eastwayroad wrote:with roughly 35 x current annual net income.
The usual formulation for this particular analysis is "expenses," not "net income." But either way, cool.
LunaInvestor2048 wrote:because I'm wondering why I'm not even getting calls
TradingPlaces wrote:I think this conversation is becoming overly political at this point.
I expect the closure of this thread to be imminent, due to references to government and political stuff.
alwayshedge wrote:5 mph . . . . Should I still report this to my insurance in the off chance
dekecarver wrote:your retirement from State Gov retirement plan is $45K/yr and lets say you plan on living another 35 years would you count that as roughly $1,575,000 towards your net worth even knowing that once your gone that pot of $$ is also gone?
retire2044 wrote:We recently put $1000 earnest money down to purchase a 2015 Nissan Pathfinder. We had reached a price agreement for the new vehicle, and the money allowed them to finalize the search for the vehicle we requested.
mountainman99 wrote:at a friend's super bowl party . . . We got to talking about finances"