phillysaver wrote:the 2013 taxact software does not yet appear to be available from HRBlock.
MichDad wrote:I usually purchase it from Costco. Given this year's changes, I'd like to consider purchasing a competitor's tax software product.
Rajsx wrote:no one has heard of them much as they just started the Bank which is offering the CDs.
HueyLD wrote:961 / 5 x 31 = 5,958.20 (five work days per week with 31 work days in the six week period).
br214bh wrote:I would like to avoid a 401k loan as I may look to change employers at some point in the next 1-2 years.
mikeportfolio wrote:I don't really see myself living here for more than a few years, as I'm in a condo and would like to move into a house eventually.
gerrym51 wrote:i live in mass and fidelity is massachusettes company. i can avoid state income taxes on this fund also
MN Finance wrote:Call the bank and tell them what you have now. They'll direct you to the appropriate process.
Equitius wrote:I had my credit report run yesterday and was surprised that my overall credit score fallen some over the past couple of years.
tc101 wrote:Fidelity has been my ONLY bank for about 10 years now.
The only problem that I can think of is if you ever need to get a signature guarantee.
tj wrote:tfb wrote:Savvy wrote:Is it 2% per transaction or per swipe of the card? (i.e. do I get 2% back for my monthly Netflix subscription which is recurring)
What is the difference? 2% is 2%.
tr123 wrote:Does anyone know the best way to exchange U.S. dollar for Canada dollars and vice versa?
Savvy wrote:Is it 2% per transaction or per swipe of the card? (i.e. do I get 2% back for my monthly Netflix subscription which is recurring)
michaelcross wrote:Does that mean social security would not have to be paid if over 50, making and contributing $23000?