• Breaking lease over roaches?

    I have moved into a house in Texas and the landlord didn’t mention cockroaches. There were 2 dead ones when I moved in but didn’t think anything of it. The following 3 days have been hell. I’ve found 5 cockroaches and he is sending someone Tuesday to continuously spray for the next few months. Am I able to break... show more
    I have moved into a house in Texas and the landlord didn’t mention cockroaches. There were 2 dead ones when I moved in but didn’t think anything of it. The following 3 days have been hell. I’ve found 5 cockroaches and he is sending someone Tuesday to continuously spray for the next few months. Am I able to break out of my lease? He gave me 1 month free rent starting from June 8-July 1. Please help I can not sleep eat or cook anything because I’m afraid to open any cabinets or my pantry
    11 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day 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
  • 16 year old soon to be investor?

    I'm looking into investing my money in stock and I was worried that if I do invest i won't be able to use any of my money until i sell the stock and i would have to start all over again I understand that the smart thing to do is to invest in multiple companies but can I not receive some kind money while... show more
    I'm looking into investing my money in stock and I was worried that if I do invest i won't be able to use any of my money until i sell the stock and i would have to start all over again I understand that the smart thing to do is to invest in multiple companies but can I not receive some kind money while keeping my investment?
    11 answers · Investing · 1 day ago
  • Should My Employer Tax My Bonuses?

    I work in Colorado for a Mom & Pop business that has been operating for 40 years. The sales team does not work on commission,we all work as a team. A few years ago they started to give us all a sales bonus based on weekly sales,in cash. Last year they told us that they were no longer going to give us this... show more
    I work in Colorado for a Mom & Pop business that has been operating for 40 years. The sales team does not work on commission,we all work as a team. A few years ago they started to give us all a sales bonus based on weekly sales,in cash. Last year they told us that they were no longer going to give us this bonus in cash but rather included in our paycheck but that they would not be taking out federal taxes only social security,on the bonus amount only. Is this legal? And if not,how should I go about talking to my employer about this?
    18 answers · United States · 3 days ago
  • Anyone who has recently bought a house in California,?

    I make around $55,000 a year and I have been doing my research online. To buy a house do I only qualify for a $183,000 mortgage loan? Im so confused because I know couples who have a house and make what I make combined and got a house. In cali you cannot buy a house with $183000
    I make around $55,000 a year and I have been doing my research online. To buy a house do I only qualify for a $183,000 mortgage loan? Im so confused because I know couples who have a house and make what I make combined and got a house. In cali you cannot buy a house with $183000
    14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • You think $ 80,000 a year is a good income these days.?

    I do not have a house of my own.
    I do not have a house of my own.
    8 answers · Financial Services · 5 hours ago
  • I'm 19 and i'm still having trouble finding a job?

    I've apply to over 20 jobs and they still would not hire me. I had this problem when i was in High School. But even after High school as an adult, i still can't find a job. They couldn't even give me overtime. And i can't afford to work less than 40 hours. I need to work more than 40 hours. I still... show more
    I've apply to over 20 jobs and they still would not hire me. I had this problem when i was in High School. But even after High school as an adult, i still can't find a job. They couldn't even give me overtime. And i can't afford to work less than 40 hours. I need to work more than 40 hours. I still live with my parents because i don't have any money. I did had a job but i was laid off and i didn't make much. I only made a $1,000 a month. What should i do?
    10 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 1 day ago
  • Do I have a good chance at winning if I sue my apartment complex?

