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Crabby AppletonPerson was signed in when posted
08-21-2019
10:47 PM ET (US)
/m60442 Just wiped out a bunch of yours too, hypocrite.
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BAWhahahahahahahahahaPerson was signed in when posted
08-21-2019
11:59 PM ET (US)
Thanks foe deleting all that loon liberal garbage. Moses, he's the worst.
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FATSO TRUMPPerson was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
04:55 AM ET (US)
BAWHABAHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHHAHHA!
THE SOUND OF MY INSANE FOLLOWERS!!
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
05:31 AM ET (US)
Three more off-topic posts. Four, counting this one....
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R.C. #1Person was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
07:05 AM ET (US)
A trade with Europe would be far more costly to U.S than the China trade skirmish;

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/22/why-a-us-t...ing-than-china.html
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LCTPerson was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
07:20 AM ET (US)
C fund up 18.19%
L INC- up 4.68%, nice Alternative to G fund ( up 1.59%) with only 20% equities. Did see that’s moving up too 30% equities.
 Reading yesterday average TSP balance $154k with $21k in ROTH. Like to see it broken down to 10 year employees, 20 year, and 30 years.
  Target ended up $17 a share higher, or 20%.
    I woke up yesterday and Target up $6, went to up $12. I woke the wife up and said Honey, Target up $12. She just smiled and said your Asperger’s will be working overtime today. Boy, was she on the money as I was into my numbers all morning.
   We might of had $2-3k in Target stock 35 years ago when the wife worked at Target, when it was a local company. Think that stock went for braces on one of the kids and living expenses. O well, live too fight another day. 😂💰
Edited 08-22-2019 08:03 AM
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R.C. #1Person was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
07:30 AM ET (US)
I talk to new and older employees all the time about the ROTH IRA.

Here's the best way to fund a TSP for most employees;

1) Take advantage of full matching funds by contributing 5% of your salary to ordinary, before tax IRA (contribution comes from gross income)

2) Fully maximize contribution to ROTH IRA (which I believe is six thousand under present tax law) contribution comes from net income, and tax free when withdrawal occurs.

3) Go back to regular IRA with any additional funds you want to contribute.
Edited 08-22-2019 07:33 AM
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R.C. #1Person was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
07:43 AM ET (US)
LCT, L income is good place to be for retirement years. Should keep you above inflation rate, while minimizing your losses from a brutal bear market. A perfect RIKSNY play.
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R.C. #1Person was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
07:46 AM ET (US)
Dicks sporting goods just in with earnings. Up a whopping 13% in premarket trading after report.

Retailers continue to impress! Consumer looks strong.
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LCTPerson was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
07:48 AM ET (US)
RC- I talked before how I don’t have any ROTH money and wish I did. When you retire and in a lower income bracket start moving money into a ROTH. If you stay in that 12% tax bracket if makes it worth it. Right now that bracket goes to 77K, plus your $24k married deduction. No doubt about it taxes will be going up in the future, to pay for our massive debt.
    On second thought you might be in that 100 K bracket when you retire. Nice problem to have.
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LCTPerson was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
07:53 AM ET (US)
At 70 1/2 years old you have to start taking RMD. Bill in Congress now might move that up to 72 or 75. Would be nice if it was all converted to ROTH by that time. 😀😎💰
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R.C. #1Person was signed in when posted
08-22-2019
07:53 AM ET (US)
LCT, Just started a ROTH IRA inside my TSP. Putting in 200 dollars a paycheck. 100% C fund designation for my ROTH. Set it, and forget it. Have about 100k in ROTH money between spouse and I over at Vanguard. Once kids are out of college, I will FULLY maximize contributions for spouse and I.
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