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  • Date: 1/15/19 5:43 PM
  • Number: 905530
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I am so thankful that neither my wife nor I drink alcohol. That stuff is expensive!


Actually pretty cheap to make yourself, if you’re so inclined. A beer brewing kit is not that expensive, and I have a pal who’s gotten into
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  • Date: 1/15/19 1:25 PM
  • Number: 905507
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As for some people mentioning hiding hot plates not allowed by the college, as a parent I didn't think it was a good message for me to advise my kids that breaking rules are okay.


Most colleges require that you sign a
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  • Date: 1/15/19 7:54 AM
  • Number: 905484
  • Recommendations: 2

Those rotisserie chickens (or the packages of hot fried chicken) are often in grocery stores and would be cheaper and better than a cheese sandwich!


Not everyone goes to college in an urban or suburban area where groceries
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  • Date: 1/8/19 4:30 PM
  • Number: 91467
  • Recommendations: 1
Sorry about the formatting—let’s try again!!


And if you have left a 401(k) at another employer, you still can’t access that money until 59 1/2 (unless you roll over to current employer before you quit current employer).
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  • Date: 1/8/19 4:27 PM
  • Number: 91466
  • Recommendations: 0


And if you have left a 401(k) at another employer, you still can’t access that money until 59 1/2 (unless you roll over to current employer before you quit current employer). 



I know of no rule that you can't retire at 55, 

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  • Date: 1/8/19 3:59 PM
  • Number: 905419
  • Recommendations: 1

Lots of Ball canning jars being put back in service for various storage tasks in the kitchen.


I pack breakfasts and lunches in these. Great for prep stuff—buy bulk yogurt and do up in jars for the week (actually will go 2
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  • Date: 1/7/19 7:38 AM
  • Number: 91452
  • Recommendations: 2
And to clarify one more thing: the age 55 thing is “the year in which you turn 55.”

I turn 55 in October 2019. I could actually access my 401k if I quit today (January 2019) because it’s the year I turn 55. If I had quit in December 2018, I
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  • Date: 1/7/19 7:33 AM
  • Number: 91451
  • Recommendations: 4
The caveat to the age 55 one is that it has to be from your current employer’s 401(k) and starting the year you leave.

IOW, if you quit at age 54, you can’t start accessing it at age 55. And if you have left a 401(k) at another employer,
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  • Date: 1/6/19 8:45 AM
  • Number: 905378
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Same for most of the Washington Post (Compost). They've gone way downhill since their glory days 50 years ago of actually doing investigative journalism. Now they just spout the dem talking points.

So you subscribe? Because I do
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  • Date: 1/4/19 6:22 PM
  • Number: 905362
  • Recommendations: 3
I see no issue with dumpster diving. I am curious, however about the details of having used contact lenses she found dumpster diving. Still in the package? Happened to be her Rx?
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