Statch wrote:If the agent confirms that this understanding is correct, we may end up going back to our old insurance.
dratkinson wrote:I believe all CUs are interlinked by a CU CO-OP: shared branches.
stemikger wrote:Does everyone have an Emergency Fund[?]
DrPeppaPig wrote:According to Discover, my FiCO score is 865.
schuyler74 wrote:Does the company match (or flat contribution) count towards your annual contribution limit?
nitrocore24 wrote:My child is covered under my DW's plan (HDHP with HSA maxed out)
an_asker wrote:In the meanwhile, with a 2% cashback credit card, you would also stand to make some money on the deal given that the transaction charges are slightly less than 2% on the least expensive tax-pay option.
steve r wrote:Anyone know the investment options at BenefitWallet for HSA? How good they are, etc?
StarbuxInvestor wrote:Sounds like the most likely, least risky way is to go 100% short or intemediate term bonds until the next Bear market then go 100% stocks.
bogle1 wrote:We will live in this house atleast for 3 more years. The cost of refinance would be apx $6500 (incl points). Please suggest if it is a good idea to refinance.
Bob's not my name wrote:The OP has been distracted by the company's tax statement about capital gains treatment, which is a common distraction.
thethinker wrote:as the fees are often associated with a main reason people should not buy and trade stocks and utilize an index fund.
HIinvestor wrote:Anyone know if Schwab ETFs can be held in Vanguard account?
Investor2 wrote:Do you use a “dry powder” strategy? If so, how do you implement it, and what are your plans given the current market?