Block City blocks
My favorite.Went through 2 sets of them.Still have the metal Jeep that my uncle gave me when he was discharged from the army in 1946.
Block City blocks
Brandnew wrote:So, could I just electronically send in the $2k I estimate our tax to be this year? In essence, paid the full tax bill in one fell swoop?
Funkey wrote:You will see an I listed under the fund name. If you click on the I it will let you convert to the Admiral fund. I would not call it automatic you have to act to convert it. Keep in mind it takes a day to convert and you can not invest in the fund until the conversion is done.
Steelersfan wrote:Condo unit with a paid off mortgage.
No mortgage payment.
The sidewalks and driveway get the snow shoveled. The grass gets cut and the shrubs trimmed. But not by me.
Early this year, I received a form letter from the company offering to buy the shares at market value with no transaction costs. I accepted; mailed in the certificate; and received a check.
spectec wrote:I don't buy lottery tickets, because I think the odds of winning are essentially the same whether I buy a ticket or not.
Toons wrote:Yes,It is a piece of the pie
Gill wrote:Just another twist; There has been so much discussion here about dying without taking the RMD that year, that I've arranged to have mine transferred automatically to my taxable account every January 5th
placeholder wrote:russellh wrote:In the past I have taken coins to the post office and converted them into stamps.
I have more use for change day to day than stamps.
cheese_breath wrote:jsl11 wrote:Reinvest it in a taxable account.
+That's what I do. There's no IRS requirement that you have to spend the RMD.
I marvel that so many relatively young people are so desperate to stop working. Isn't there a job that you're qualified for that you'd enjoy doing?
livesoft wrote:Perfectly OK and natural. Why wouldn't it be?
tainted-meat wrote:I think it's hard for most people to save because most people just don't make that much money.
In my opinion, saving is more of a privilege than a norm.