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re: Are pillowtop mattresses worth it - TigerFanatic1
I would never buy another one. It didn’t take long for it sink in the areas you occupy. However, this was about 6 years ago, so maybe they’ve improved. ...
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re: Health Insurance Options - TigerFanatic1
I was thinking that non-share types were going to be in the 1200+ range. She’s been paying ~700 for cobra, but the 3 year period is almost over. ...
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Health Insurance Options - TigerFanatic1
I have a relative whom is 60, looking to get health insurance. She is getting quotes of ~$1,350/month. Is this average an average rate? Any advice will be deeply appreciated. ...
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re: 11/21 IST/IBT - TigerFanatic1
Franklin Parish 63* very light wind Lean-to overlooking pasture with feeder .270 Remington 700 First hunt of the season. ...
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re: Credit Card Rewards and Points Discussion - TigerFanatic1
Got it and email sent. ...
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re: Credit Card Rewards and Points Discussion - TigerFanatic1
[quote]Ink Preferred for 80K UR. It is a business card but you can get it no problem even if you dont have a business.[/quote] Can you give me some pointers on getting it?...
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re: Appraisal on house - TigerFanatic1
If the house is several hundred square feet smaller, I would definitely take the appraisal and reevaluate what I would pay for it. If they want more than my perceived value, then walk. If I were buying said house, i would be in the same mindset as you, only because using the previous $ per sq/...
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re: Credit Card Rewards and Points Discussion - TigerFanatic1
I believe my fee was charge within the first month, but I may be mistaken. Keep in mind that your first “travel” purchase, up to $300, is credited back. That dampens the charge quite a bit, down to $150. To me the initial rewards far outweigh the $150. ...
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re: Credit Card Rewards and Points Discussion - TigerFanatic1
Once we decide on an actual trip, I'll probably do more digging toward the airline/hotel points depending on our destination. Value to me is only going to be I can stay at this hotel for x points using the points through chase or y points by transferring them to the hotel rewards. Whichever takes ...
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re: Credit Card Rewards and Points Discussion - TigerFanatic1
[quote]What are you using Reserve for if you don't fly?[/quote] Do you generally get more value from the point transferring them to flights/hotel rewards versus booking through the chase site when they are valued at 1.5? We are waiting on my work assignment to change in January, then we will dec...
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re: Should I refinance my home? - TigerFanatic1
Unless you have an early payoff penalty, I wouldn’t refinance at the same rates. Just pay extra towards the principal each month on your current mortgage. I don’t see any advantage to refinancing at same rates, but shorter term. ...
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re: Credit Card Rewards and Points Discussion - TigerFanatic1
It’s mostly used as a multiplier for points on the Freedoms card. So far the point multiplier has outweighed the annual fee. We will probably use its points for vacation. I’ve had it less than a year so I’ll evaluate its value at the end of each year. ...
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re: Credit Card Rewards and Points Discussion - TigerFanatic1
I rarely fly. Are there any cards that I can transfer points to Sapphire Reserve?...
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re: Credit Card Rewards and Points Discussion - TigerFanatic1
I have the Freedom and Freedom Unlimited to go with the Sapphire Reserve. Freedom offers quarterly 5% cash back categories and the Freedom Unlimited is 1.5% cash back for all purchases; both have no annual fee. The Sapphire Reserve comes into play because you can transfer the Freedom and Freedom Unl...
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re: Credit Card Rewards and Points Discussion - TigerFanatic1
I currently have the Chase Freedom, Chase Freedom Unlimited, and Chase Sapphire Reserve. The Unlimited and CSR Have been open less than a year, so I’m looking to take advantage of a couple more cards. I don’t have a business, so I figured the Ink is out of the question. Looking at milenerd, the ...
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re: Do you tithe? - TigerFanatic1
We do give a tithe of post tax earnings. I truly believe that the tithe is no longer a binding law, but I do feel that some type of giving assists in spreading the word. ...
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re: What if all this "eye candy" is meant for big games? - TigerFanatic1
Long live the secret playbook!!...
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Need advice on a book - TigerFanatic1
Long story short, I've always hated reading. However, my uncle gave me a book, It's Your Ship, and I couldn't put it down. Can you recommend anything similar?...
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re: Laid Back Canada - TigerFanatic1
[quote]SECRET PLAYBOOK BITCHES! [/quote] Thank goodness, I was beginning to think we didn't have one anymore. I've been waiting years for the perfect time to break it out. ...
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re: Zillow Website Property Estimates - TigerFanatic1
Zillow is very inconsistent in my opinion. While they were in the ballpark of some houses we were looking at, they were nearly $50k low on the house we sold for $170k 3 years ago. ...
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