    I signed a lease at an apartment complex last year around April. And so far its been hell. From crazy annoying roommates to just bad management from the apartment complex. The things I want to sue for are... - When I moved into my apartment, it was a mess. The furniture was all jumbled up in the middle of the... show more
    I signed a lease at an apartment complex last year around April. And so far its been hell. From crazy annoying roommates to just bad management from the apartment complex. The things I want to sue for are... - When I moved into my apartment, it was a mess. The furniture was all jumbled up in the middle of the living room sitting on top of each other. I still have pictures to prove this with the date I took them. (i.e. the day I moved in.) Its a place of four, and someone was still living in here. But she was in another country all summer. So it couldn't have been her. There were brown and other colored stains all over the walls and everything was just a mess. Cement on my tub floor. And other things I can't remember right now. I did notified the office and they only rearranged my furniture by the next day. And took a few days and all of complaining to get the cement off the tub floor. I left the stains on the wall and other things alone because I thought to myself, "What else could be worse? I'm only going to be here for a year. I can deal." - Two - Four Weeks into living in this apartment, maintenance come into the apartment to check for leak. (Apparently, they had a massive leak in the summer that ruined the flooring and carpeting of multiple floors. They didn't tell us this btw, I know this through a friend who was living there before my lease began.) They cut out a large boxed whole in my wall. And then just taped it up with a trash bag. Never came back to fix it.
    18 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 4 days ago
  • I had a car loan, but totaled my car due to an accident. I still owe 582.00 on the loan. I’m a full-time working part-time and?

    I cannot pay the amount. I called the bank and they said they cannot Work with me. What happens now?!?!
    I cannot pay the amount. I called the bank and they said they cannot Work with me. What happens now?!?!
    16 answers · Credit · 3 days ago
  • Do you think my landlord will reject my dog for being a few pounds over?

    Best answer: Normally a landlord or property manager would not go around and weigh your dog. If it appears to be close to the weight, in your lease agreement you might not have a problem. It is difficult to say what a landlord or property manager might or would do. It might be that your landlord or property manager might be a... show more
    Best answer: Normally a landlord or property manager would not go around and weigh your dog. If it appears to be close to the weight, in your lease agreement you might not have a problem.

    It is difficult to say what a landlord or property manager might or would do. It might be that your landlord or property manager might be a stickler for details and would want to make sure the letter of your lease agreement is held within the strict letter of the lease, This type landlord might pose a problem for you.

    There are some landlords and property managers that have other things to do and as long as it appear as if your dogs or close or near the weight listed in your lease would have no problems.

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

    "FIGHT ON"
    16 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 3 days ago
  • I quit my job because of 2 coworkers who would stalk/follow me, is it possible to get my job back?

    I was new to the job and these 2 coworkers would constantly follow me. We had the same start times and one of them would pop out of no where when I’d get out of my car to start work and he would say “I’ve been waiting for you” He would follow me every break and lunch. The other guy would make comments such as “you... show more
    I was new to the job and these 2 coworkers would constantly follow me. We had the same start times and one of them would pop out of no where when I’d get out of my car to start work and he would say “I’ve been waiting for you” He would follow me every break and lunch. The other guy would make comments such as “you have a nice body you work out?” I have anxiety as it is so these situations make me feel very awkward and uncomfortable. I had enough of it so I quit my job. I really do need the job and I feel stupid for my decision. I didn’t want to get anyone in trouble or seem like a “tattle tell”... would it be wrong to come in and speak to HR or send them an email about the situation? Or is it too late since I have already resigned?
    12 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
  • Did you know if you bought silver 7 years ago as I did, that you’d have a 35 percent loss?

    Best answer: yup that is 100% correct.. The ads all cherry pick the data
    Best answer: yup that is 100% correct.. The ads all cherry pick the data
    13 answers · Investing · 2 days ago
  • Is a 30 min drive for a minimum wage (or just above) worth it?

    Best answer: Your parents input on this seems important, as between them they're going to have to spend 2 hours a day in the car getting you there and back.

    Beyond that, you know not working gets you nothing, so do you want to earn any money this summer or not?
    Best answer: Your parents input on this seems important, as between them they're going to have to spend 2 hours a day in the car getting you there and back.

    Beyond that, you know not working gets you nothing, so do you want to earn any money this summer or not?
    11 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
  • I sold my house to my daughter for what I paid for it 30 yrs ago, it appraised for $80K more than I sold it for.?

    Can I claim a loss on my taxes? Do I have to claim it as income?
    Can I claim a loss on my taxes? Do I have to claim it as income?
    13 answers · United States · 2 days ago