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Experts in interstate Perth removal .
posted by: Garson @ Tue Jul 02, 2019 8:11 am
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401k Brokeragelink Advice
posted by: workingmonkey @ Wed Jun 26, 2019 8:16 pm
Hi folks,

I have a 280k balance invested in a Fidelity BrokerageLink account. This is a large part of my 401k. It is currently being managed by a third party robo advisor firm. I don't really have any issues with the robo advisor firm but I wanted to use a small portion of these funds to do my own stock market investing.

According to Fidelity, I would need to unchain my BrokerageLink account from the robo advisor firm and then I'm pretty much on my own for those funds. Within my employer's 401k shell, Fidelity can only recommend a select...
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Tax Exempt (Generic) Scholarship Administrator
posted by: TheKingfish @ Sun May 05, 2019 12:44 pm
I am creating a trust which will largely be an educational scholarship. I have no heirs and my assets contain Traditional IRAs (46%) and Roth IRAs (24%). To avoid the after-death tax bite, I want the trust to push that legacy into a 501(c)(3). I could designate my alma mater university as the host/administrator but I would rather make it less parochial. In other words, I would like the scholarships open to a wider audience; to broaden the opportunity, giving applicants some institutional choice.

Ideally I would like a generic tax-exempt ...
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Maturing Bonds. What to do.
posted by: wyclef @ Fri May 03, 2019 2:54 pm
Hi, I’m going to have a bunch of Series EE bonds maturing over the next several years at differerent times and am debating if I want to just roll them over back into a EE again or maybe some I bonds or if I should just ship them off to Vanguard VTSAX or VWELX which I also have. At best with the EE you are getting like 3.5 over 20 and then the I bonds, i don’t know. Probably be looking at around 15k but broken up over a bunch if small denominations over several years. Could do some 5 year CDs but might as well just redo EE if that. Thought...
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Buying a House that is not for Sale
posted by: giacona @ Wed Apr 24, 2019 8:07 pm
When I was a child, my parents had a vacation home in a small town in upstate NY. At the time I did not enjoy it or appreciate it. My parents wound up selling the home a while back. The house has a sentimental value to me.

When I am ready to purse this am I better off approaching the owners on my own without a realtor, or is it best to have an agent contact them? I am well aware I could get turned down by either method. This home has a sentimental value to me and it would be a blessing if I could buy it back one day.

The one thing I wil...
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Which forex robot Software is best?
posted by: Roger @ Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:48 am
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Is this a tax-deductible expense? Brewing
posted by: plush @ Sun Mar 03, 2019 9:27 pm
Hi all,

I'm a Realtor who moonlights as a hobby brewer. Lately I've been brewing beer for client parties, prizes, closing gifts, etc. I give away probably 80% of what I brew, and it helps me keep in front of my clients. Since I started doing this, I've seen a significant increase in business and referrals.

I am curious if I can deduct some or all of my brewing-related expenses since I am "making" a gift for clients. I'm at a point where I need some equipment to keep up with the volume I give away (larger kettle for bigger batches, kegerat...
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Build a rental unit, buy a duplex, or sell?
posted by: plush @ Sat Mar 02, 2019 11:18 pm

I am a 32 year old Realtor who earns a variable income. My wife (31) and I spent a year abroad (Aug 2017 - Aug 2018) and thus made next to nothing in real estate while we were away, but the year before we earned about $140,000. We are both Realtors and are aiming for a gross commission of $200,000 in 2019, which should NET us about $10,000 - $11,000 per month after taxes and brokerage splits/advertising/business expenses/etc. It is doable and likely.

We own two homes. One is a 3 bedroom rancher leased at $1495. Rent control was jus...
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What exactly this means?
posted by: ukrkoz @ Thu Feb 07, 2019 7:09 pm
I received an "investment opportunity" email from my employer.
It is supposed to be "clarified" by HQ some time later, I am more curious, if it's even worth considering.
Here's rough sketch of the situation.
Company A, my employer, owns company B, which is manufacturing subdivision of company A, located across the company owned field from HQ. Far as I know, company B is pretty much owned by company A, land it is on included. Field between them is owned by company A also. I worked for company A for 14 years, witnessed all this development.

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