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RickAstley
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Reno, Nevada
Member since May 2011
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Ways To Invest W/O Increasing Retirement Contributions


Any suggested ways to continue investing without increasing the amount contributed to a retirement account? I have some money in my paycheck that is not going towards anything right now and I wish to not have it sit idly in my checking account. I am looking for some ideas to what I can do with it, without increasing my retirement contribution until January.






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Mr.Perfect
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re: Ways To Invest W/O Increasing Retirement Contributions


Dinars





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jimbeam
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Make a taxable account and buy index funds IMO. Or stocks if you like that route





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Fat Bastard
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re: Ways To Invest W/O Increasing Retirement Contributions


REAL ESTATE

FUTURES

TAX LIENS

PRIVATE LENDING






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RickAstley
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Reno, Nevada
Member since May 2011
1600 posts

re: Ways To Invest W/O Increasing Retirement Contributions


What is my best way to get into real estate? There has been a number of threads recently about housing and buying land. I would rather get in the market to buy some property for hunting and timber rather than a house. What is some advice for finding available property? Preferably in the LA, MS, AR, TN area?





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RickAstley
LSU Fan
Reno, Nevada
Member since May 2011
1600 posts

re: Ways To Invest W/O Increasing Retirement Contributions


I have a taxable account with Vanguard that I contribute a steady portion to. I have thought about increasing my allocation to the one mutual fund I have in it at this point, though I feel like I am not doing myself any favors as far as goal setting goes. I do not want to lock up all of my money into mutual funds or stocks without having some set goals in mind.

In the past, I have been one to brag about myself for goal setting and being driven to meet each one. As of late things are not very clear.. So here I am beating around the bush looking for ideas to appear out of thin air.

I do appreciate the response and feedback. I intend to increase what I allocate per paycheck next year towards my retirement/taxable accounts. I am looking for ideas for my last 2 months pay for this year to start building a nest egg for a different investment.






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