Q: does folding kids sock inside each other stretch them out?
A: Yes, but not enough to matter unless you’re planning on using socks through multiple kids.
Q: what role do ethics play in market efficiency
Q: is a mortgage a wadte
A: No. As best as we can tell wadte is a Dakota conjugation of the verb “to love.” Most of us do not love our mortgages.
Q: Should I prepay mortgage with 457?
A: Probably not. Retirement saving is important, and paying penalties to access retirement funds is seldom a good idea. But it depends on the circumstances. If you’re old enough to be drawing down retirement accounts without penalty, go ahead. If you’re in a situation in which you are leaving state employment, you can tap into those 457 funds without penalty. Whether or not you should depends on how on-track you are for retirement and why you want to prepay the mortgage. For example, if you’ve lost your job, have decent other retirement savings, and your house is underwater but you can refinance to a much lower rate with some prepayment (and are not planning on foreclosing ever), then pulling from your 457 might be a reasonable thing to do.
Q: house paid off so another morgage?
Q: what did i instead of going to graduate school
A: If you’re like our friends, you moved to the Bay Area, got involved in a Start-up, and made tonnes of money so now you’re financially independent and living the good life. We’re not bitter, no.
Q: why association has more authority after my house if paid off
A: Because you no longer have a big bank to protect you from them.
Q: can professors teach summer classes for extra salary
A: Often, yes they can.
Q: how to cut down nasty comments on wordpress.com
A: With the loving mallet of correction a la Scalzi? (Or you know, just deleting them or not fishing them out of the spam filter.)
Q: pay off mortgage or buy another house
A: If you have to ask this question, then go for paying off the mortgage. Only buy another house if you have a really good reason to and know what you’re getting into.