kromix wrote:Yea my goal was to save save save and have a small mortgage, now that it's out of the way, time to do this...
I am married, my spouse does not have investing accounts right now, but she starts work and will be doing whatever the max contributions is... Why do you ask, is it because we should have different funds?
If I go with either 100% on SP or the 30% 70% suggestion do I do this for only a year and re-evaluate?
You may want to edit your post and not say where such and such is employed. Statistically, how many folks do you know start work tomorrow, hmmm? Sometimes less is more.
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