• I had to leave beauty school becuase of my pregnancy and now i owe money?

    Best answer: There's an old saying 'you can't get blood from a stone'.

    But those bills will remain and get only larger.
    Best answer: There's an old saying 'you can't get blood from a stone'.

    But those bills will remain and get only larger.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can my wages be garnished for student loan from a technical school ?

    I’ve had a student loan for a few years I’ve owed from a technical school I’ve wondered if they could garnished my wages ? I’ve been told by people they can’t since it’s not like a peeing IRS Debt ect I just don’t wanna find less money in my checks it’s been 8 years since I’ve had it
    I’ve had a student loan for a few years I’ve owed from a technical school I’ve wondered if they could garnished my wages ? I’ve been told by people they can’t since it’s not like a peeing IRS Debt ect I just don’t wanna find less money in my checks it’s been 8 years since I’ve had it
    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • School loan?

    So I want to see if I can pay off my student loan but find a way to negotiate a few thousand bucks less . Do I need a lawyer for this? Can I do it myself?
    So I want to see if I can pay off my student loan but find a way to negotiate a few thousand bucks less . Do I need a lawyer for this? Can I do it myself?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • The us dept. Of education is charging my wife 18k. A college that she never applied for is charging her and no one can give us answers. Help?

    Best answer: The US Department of Education CANNOT seize funds without first getting a monetary judgment, and that requires serving you with a Summons and Complaint and giving you the opportunity to answer the Complaint. What did you do when you were served (personally or by mail)? You need at Attorney - you obviously are not... show more
    Best answer: The US Department of Education CANNOT seize funds without first getting a monetary judgment, and that requires serving you with a Summons and Complaint and giving you the opportunity to answer the Complaint. What did you do when you were served (personally or by mail)?

    You need at Attorney - you obviously are not capable of handling the matter yourself - to subpoena any and all records regarding the alleged debt and the judgment.

    You can also write a letter, return receipt requested, asking for that same information.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is no one worthy (Christianity)?

    Best answer: Live one life at a time.
    Be a good person and do as little harm as possible. After we die its all conjecture.
    Best answer: Live one life at a time.
    Be a good person and do as little harm as possible. After we die its all conjecture.
    25 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would it be wise to take out a student loan?

    Best answer: Call or make an appointment with the school's financial aid office - inquire about Federal Work-Study jobs or additional aid.
    Best answer: Call or make an appointment with the school's financial aid office - inquire about Federal Work-Study jobs or additional aid.
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can I move out of the country before my student loans are repaid?

    I plan on moving to a different country in the future for personal reasons. Do I need to wait until my student loans are repaid to do this? Obviously if I moved before I would continue repaying my loans, but that seems like something that wouldn’t be allowed for some reason.
    I plan on moving to a different country in the future for personal reasons. Do I need to wait until my student loans are repaid to do this? Obviously if I moved before I would continue repaying my loans, but that seems like something that wouldn’t be allowed for some reason.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are some ways I can make more money?

    Best answer: Get an education or training so you have a skill that is in demand. If you can't get a college degree, think about trade school. If your employer offers management training programs, perhaps that is the way to go. Minimum wage is just that, minimum. You are doing and earning the least you can possibly... show more
    Best answer: Get an education or training so you have a skill that is in demand. If you can't get a college degree, think about trade school. If your employer offers management training programs, perhaps that is the way to go.

    Minimum wage is just that, minimum. You are doing and earning the least you can possibly do.

    My son pressure washes driveways in the neighborhood. He gets about $100 to $150 per job and the take him four hours at the most. He is earning about $50 an hour with no taxes, no uniform, no set schedule. He wanted to get a "real job" but I told him he would earn about 1/8 of his current pay and pay taxes on it.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • My parents do not want to help me pay for college?

    Best answer: If you don't qualify for financial aid that means your parents have enough to help you out. If they don't own a business to pass on to you or in some other way have prepared you for life above college, they owe you college help. I think scholarships only go to very gifted people and minorities. You will... show more
    Best answer: If you don't qualify for financial aid that means your parents have enough to help you out. If they don't own a business to pass on to you or in some other way have prepared you for life above college, they owe you college help.
    I think scholarships only go to very gifted people and minorities.
    You will have to get loans and be an indentured servant to the banks like many.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why does college or pursing a higher education cost so much?

