I am 64 and have about $100K in an IRA (not Roth). Would it be wise for me to start withdrawing some each year so that when it is mandatory that I withdraw the amount won't be so large? I am assuming that when you are mandated to withdraw that the amount is based on your life expectancy. Is that true? What is the best thing for me to do with that IRA?4 AnswersUnited States9 years ago
I have two IRA's. One is a Roth, the other is a traditional. I am 64 years old. I would like to start taking money out of my traditional IRA and put it in a CD or other investment. Is there a minimum or maximum that I can take out per year? Can I roll it into my Roth? Do I have to claim whatever I take out of the traditional IRA on my taxes?2 AnswersPersonal Finance10 years ago
Has anyone ever used "Muzzle" dog pepper spray to protect yourself from dogs? How does it affect the dog?
When walking my dog I sometimes fear another dog attacking mine. Would the Muzzle Pepper Spray be a good way to protect me and my dog?2 AnswersDogs1 decade ago
My 32 year old son lives in Denver. He is profoundly deaf. He works for a printing company. He hired on as a driver. He's a great worker and his boss loves him. He has learned additional duties such as binding, etc.
Here's the thing. He has an AA in computer graphics from Rochester Institute of Technology. He has repeatedly asked his boss if he can do computer graphics. His boss tells him no, because he is deaf and he would need to communicate with the client. He doesn't even let him try.... just says no, because he's deaf.
Is that an ADA case?5 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 decade ago
Has anyone tried the ear drops for tinnitus??? I see them advertised sometimes and just wonder if they help.?
Or do you know ANYTHING that helps??2 AnswersOther - Health1 decade ago
I wiped it up very quickly, but I could still see it, so I used just a tiny bit of polish remover. Now it's dull where I used the remover. Any suggestions?3 AnswersCleaning & Laundry1 decade ago
My current Will lists a specific property address for my home. I am enjoying a second marriage :) and all of the down payment for our home came from my home when I was single. Therefore, I want that to go to my children... not my spouse's children when we are gone. Does the Will need to be changed each time we move? or will it just be assumed that the "home" shall be distributed as in the current Will?3 AnswersRenting & Real Estate1 decade ago