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‘The 401(k) industry owns Congress’: How lawmakers quietly passed a $300 billion windfall to the wealthy
  • If you work for a company that has a 401k then you need to sign up for it. If the company has a match percentage then that is the absolute minimum you should contribute. And when you are younger you should set it up as a Roth so you pay taxes on it now.

    This isn't a thing you should do at a certain age. The younger you start the better. The money just comes out of your paycheck, same as taxes.

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  • The big difference in the models are the landing gears. In A New Hope there are only three. After that, there are five.

    I don't know about the missing hallway, but now I'm curious.

  • PlayStation To Delete A Ton Of TV Shows Users Already Paid For
  • This is the Playstation TOS.

    This is the definition of buy.

    Expecting a normal person to read this entire document and realize that they changed the definition of buy about 3/4s of the way down from the dictionary definition is completely unreasonable. Read the entire TOS and list all the gotchas, without knowing which ones they are going to pull, then tell me what makes sense.

  • PlayStation To Delete A Ton Of TV Shows Users Already Paid For
  • It's not realistic to expect the average user to read and/or understand the TOS when making a purchase like this. The button that you click says buy, not rent until we decide your rental period is over. Shouldn't matter if it's stated in the TOS somewhere.

    As far as not spending money on bad platforms, thats what this community is about. All the platforms are proving that they are bad.

  • PlayStation To Delete A Ton Of TV Shows Users Already Paid For
  • I blame Discovery too, but you're right that Sony is to blame. They have an army of lawyers to go over the terms of the agreements. The buyers don't. When I push the button that says buy, that should mean I own it. Not that I'm renting it for some unspecified period of time.