I dropped mine when I became eligible for Social Security at age 62,
BahamaMan wrote:Peterjens wrote: I used Vanguard's free online Turbo Tax last year (Flagship perk)
How do I get to the Vanguard's free online Turbo Tax? - I tried to find it to no avail.
livesoft wrote:My mom was 100% stocks because bonds are so boring. It is possible there is nothing wrong with 100% stocks at her age. Can she meet her goals if stocks dropped in value by 50%? Probably, don'tcha think?
What do you think about this lifetime retirement investment approach?
BND for bonds or a comparable fund (or CD ladder)
hicabob wrote:I always though that the advice to "work in one first" is probably a very good idea for someone considering a franchise.
barnaclebob wrote:Maybe they'll start offering them for free when you get voyager select or flagship status.
adamthesmythe wrote:I would be disinclined to rent my primary residence AND the amount of money is not so great that it makes sense to do much thinking about it.
Also, I discovered the Rudolph and friends postage stamps that are new this year. I highly recommend them.
Since this is in an IRA you cannot harvest losses
Baseball cards (with a stick of gum in it of course)
ThankYouJack wrote:What are some of your favorite classic toys for kids?
My favorites growing up were legos, race car track sets, and anything that involved building
60K in an Ally Savings Account
27K per year from a company pension plan (or 370K lump sum)
22K per year from Social Security
350K in my Vanguard Target 2015 Retirement Account
Except, profits / royalties from such books may be seized:
There must be an investment analogy in there somewhere. Personally I'm waiting for Mick J's book on how to invest like a rock star.
DH age 64.3 wants to retire unexpectedly from good job
I was surprised at his comment on Vanguard not having a 50/50 balanced fund.