He will most likely need to take a "get your foot in the door" job with relatively low pay to start his employment journey. I support his endeavor and understand the current challenges.
malabargold wrote:I believe its printed off regionally by your local paper's presses and delivered with the local
papers carriers - we had a similar issue but complained to WSJ a few times and they were
Give them feedback
dbr wrote:For obvious reasons I am not going to agree or disagree with Mr. Bogle on this. However, one should be reminded that in investing "fixed income" is neither income nor fixed.
prudent wrote:I can't think of any situation where your 2014 taxes would be affected by buying a home in 2015.
You may want to look into whether the mortgage interest deduction you will be claiming next year might indicate a change in your withholding rate through the rest of this year.
An E-1 this year will only earn about $18.5k
Avoid payday/short term loans at all costs! There's a reason those places/businesses are camped right outside most military bases... easy prey.
Uncle Pennybags wrote:She was paying tax on $143,500 in yearly dividends yet no one knew about the stock. Something doesn't add up; this sounds Beardstown ladylike.
Jake46 wrote:Paid cash. Hate debt.
Roth IRA should be maxed immediately after getting the 401k match.
tadamsmar wrote:joe8d wrote:You have to be working for the same company that holds your 401k.
You can normally roll your 401K or rollover IRA over to a new employer. As far as I know, your don't have to work full-time for the new employer.
investor wrote:why not be satisfied... everyday is a Saturday
Toons wrote:A quick answer from me ,with those assets 20 years till retirement,
Investable assets 50/50 stock- bond Allocation.