placeholder wrote:madbrain wrote:placeholder wrote:And the landlords don't pay tax and insurance?
They do, but long-time landlords in California . . .
The complaint was about the Chicago area.
cheese_breath wrote:It could be a LOT more costly. If you're discovered to have a serious medical condition or illness you might not be able to find a Medigap insurer who will accept you.
boroc7 wrote:So I probably should have gotten #10, but when are 401(k) contributions taxed (a)?
Bracket wrote:Question 12 also seems to ignore the fact that not all traditional IRA contributions are pre-tax. Ironic that a quiz claiming to assess financial literacy has such an error.
laughlinlvr wrote:So I think answer (b) is wrong and I feel entitled to a perfect score.
Taylor Larimore wrote:
I am also surprised. You must have inserted a rare situation.
laphlaw wrote:I don't qualify to open up a traditional IRA,
blevine wrote:Why I NEVER buy extended warantees. They are worthless.