• How should I respond when my boss put a folder on my desk & says here's the folder from John Smith & quickly walks away. And I have no idea?

    Best answer: You should respond the way you responded last time, but without anger in your voice if you want to keep your job.
    Best answer: You should respond the way you responded last time, but without anger in your voice if you want to keep your job.
    11 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 22 hours ago
  • I got packages left at my door today that I didn t purchase.?

    So, today I received several packages that I didn t order them so I called up the company listed on the packing slip to let them know and to arrange to ship them back. They told me that they are paid for and everything was in my name. I insisted that I did not place this order but they kept telling me everything is... show more
    So, today I received several packages that I didn t order them so I called up the company listed on the packing slip to let them know and to arrange to ship them back. They told me that they are paid for and everything was in my name. I insisted that I did not place this order but they kept telling me everything is paid for so keep it. Now these were quite a few very expensive computer components and I m worried that if I keep them I ll be arrested or something but they won t take them back. What do I do, should I contact the police or just keep everything?
    12 answers · Other - Business & Finance · 2 days ago
  • Worried about my future?

    The older I get the more I worry about my future. I've no pension, no health insurance, no life assurance. I can't afford it, it's that simple. I work, but the job doesn't pay enough. I've been looking for another job, but have had no success. I've applied to many different recruitment... show more
    The older I get the more I worry about my future. I've no pension, no health insurance, no life assurance. I can't afford it, it's that simple. I work, but the job doesn't pay enough. I've been looking for another job, but have had no success. I've applied to many different recruitment agencies, applied to jobs myself. I've had the odd interviews, but nothing. I've gone to the employment office and asked what else can I do. I have a college degree, I have up to date computer skills, I have experience in office work. Mostly back office admin. I apply to jobs that I feel would be suitable. Nothings happening. I've registered with different job sites etc. I'm fed up trying and getting nowhere. I can't afford to move abroad. I've no social life as I can't afford one. I'm so lonely and isolated. I'm stuck living with my parents because I can't afford to move out. When my parents pass away I'll have nowhere to live. Even living with strangers I still wouldn't be able to afford the rent/bills.Things could be worse, but they could be better. What am I going to do? Any advice
    8 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 21 hours ago
  • Any benefit to convert a traditional IRA to ROTH for 80 yo with 1M$ balance?

    Best answer: If you convert to a Roth, you pay income tax on the ENTIRE balance this year. The primary benefit to converting is that there is not tax on FUTURE earnings in the account. At age 80, it is significantly less likely those earnings will be sufficient to make up for the immediate taxes. If you were 20 or 30, I would... show more
    Best answer: If you convert to a Roth, you pay income tax on the ENTIRE balance this year. The primary benefit to converting is that there is not tax on FUTURE earnings in the account. At age 80, it is significantly less likely those earnings will be sufficient to make up for the immediate taxes.
    If you were 20 or 30, I would say make the conversion. At 80, you are probably just as well off keeping the plan you have.
    6 answers · Personal Finance · 15 hours ago
  • Tenant's deposit?

    My tenant just moved out of my property which I rented for $1550 a month, and a $1550 security deposit. When they moved out they didnt clean anything. The kitchen was greasy, tiles on first floor was dirty, and grouts were all dark and black(originally white). They broke 2 vertical blinds on the kitchen and living... show more
    My tenant just moved out of my property which I rented for $1550 a month, and a $1550 security deposit. When they moved out they didnt clean anything. The kitchen was greasy, tiles on first floor was dirty, and grouts were all dark and black(originally white). They broke 2 vertical blinds on the kitchen and living room, and horrizontal blinds on 3 bedrooms. They also installed ceiling fans and switches on 3 bedrooms when they moved in. And then took all 3 fans and the switches. Leaving all wires on the wall and ceiling exposed on all 3 bedrooms (there were no wires on ceiling prior to moving in) there were holes which they made for hanging pictures and curtains. And some paints on wall were peeling off and scratched. I told them I'd give them $550 back from the $1550 deposit. Now they threaten me that they will go to court and hire attorney, thinking I took too much from deposit
    14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 7 hours ago
  • I live in North Carolina and went to pay my landlord rent in cash this morning as I have done for the last six months and she refused it?

