dbr wrote:I think all funds in the Federal Government TSP come in about 0.015%
grabiner wrote:If the fund adds Admiral shares, then it could be worth switching (assuming you are in a tax-deferred account).
InvestorNewb wrote:The title of the thread is misleading because it sounds as though Vanguard FTSE All-World ex-US Small-Cap Index Fund Investor Shares (VFSVX) does not have any fees, even though the expense ratio is 0.40%.
livesoft wrote:I think worrying too much about the bid/ask spread is really a red herring. If you use limit orders and place an order on non-slow day, then you will not pay the full bid/ask spread.
placeholder wrote:Tax Rate: 15% Federal, 15% State
State of residence: MA
That's not right MA has a flat tax of 5.25%: http://www.mass.gov/dor/all-taxes/tax-rate-table.html
c. bagley wrote:FinancialRamblings wrote:If I move the balances of 2040 and 2050 to 2045 then I would no longer be contributing to the 40 & 50 nor would I have to pay the .21% ER.
mhc wrote:Vanguard Total International Stock Index has it all (developed/emerging, large/mid/small). It is a great fund.
wander wrote:levendis wrote:$3100 into HSA ($2400 OGEAX, $700 cash to pay medical expenses)
I guess you meant this $3,100 includes your contribution + extra paid by your employer.
leonidas wrote:Hmmm, with a name like Levendis you or your girl must be Greek!
jaxxmjd wrote:If this is indeed true, then I'm glad I clicked on this thread. I was going to pick MDIIX due to the load, but I'd much prefer OGEAX if the load is waived within the HSA.