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Sort of married
posted by: MichaelG @ Sat Oct 01, 2016 5:29 pm
Hi everyone. I have a complicated issue here. I'd be very very grateful for any advice. The upshot is I don't know to what degree I can mingle my finances with my wife. Here's the specific, long-winded problem.

I'm sort of married as of June. We had the ceremony, but didn't actually sign any papers.

The reason for this is simple(ish). My wife's home/apartment for the last 6 years before we met was a BMR in San Francisco. For those that don't know, that's a Below Market Rate apartment. This is rent controlled, but also has strict income re...
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Great plan, but need some advice
posted by: cptnMorgan92 @ Tue Sep 27, 2016 6:28 pm
I've done a lot of thinking about starting my own small business here around Eastern Wyoming and into Western Nebraska, and ran some numbers and i know it will make money. But my credit Is pretty pathetic right now and i think i would just get laughed out of a bank. I need money for a truck, trailer, utv, and other necessary equipment, in all no more than $70,000. Any advice would be helpful on how to go about making this happen. Tia
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Is it possible to register my company if I am on study visa
posted by: jamesroy @ Tue Sep 27, 2016 5:49 am
I am doing my master degree in Toronto. I am doing some freelance works also. I have some clients in Toronto. I was thinking to register this as a company. I read one blog about starting a business while we are on the work permi. But I don't know if it possible if the person has only student visa. Can somebody help me to find a solution for this? It will take one year to complete my course.
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help me understand IRA
posted by: Rage_Phish @ Tue Sep 20, 2016 10:36 pm
i need help because i have no idea what im doing

i have my 401k through work and i add to taht up to the company match limit, and its all in a few index funds that seem to do well and have grown nicely.

i have an IRA set up through TD Ameritrade that i also add to every pay check. but i then have to buy ETF or mutual funds. is this right? it seems to not grow at all other than what i put into it.

i dont know if im explaining my issue well enough. basically i like how i just have my 401k in index funds and its all handled for me it...
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Helping elderly parent
posted by: Chavak @ Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:58 am
My 91 year old mother's financial planner retired and a new man has taken over. He came and spoke to her about general concepts and ideas. After he left he sold some of her stock and invested the money into a fund. She claims she did not consent for him to take any action on her funds, and that he was to return Tuesday Sept 13 to make a decision.

He put her into a fund that has a 4.25% load and also charged her $1700 for selling some of her other stocks and purchasing the new fund.
The load fee comes out to $4675 and add the commissions tha...
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Is there a reason to buy US Treasury Bonds?
posted by: ken-do-nim @ Fri Sep 09, 2016 1:25 am
I hear about US Treasury Bonds all the time. Yet, I checked today and EE bonds give 0.1% interest. I just can't fathom ever getting one. Even if I were retired and wanted my money in something stable, my Capital One money market fund gives 1% interest, 10x that amount.

Am I missing something?
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Middle East Investors Raise Bets on New York Real Estate
posted by: DeepThinker @ Tue Sep 06, 2016 3:36 pm
Middle Eastern investors stepped up purchases of U.S. commercial real estate, with New York City the top destination in both the country and the world for the 18 months through June. Economic growth and favorable exchange rates combined to make the U.S. appealing, particularly for sovereign-wealth funds, according to CBRE Group Inc. Among the US$6.5 billion of New York deals was Qatar Investment Authority’s purchase of a stake in the Manhattan West development, and, following the period CBRE studied, the authority paid US$622 million for 9.9 ...
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