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Out of debt, have some spending cash, house?
posted by: Archibald Beechcroft @ Sat Aug 19, 2017 2:14 pm
My brother just bought a house in a "getting better" town. The house right next to him has gone up for sale for an extremely cheap 43,000. His house cost 78,000. It is in upstate new York right near the St. Lawrence River. I am completely out of debt, I have a kid on the way, and my current teaching job isn't somewhere where I want to be next year. Since the house is only 43,000 and I managed to pay off (without really struggling too much) 38,000 in one year, would it make sense to purchase the house, fix it up a bit and then sell in a few...
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Teacher just out of debt, planning for future
posted by: Archibald Beechcroft @ Sat Aug 19, 2017 3:28 am
First time post on any sort of financial forum so please bear with me.  I am finally out of my student loan debt after starting my own small business on the side (went from 38,000 last September to owing nothing this August).  With that being said, now that I am completely debt free (I don't own a home), I'm interesting in having my money work for me or at least allowing it to compound over time the easiest way possible.  I am not really into investing large sums and would rather go the way of a Roth IRA.  My school offers a 401k plan, but ...
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Who are the participants in equity market?
posted by: 24cfinance @ Thu Aug 17, 2017 12:02 pm
Basically, there are three different types of participants which
interact with each other to carry various activities on the
exchange. They are:
1. Investors
2. Dealers and brokers
3. Issuers
Investors are the people who invest and divest in shares on the
virtually available exchange. In equity market, the trading can
be intraday or delivery. When investors hold their stocks for
longer, they are actually putting their money on risk. Risks are
inevitable in market place. Quality information, sophisticated
trading tools, consistent upd...
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руский тр
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Праститутка узб...
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Buy new car to be safe, or pay-off remaining CC debt?
posted by: jnb150 @ Fri Aug 04, 2017 3:45 pm
Here's the quick breakdown:

I have 20k in CC debt, and currently have roughly 1600/month in un-allocated funds, and the ability to pay off at least 1k/month toward the CC debt. Meaning it would take roughly 20 months to be CC debt free.
I only have 12 months to do this though because we're expecting to have to put a child into daycare come next August, and our cash flow is going to be bottle-necked. That 1k/month I have to pay off CC debt is going to dry up very quick.

Here's my issue:

I have a 5 year old Subaru that's no longer...
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Where to get started with finances and have a good plan?
posted by: ComputerCarGuy @ Tue Aug 01, 2017 2:45 am
So, I'm a teen currently and I really am not sure where to start. In saving up for my first car I realized how complicated finances are. People always say do what you love but to me if I take a hobby I love and make it a career then that just makes me not enjoy it as much.

Anyhow, how does one get started in business and making profit? I have a background in computers and plan to go to college majoring in a computer related subject not sure which yet, minoring in some sort of engineering and also financing. Now I don't know much yet but tha...
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Tax exemption questions
posted by: bobdob @ Sun Jul 30, 2017 6:07 am
New to the Forum, and excited to start taking control of my Finances!

Could someone please break down something for me.

On my Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) I claim ,
Married and have 1 exemption. I have 2 children now, so I should probably change that to 2 children.

Last tax return I received almost $7500, it helped because my son was born Dec. 29, just barely made the 2016 Tax Season!

How can I greatly reduce the amount in which I receive as a return, and increase my pay checks?
I feel like i would rather have more money ...
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Bitcoin Has Reached A Fork In The Road
posted by: DiceMan @ Sat Jul 29, 2017 10:54 pm
Not always popular, but cryptocurrencies are here

August the 1st sees a major advent in the progress of blockchain/bitcoin with a new protocol being released that will improve transaction performance and capability.

This has brought about an uncertainty on the exchanges - Meanwhile, how can we make money from the crypto markets.

There's definitely opportunity for gains on the alternative "alt coins' , but how to trade?

20% daily gains can't be bad...

Sure there's a way
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Am i doing it right? 401k retirement.
posted by: 45pro @ Fri Jul 28, 2017 10:42 pm
Hello everyone. I am a 30 yr old male thats married with two children. I have been working the same job for over 10 years. Unfortunately I have only started saving for my retirement 2 years ago. My work offers a 401k that I signed up for but I have no idea if what I am doing is good enough, or wrong completely. Maybe there are better options? I really have no idea how it all works and am just wondering if I'm saving my money for retirement in the best way possible, and if not how it could i be. I am currently putting 5% in an after tax 401k pla...
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