• Can the landlord look inside the shed?

    I use the shed as a storage place, so it has all my stuff in it and don’t feel comfortable with the landlord looking in it, I know that if it’s law that they can then it’s fair, but I know they can’t look inside cupboards etc because it has your personal belongings, that’s why I am feeling confused to why they can... show more
    I use the shed as a storage place, so it has all my stuff in it and don’t feel comfortable with the landlord looking in it, I know that if it’s law that they can then it’s fair, but I know they can’t look inside cupboards etc because it has your personal belongings, that’s why I am feeling confused to why they can look in the shed for the fact that sheds are usually used for storage and personal belongings
    12 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 6 hours ago
  • Is this considered lying on a resume?

    Best answer: Yes, it's lying (although I suppose she did "complete" the courses, just not successfully), but companies generally wouldn't care about which specific courses someone took. Did she claim to have some sort of degree?
    Best answer: Yes, it's lying (although I suppose she did "complete" the courses, just not successfully), but companies generally wouldn't care about which specific courses someone took. Did she claim to have some sort of degree?
    17 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 1 day ago
  • Why do Republicans talk about how much workers are worth like they're slaves?

    Best answer: Like I said, some of the better fed Republicans have issues. I don't know why they think they can have efficient and professional workers if they don't have food, shelter, and medical care. And believe me, low paid workers ARE expected to act and dress professionally, have good hygiene and a GREAT attitude,... show more
    Best answer: Like I said, some of the better fed Republicans have issues. I don't know why they think they can have efficient and professional workers if they don't have food, shelter, and medical care. And believe me, low paid workers ARE expected to act and dress professionally, have good hygiene and a GREAT attitude, and be grateful for their pathetic wages.

    "Har har har! We'll give you a quarter raise every single YEAR, and employee of the month every once in a while. See, we take GREAT care of you!"
    15 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 1 day ago
  • Have a roommate that pays rent and $100 towards utilities (per the contract we agreed upon)?

    Summer was great, windows were open, utilities bills were manageable but come winter she keeps turning up the heat to 70 along with turning on the gas fireplace downstairs (no one sits down there) and the electric fireplace upstairs. When she is sitting upstairs she is in a t-shirt and shorts and claims she is... show more
    Summer was great, windows were open, utilities bills were manageable but come winter she keeps turning up the heat to 70 along with turning on the gas fireplace downstairs (no one sits down there) and the electric fireplace upstairs. When she is sitting upstairs she is in a t-shirt and shorts and claims she is freezing. She will only turn on everything when I am away because when I am home I like to keep my gas fireplace off downstairs (since no one sits down there) and the heat at 68. When it is turned up to 70 my whole house is extremely warm. Mind you I am wearing a sweater or something warmer than shorts and a tshirt. How do I approach her with this? I have a feeling she is going to argue that her portion of the rent can be used to pay the bills, but that portion is paying for my other half of the mortgage.
    15 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • How do I break my lease before moving in?

    I can't afford the rent and I signed the lease. I was supposed to get a raise but I haven't gotten it on time so I can't afford it and the apartments far too expensive. If I break my lease how do I go about doing it.
    I can't afford the rent and I signed the lease. I was supposed to get a raise but I haven't gotten it on time so I can't afford it and the apartments far too expensive. If I break my lease how do I go about doing it.
    15 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • What is bitcoins?

    pls explain what bitcoins is.... and are they legal?
    pls explain what bitcoins is.... and are they legal?
    23 answers · Investing · 2 days ago
  • Why do people seem to think that they need like hundreds of thousands for their savings in retirement?I have $30,000 in savings and I'm fine?

    I am retired and I have $30,000 in savings plus a small pension. I live in a small house and I have no debts. But I live well with my small pension and my $30,000 in savings. I don't get it why some people say the people need like $300,000 or $500,000 for retirement in order to survive. That's all... show more
    I am retired and I have $30,000 in savings plus a small pension. I live in a small house and I have no debts. But I live well with my small pension and my $30,000 in savings. I don't get it why some people say the people need like $300,000 or $500,000 for retirement in order to survive. That's all balderdash in my opinion as I live well in my situation. I can afford all my bills and I live a very content life. I go out and visit my children and grandchildren from time to time out of state as well. You only need $300,000 or $500,000 saved if you want to live a life of luxury in my opinion. Like travel around the world or dine in expensive restaurants frequently or buy a very expensive car. But if you don't need these things, life is pretty comfortable is you have like $30,000 like me and a pension. So long as you don't have any major debts, then life on what I have is quite comfortable. So I don't get why some people are always saying that you need to have a number in the 6 figures as your savings in order to survive. It's simply not true.
    27 answers · Personal Finance · 3 days ago
  • In what circumstances might a tenant gain permanent residence or other similar rights on a property they are renting?

