• How do i tell my mother i quit my job?

    Best answer: Stress that it was making you tired for schooolwork, and you were afraid your grades were slipping.
    Best answer: Stress that it was making you tired for schooolwork, and you were afraid your grades were slipping.
    8 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
  • How do i tell my mom that i quit my job?

    So I ve been working at CiCi s Pizza for only 4 days and on the 4th day, i just couldnt be there anymore and left thru the back door. It was giving me so much stress and i would have to stay till the store closed and clean lots of stuff and i would just be so tired in school. So how do i tell my mom i quit my job.... show more
    So I ve been working at CiCi s Pizza for only 4 days and on the 4th day, i just couldnt be there anymore and left thru the back door. It was giving me so much stress and i would have to stay till the store closed and clean lots of stuff and i would just be so tired in school. So how do i tell my mom i quit my job. I know she s not gonna be mad at me, maybe dissapointed in me, but how do i tell her i just quit by leaving and not telling the manager? Ps- I m a 17 year old girl and it was my first job.
    7 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 3 days ago
  • I make $6000 a month after taxes yet I'm always broke?

    Best answer: Get a small spiral notebook and keep it with you, and for a month write down every cent you spend. At the end of th month, go over it and see where the money goes. AA financial [lanner helps you invest your money and plan for future needs. Not going to help you with your problem.
    Best answer: Get a small spiral notebook and keep it with you, and for a month write down every cent you spend. At the end of th month, go over it and see where the money goes. AA financial [lanner helps you invest your money and plan for future needs. Not going to help you with your problem.
    7 answers · Financial Services · 3 days ago
  • Should it become illegal to purchase a new house without purchasing home insurance against fire and theft?

    Surely people that own their own homes or want to buy a home need to purchase insurance just like they need to purchase car insurance. How are the insurance company's going to cover the claims of good intelligent people that choose to insure their items when not everyone is putting in to the kitty? Everyone... show more
    Surely people that own their own homes or want to buy a home need to purchase insurance just like they need to purchase car insurance. How are the insurance company's going to cover the claims of good intelligent people that choose to insure their items when not everyone is putting in to the kitty? Everyone needs to be putting in their share imao
    10 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 4 days ago
  • Refinance question?

    Best answer: This is normally the reason a person would refinance their house to consolidate credit debts. Yes this is something that can be done. You would need to be qualified and have the correct debt ratio, the credit score that would allow you to get a low interest rate. Speak to a mortgage loan office. This person would... show more
    Best answer: This is normally the reason a person would refinance their house to consolidate credit debts. Yes this is something that can be done.

    You would need to be qualified and have the correct debt ratio, the credit score that would allow you to get a low interest rate.

    Speak to a mortgage loan office. This person would explain debt ratio to you and obtain your credit report to find out your credit score.

    In doing this you would normally reduce your monthly debt payments. A smart person would use this reduced monthly debt and place a certain percentage in savings.

    In the refinance of your house,normally a mortgage lender would allow you to refinance your house at 80% of the appraised value.

    If your value of $400k hold true you would be t refinance, your mortgage loan amount would be $320K. You
    would be able to do as you want, pay off your existing 1st mortgage of $240K, your home equity mortgage of $30K and the debts of about $25K.

    You would have see if and how much this would lower your monthly payments to these debts.

    The key to this would be your ability to not run up your debt again and be in a position where you would be required to refinance for the same reason 3 or 4 years from now.

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

    "FIGHT ON"
    6 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • Landlord is asking us to pay our last unpaid rent, refuses to give back the deposit.?

    The title might be misleading, but here goes. We have a security deposit. From what I know, the security deposit could be used by the landlord if the tenants failed to pay electricity, and restorations. Since we have unpaid bills (only electricity), and there are renovations needed, should the landlord ask us for... show more
    The title might be misleading, but here goes. We have a security deposit. From what I know, the security deposit could be used by the landlord if the tenants failed to pay electricity, and restorations. Since we have unpaid bills (only electricity), and there are renovations needed, should the landlord ask us for more money if the security deposit isn't sufficient, or we could only cover the security deposit, and the extra cost will be on the landlord's part? for example. the security deposit is 800, the unpaid bill is 300. the renovation is 700. should we pay the 200 cost? or is it on the landlord's part?
    17 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 9 hours ago
  • Why can't my house sell?

    All the feedback in getting is the price is right and they love the house but it's just too small. Had 20 showings in 3 weeks and no offers. How can I make my house sell when everyone's concern is the size? How long before a house on the market typically sells?
    All the feedback in getting is the price is right and they love the house but it's just too small. Had 20 showings in 3 weeks and no offers. How can I make my house sell when everyone's concern is the size? How long before a house on the market typically sells?
    36 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • Submitting a offer on a house after initial offer was rejected...?

