• I'm broke and already tired of it.?

    I'm only 17. I'm a senior in highschool. I have school until 3 every day and work 4-11 every night and weekends. My entire paycheck goes to insurance, gas, phone bill, food. I have no money to spare. I can't get a better job until I graduate because everything is 18+. I'm enrolled in a welding class... show more
    I'm only 17. I'm a senior in highschool. I have school until 3 every day and work 4-11 every night and weekends. My entire paycheck goes to insurance, gas, phone bill, food. I have no money to spare. I can't get a better job until I graduate because everything is 18+. I'm enrolled in a welding class at a community college that I go to every day followed by an English class at my highschool. Sure after i graduate i might get lucky and get a good job welding but I'm tired of having no money to spare. How does a 17 year old make money on the side. I've posted close to 800 flyers for detailing cars to make money on the side. Nobody around here cares to drive a clean car. I've posted hundreds of flyers for lawn mowing but nobody has a decent yard. Everything like Uber or Taskrabbit requires 18 years+. Is this just how it has to be for another 1-2 years. Everybody else at my school has everything paid for them by their parents. Their cars, insurance, gas, clothes, dates, food, allowance, all paid for. I can't hang out with my friends and go out because I have no money and I'm tired of it.
    26 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 22 hours ago
  • Why do some people go back to work after "retiring" at age 60?

    Best answer: 1. Need more money in retirement than they thought that they did. 2. Boredom. (This is a VERY common reason.) 3. The chance to do what they love, vs what they need to do in order to survive. 4. Need health insurance and can't afford to pay for commercial insurance at that age. 5. Just to get out and... show more
    Best answer: 1. Need more money in retirement than they thought that they did.

    2. Boredom. (This is a VERY common reason.)

    3. The chance to do what they love, vs what they need to do in order to survive.

    4. Need health insurance and can't afford to pay for commercial insurance at that age.

    5. Just to get out and meet people.

    6. Need more paid in quarters to qualify for Social Security, or want to increase their benefits.
    17 answers · Other - Business & Finance · 9 hours ago
  • Buying a house with tenants living there....?

    If I were to buy a house and the people currently living there are on a lease until April 2018 would I have to wait until the lease is up to move in the house ... or since it's between them and the current landlord they would have to move once the home is sold????
    If I were to buy a house and the people currently living there are on a lease until April 2018 would I have to wait until the lease is up to move in the house ... or since it's between them and the current landlord they would have to move once the home is sold????
    17 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 14 hours ago
  • I am 18 and losing my health insurance, what do I do?

    My parents are dropping me from their health insurance due to a change in prices. I have no idea what to do. I live on my own and am employed. But my job does not offer insurance, how do I get health insurance with out changing employment?
    My parents are dropping me from their health insurance due to a change in prices. I have no idea what to do. I live on my own and am employed. But my job does not offer insurance, how do I get health insurance with out changing employment?
    4 answers · Insurance · 4 hours ago
  • Neighbors smoking is effecting my asthma. Won't listen to landlord when landlord tells him to stop smoking in the house. What are my options?

    I live in a duplex. My neighbor smokes and the fumes make their way to my side. I am allergic to tobacco smoke and this really sets of my allergies and causes an asthma attack every time it happens. My land Lord has repeated My asked him to stop and has threatend eviction but her won't stop. Land Lord told me... show more
    I live in a duplex. My neighbor smokes and the fumes make their way to my side. I am allergic to tobacco smoke and this really sets of my allergies and causes an asthma attack every time it happens. My land Lord has repeated My asked him to stop and has threatend eviction but her won't stop. Land Lord told me that he can't afford to evict because he cant affird to be without the rent. What can I do? I can afford to move out but I can't afford to pay off entire lease (11 months left)
    23 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • Is it illegal to make fake pay stubs?

    First off, I have a real full time job but I don't necessarily make the required income to rent an apartment (the requirements) rent is the same as my current apartment however I just need a new start and this building is creepy but that's besides the point. Never missed a rent payment or anything. So being... show more
    First off, I have a real full time job but I don't necessarily make the required income to rent an apartment (the requirements) rent is the same as my current apartment however I just need a new start and this building is creepy but that's besides the point. Never missed a rent payment or anything. So being that I miss the income requirement by about $480 for the new apartment would it be illegal to generate fake pay stubs to get approved for the home?
    33 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • Dog attack... who is to blame? explained below...?

    If in a lease agreement, no pet is allowed in the house. but the tenant has friends over who bring a dog into the house, and the lessor comes into the house without notice, and the dog attacks the lessor. lessor ends up in hospital, who should have to pay the medical bills? the tenant, the owner of the dogs, or no... show more
    If in a lease agreement, no pet is allowed in the house. but the tenant has friends over who bring a dog into the house, and the lessor comes into the house without notice, and the dog attacks the lessor. lessor ends up in hospital, who should have to pay the medical bills? the tenant, the owner of the dogs, or no one at all because the lessor entered the ground illegally? the tenant is at fault for allowing a dog into the house, but they don't own the dog. but if for example a thief breaks into a house and hurts themselves, they can sue the owner of the house because it happened on their property. is this the same with dogs? Who should have to pay the medical bills?
    14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 16 hours ago
  • How to trick people into moving?

