nisiprius wrote:They are really one and the same thing; they are correlated.
randombogler wrote:naive question - how do you ascertain you have achieved the mark, if its net worth and includes your house, stocks, bonds - that value varies everyday. Is it the fact that the current value >= 1 M.
telemark wrote:At some point the gains and losses in your portfolio will start to outweigh your contributions. Where that point occurs depends on how early you start and how much you can afford to save.
manwithnoname wrote: Why invest in bonds that are going to yield 3% at best for the next 5 or so years?
stoptothink wrote:Maybe I am wrong, but I don't think anybody was suggesting that there was some gender issue at play here; other than the fact that most of the members of this forum are male ...
If you want to save and grow money and have access to it before age 59.5 then obviously you need a taxable brokerage account.
asif408 wrote:If a person cannot fill all their tax advantaged space, is there any reason to have or invest in a taxable account?