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How's my portfolio setup? Opinions?
posted by: jmilber @ Thu Jul 02, 2015 3:11 am
Hello,

I am 30/M--- owner of an insurnace business & tax preparation service. I'd say my risk tolerance is middle-high, since I'm young, have a good income ($200-250K/year), and am a bit of a gambler! I don't have any financial advisers help, but I know a fair amount about investments so kind of just set my portfolio myself.

Here's my portfolio, in a nutshell. Some questions below regarding if I am well placed and any suggested plans:

Checking Account: $60,000 (Working capital + deciding where to put some, or all of this)
(no...
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Lending money to my girlfriend
posted by: pouncingmailbox @ Thu Jun 25, 2015 9:26 pm
Hi Everyone,

I am hoping you guys can give me some relationship/financial advice.

My girlfriend recently quit her solid (~55K per year) job to start medical school in the fall. She quit her job early to take her dream trip to Europe before she starts school.

I knew this trip was going to be expensive and frankly unnecessary 1 month vacation. However I found it difficult to directly voice this opinion because my family is quite wealthy and I have been to Europe many times before. Her family has been in a very difficult financial si...
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How to preserve my capital
posted by: branchville @ Wed Jun 24, 2015 9:24 pm
I am 25 years old, and have a useless bachelors degree in liberal arts. I use around 1-2k a month since my expenses are very low right now but will be going higher next year.

What can I do to generate some income and not lose all of my capital?

Should I buy and absentee business and try to go back to school at the same time?

or should I go all out in a business and forget going back to school?

Please help any advise appreciated.
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HELP! 300k but no income- what should I do?
posted by: branchville @ Wed Jun 24, 2015 7:10 pm
I am 25 years old, and have a useless bachelors degree in liberal arts. I use around 1-2k a month since my expenses are very low right now but will be going higher next year.

What can I do to generate some income and not lose all of my capital?

Should I buy and absentee business and try to go back to school at the same time?

or should I go all out in a business and forget going back to school?

Please help any advise appreciated.
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Roth IRA Help
posted by: giacona @ Sat Jun 20, 2015 7:45 pm
I am trying to get some advice on my Roth IRA. I opened it in 2008 with American funds. For the most part it has been doing very well. However there are (2) funds that I am not sure if I should stick with or invest in something else.

First one is NEWCX. Since I have owned this fund it's annualized return is only 4.95%. I have had conversations with my broker about this in the past and somehow he keeps talking me out of exchanging into a different fund. he keeps telling me to stick with it. I just don't see this fund as a great long term appr...
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What to do
posted by: Nemor @ Sat Jun 20, 2015 4:20 pm
Here are the facts:

I am terminally ill and will be dead within 40 days

I sold my house and netted $106,000. Out of that, I wrote a check to my son as a gift for $100,000.

I also cashed in my 401(k) rollover account in the amount of $58,000.
Did not take out the 10%.

My annual social security income is $21,804.

I have no other debt.

If I die in July of 2015, what information does my son (as my executor) need to gather, as he will need to file taxes on my behalf, plus penalties?

Thank you so much.
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