LeeMKE wrote:Most prenups sunset at 10 years, either by agreement or by statute.
bengal22 wrote:I would suspect "they" already know. If you spend time on the computer or buy with plastic, there is loads of data on your spending habits, your leisure time habits, etc. etc. etc. THEY KNOW ALREADY.
freddie wrote:I know other couples who have been married for 20 years and they split the check at the restaurant. Seems to work for them.
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?