Guess I never understood why some people get so worked up about somebody else chooses to spend their time. And then comes into a thread to constantly complain about it.
Would I spend my time that way? - No. But who am I to judge others.
This recent debt number Will soon look like a bright spot……
What happens when the covid restrictions gets lifted and millions actually have to start paying back student loans.
Oh and that student loan forgiveness is DOA, especially since the mid terms concluded.
You will see that sizable...
Cost doesn’t naturally go down just because you add employees. It comes down to the risk (health status) of the 500 you are adding.
I suspect they went down because they moved from a fully insured plan to a self funded plan when they added the employees. They shifted the risk to themselves and...
Fed report this morning shows 15% increase in household debt vs prior year.
Fastest growth in 20 years. That is saying something given that it exceeded the 2008-2010 time period.
No reason to be concerned, Biden recently said the economy was Strong!
A quick update on this case. She was given a 5 year probation sentence. She had to live at a women’s ”halfway house”. She didn’t even make it six weeks. She cut off her ankle monitor and escaped last night. Search warrant out for her arrest. Judge expected to put back the original 20 year sentence.
Thanks for sharing.
I remember when I was a kid my parents took a mini-vacation in the early 70’s and stayed at the wagon wheel. I never knew where it was. I just remembered the name. They seemed like it was a big deal (we didn’t grow up with tons of money). I had to stay home with grandma.
Your points are valid. The question wasn’t around wealth or discretionary income. You are correct that those can be widely different. It was just specific to annual income. I was curious what the forum defined as “killing it” specific to annual income.
A long time ago (1990) when I was entering the workforce, $100K a year was a milestone. I see posts on here about guys “killing it”. What do you all see as the threshold for making “big money”?
I realize the answer varies greatly depending on where you live. 100K in rural Nebraska might be...