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REIT index fund
posted by: jeff00z28 @ Thu Jul 24, 2014 4:42 am
Anyone invest in VGSIX? I don't know how I have overlooked this or never heard of it. a REIT that is just an index fund with low expense.

.24% expense ration. 2.97% yield. up over 20% this year. I am not interested in active real estate investing like rentals since it takes ~work and I have a very active career that interests me more than real estate.

I am considering buying and holding $5,000 in this fund and add a small amount, maybe 50$ every 2 weeks. I am wondering on opinions or if I should just put the 5k into the vfiax or other sto...
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Best percentages to build a model?
posted by: PapaGeek @ Sun Jul 20, 2014 2:25 pm
Im trying to build a model of our future income and expenses during our retirement years. If our current standard of living is $60,000 after tax income, how much should I increase that by each year to keep up with average inflation? The actual Social Security COLA increases from Dec 1998 to Jan 2013 were: 1.30%, 2.50%, 3.50%, 2.60%, 1.40%, 2.10%, 2.70%, 4.10%, 3.30%, 2.30%, 5.80%, 0.00%, 0.00%, 3.60%, 1.70%. The average COLA for the past 15 years was 2.46%, 10 years was 2.56% and 5 years was 2.22%. These same 3 averages for Jan-2009, befor...
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How about a business with significant income stream?
posted by: sitepro @ Sat Jul 19, 2014 3:06 am
If you are interested in putting money to work in a business with an income stream and no work on your part, let me know. This is a serious, solid business opportunity where you own the business and we take care of building it and managing it. 18% return is guaranteed.
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some interesting information of our law
posted by: JonCartoon @ Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:49 pm
Hi guys, read this news, and have few minute of laugh. how much money our government spending in the air. (1,5 trillion dollar).
people it's our tax=)
http://mic.com/articles/92449/here-s-the-lawless-hellscape-colorado-has-become-six-months-after-legalizing-weed
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Easiest ways to get rid of your credit card debt?
posted by: JamesMartin @ Tue Jul 15, 2014 11:59 pm
There are six easiest ways through you can get rid of your credit card debt for the purpose of debt recovery. You must remember when you are going to pay your debt then you are not completely in charge of money. Actually, somebody is telling you about how and where to spend this money. You should follow these 6 ways to close your credit card debt.

1) Approach the damage
2) Divide and rule
3) Push hard yourself
4) Give priority to your debt
5) Keep paying it off
6) Check you score
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у тран&
posted by: Byysinkaiy @ Mon Jul 14, 2014 12:33 pm
Много индивидуалки татарки казашки проститутки город коломна ищу проститутку с экибасту&...
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MicroWorkers - Get Paid For Completing Micro Tasks
posted by: DarioEM @ Mon Jul 14, 2014 7:33 am
I have no direct affiliation with this website but you can make easy money here by doing simple tasks using this platform. Super simple things like doing a Google search for a keyword, posting a link on Facebook, retweeting a tweet on Twitter, etc.

I used to do a lot of these back in the day and they pay once your account reaches the minimum threshold.

Check out http://www.MicroWorkers.com

Good luck!
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We are selling the farm
posted by: Telewrangler @ Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:29 pm
Hi,

My sister and I are selling a home and farmland that we own together. She wants her half of the money and neither of us want it anymore. We both live too far away to maintain it. Farm rent on the property is very cheap so local farmers will pay almost nothing for land rent or lease. I will receive a little over $200,000. I used to work on Aircraft for US Air until many jobs got outsourced. For the past 10 years, I have owned a small plumbing company, but due to the economy, it is doing pretty bad. Also, I am 46 and I am getting really ti...
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Investing in business
posted by: Brownsfan2k5 @ Sun Jul 13, 2014 7:14 pm
Hey all, I need your advise.

I have been doing well with investing and currently have $150,000 invested. Here's my dilemma: I have a friend who is very successful at opening restaurants. They have opened 3 and all have been very successful. He recently messaged me asking for $50,000 and wanted to know what I would charge for a 5 year loan. I am a huge fan of the show Shark Tank and feel this could be a great deal for me if worked correctly. How would you approach this?
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