    Can my landlord refuse my cash and tell me I have to use a debit card without notice a friend told me that since rent was refused this month i shouldn’t have to pay this month can someone tell me if this is true
    Can my landlord refuse my cash and tell me I have to use a debit card without notice a friend told me that since rent was refused this month i shouldn’t have to pay this month can someone tell me if this is true
    19 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • I lost my job and am losing my mind?

    I’m 20 years old and have no money in my bank account. I was just fired from my job and can’t pay my rent, can’t afford to eat, and I’m now $3000 in debt. My car will probably be repossessed in the next month. My rent is paid for this month but I put it on a credit card and obviously can’t afford to pay the credit... show more
    I’m 20 years old and have no money in my bank account. I was just fired from my job and can’t pay my rent, can’t afford to eat, and I’m now $3000 in debt. My car will probably be repossessed in the next month. My rent is paid for this month but I put it on a credit card and obviously can’t afford to pay the credit card. I feel depressed too and like I am stuck in a rut. I’ve never been a depressed person until now. So I’ll probably end up homeless until I find another job and no my parents will not help me out. Has anyone else struggled like I have? How do I survive without food and shelter?
    77 answers · Personal Finance · 5 days ago
  • How long can I stay after landlord send me an eviction notice?

    My lease is due end of this month. My landlord wants me to sign a new lease. I don't wantto sign it because I bought a house and ready to move in, in 3 months from now. Ther landlord is not giving me the option to pay month to month for the next few months. What's the consequences of I stay and not sign... show more
    My lease is due end of this month. My landlord wants me to sign a new lease. I don't wantto sign it because I bought a house and ready to move in, in 3 months from now. Ther landlord is not giving me the option to pay month to month for the next few months. What's the consequences of I stay and not sign lease. He probably goingto send me an eviction notice. How much time can i stall? Do u still have to pay rent after the eviction notice?
    18 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • I inherited my mom s house in PA. My neighbor wants to buy it as an investment property. Do I need a real estate agent?

    If we can agree on a sales price, can not use a real estate agent (and avoid paying commission) and hire a real estate attorney to handle all aspects of the transactions?
    If we can agree on a sales price, can not use a real estate agent (and avoid paying commission) and hire a real estate attorney to handle all aspects of the transactions?
    13 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 13 hours ago
  • How much money do you need to livr off the stock market?

    If i live in the cheapest place in the us, what would be money i need to retire of off putting my money in the stoxk market?
    If i live in the cheapest place in the us, what would be money i need to retire of off putting my money in the stoxk market?
    16 answers · Investing · 1 day ago
  • Can I break a lease in Texas if the apartment isn’t what was expected?

    My roommate and I were shown a model apartment before signing a one year lease. The problem is that the actual apartment looks nothing like the model we were shown. The apt is smaller, there’s no carpet in the bedrooms, the dishwasher is outdated and it looks like whoever lived there before didn’t take care of it.... show more
    My roommate and I were shown a model apartment before signing a one year lease. The problem is that the actual apartment looks nothing like the model we were shown. The apt is smaller, there’s no carpet in the bedrooms, the dishwasher is outdated and it looks like whoever lived there before didn’t take care of it. Is there any to get out of this lease for this reason?
    16 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • How do you get a job at marshalls?

    I applied in person but didn't get a call back for an interview I have 6months work experience
    I applied in person but didn't get a call back for an interview I have 6months work experience
    7 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
  • How do i get more money?

    how do i earn 5,000 dollars in a week when im 13? My parents only give me 1,000 dollars a week and i need more money for shopping. What can i do to get more money or conivnce my parents to give me more money?
    how do i earn 5,000 dollars in a week when im 13? My parents only give me 1,000 dollars a week and i need more money for shopping. What can i do to get more money or conivnce my parents to give me more money?
    10 answers · Personal Finance · 5 hours ago
  • Am I just being an ungrateful biarch or do I have good reason to be angry ?

    Best answer: You and your husband spent a long and lots of time with the architect drawing up the plans to your new house you and your husband want to build. You spent a lot of money in having these plans put to paper and drawing the house to scale. Your apprehension about the size of the house should have been verbalized,... show more
    Best answer: You and your husband spent a long and lots of time with the architect drawing up the plans to your new house you and your husband want to build. You spent a lot of money in having these plans put to paper and drawing the house to scale.

