Dennis
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Should I sell my apartment for 112% of buying cost or rent it out for 8% annually?
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The trade-off seems to be quite simple: "How much are you going to get if you sell it" against "How much are you going to get if you rent it out". Several people already hinted ...

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Mortgage or not?
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Consider the next 30 years Here is something that should help your decision: Currently you are 57, suppose that means that you will still work for 10 years, and then be retired for another 20 before ...

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How to pay bills for one month while waiting for new job?
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This is just a partial answer, but I believe the following observations are relevant: If you get a job in 1 month, it may take 2 months before you see the first paycheck There are some things that ...

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How do I best bill out an annualized salary monthly, as a Canadian contractor?
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I would say the practical solution depends on the circumstances: If you are a typical contractor and have assumed all the risk, I would recommend a daily rate If you assume most of the risk, but ...

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Are there contracts for fixed pay vs. fixed pay rates?
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In general the other party will expect you to keep your promises. If you promise to do something for a fixed amount of money, you take on a risk and it is no longer their problem if you work slower ...

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Repaying Debt and Saving - Difficult Situation
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Given the listed expenses, this problem will not have a nice solutions. So lets quickly go through them and see when the most pressing ones can be dealt with: Solved within 1 year: 900 College ...

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Investing small amounts at regular intervals while minimizing fees?
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I am not sure whether this hold in all countries, but at least in the Netherlands my bank allows for investment in funds without charging transaction costs. The downside is that these funds charge an ...

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