Chris
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My million-dollar brother wants to retire. Should he?
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After he has already made a budget, is there any way he can take a long term leave work, about 6 months without pay? This will allow him to try to live off of 20k and see if he can stay within his ...

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I believe this to be fraud — hired, then asked to cash check and send cash as Bitcoin
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100% Scam They want you to cash a check, which is a transaction that can be reversed such as if the check bounces. Then give them money in bitcoin, which cant be reversed. Most likely the check ...

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The effect of 2018 standard tax deductions
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Per the IRS website. Assuming you aren't itemizing, you take your income and subtract the standard deduction to get your actual taxable income. So for your case with no other considerations your ...

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Using 72(t) to avoid 10% penalty, how much can I withdraw from 401k per year? What are the main disadvantages for doing this?
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There are 3 ways to calculate distributions amortization annuitization minimum distribution According to investopedia amortization will give you the largest distributions minimum distribution ...

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How does the government shutdown affect tax returns?
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According to this article the IRS will pay refunds as usual. The Internal Revenue Service will issue refunds to taxpayers even if the U.S. government shutdown extends into the filing season ... ...

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Is adjusting my portfolio's distribution according to bad signals from news risky?
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You're trying to reduce risk by hedging into more bonds. Your risk should be based on how long you can stay in the market not what the market is currently doing. You are correct in that you wont ...

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