    Your apprehension about the size of the house should have been verbalized, during the time frame you and your husband was speaking with the architect. There was sufficient time to make your desires known at this time.You failed to verbalize your fears at the time you and your husband was finalizing the drawing of your house you want to build.

    This is normally called buyer's remorse. Once you have made a decision on large items you would purchase, doubts will enter your mind about your decision, the cost of the item, the number of years you would be required to pay for this item and other doubts you might imagine. This is common, you are not the only one that have these feelings. Normally when individuals make this type of decision that require huge amounts of money or obligation to pay a debt this size, they go temporarily insane.

    You are not in need of a mental health specialist, you are a normal person, that is going through what others have gone through.

    Your husband is correct the decision has been made. You have invested a lot of money into this project, that you would waste,by changing your mind. Once a decision has been made, you would want to follow through with your decision. You do not want to make this a trait for each item you purchase.

    What has changed financially. since you have had the plans drawn up for the building of your house. This would be a reason for adjusting your plans. Nothing have changed financially.

    Most individuals that purchase homes have a 20- or 30 year mortgage, this is not uncommon. By the time you are considering retiring you should have paid the mortgage off or be close, if you have not refinanced your mortgage. This is an excellent plan.

    Normally if a house has been valued at $300,000 before it has been build, the value of the house would be of a higher value, once built.

    Get over this feeling, you and your husband have made a great decision about the purchase of your house and your financial future,

    Your decision you would have to make now is the purchase of new furniture for your new house and the decoration. This will be the fun part, a woman with money shopping. Sort of like paradise.

    I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck/

    "FIGHT ON"
    18 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • Do i need to move out when my lease ends and I do not agree to sign a new lease?

    I live in Massachusetts. My lease ends on July 31st. The landlord today ask if I want to renew the lease. He is not allowing me to do month to month. I just started the process of buying a house. After renovation, I should be able to move in 4 months from now. I have a child age 13. What can I do? I don't... show more
    I live in Massachusetts. My lease ends on July 31st. The landlord today ask if I want to renew the lease. He is not allowing me to do month to month. I just started the process of buying a house. After renovation, I should be able to move in 4 months from now. I have a child age 13. What can I do? I don't want to sign the new lease. I just need to stay about 3 more months after my lease ends. How long can I stay for before he can legally kick me out? I'm still willing to pay the rent for the time I'm staying. But the landlord is only giving me the option to sign and stay or pack and leave.
    11 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 8 hours ago
  • Quit or ask for a raise and/or ask for a promotion?

    I work at a restaurant(Bob Evans) and am employed currently as a dishwasher, I've had this position about a year and a half and am still making minimum wage, my job morale has slowly diminished to the point where I don't even want to work and when I do my job performance is extremely sluggish, I'd be... show more
    I work at a restaurant(Bob Evans) and am employed currently as a dishwasher, I've had this position about a year and a half and am still making minimum wage, my job morale has slowly diminished to the point where I don't even want to work and when I do my job performance is extremely sluggish, I'd be behind, I'd be more lazy compared to what I used to be, I'd start taking a lot of vacation days(especially on the weekends, the days I know I hate working the most). My sluggishness would be tripled on days where we're already backed way up on like holidays and such. Handling management has been a chore(I used to like all but one manager, now I only like one). Do you think a raise and/or promotion might help or that it might be time to get a new job?
    10 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 12 hours ago
  • How can you continue buying houses to rent out?

    I'm 25, and I'm wanting out of the paycheck to paycheck lifestyle. I need help understand how you can get multiple properties to rent out? From my understanding banks dont just hand out money over and over. I am a homeowner of a 140k$ house, I am thinking about renting out to maybe get another. But If I am... show more
    I'm 25, and I'm wanting out of the paycheck to paycheck lifestyle. I need help understand how you can get multiple properties to rent out? From my understanding banks dont just hand out money over and over. I am a homeowner of a 140k$ house, I am thinking about renting out to maybe get another. But If I am working hourly at the moment how will I get another house when im technically 130k+ in dept from my home. Lets say I have 5 houses. at 100k each Now im 500k in dept, even though i might be makin a profit every month from renters, it isnt gauranteed money, the tenant can leave at any given moment. So how is it people obtain 100's even 1000's of houses?
    14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 3 days ago