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So, I just read this paper: https://web.stanford.edu/~wfsharpe/retecon/4percent.pdf And I'm trying to understand the primary argument, but it's not clear to me from whence ...
This year I sold a condo that was used as a rental property for the last four years or so when I moved for a new job. It was sold at a slight loss but I have some loss carryforw...
Here's my situation... My wife and I, along with 2 young kids (3-1/2 and 15 months) plan to move to San Diego after I retire in about 8 years at age 57 (my wife will be 45). I...
I have fairly comprehensive health coverage in retirement; which I plan to keep. And I will not collect social security till 70 years of age. I am turning 65 in 3 months and...
Hi everybody, After working for about 2 years I have finally decided to get more intentional with my money. Let me give you some background on me really quick. Age- About ...
Hello: I'm doing some planning in preparation for open enrollment. My main questions are: (1) Do I need term life insurance (provided by employer), cost to me is $7 a mon...
We recently bought a home. The first furnace tuneup call before the beginning of winter in Ohio, the technician said Cracked heat exchanger - gave two choices. 1. Replace heat...
Hi, I have gained immensely from Bogleheads, so this post is to announce a couple of wins and also to thank this community for its invaluable guidance! I just checked my inves...
Hello Bogleheads, Megacorp messed up.I received a corrected W-2 for the year 2014. Box 12 codes AA -" Designated Roth contributions under a section 401k plan" and D - "C...
EDIT: Almost 1000 hits on the thread and very few are focusing on the issue at hand. Please, all, we have discussed and evaluated the decision to make this personnel cha...
I recently had an offer accepted and contract fully executed on a home (I'm the buyer). I had been working with a mortgage 'broker' (really just a lender working with a singl...
Hi all! I'm looking for suggestions/opinions on how to handle an upcoming inheritance. I've read "Managing a Windfall", but I have some specific questions, not covered in that...
Is a large savings a good substitute for life insurance and/or disability insurance? For example, savings equal to or greater than the insurance payout? Extrapolating, do the ...
It seems to be very much standard practice to sign and email back only the signature page when finalizing an agreement electronically. I'm always puzzled by this but I do it an...
John rents out a property that used to be his main residence. He never informed the bank because he was afraid of losing his tracker mortgage. He is therefore receiving tax r...
Hi I've got an large outstanding balance (£25,000+) with NRAM that I am now being chased for. It is for the unsecured part for the dodgy Together mortgage , the house ...
Obviously this is a trading forum, but I know several of you are diversified (and it sort of is trading anyways). Does anybody do much flipping of houses? I've just gotten going...
The navigation on my CPO Mercedes E300 is horrible. So horrible that I use google maps (which is terrific) through android auto connection via USB. Directions from the dealer to...
Background Information on Proposed plan: (Basically the plan is to do the following) His - 18.5k into traditional 401k Her - 18.5k into traditional 401k His - 5.5k into ro...
Consider the following scenario: An individual is covered by a high-deductible health plan with an HSA. The plan does not cover a procedure that a physician has determined is...
I have a twenty-something niece I try to help, since she gets little help from her parents. She is juggling college classes while also working in what they call the gig econo...
I got an email just now from Equifax (it came from @notify.equifax.com]) telling me my dispute has been completed. Only I didn't file a dispute. There was a confirmation # in t...
Finally pulling the plug on setting up a Trust Fund for my heirs. Awaiting a call-back with estimate of charges from an international accounting firm to get things rolling. They...
Hi Quick question about contributory pensions. If a person has enough contributions both in Ireland and in the UK, can that person claim a contributory pension in both places ...
Hi all, Just looking for some advice here. The only car we have is registered to my wife and has received an official valuation from a local SIMI dealership to be worth circa...
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