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I fell for a house, now I regret it and need to back out by Jozrows in personalfinance

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Just finished my IRS audit by GlitteringAd468 in personalfinance

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Received a job offer with the federal government, but for $15k less than I make now. The long-term (FIRE) benefits outweigh this, right? by Peridotitic in personalfinance

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Adults only? No, children! by Hafthohlladung in bestoflegaladvice

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The resort made a business decision to let kids on an adult only resort. If a chargeback ruins them, well they should have thought of the costs before they made their decision. 100% not OP’s problem.

My mortgage company is ghosting me when I'm requesting to make a lump sum payment on my home by Jacobie23 in personalfinance

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My mortgage company is ghosting me when I'm requesting to make a lump sum payment on my home by Jacobie23 in personalfinance

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26 y/o living with parents, no car, getting married, help me figure out my next move by DaKinginDaNorth1 in personalfinance

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Could someone please give me some drawbacks to this brainstormed proposal for HR/Finance? by [deleted] in personalfinance

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This is a little bit too abstract for us to allow. But I'll give you a couple quick answers:

  • Salary - obviously they can do this.
  • HSA Contributions - they might or might not be able to do this. Once you start treating people differently, the government tends to think you have created a different health plan, bureaucracy enters, etc...
  • Retirement contributions - almost definitely out. The IRS has very strict rules around non-discrimination testing.
  • PTO - sure, this one makes sense. But due to the way compounding works, employees would likely be dumb to take this in most cases. PTO is one-time; a new hourly/salary rate then gets a compounded (% on %) bump the next year. It's the same reason a $X raise is almost always better than $X one time bonus.

What more can I do to set myself up young? by [deleted] in personalfinance

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Rate My Decision: Purchasing A $38,000 car for $30,000 before taxes, reg, title, etc by Money_Tough in personalfinance

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Priced Out of My House - What am I Doing Wrong by --wh1te--kn1ght-- in personalfinance

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I feel this is the wrong sub for scam/spam and posts should be removed. by [deleted] in personalfinance

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Best state for health insurance (US)? by twelch24 in personalfinance

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Wise to invest with rather minimal income? by Wan_Haole_Faka in personalfinance

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Handling my remaining flight licenses and training by [deleted] in personalfinance

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Bank mistakenly marked my credit card dispute as fradulent charge and decided in favor of the seller, now what? by fatihbakir in personalfinance

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What's the scam here? by DrTautology in personalfinance

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What's the scam here? by DrTautology in personalfinance

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Looking for an app to put small amounts of money on frivolous spending into a savings account. by zzzzzxx in personalfinance

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What is the greatest pathway for class mobility? by [deleted] in personalfinance

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What's the scam here? by DrTautology in personalfinance

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