    When reading about things like renting out a house or a room, people always warn about tenants gaining certain rights which may allow them to live on the property "permanently". Or something along those lines. I am wondering in what circumstances this might occur? What do people mean when they talk about... show more
    When reading about things like renting out a house or a room, people always warn about tenants gaining certain rights which may allow them to live on the property "permanently". Or something along those lines. I am wondering in what circumstances this might occur? What do people mean when they talk about this?
    10 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 7 hours ago
  • Do you believe the Affordable Care Act-ACA provides health care or it's just a pass through billing service offering no medical care at all?

    I have spoke with health insurance providers about health care. They will not provide any medical advise or services. Referring me to a Medical Professional for my health care needs. I have been limited on my health care needs by my health insurance provider. Making them a legal death panel. Contradicting... show more
    I have spoke with health insurance providers about health care. They will not provide any medical advise or services. Referring me to a Medical Professional for my health care needs. I have been limited on my health care needs by my health insurance provider. Making them a legal death panel. Contradicting themselves by making medical needs decision when they have know medical license of experience. They seem to be putting profit before Our health and well being.
    15 answers · Insurance · 3 days ago
  • Can I dispute my emergency room bill?

    I called the hospital about headaches i had been having. The lady told me I should definitely have it checked out. She said I should go into URGENT care. She gave me directions to the urgent care and I went. Went through some questioning and test, had a CT scan. Everything was normal. I left thinking they were most... show more
    I called the hospital about headaches i had been having. The lady told me I should definitely have it checked out. She said I should go into URGENT care. She gave me directions to the urgent care and I went. Went through some questioning and test, had a CT scan. Everything was normal. I left thinking they were most likely stress and tension headaches caused by my posture and long computer hours. While I am feeling a lot better and getting a lot less headaches, a new headache has occurred... I got the bill and apparently the place I went to was not an urgent care but actually an emergency room. I didn’t know that would matter but apparently that meant that my insurance wouldn’t cover anything. So my question is do I have any grounds to dispute this or is it my fault for listening to the lady and not realizing it was an emergency room. Sorry for the novel, thanks in advance!
    15 answers · Insurance · 2 days ago
  • Buying a home at 25?

    Hi. Me and my fiance has been together for 9 years and lived together for 6 years. He works as a computer programmer and Im a special ed teacher. We bring in around $8,000 a month. We’re currently renting a condo for 1,200 a month. I have been saving up ever since my first job and my savings is around $15,000 and... show more
    Hi. Me and my fiance has been together for 9 years and lived together for 6 years. He works as a computer programmer and Im a special ed teacher. We bring in around $8,000 a month. We’re currently renting a condo for 1,200 a month. I have been saving up ever since my first job and my savings is around $15,000 and he also has been saving up since 16 and has $11,000. We’re looking to buy a small home and we found this perfect home for $71,000. We will have to do some renovations if we do end up buying which is probably another $10,000+ and other costs for closing and fees. we’ll be putting down 20 percent down payment. We both have relatively good credit scores, 712 and 765. I was wondering if we are qualified to buy a home? Or are we too young for that? We’ve been planning on getting a home for half a year now and our wedding is in October 2019 and we wanted to get a home before our wedding so we can start a family right away.
    10 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 14 hours ago
  • Landlord obligated to renovate shower?

    There was a leak in the apartment below me and my shower had to be opened up. So the maintenance people knocked out a chunk of the wall of my shower. I’m wondering, since my shower is older (6 years since I’ve moved in and probably even older) if my landlord had any obligation to renovate the shower? Are there any... show more
    There was a leak in the apartment below me and my shower had to be opened up. So the maintenance people knocked out a chunk of the wall of my shower. I’m wondering, since my shower is older (6 years since I’ve moved in and probably even older) if my landlord had any obligation to renovate the shower? Are there any laws about this? Should I bother asking? Any advice would be appreciated.
    19 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 3 days ago
  • I earn $10/hour as a payroll clerk for a trucking company. Do you think I'll earn more as a waitress??

    Im really tired of this job and the fact that they dont offer benefits or raise my salary. I feel waitresses earn more (with their tips included) correct me if Im wrong, but what do you think? I live in a small city, have a bachelors but its impossible to find a decent job here..
    Im really tired of this job and the fact that they dont offer benefits or raise my salary. I feel waitresses earn more (with their tips included) correct me if Im wrong, but what do you think? I live in a small city, have a bachelors but its impossible to find a decent job here..
    8 answers · Food Service · 1 hour ago
  • Since my boyfriend is 17 and he can’t sign and apartment lease, can he transfer his monthly salary to my bank account?

    My question is, if for example I get pay 500 dollars a month and the rent of the apartment is 800 and my boyfriend is 17 years old so he can’t sign an apartment lease, would they find out if he transfer his money to my bank account and that way I pay for the rent, like, if he put in his job to send his money to a... show more
    My question is, if for example I get pay 500 dollars a month and the rent of the apartment is 800 and my boyfriend is 17 years old so he can’t sign an apartment lease, would they find out if he transfer his money to my bank account and that way I pay for the rent, like, if he put in his job to send his money to a debit card under my name, will the people from the apartment that I’m trying to get know? Or could I tell them that I have 2 jobs? Please help me!!
    18 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 3 days ago