    My husband and I are house hunting. It is a seller's market in our area. Houses that are in good condition and priced right are going like hot cakes (within a day or two). We made an offer on a home that is overpriced and has been sitting for 50 days. In a regular market that might not seem like a long time,... show more
    My husband and I are house hunting. It is a seller's market in our area. Houses that are in good condition and priced right are going like hot cakes (within a day or two). We made an offer on a home that is overpriced and has been sitting for 50 days. In a regular market that might not seem like a long time, but in this market I think that it is. House is priced at 219,995. Older owners. We offered 190,000 with the intention of going to 195,00. I know--lowball. If the house were in perfect condition, it would probably go for 210/215, but this home is "tired." It need a new roof (1989), furnace (20 years old), probably AC (15 years old), and some aesthetic updates. The owners are older and have already purchased a home in the south. However, they have owned this home for 45 years. That's a LONG time to form a serious attachment. Clearly I am dwelling on this house. We do NOT want to overpay for it of course, especially with the age of the roof. However, they didn't even counter offer on our 190k offer. They have had 2 open houses and from what I understand, our offer was their first. We have of course continued to look. Inventory is extremely low right now, making it even more difficult to let this go. If we submitted a new offer at 195,000, I am fairly certain they wouldn't counter. In a way, I'm answering my own question. The route of writing an offer letter is probably not the best idea because numbers outweigh emotions I'm guessing. Thoughts?
    16 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 5 hours ago
  • I hate muslims?

    14 answers · Corporations · 11 hours ago
  • I move out of the apartments I am living in on May 31st. I was sent a bill for june the office worker said I will also be billed for june.?

    How will I be billed for june and July if I move out on may 31st? Is there something wrong with this picture.
    How will I be billed for june and July if I move out on may 31st? Is there something wrong with this picture.
    14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 7 hours ago
  • Should I buy a 60k house and rent it out?

    There's this 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. In the kinda poorer part of town. So some white trash people live there, in the neighborhood. There's this home for $59,000 for sale. Estimated mortgage for a little over $200 a month (about 20 years to pay off). Should I get the house fox it up a little a rent it out?... show more
    There's this 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. In the kinda poorer part of town. So some white trash people live there, in the neighborhood. There's this home for $59,000 for sale. Estimated mortgage for a little over $200 a month (about 20 years to pay off). Should I get the house fox it up a little a rent it out? How much should I rent it out?
    17 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • I'm thinking about moving to L.A in two weeks with a $1000?

    I am college educated and I know I can find myself a job. 25 years old.
    I am college educated and I know I can find myself a job. 25 years old.
    11 answers · Personal Finance · 5 hours ago
  • What did you do for a living at age 23?

    Best answer: I was in the U.S. Navy from age 20 to 40
    Best answer: I was in the U.S. Navy from age 20 to 40
    83 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 5 days ago
  • What does this soicitor mean?

    I want to change the deeds of my home from my name to my daughter's. I emailed a solicitor asking this and they asked, "Will there be any monetary consideration for the change of ownership?"
    I want to change the deeds of my home from my name to my daughter's. I emailed a solicitor asking this and they asked, "Will there be any monetary consideration for the change of ownership?"
    10 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 5 hours ago
  • WhAt type of loan would I have to get ?

    Sorry my English is not that good. Hope you guys can help :) I want to buy a house for $140 and get a loan from the bank for $168. I want to use the rest of the money to remodeled the house . would i be able to get a loan from the bank ? I have a credit score of 772 , And if I do what kind of loan would I have to... show more
    Sorry my English is not that good. Hope you guys can help :) I want to buy a house for $140 and get a loan from the bank for $168. I want to use the rest of the money to remodeled the house . would i be able to get a loan from the bank ? I have a credit score of 772 , And if I do what kind of loan would I have to ask the bank for ? Hope you guys can give me some advice , thanks
    18 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • Applying for a job where they ask if you've ever done drugs..?

    i have, which isn't the answer they want but i feel my teenage years of drug usage would actually help me to relate to the people i'd be working with a lot better. So do i lie or be honest? Worried if i'm honest they'll turn me down
    i have, which isn't the answer they want but i feel my teenage years of drug usage would actually help me to relate to the people i'd be working with a lot better. So do i lie or be honest? Worried if i'm honest they'll turn me down
    10 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 12 hours ago
  • Do you think it's fair for a tenant to pay a late fee if they post dated a check?

    I have some long term tenants who have never been late with their rent which if wonderful. Now I have a property manager & my tenant post dated a check she paid on April 23rd for May 1st. The bookkeeper let it sit until the 7th before evidently depositing it. I just received an email from the manager saying now... show more
    I have some long term tenants who have never been late with their rent which if wonderful. Now I have a property manager & my tenant post dated a check she paid on April 23rd for May 1st. The bookkeeper let it sit until the 7th before evidently depositing it. I just received an email from the manager saying now this has resulted in a late fee for these wonderful tenants. I do not think that's fair. I haven't written back yet to the manager, so I wanted to see what any of you guys thought.
    10 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 7 hours ago