555 wrote:Both? Why should an FSA in 2015 disqualify HSA eligibility for 2016?
Goblue97 wrote:Have FSA at $2500 in 2015 and had FSA at $2500 for 2014
Goblue97 wrote:Can I do this for 2014 (before April) or for 2015 in combination with the FSA for one or both years?
Goblue97 wrote:For the case of argument, let us assume my current health care plan meets the HSA requirements. What are my options for this year and next, thanks?
retiredjg wrote:When it comes to Solo 401k, I think Fido has the more flexible product (although I'm not sure which might offer the Roth option).
JamesSFO wrote:there is no qualifying event that would allow the distribution AFAIK.
Toons wrote:Just a friendly reminder,go ahead and fully fund that 2015 IRA if you have taken care of your 2014,why not?
Remember,,"Time Not Timing"
bhsince87 wrote:Does any one know of a "one stop" website or chart that has this info broken out by account type and benefit type?
acegolfer wrote:It's a tax saving strategy. I have never done it but I plan to do with my Vanguard mutual funds in 2015. Any tips?
Kjmiller1984 wrote:going from 30 year fixed to 30 year fixed. Current rate is i believe 4.15% Penfed is offering 3.625 at 0 points and 3.375 at 1.5 points.
Compound wrote:Should I contribute post-tax dollars to the 403(b) to maximize employer match?
Carl53 wrote:gd wrote:By the way, if anyone finds a way to get a refund for having paid for what is now free, let us know.
Alert wrote:If you exchange to other funds, the uncollected balance of $5,500.00 may not be available to sell online from the new fund until 01/01/2015.
tranceFusion wrote:or if I should just compare the fees and asset classes of these trusts against the handful of mutual funds in the plan as I normally would.
BogleBoogie wrote:If choosing your AA is the most important decision one makes in the world of Boglehead minded investing ...
A_C_E wrote:What am I missing?