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    only 3% now. Not even worth the bother

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    Quote Originally Posted by ballo View Post
    only 3% now. Not even worth the bother
    Make that 3% discount and no tax. And I can't say it is really any more bother than getting a refill from the PP site...

    It's fine by me if you choose to just throw your money away. Ask your bank how much interest they are paying on your savings account. Heck, ask the Feds how much interest they are paying on T-Bills... (answer: 1.045% on the 91 day maturity T-Bill).

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    Quote Originally Posted by brg View Post
    Make that 3% discount and no tax. And I can't say it is really any more bother than getting a refill from the PP site...

    It's fine by me if you choose to just throw your money away. Ask your bank how much interest they are paying on your savings account. Heck, ask the Feds how much interest they are paying on T-Bills... (answer: 1.045% on the 91 day maturity T-Bill).
    LOL, not sure what interest rates have to do with anything.

    No sales tax in this state.

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