livesoft wrote:We have told potential heirs that we have no life insurance, so don't go looking for it.
Mel Lindauer wrote:I've never had a problem with Vanguard re: RMDs. They calculate the figures for both me and my wife and provide the numbers on our online accounts and send a letter with the numbers. Then, I direct them when to actually take the distributions.
joe8d wrote:I've doing it for 8.5 years.Work the front desk in the local public library anywhere from 12 to 19 hrs a week.
nisiprius wrote:As things stand circa 2015, I continue to think that mailed physical paper statements are good protection against a deceased person's family overlooking important assets.
Call_Me_Op wrote:Am I the only one who cannot give-up receiving financial statements in paper form? I do not feel comfortable otherwise. Am I wrong to feel this way?
Leeraar wrote:joe8d wrote:Like this. Core with LS Growth and dilute with STIG.
What is STIG?
kaneohe wrote:How about investing in a taxable account.......in anything, including the same fund that the RMD came from.
Swampy wrote:I'll keep mine in CIT bank, where I get 1% in an easy access savings account.
There's absolutely no sense in tying up cash for seven years for a paltry 1% more.
It's just not worth it.
And Vaseline Intensive Care hand lotion all winter long, and occasionally during the summer.
stevewolfe wrote:leonidas wrote:They do for me as well as CDs.
Same for me.