Originally Posted by rightkindofme
I asked my husband because he's a numbers guy. He said that some of the benefit depends on your overall tax situation, but if you are well above the poverty line but not...
Originally Posted by mightymoo
I would pay the RV. It's higher interest, and even though you are asking close to the loan amount, if you don't get quite the amount you owe, if you sell for less, you'd have to...
OK, here is the situation:
Loan #1 RV
Simple Interest, 15 year loan
10 years left
Interest rate: 6.5%
Principal remaining: $21,377
**Loan interest is written of federal taxes
No prepayment penalty
RV is FOR SALE
This sounds like what I need to do, however, I'm not up for the challenge this month We're trying to get a better handle on cooking/eating out this month (from a finance perspective).
Good luck -- I would certainly be happy to read...
Somehow, I missed this thread for May! We've been focusing a lot outdoors (decluttering the yard ) but did manage to get a lot done inside as well:
-- DD1 and I went through her toys and made three piles: keep, save for DD2, and...
Originally Posted by frostysarah
... We just started asking "Is anyone watching this? Do you mind if we turn it off?" And they say yes. I will admit I'm pretty much putting them on the spot (I mean,...
Originally Posted by karne
Is there a difference between cork and cork laminate flooring? I had a sample of the cork laminate (lock together planks) that I loved. Anyone know about these?
Originally Posted by adoremybabe
We got one from our power company for free. They just have to call and ask us a few questions every once in a while. It is called Blueline Innovation. It's great to know how much...