Flobes wrote:Rocket, I PMed you the name and private line phone number of a person who in charge of bonds of the deceased at Treasury Department.
She helped me greatly when I was executor of two estates a few years ago. :Flobes
sscritic wrote:They have forms for these sorts of things. Did you find that page at TreasuryDirect? Google can help.
retiredjg wrote:rocket wrote: E-3s, and maybe E-4s, are probable are in the 0% tax bracket.
In the 0% tax bracket, there is no reason to use a tIRA. ...... However, for a single person, the 0% tax bracket is under about 10k a year salary.
nisiprius wrote:To some extent, Vanguard itself lets you do this, and doubtless they're not the only ones...... manually enter mutual fund and other holdings in outside accounts ....
livesoft wrote:Often one cannot find a well-maintained 2-year-old car at a good price. Too often the owner wants too much money for the vehicle.
Why would someone be selling a 2-year-old car anyways? What's wrong with it?
lemming wrote:Hi all,
One complicating factor is that I'm not a US resident (I'm from New Zealand), so Vanguard is not available to me.
Alan S. wrote:Why do you want to recharacterize the Roth contribution?
1) Modified AGI too high to qualify?
2) Would rather have the TIRA deduction? But are you sure you can deduct it?