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    M F
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    We would like to open mutual funds with the money grandma gave our children. We feel it would be wise to invest it till they are more responsible and mutual funds is something we are comfortable with.

    If you are a professional or work with mutual funds in any way please note that I'm not looking for professional opinion. We took Dave Ramsey's Financial Freedom classes and I can go to his advisers. I am looking for an advice from common folks who have mutual funds and knowledge about mutual funds. I'm sorry abut this and I don't want to sound mean about it.

    Having sad that, does anyone know of a good mutual fund which they recommend that is between 10-15 yrs in existence, that of course is what Dave Ramsey recommend. Any advice and input on
    how to go about investing is appreciated.

    Thank you,
    Melissa


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    Brandon Skinner
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    You may have to copy and paste that link... I'm not a Verizon REp, but just saw the advertisement

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    Hope this helps if you were still looking,

    Brandon


     



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    Marci
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    Yes! Brandon thank you for this info I will surely check into it. Sometimes I feel overwhelmed with comparing them. There are so many. I e-mailedmy current companyto see if they can help me reduce my bill and of course they haven't replied to that. I will be calling them today. Either they reduce it or they loose us as a customer. Our contract is up with 2 of our phones and one in March.
    Blessings,
    <FONT face="bookman old style, new york, times, serif">M.


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    For those of you who were interested in not having a contract or lowering your wireless bill, this may interest you depending on how much you use your phone.

    This is good for the following customers;

    1) Those who use few minutes or don't use the phone everyday
    2) A person who REALLY doesn't want a contract
    3) One who has bad credit and either isn't approved for a phone or has a high deposit
    4) someone looking for emergency usage.

    http://www.verizonw ireless.com/ b2c/store/ controller? item=prepayItem&action=viewINpulseP lanDetail

    You may have to copy and paste that link... I'm not a Verizon REp, but just saw the advertisement

    Apparently you only pay 99 Cents on the days that you use your phone. So, if you only use your phone 5 times that month, you only pay 5 dollars for the access fee, and then your ten cents a minute.

    They will also let you pay
    1.99 for the access fee on the days you use your phone and this will give you unlimited nights and weekends for free, ten cents a minute otherwise.

    If you are serious about saving money, you will accurately and realistically analyze when you use minutes, and how many minutes you use, and how many days of the month you use them..

    Hope this helps if you were still looking,

    Brandon













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    Lori
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    Start with some top companies and go from there. You really have to assess what's a good fund for yourself. So much depends on your acceptable risk level, what you're trying to do with the investment, when you expect it to be withdrawn, etc. Or try Morningstar, they offer quite a bit of info for free; Lipper, don't know much about their website though, or Forbes. Fidelity, Vanguard, T.Rowe Price are three of the bigger companies. Lori.

    M F <milicaf35@yahoo.com> wrote: <DIV style="FONT-SIZE: 14pt;FONT-FAMILY: times new roman, new york, times, serif;"> We would like to open mutual funds with the money grandma gave our children. We feel it would be wise to invest it till they are more responsible and mutual funds is something we are comfortable with.

    If you are a professional or work with mutual funds in any way please note that I'm not looking for professional opinion. We took Dave Ramsey's Financial Freedom classes and I can go to his advisers. I am looking for an advice from common folks who have mutual funds and knowledge about mutual funds. I'm sorry abut this and I don't want to sound mean about it.

    Having sad that, does anyone know of a good mutual fund which they recommend that is between 10-15 yrs in existence, that of course is what Dave Ramsey recommend. Any advice and input on how to go about investing is appreciated.

    Thank you,
    Melissa




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    Vanguard and T. Rowe Price are two of the best MF families. Make sure you stick to no-load funds.

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