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re: What are the home loan interest rates looking like right now? - iknowmorethanyou
[quote]5.0%[/quote Still an historical bargain....
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re: A/C help - iknowmorethanyou
[quote]lake house[/quote] Toledo Bend trailer...
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re: Flake gonna flake? - iknowmorethanyou
Nope, just sit back and enjoy the ride....
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re: Patriot trade possibilities? - iknowmorethanyou
With 4 dudes waiting for him in the backfield on half those snaps....
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re: LSU +3.3 ML....I'm in - iknowmorethanyou
At least parlay with a couple other games and get a $500 payout going....
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re: Taking a Shot - Where to Watch - iknowmorethanyou
Enjoy Italy....
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re: Zillow House value is trending down wth - iknowmorethanyou
zillow;dr...
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re: WTB 2-4 LSU Miami tickets from realistic seller - iknowmorethanyou
I'll take "Threads a poor person would start" for $800, Alex....
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re: Who are the most down-voted posters? - iknowmorethanyou
King of new orleans has gotta be Top 10....
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re: IUL Life Insurance used as retirement - iknowmorethanyou
Chances are your term policy at work is rated in 5 year bands. Meaning every 5 years the price will increase. Not necessarily noticeably, until you hit your 50s. I would look into level term outside of my employment if I were you. Premium will be comparable and fixed rather than increasing....
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re: IUL Life Insurance used as retirement - iknowmorethanyou
The 6% figure is a maximum variable loan rate. The load is a deduction of your premium up front. The variable loan rate is a charge against your cash value as you potentially borrow money in retirement. The idea is that the net perfromance of the index will outpace 6%, thus creating positive ar...
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re: IUL Life Insurance used as retirement - iknowmorethanyou
Load is equivalent to a sales charge. If your premium is $100 monthly, only $92.50 is being contributed to the pot....
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re: IUL Life Insurance used as retirement - iknowmorethanyou
I've represented Midland for 20 years. I am a broker. The company is fine. They are an industry leader in this space so that's a plus. Just make sure your agent isn't selling you too much life insurance. Buy the bulk of your life insurance on a term chassis. Heavy on the cash funding and lig...
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re: Miami O-Line Struggled during spring - iknowmorethanyou
A bit surprised to see 15% of Miami's fans represented in this thread....
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re: 457 vs 403b - iknowmorethanyou
Can usually take a 72(t) withdrawal to avoid the 10% penalty. The downside is it may not provide enough cash flow....
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re: Name some things to do tonight around Lafayette? - iknowmorethanyou
Know the owner of Miami Moon. Have an upvote....
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re: What does it mean for someone to currently have a trust for you for when they pass away? - iknowmorethanyou
Well I'm officially peanut butter and jealous. My in-laws have been funding the Coushatta tribe's alcoholism for the past 4 decades. No trust for my wife. I hope this pans out for y'all. Your financial struggles have been well chronicled on here....
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re: Distribution at Death Options - Annuity - iknowmorethanyou
Hopefully he didn't own the annuity very long or stripped most of the gain already. Either way sorry for your loss. Doesn't appear to be a significant taxable event....
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re: Financing car purchase using home equity - iknowmorethanyou
When 84 months isn't long enough to afford that Yukon XL, let's go 180 months....
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