    I am beginning to regret going to grad school for my master s. I am in more than $60k student loan debt and my credit score is FLUNKED. I ve been paying my loans on time and it has helped a little. But seriously, why the hell does it cost so damn much just to attend college or get into grad school?? I am about to... show more
    I am beginning to regret going to grad school for my master s. I am in more than $60k student loan debt and my credit score is FLUNKED. I ve been paying my loans on time and it has helped a little. But seriously, why the hell does it cost so damn much just to attend college or get into grad school?? I am about to kill myself. I dont understand how the school decided to reject my loan and tell me I owe $1k for this semester and if I cannot find a way to pay for it then I either leave school or the interest increases. FML. I am so passionate about what I am learning. But I rather die than have to pay for tuition if I can t find other ways to pay for it. I hate how the school system runs in America.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My mom said I don't have a chance to study in college. Is this true or is she not very bright?

    My mom is a single mom who raised me by herself. She and my dad have been separated since I was born. My dad is still alive, and lives close to me. My mom hasn't worked for 17 years since she had me. I'm in my senior year of high school. And my mom said I don't have a chance to go to college because... show more
    My mom is a single mom who raised me by herself. She and my dad have been separated since I was born. My dad is still alive, and lives close to me. My mom hasn't worked for 17 years since she had me. I'm in my senior year of high school. And my mom said I don't have a chance to go to college because of the financial costs. I told her about applying for financial aid in college, and she said I won't get approved because they will ask for my dad's pay stub. She said it's hard to talk to my dad and thinks he won't give his pay stub, and plus he's a surgeon and his salary is too high to be approved. My mom receives child support for $4,000 a month, and she doesn't have any money saved for college and she doesn't work.
    22 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • School was wrong on my scholarship rules?? Help please?

    Is it fair to me that I initially have a scholarship of $2500 and Valencia splits my scholarship into 2 semesters spring (1250) and summer (1250) so because of this I choose my classes in spring and summer. I was misinformed this whole semester about my scholarship and now it’s March 5 and I get an email saying my... show more
    Is it fair to me that I initially have a scholarship of $2500 and Valencia splits my scholarship into 2 semesters spring (1250) and summer (1250) so because of this I choose my classes in spring and summer. I was misinformed this whole semester about my scholarship and now it’s March 5 and I get an email saying my scholarship is only for spring. Which means the classes I selected in summer will not be covered. I know for a fact that Valencia made a mistake it isn’t fair that because of a mistake Valencia made I have to suffer how to you change my reward in 1/9/19 which was 1250 spring and 1250 summer to now March 5 to spring only it doesn’t even give me a chance to add more flex classes.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Will I have to repay pell grant if I transferred and renewed fafsa?

    Back in 2015 I applied for fafsa and received pell grant for a community college and was awarded 3,872, I only went for a few semesters and still had money left. I recently moved to another city and transferred to another community college applied for fafsa since fall 2018. I was awarded 5,445 and it says that I... show more
    Back in 2015 I applied for fafsa and received pell grant for a community college and was awarded 3,872, I only went for a few semesters and still had money left. I recently moved to another city and transferred to another community college applied for fafsa since fall 2018. I was awarded 5,445 and it says that I have 3,062 left. Will I get in trouble since I received pell grant in one community college and then transferred to another community college and received another pell grant?
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would you take a job that pay you $1 per hour more but you have to drive an extra hour to get there?

    Job A $1 less per hour but you work at home also tuition reimbursement. Job B $1 more per hour but you have to drive an hour to get there, same benefits (dental, medical, 401k) but no tuition reimbursement.
    Job A $1 less per hour but you work at home also tuition reimbursement. Job B $1 more per hour but you have to drive an hour to get there, same benefits (dental, medical, 401k) but no tuition reimbursement.
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can a cosigner cancel a loan without notifying the primary borrower?

    I was in my sophomore year of college (2nd semester) when I received a phone call telling me that my cosigner cancelled the second half of my loan and paid that half off. Now, I owe the college money directly because the 2nd semester was never paid for. My cosigner had never called me to say that this is what he... show more
    I was in my sophomore year of college (2nd semester) when I received a phone call telling me that my cosigner cancelled the second half of my loan and paid that half off. Now, I owe the college money directly because the 2nd semester was never paid for. My cosigner had never called me to say that this is what he was planning on doing or even why he was doing this, he just did it. I was told after this was done through a phone call. I just want to know how this is possible?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago