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re: Income Opportunities For Stay At Home Wife - MoneyTime
[quote]What is her current job?[/quote] She is a teacher... I did find something online where teachers do English online for children in China. Something I’ll have her look into as well. ...
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re: Income Opportunities For Stay At Home Wife - MoneyTime
[quote]rover.com[/quote] This is not a bad option. Thanks for the idea....
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re: Income Opportunities For Stay At Home Wife - MoneyTime
[quote]Cam girl[/quote] OT lounge is a couple doors over [quote]Pyramid scheme beauty product saleswoman to her FB friends[/quote] I would prefer to keep our friends and not have them avoid our calls...
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Income Opportunities For Stay At Home Wife - MoneyTime
Wife is going to be staying at home with kids starting in a couple months. Just curious if anyone else’s wife was in a similar situation and did something to earn small side income? Not looking to replace salary, but maybe just a couple hundred dollars a week? Income would not be required for ou...
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re: Newborn life insurance - MoneyTime
Most replies on here are strictly financial based. They are taking away the emotional side of things. Which for most investments I agree with their logic. In this instance, I think it is acceptable to let emotion play in. You will have so much going on if this policy was ever needed and the peace...
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re: Newborn life insurance - MoneyTime
[quote]Or you could just put the $75/mo into a 529 for the 10 years. In 18 years at a 6% return, you've got $20k.[/quote] It doesn’t cost even close to $75/mo so that’s not a fair comparison. I pay around $9/mo. Have policy grouped up with rest of insurance at State Farm ...
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re: Newborn life insurance - MoneyTime
We purchased it. Not something you really want to think about, but financially protects you if your child has long term medical bills/funeral expenses. Finances should not have to be a worry when dealing with something so traumatic ...
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re: New Job with Risk or Current Job with Comfort - MoneyTime
Wife does work but we have both agreed she will likely take some time off to stay home in the near future. The income we need to make up if she stays home would be minimal since we would save on day care costs. I know that they have not done a similar start up, but there current business is not a...
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New Job with Risk or Current Job with Comfort - MoneyTime
I’ve been working for my current company for a couple of years and have really enjoyed my time here. I was very fortunate to move up in position and pay for the short time I’ve been here. The company is financially sound and I expect to continue to progress financially but I have most likely reached...
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re: Half PPR #1 Pick - MoneyTime
That’s the debate. Bell or Gurley?...
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Half PPR #1 Pick - MoneyTime
Who am I taking and why? Somewhat new to fantasy football but been a very close follower of the NFL for a long time. Half point ranking are hard to find. Thanks in advance for any feedback ...
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re: Consolidating Credit Debt - MoneyTime
Her accounts, but I should be reminding her. Like you said, I should have a calendar that has her due dates as well...
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re: Consolidating Credit Debt - MoneyTime
I should have added that we are recent graduates. This is all pre marriage debt for the most part. And I have never had a late payment on any of my own finances. I pay house, cars, etc. never a problem. I take partial blame for her late payments because I should be on top of it. The consolidation...
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Consolidating Credit Debt - MoneyTime
Does anyone have any advice about consolidating credit card debt? Around 9K in credit debt. Wife and I do well for age, around $150k combined pre tax income but wife didn’t use best judgement on credit cards pre marriage. She is often late on payments because she forgets. My thought process is that ...
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re: Les Miles-Lloyd Carr Comparison - MoneyTime
[quote]LSU athletes can play in any type of offense. It don't matter, they can adapt.[/quote] [quote]With QB's like Brandon Harris it is hard for them to adapt.[/quote] Seems like you are contradicting your own statement. LSU has had an issue at QB. They continue to recruit athletic DT QB's th...
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re: Les Miles-Lloyd Carr Comparison - MoneyTime
Rich rod was there for 3. That led to the Brady Hoke era. One good season of relief for Hoke (his 1st)...
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re: Les Miles-Lloyd Carr Comparison - MoneyTime
I remember that game very well. 1 upset cant define a team. Saban vs UAB? Saban vs ULM? ...
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re: Les Miles-Lloyd Carr Comparison - MoneyTime
Care to elaborate further....? anyone can post statements like that. Provide some facts and content....
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re: Les Miles-Lloyd Carr Comparison - MoneyTime
Carr was one year removed from the rose bowl. Which he guided Michigan to in 3 of his last 5 years. His final season was a 9-4 year with a capital 1 bowl victory....
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re: Les Miles-Lloyd Carr Comparison - MoneyTime
The problem is that for every 1 saban that you come across, you will have to work through 3 dinardos. Top tier coaches are not easy to find. A lot of guys who seem promising don't turn out to be as advertised. Keep in mind Rich Rod was very successful at W.V. which is not the easiest place to win...
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