    A bunch of friends and I want to start our own village in my current neighborhood. The only problem is, I have neighbors all around. We've tried asking them nicely to move away so that my friends can move in, but they all said no! I cannot believe it and am pissed as hell at these selfish pricks. How can I... show more
    A bunch of friends and I want to start our own village in my current neighborhood. The only problem is, I have neighbors all around. We've tried asking them nicely to move away so that my friends can move in, but they all said no! I cannot believe it and am pissed as hell at these selfish pricks. How can I force them out of their homes? Even if they don't "legally move", how can I get them to permanently vacate the premises?
    13 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 14 hours ago
  • Girlfriend think I can't afford to buy a house?

    My girlfriend, who I want to marry says I can't afford a house she really like, but as long as we are both working I am pretty sure we can. The house is 247,900. According to the online thing our payments would be 1367. I make good money. Almost 17 an hour. She works park time 25 hours a week at 9 an hour. I... show more
    My girlfriend, who I want to marry says I can't afford a house she really like, but as long as we are both working I am pretty sure we can. The house is 247,900. According to the online thing our payments would be 1367. I make good money. Almost 17 an hour. She works park time 25 hours a week at 9 an hour. I told her Espicslly if she get a better job we can easily afford it. She seems to think other use due to bills, living expensives. And the fact I have a payment. She said she just had to put 700 into her car to pass the emissions test and her car still needs other work and that's not counting if my car needs work in the future. It is a really nice house and with two incomes we should be able to afford it, but she by#ch!ing how I don't have a down payments..and that I need to factor in a lot of other code, and complaint how I pay 400 in rent and I don't have money actually saved and such... She thinks it we do pull it off we would be extremely house pour, and she didn't think 650 credit score is enough for me to get approved but I told her thsts pretty average score.
    26 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • How do you respond to tenants who inform YOU that due to an inconvenience they will be deducting a certain amount from the next rent check?

    For those of you who have helped and or made suggestions in the past few months, this is regarding the mandatory HOA re-piping that I previously posted about. I'm going to give them a courtesy discount, but what I don't appreciate is receiving a respectful not from them, telling me the amount they worked... show more
    For those of you who have helped and or made suggestions in the past few months, this is regarding the mandatory HOA re-piping that I previously posted about. I'm going to give them a courtesy discount, but what I don't appreciate is receiving a respectful not from them, telling me the amount they worked up that they think is fair and for what and tell me that they are going to deduct that from next months rent. Who is the landlord here, ME. Not sure what wording or how to respond to them. I'm so irked and feel they have such nerve. The amount they propose is actually less then what I was going to give them, but it is the principle of things. I'm aware I do not have to give them anything.
    16 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • Can my apartment make me pay their attorney fees for paying rent late?

    I am paying my rent on the 25th and they are asking for an additional $720 in addition to my rent because they are beginning the eviction process and that is the only way to overturn this according to them. My question is how can they get away with taking that much money from me to draw up a few papers? This seems... show more
    I am paying my rent on the 25th and they are asking for an additional $720 in addition to my rent because they are beginning the eviction process and that is the only way to overturn this according to them. My question is how can they get away with taking that much money from me to draw up a few papers? This seems illegal. It does state in my lease that they can charge me attorney fees and that they consider it to be an extension to my rent.
    22 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • JOB INTERVIEW QUESTION????

    I have a job interview today and I don't know what to answer to "what's your greatest weakness?" PLEASE NEED HELP ASAP
    I have a job interview today and I don't know what to answer to "what's your greatest weakness?" PLEASE NEED HELP ASAP
    6 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 1 day ago
  • Going from a 2-income down to a 1-income family without cutting expenses?

    Combined there's $95,000 in student loan debt. $40,000 in CC debt And $35,000 in Auto financing debt Plus a checking account balance that overdrafts twice a week and a slowly climbing CC debt In that situation, the Dad of house earns $75K working a full time office job The mom of house was earning a much... show more
    Combined there's $95,000 in student loan debt. $40,000 in CC debt And $35,000 in Auto financing debt Plus a checking account balance that overdrafts twice a week and a slowly climbing CC debt In that situation, the Dad of house earns $75K working a full time office job The mom of house was earning a much needed $40K but then one day the mom said "I honestly want to be a full time stay-at-home mom why won't you let me? All my friends are stay-at-home moms" No it's not fair for me to cut expenses for this . And yet you can't pay the bills and rent and interest on CC debt on one income What do you do?
    20 answers · Personal Finance · 2 days ago