graduation gifts. I was thinking of opening an Ally savings account.
The Wizard wrote:Somewhere around 50/50 seems optimal to me...
MnD wrote:Financial reasons to get a summer job?
Money in exchange for work. The sooner one experiences this the better.
Some people never seem to get this concept. So I'd encourage others to get first-hand experience in it.
drawpoker wrote:Orange ?
Yes, of course ! Along with orange blossoms as part of floral display at your funeral would be a nice touch......
(You were joking, right?)
zaboomafoozarg wrote:On the plus side, the CPI went down so stuff isn't more expensive.
Taylor Larimore wrote:bs010101:
I am in late retirement. My bond allocation is the money I cannot afford to lose. The rest is in stocks.
Doc wrote:Is the 0.07% the e/r or the after tax total return?
Kevin M wrote:Simplicity is nice, but I would have a hard time passing up the free lunch of the G fund: longish-term Treasury rate with no default risk or term risk.
and likes spending time outdoors. He likes hiking, fishing, hunting, gardening, and most other outdoor activities.