For cars that use synthetic oil, its every 12 months.
Yes, I have mine done with my annual inspection.
LadyGeek wrote:As stated previously, be sure to check the "Remember me" box at login.
We're quite comfortable with 15 - 20% international. Given recent events, even more.
4. Set a glide path based upon achieving milestones on the path to financial independence. In essence, change asset allocation based upon portfolio size in reference to goals.
The front load fees don't subtract directly from the return as such. They are in fact a one time loss of 5.75%.
So where does she want you to put it? Have her invested so she can collect AUM fees?
TIPS are intended to protect against unexpected inflation,
There is no ultimate out there, IMO. Tolerable taxes and somewhere you really want to live should be the concern.
stan1 wrote:Set it out on the curb and put a large sign on it that says "Still works -- FREE!"
May or may not work, but worth a try.
toto238 wrote:I think we see more than one of these here on BH. Like the person that has pensions and SS covering 100% of their yearly expenses AND has a 7-figure portfolio to boot and is worried if they can retire.
and how a working stiff just needs to work, save diligently, and invest wisely to become affluent.
SimonJester wrote:Invest in the total stock market fund that way you are not giving favor to any one single socially irresponsible company.
miles monroe wrote:tony robbins - the motivational speaker infomercial guy - would be the last person i'd take financial advice from.
tadamsmar wrote:A repair man just told me that a base model GE refrigerator is the most reliable. The more features the more maintenance.
topper1296 wrote:When does this take affect and will it happen all at once on a particular day or a gradual shift over a period of time?