• Why is my mom like this?

    I’m 19 years old last year I attended college but I had personal issues so I’m not going back this year my parents are extremely overbearing ever since I came back from school I have to constantly ask for there permission to go anywhere I do have my own car and I pay the insurance I have a friend that I hang out... show more
    I’m 19 years old last year I attended college but I had personal issues so I’m not going back this year my parents are extremely overbearing ever since I came back from school I have to constantly ask for there permission to go anywhere I do have my own car and I pay the insurance I have a friend that I hang out with constantly and my mom is always yelling at me and telling me she’s using for my car I am thinking about moving out within a year but she will take away my car insurance so I won’t have a car and I have also tried to talk to her about having more freedom and she won’t let me have it I don’t know what to do
    17 answers · Personal Finance · 4 days ago
  • Ex lover is controlling me?

    I got myself in a huge mess. She used to be married to a coworker who got promoted to manager a year ago. He never discovered the affair between us. The divorce happened for other reasons. We met again and she told me how much she miss our time together. I told her I don't have any interest in her. That's... show more
    I got myself in a huge mess. She used to be married to a coworker who got promoted to manager a year ago. He never discovered the affair between us. The divorce happened for other reasons. We met again and she told me how much she miss our time together. I told her I don't have any interest in her. That's where she threatened to tell her ex husband about us. She still has those dirty text messages and has proof that we cheated when we were married. If I tell her no I will lost my job. She has nothing to lose cause they already divorced.
    21 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 4 days ago
  • Do you have to disclose to the IRS where deposited cash comes from?

    Best answer: Yes, you have to disclose. Large cash deposits or purchases are indicators of illegal activity, like drug sales, money laundering, etc. Your line of business would be perfectly legitimate, but you need to have documentation of where that money is coming from. Photographs of what you are selling. Bills of Sale... show more
    Best answer: Yes, you have to disclose. Large cash deposits or purchases are indicators of illegal activity, like drug sales, money laundering, etc.

    Your line of business would be perfectly legitimate, but you need to have documentation of where that money is coming from. Photographs of what you are selling. Bills of Sale of what is being sold and to who and for how much, etc.

    That way if law enforcement impounds your accounts and seizes the cash in them, you have the documentation to prove it was all legitimately earned income.
    7 answers · Personal Finance · 2 days ago
  • What happens if you get a student loan to go to college, and then don't make payments on it?

    If it's an auto loan the lender can reposess your car. If it's a home loan, the lender can repossess your house. If it's a credit card you aren't making the payments on, the credit card company can cancel your card. But can the student loan lender repossess your education or cancel your degree?
    If it's an auto loan the lender can reposess your car. If it's a home loan, the lender can repossess your house. If it's a credit card you aren't making the payments on, the credit card company can cancel your card. But can the student loan lender repossess your education or cancel your degree?
    47 answers · Credit · 4 days ago
  • Pay off mortgage faster while saving on interest?

    I have a 30-year fixed rate mortgage. In addition to making my monthly mortgage payments, if I pay towards my principal, will I save on interest? If yes, does that mean once the principal amount has been paid off, there is no more interest?
    I have a 30-year fixed rate mortgage. In addition to making my monthly mortgage payments, if I pay towards my principal, will I save on interest? If yes, does that mean once the principal amount has been paid off, there is no more interest?
    17 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 18 hours ago
  • To landlords, what would you do if your brand new tenant asked for their complete money back, within 24 hours of signing the lease?

    You already have turned away other possible tenants, but they do seem troublesome right from the beginning. What is the best and fair way, for the landlord to handle this situation? Advice needed. Thanks.
    You already have turned away other possible tenants, but they do seem troublesome right from the beginning. What is the best and fair way, for the landlord to handle this situation? Advice needed. Thanks.
    19 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • How much should I be spending on rent?

    I have about 8,000 in savings. I make around 1600 a month. I get other jobs here and there other than my full time job, but they all vary monthly. I’ve toured so many apartments and the least expensive while still being safe is $715 a month, not including any utilities. This is a one bedroom because I’d rather live... show more
    I have about 8,000 in savings. I make around 1600 a month. I get other jobs here and there other than my full time job, but they all vary monthly. I’ve toured so many apartments and the least expensive while still being safe is $715 a month, not including any utilities. This is a one bedroom because I’d rather live alone if I can, but I may end up rooming with someone depending on money. I’m just not sure if i can afford it, help?
    23 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • Why are so many rentals listed with property management companies?

    Don't owners ever manage their own properties anymore & want to show them themselves? It's difficult to deal with property management companies & be able to view rentals. They seem to also have way too many rules & regulations. We would like to be able to meet the owners & see if we like them.
    Don't owners ever manage their own properties anymore & want to show them themselves? It's difficult to deal with property management companies & be able to view rentals. They seem to also have way too many rules & regulations. We would like to be able to meet the owners & see if we like them.
    14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 18 hours ago
  • How do we force people born in the 20th century to hand over their careers to us?

    Best answer: We aren’t giving our careers to people under the age of 19.
    Best answer: We aren’t giving our careers to people under the age of 19.
    15 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 20 hours ago
  • When the prices of houses come down will rent also go down?

    I would certainly think it would if we have a housing crash like we've had before.
    I would certainly think it would if we have a housing crash like we've had before.
    15 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 16 hours ago
  • Would a fire insurance co. tell a property owner they'll no longer provide insurance if he doesn't cut trees down?

    We were told by the owner of the house he has been told by his fire ins. co. to cut two trees down because they're too close to the house. Why would they tell him that, and how could that hurt anything? We are finding this difficult to believe & don't want the trees cut down.
    We were told by the owner of the house he has been told by his fire ins. co. to cut two trees down because they're too close to the house. Why would they tell him that, and how could that hurt anything? We are finding this difficult to believe & don't want the trees cut down.
    9 answers · Insurance · 2 days ago
  • What should i buy with my money?

    Got a job....not sure what to buy tbh.
    Got a job....not sure what to buy tbh.
    31 answers · Personal Finance · 4 days ago
  • If I make 60k a yr can I afford a 300k home?

    Best answer: If your credit is good and you have stable employment you could likely get a mortgage for three times your annual pay ($180k in your case). You'd need a big down payment. $200k is a more reasonable target price. Even at that, I wouldn't take a mortgage as big as three times my annual salary. You'd be... show more
    Best answer: If your credit is good and you have stable employment you could likely get a mortgage for three times your annual pay ($180k in your case). You'd need a big down payment. $200k is a more reasonable target price. Even at that, I wouldn't take a mortgage as big as three times my annual salary. You'd be house-poor for many years, especially if you don't get decent pay raises.
    13 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago