Search | TigerDroppings.com



Search Results
ForumMessage
Money Talk
re: How To Manage Accounts For Marriage - RickAstley
Thanks again everyone for the feedback. Great advice everywhere. The credit card discussion is entertaining too :lol:...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (0)
Money Talk
re: How To Manage Accounts For Marriage - RickAstley
[quote]too many couples leave all the financial details to one party.[/quote] I personally am trying to avoid this route, although I certainly can see how easy it is to get in such a situation. Thanks to everyone for the responses so far. Just from what has been posted, different things certa...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (0)
Money Talk
re: How To Manage Accounts For Marriage - RickAstley
Thanks for the feedback :cheers: I think your layout makes great sense. We have plenty of time to get things merged and set up on our end. I certainly do not expect to get it right the first try, but I also do not want to take an approach where issues about money come into play....


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (1)
Money Talk
re: Coin collectors' thread - RickAstley
Thanks :cheers: When I do get started again with building my coin collection, this board will more than likely be the first to know the results. I have found that bringing up my coin collection only serves as a buzzkill to the conversation with the majority of my friends and family :lol:...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (0)
Money Talk
re: Coin collectors' thread - RickAstley
I am glad to have the Walking Liberty halves that I do own. My mother owns a nice little collection of Walking Liberty halves, yet has an ambition to turn them into jewelry or decorative pieces (punching holes into the coin for necklaces, etc...). Definitely crushed my coin boner I had going at the ...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (0)
Money Talk
How To Manage Accounts For Marriage - RickAstley
I am looking for feedback regarding managing monetary accounts when married. Some background to start: Both have: Mutual funds/stock ownership in a taxable account Checking Savings Credit Cards One has: Retirement (Roth IRA and 401k) We wish to get feedback on what approach to take in ...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (13)
Money Talk
re: Coin collectors' thread - RickAstley
My coin collection has not changed whatsoever in the past 7 - 10 months. Life has gotten in the way from coin roll hunting which is my main focus in adding new coins (primarily hunting silver pieces). I wish to get started with ordering halves from the bank soon. My biggest problem is I am on pace t...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (2)
Money Talk
re: Chase Freedom CC - RickAstley
I have the Chase Freedom card and I have enjoyed it so far. I would certainly recommend getting one as long as you can be responsible. Getting a credit card in college can be a great play or it can weigh you down with unnecessary debt on top of student loans. [quote] I wouldn't be using it for mo...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (1)
Money Talk
re: Cashing in change - RickAstley
As others have said, check with your bank first. I have always been stubborn and rolled my own coins when making a deposit. I do it now to look for collectible coins and silver pieces. Very time consuming and probably not what you are interested in doing....


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (1)
Tech Board
re: Password management ap/software.... - RickAstley
I use KeePass on my computer. It can be very helpful when you have multiple logins or need help generating a new password for a random account. I have been using KeePass for the previous 2 years and I have been very pleased. I don't know what features you are expecting out of your app beyond the ...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (0)
Money Talk
re: Tomorrow, 7/8, is the ex-dividend date for AT&T (T) - RickAstley
[quote]Not gonna get rich doing that but it was free money[/quote] Might not get rich but I haven't heard of anyone complain about free money. Thanks for the update and the insight....


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (0)
Money Talk
re: Tomorrow, 7/8, is the ex-dividend date for AT&T (T) - RickAstley
How did this work out for you? Did you have as much success with AT&T as you did JPM?...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (1)
Money Talk
re: Looking for Solid Mutual Fund via Roth - RickAstley
My Roth IRA funds are invested into Vanguard's Total Stock Market Index Fund. I'm 25 years old, with easily 30+ years of work on the horizon. I'll balance my portfolio over time. //My Roth is with Vanguard...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (2)
Money Talk
re: Tomorrow, 7/8, is the ex-dividend date for AT&T (T) - RickAstley
Thank you for the advice :cheers:...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (0)
Money Talk
re: Tomorrow, 7/8, is the ex-dividend date for AT&T (T) - RickAstley
Do you mind expanding on a dividend play for the one's who do not dabble in day trading stocks? Does this mean you will buy a large swath of shares today and sell after the dividend clears?...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (1)
O-T Lounge
re: Summer Time Cooling Clothing - RickAstley
I do not foresee wearing the suit in the summer time being a long term ordeal for me. I do need to improve my situation as is for the time being....


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (0)
O-T Lounge
re: Summer Time Cooling Clothing - RickAstley
I am looking for something that offers the cooling effect of Underarmour, but as you said clothing that does not allow the sweat to go to the dress shirt....


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (1)
O-T Lounge
Summer Time Cooling Clothing - RickAstley
Does anyone have suggestions for clothing with a cooling effect to wear? Much less under a suit? Sweating is unavoidable, but lately its been pretty intense wearing business attire. I am looking for suggestions for cooling materials....


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (12)
Money Talk
re: Family budget question re: groceries/food/consumables - RickAstley
I do not think $12k a year is completely unreasonable if you factor in eating out. If you buy in bulk, make your lunch everyday, use coupons, and eat at or pick up food from a restaurant once a week, I think you could trim the figure to $750 a month. I do not know what efforts your family makes t...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (0)
Money Talk
re: The Money Talk Guide - A List of Major Topics Covered - RickAstley
If you make a section for coin collectors this thread, [link=(http://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/p/38716628/Tips-from-MT-Coin-Collectors.aspx)]Tips from MT Coin Collectors[/link], should be included in the links. Great job on the work :cheers:...


Jump to Post in Topic - View Entire Topic - Replies (1)

Search Results