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Old 08-25-2011, 01:03 PM  
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:05 PM   #301
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:08 PM   #302
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:11 PM   #303
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:19 PM   #304
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That gives me an idea, I could go buy a new snowblower now, and sell it to Lumpy in March. BOTH PROBLEMS SOLVED.
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:20 PM   #305
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I've thought about just buying a new one every fall, and selling it every spring. Even if I took a $100 hit on it, it would still be worth it.

And I have a regular mower, lawn tractor, weed eater, blower, chain saw, power washer, and three freaking vehicles. That's enough gas powered machines.
Wanna trade? We've got way more than that, and that doesn't even count the diesel motors, which we have way more of.

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Yeah that's a factor too, they all turn into pieces of crap after 3-4 years. A lot end up with fuel system issues from sitting around unused most of the time. That was the other reason I was thinking about the new one every year, I know the damn thing would work when I needed it to.
Grandpa had a Deere unit from the late 70s/early 80s. It was a snow eating beast and ran like a champ. And grandpa never screwed with fuel even though we rarely used it. It was sold in the estate auction in 2008, and dad missed it. He was pissed.

Anyway, if you get one that isn't a cheap POS, I think it will stay as long as you want.
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:21 PM   #306
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That gives me an idea, I could go buy a new snowblower now, and sell it to Lumpy in March. BOTH PROBLEMS SOLVED.
That's just crazy enough to potato.
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:29 PM   #307
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Wanna trade? We've got way more than that, and that doesn't even count the diesel motors, which we have way more of.



Grandpa had a Deere unit from the late 70s/early 80s. It was a snow eating beast and ran like a champ. And grandpa never screwed with fuel even though we rarely used it. It was sold in the estate auction in 2008, and dad missed it. He was pissed.

Anyway, if you get one that isn't a cheap POS, I think it will stay as long as you want.
Yeah well you have a farm, that's a little different. My uncle has so much shit on his farm I have no idea how he keeps it all running. Guess it helps that he's retired.

It's just hard to justify a snowblower, it's not uncommon for us to have winters where you don't even need one.
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:47 PM   #308
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Yeah well you have a farm, that's a little different. My uncle has so much shit on his farm I have no idea how he keeps it all running. Guess it helps that he's retired.

It's just hard to justify a snowblower, it's not uncommon for us to have winters where you don't even need one.
We have far fewer winters that need it than you do. I think my buddies' paid for itself last year.
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:55 PM   #309
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We have far fewer winters that need it than you do. I think my buddies' paid for itself last year.
Well I'll say this much...they're worth their weight in gold when you need one.
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Old 12-20-2012, 10:06 PM   #310
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I've thought about just buying a new one every fall, and selling it every spring. Even if I took a $100 hit on it, it would still be worth it.

And I have a regular mower, lawn tractor, weed eater, blower, chain saw, power washer, and three freaking vehicles. That's enough gas powered machines.
Does the company that makes your lawn tractor make a snow thrower for it? That's what I have - a snow thrower for the front of my Cub Cadet lawn tractor. That way, you don't have to deal with another machine or fuel issues (just belts, if it's like mine).
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Old 12-27-2012, 04:02 PM   #311
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Time to renew our insurance at work. There are three of us on a group plan. Come to find out, an individual policy for me would cost $300 less (over 50%) per month than they're paying for me on the group plan. One of the attorneys on it could save $900 per month if he goes to an individual plan. The other attorney on it has a wife that has diabetes, and that's what's driving up the cost of our group plan. Of course, he'll be slightly screwed monetarily if we all were to go to individual plans. He's fighting tooth and nail for us to stay on a group plan for one more year, since his wife's pre-existing condition won't matter after the first of the year due to new legislation. In that amount of time, I could personally save approximately $1500 during that time.

They're in there right now trying to hash things out to decide if we want to go to the individual plans. On top of the savings on just my portion, my new plan would include dental and vision. I could very easily decide to go to this individual policy regardless of what they decide. Doing so, however, would mean that they all would since there would no longer be three people on the group plan. Without three people, we can't have a group plan. Are they asking me my opinion on this? No, of course not. It's still an option, though. Do I go with the individual plan regardless, even if it means possibly pissing off one of my bosses?

I guess this is in the rant thread because listening to them talk about it right now is because I'm frustrated. I'm sorry you're losing the $2500 you've already paid to your HSA, but losing $2500 probably doesn't affect you nearly as much as making $1500 more affects me. ASK ME WHAT I THINK!
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Time to renew our insurance at work. There are three of us on a group plan. Come to find out, an individual policy for me would cost $300 less (over 50%) per month than they're paying for me on the group plan. One of the attorneys on it could save $900 per month if he goes to an individual plan. The other attorney on it has a wife that has diabetes, and that's what's driving up the cost of our group plan. Of course, he'll be slightly screwed monetarily if we all were to go to individual plans. He's fighting tooth and nail for us to stay on a group plan for one more year, since his wife's pre-existing condition won't matter after the first of the year due to new legislation. In that amount of time, I could personally save approximately $1500 during that time.

They're in there right now trying to hash things out to decide if we want to go to the individual plans. On top of the savings on just my portion, my new plan would include dental and vision. I could very easily decide to go to this individual policy regardless of what they decide. Doing so, however, would mean that they all would since there would no longer be three people on the group plan. Without three people, we can't have a group plan. Are they asking me my opinion on this? No, of course not. It's still an option, though. Do I go with the individual plan regardless, even if it means possibly pissing off one of my bosses?

I guess this is in the rant thread because listening to them talk about it right now is because I'm frustrated. I'm sorry you're losing the $2500 you've already paid to your HSA, but losing $2500 probably doesn't affect you nearly as much as making $1500 more affects me. ASK ME WHAT I THINK!
You have to do what's best for you. And I don't know your financial situation, but $100+ a month is a lot of money for many. But realistically, how much do you like your job? You're likely going to paint a target on your back by the one attorney.
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Time to renew our insurance at work. There are three of us on a group plan. Come to find out, an individual policy for me would cost $300 less (over 50%) per month than they're paying for me on the group plan. One of the attorneys on it could save $900 per month if he goes to an individual plan. The other attorney on it has a wife that has diabetes, and that's what's driving up the cost of our group plan. Of course, he'll be slightly screwed monetarily if we all were to go to individual plans. He's fighting tooth and nail for us to stay on a group plan for one more year, since his wife's pre-existing condition won't matter after the first of the year due to new legislation. In that amount of time, I could personally save approximately $1500 during that time.

They're in there right now trying to hash things out to decide if we want to go to the individual plans. On top of the savings on just my portion, my new plan would include dental and vision. I could very easily decide to go to this individual policy regardless of what they decide. Doing so, however, would mean that they all would since there would no longer be three people on the group plan. Without three people, we can't have a group plan. Are they asking me my opinion on this? No, of course not. It's still an option, though. Do I go with the individual plan regardless, even if it means possibly pissing off one of my bosses?

I guess this is in the rant thread because listening to them talk about it right now is because I'm frustrated. I'm sorry you're losing the $2500 you've already paid to your HSA, but losing $2500 probably doesn't affect you nearly as much as making $1500 more affects me. ASK ME WHAT I THINK!
I would talk to them about it. They may further subsidize your plan.
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I would talk to them about it. They may further subsidize your plan.
This.

Lay the numbers out in front of them. Inform them of the savings that you're looking at....but you're willing to see what they can do to help you and still keep you on the group plan.
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