| O-T Lounge|| re: Gulf Shores Golf Courses - GeauxTigers777 on 4/14/14 at 2:41 pm|
I played kiva last August and was extremely disappointed in the conditions. Greens were burned with multiple dead spots and crab grass everywhere.
I have never been disappointed with peninsula. Immaculate condition, and the greens roll the same 1-18. By far my favorite course in the area with cr...
| Money Talk|| re: Loose diamond prices - GeauxTigers777 on 4/7/14 at 5:10 pm|
I bought diamonds through Union diamond (based out of Atlanta I believe, and was very happy...
| Money Talk|| re: Vanguard Roth IRA - GeauxTigers777 on 4/6/14 at 12:39 pm|
Hijack, but is the max you can rollover to a Roth? My tax bracket will never be lower more than likely, and I will be rolling over a state retirement account of my wife's. ...
| Money Talk|| Good Faith Estimate timeline - GeauxTigers777 on 4/2/14 at 12:05 pm|
I submitted my agreed upon contract to my lender 7 days ago (5 business days) for a house I am buying. I have already been pre-approved for this loan. My Realtor is pushing me to get the good faith estimate to be on file. My lender has sent me an email saying it would be ready the last 3 days, but I...
| Money Talk|| re: Thoughts on Altria and Phillip Morris International stocks - GeauxTigers777 on 3/28/14 at 8:53 pm|
That's what I have liked so far. I just wanted everyone else's opinion. ...
| Money Talk|| Thoughts on Altria and Phillip Morris International stocks - GeauxTigers777 on 3/28/14 at 4:07 pm|
Curious of the money board opinion ...
| Money Talk|| Monthly income estimate - GeauxTigers777 on 3/9/14 at 7:14 pm|
Any good sites to figure out federal withholdings (don't need state Calculation) for a couple making 80,000 to 100,000? Needing to make a realistic budget for buying a house and was curious how i can figure this out. I have seen a few sites that vary in the final number. ...
| Money Talk|| re: Credit Score Help - GeauxTigers777 on 2/27/14 at 3:07 pm|
Just another plug for sapphire preferred. I recently bought $12000 worth of plane tickets (business class) for $1600 worth of points + 250 in fees. Net is I am out of pocket $250 for $12000 worth of tickets. This is getting approximately 6X my value off of the points earned by transferring the point...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Credit card rewards. - GeauxTigers777 on 2/26/14 at 9:12 am|
Depends youyour needs and hobbies. What do you like to do? Travel, eat out? What would you use most of the credit card for purchase wise? I have chase sapphire preferred and would highly recommend it. Recently transferred points to United to pay for overseas flights. Got $12000 worth of flights for ...
| Money Talk|| re: Cheapest Euro exchange - GeauxTigers777 on 2/21/14 at 12:00 pm|
Not at all. Bancorpsouth. So more like semi regional vs. Local...
| Money Talk|| re: Cheapest Euro exchange - GeauxTigers777 on 2/21/14 at 11:52 am|
Just an update. Local bank will order any amount of Euro over 300 for a flat fee of $7. Not a bad deal. I'll probably order 400-500 before going. Thanks for the help ...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Non-doctors of the OT: smartest subspecialty - GeauxTigers777 on 2/20/14 at 10:24 pm|
Haha. Very little work until it hits the fan and then you see what the money is worth.
| O-T Lounge|| re: Non-doctors of the OT: smartest subspecialty - GeauxTigers777 on 2/20/14 at 10:20 pm|
They are well compensated but not the highest paid by any stretch. They are not hurting to put food on the dinner table either though. ...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Non-doctors of the OT: smartest subspecialty - GeauxTigers777 on 2/20/14 at 10:11 pm|
Radiology has honestly decreased of late secondary to fears of reimbursement etc. Those doctors are truly under appreciated though. A great radiologist is irreplaceable. ...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Non-doctors of the OT: smartest subspecialty - GeauxTigers777 on 2/20/14 at 10:09 pm|
I am probably further along than you expect. This thread was more out of curiosity of public opinion. I think most people going into these fields know they aren't going to have the general medical knowledge of an internist/ CC / etc. Subspecialties by the very nature subspecialize and forget a lot o...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Non-doctors of the OT: smartest subspecialty - GeauxTigers777 on 2/20/14 at 9:28 pm|
I would agree. I guess I was going with most competitive. Which theoretically would mean best boards / resume post med school. ...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Non-doctors of the OT: smartest subspecialty - GeauxTigers777 on 2/20/14 at 9:25 pm|
Reason is tons of technology in the field and you have very few urology emergencies. This means not getting called in. It is also a field where you can choose to make 400-500 and work 4.5 days a week or work 6 days and make 8-1 mil. Very lucrative for the time being ...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Non-doctors of the OT: smartest subspecialty - GeauxTigers777 on 2/20/14 at 9:21 pm|
Actually surprisingly correct answers.
