Im still a college student and I don't have a legit job yet. I babysit here and there to pay off few bills and don't pay taxes cuz I don't make much. a few years ago I worked at a movie theater for 3 months. so thats the only time I payed taxes. but now since I'm moving out of my parents place I...
demand I pay the full amount at once. If I have a mortgage with a set time like 30 years, could banks demand I pay it all at once if my credit score drops below a certain point. I was watching youtube videos and people said banks do this sometimes
My friend/co worker started offering me a ride home because my house is on her way home. She literally passes my street to get home.
I don't get rides with her every day, however. I want to compensate her for something, but I can't think of something fair for the both of us.
A part of me is like...
I just had a death in the family and found out that I will inherit 2.5 million dollars. What the hell do I do with that much money? I'm not rich, I make 40k a year. Obviously I will hire a financial advisor, but what would you do with it?
Go to any bank. Bring your ID with you. Tell them you want to open a savings account. They will walk you through it from there.
I was just wondering when you can trade a vehicle, I’ve geen told anytime. Also been told, after a year etc… so when can you trade one in? And if you have to stay with the same dealer like ford to Chevy
I don't have a bank account and the bank that issued it does not cash checks over $2500 from non customers. I can't open bank account at the moment.
At $25 per week, you'll have enough to buy a house in about 100 years.
The best thing you can do right now is work on increasing your salary. Work hard, take classes, get involved in other aspects of your business, until you are qualified for a higher-paying position.
Your teacher is WRONG. At 17, when your parents are responsible for your care and upbringing, you don't need to spend money, or much. Save it for college. Further, it is none of your teacher's business.
No. You have no credit, etc. You could not have a proper job if you have no SSN. And $65/month is far too little to repay $1000 with interest tacked on if you could qualify for credit. You will have to save up the $1000 before you can make the purchase.
No, it does not mean either of those things. It means the total of everything they own (stocks, bonds, money in the bank, etc.) minus everything they owe (mortgage, credit card balances, student loans, etc.)
You should have a will. What about your personal possessions, family photos, household things, whatever you might own? Some things you might want to leave to your heirs cannot really be sold to pay off your debts. Make a will.
So i'm currently 19 living with my parents and in 2nd year university studying electrical engineering (full time). I also work part time at TD making $21 an hour plus commissions. I make about 2k or so every month and manage to save 90 percent of it. So far I have managed to save about $30000 where 8k are in...