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Re: The funny / strange etc. pictures thread http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/65140012_442184034.jpg
A vehicle carrying a family with two small children, along with their father and grandmother were driving along Rechov Pines in the Zichron Moshe neighborhood of the city, when a construction tractor carrying a huge load, overturned on top of their vehicle crushing the car.

Hatzolah members, police and rescue personnel who feared the worst as they raced to the scene, were simply stunned when they arrived and found the entire family standing outside the vehicle by the time they arrived.They were not treated for any injuries whatsoever.[/b][/i]

December 06, 2011, 03:15:23 PM
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Re: BOGO Tuition Scam Posted on Hefkervelt:

it is amazing how desperate ppl are for any sort of relief or chance to make money. As a school director, I went to the advertised storefront to see what's going on after getting no information on the website or phone. I found an empty rented storefront with a yungerman sitting on a plastic chair taking money from yungerliet and writing it down in a notebook. I was appalled that these people were lining up to give this guy money without any information ,receipt, or other verification. The erlicher person taking the money had no information to offer other than he was paid to sit there and take money and that the person in charge maybe will be coming later. Why are people giving this fellow money? This is the smart jewish mind?



September 04, 2016, 06:16:07 PM
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Re: SBA PPP and EIDL Small Business Loans (some money is forgivable) I had luck on Friday calling 888-313-4078. Got through to rep after 5 mins of hold time who actually was able to help. It may help to commiserate with them. They are overwhelmed and the agent said he got plenty of verbal abuse from other callers.
May 11, 2020, 03:46:14 PM
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Re: Lakewood NJ Master Thread
Thanks!
Yitz Frank mentioned that the USDA waiver is until August 23. It seems to be a money-maker for the schools so they will likely keep it going as long as they can.

June 24, 2020, 03:29:25 PM
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Re: Yeshiva Beth Yehuda Dinner Gary Torgow is the president of the school and is quite influential.
October 18, 2020, 06:36:21 PM
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Re: Track down Talis & Tefillin owner Also, there are some eagle-eyed Sofrim that can analyze the ksav and batim and figure out who wrote them, where they were purchased, etc.
March 18, 2021, 12:48:32 PM
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Re: Track down Talis & Tefillin owner There is an organization in Israel called Machon Pe'er which has a Tefillin lost/found database.
They were helpful in tracking down the owner of a Talis/Teffilin I found on an Egged bus many years ago.

March 18, 2021, 01:25:28 PM
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Re: Help with online Traditional IRA account
Have a few quick questions about a ROTH IRA. Not traditional. If me and my wife both earned money this year, can I open up 2 Roth accounts and put 6k in each account for a total of 12k, or is it limited to family/couple?
Its 6K per person.

2nd of all - Iím not sure how I want to invest the money. Can I transfer the money now to the Roth account, and decide in which stock/mutual fund/etf I wanna invest at a later date (after may 17 this year) meaning as long as the money is in the brokerage account before the tax deadline but not invested is that ok to qualify for the 2020 tax year?
Correct. Once its in the Roth you may invest it whenever you wish.

Third of all - can I take out my contributions tax free and penalty free AT ANY TIME??
In general, you can withdraw your Roth IRA contributions at any time. But you can only pull the earnings out of a Roth IRA after age 59 1/2 and after owning the account for at least five years. Withdrawing that money earlier can trigger taxes and an 10% early withdrawal penalty. However, there are several exceptions :
You're withdrawing up to $10,000 to buy your first home.

You're withdrawing up to $5,000 in the year after the birth or adoption of your child.

The withdrawal is for qualified education expenses.

The withdrawal is for unreimbursed medical expenses in excess of 7.5% of your adjusted gross income for the year.

The withdrawal is for health insurance premiums while you're unemployed.

The withdrawal is due to disability.

The withdrawal is made to a beneficiary or your estate after your death.

You decide to take substantially equal payments, which basically locks you into taking at least one distribution per year for at least five years or until you turn 59Ĺ, whichever comes last.

The withdrawal is due to an IRS levy.


thanks

April 06, 2021, 11:10:30 PM
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