Most competitive in no particular order (somewhat order) :
Neurosurgery (Neuro itself is completely non competitive)
Integrated plastics (do 6 years of plastics instead of 8 year traditional route)
| O-T Lounge|| Non-doctors of the OT: smartest subspecialty - GeauxTigers777 on 2/20/14 at 9:07 pm|
Which specialty of medicine do you think the "smartest"/most well qualified doctors go into?
Just curious to see what public opinion is.
Spoiler alert: I posted actual most " competitive matches " further down. Post before reading. ...
| Money Talk|| re: Cheapest Euro exchange - GeauxTigers777 on 2/17/14 at 4:38 pm|
Well I have a direct from Atlanta to frankfurt and then there to Venice. Not terrible I don't guess. I appreciate all of the help, and I'll research the airport bank. Thanks ...
| Money Talk|| re: Cheapest Euro exchange - GeauxTigers777 on 2/17/14 at 3:29 pm|
Will be going through Germany, but thanks for the heads up. ...
| Money Talk|| re: Cheapest Euro exchange - GeauxTigers777 on 2/17/14 at 2:47 pm|
With the per visit, is there a time period in between, or can I immediately swipe my badge again and get another $300?...
| Money Talk|| re: Cheapest Euro exchange - GeauxTigers777 on 2/17/14 at 2:15 pm|
Yeah. I have sapphire preferred with no fees but have some expenses that require cash (some excursions, hotel charges 5% up charge for credit at one place etc). I didn't know if it would be cheaper to grab 500 in euro in the US and not pay any fee. I know banks can order currency but I have no idea ...
| Money Talk|| Cheapest Euro exchange - GeauxTigers777 on 2/17/14 at 12:41 pm|
Will be traveling to Italy. Best to just use ATMs there, or order through a bank here. What do most people do? ...
| Fantasy Sports Board|| Freeman for Bumgarner - GeauxTigers777 on 2/16/14 at 10:28 pm|
Just accepted this.
Dynasty league and pitching is premium due to scoring system. I have fielder as other 1B. Wainwright, Sale, A. Sanchez are other top pitchers. 14 man league ...
| Money Talk|| re: Housing loan options - GeauxTigers777 on 1/27/14 at 2:57 pm|
It is no PMI. Suntrust, regions, BoA, and probably 4 other banks will do the physician loans with no PMI. Suntrust and regions actually will do 100% loans with no PMI but have higher interest payment and fees. ...
| Money Talk|| re: Housing loan options - GeauxTigers777 on 1/27/14 at 2:56 pm|
Dentist definitely qualify for the loan (have to be within a certain time frame since graduation). By the way I am not falling for the not real doctor. With the changes coming, I might wish I went that route. ...
| Money Talk|| re: Housing loan options - GeauxTigers777 on 1/27/14 at 1:59 pm|
Physician Loan. Basically just a perk to try to get you to do business, and hoping you'll remain loyal with money made later in life. Also, a lot of places increase interest rates and don't charge pmi. BoA is at least quoting around market rate and no increased fees. ...
| Money Talk|| Housing loan options - GeauxTigers777 on 1/27/14 at 12:43 pm|
house. One down side is that the taxes and insurance are in escrow. I think this sounds like a pretty good deal. Am I missing some important details that could be hidden/should ask about? Thanks ...
| O-T Lounge|| Physician Loan question - GeauxTigers777 on 1/27/14 at 8:02 am|
Posting here because I figure most current resident post here instead of the money board (no money to invest). If you purchased a house for residency, what Bank did you use for a physician loan? Right now I am looking at BoA, regions, and suntrust. Any help is appreciated. ...