• What is the easiest ways to make money?

    15 answers · 23 hours ago
  • If a person moves to a different city, can he use the same bank account that he already has where he lived before?

    Best answer: Sure. With today's technology, you can live anywhere and use any bank.
    Best answer: Sure. With today's technology, you can live anywhere and use any bank.
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • How does a will or a trust work which is best for my situation?

    I want to make sure my money and my properties and most of my assets goes to my oldest daughter she is over 18 and lives away from me. How can I make sure all of that goes to the person I want when I die
    I want to make sure my money and my properties and most of my assets goes to my oldest daughter she is over 18 and lives away from me. How can I make sure all of that goes to the person I want when I die
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What resources are out there for young adults who don t have the support of their parents?

    My significant other will soon be 18. They currently live with very abusive parents, both emotionally and physically. Once they re an adult their parents have said they won t get any support or funds for college. On top of that, they are non binary and have been binding for over a year. As an adult they would... show more
    My significant other will soon be 18. They currently live with very abusive parents, both emotionally and physically. Once they re an adult their parents have said they won t get any support or funds for college. On top of that, they are non binary and have been binding for over a year. As an adult they would obviously want top surgery, but that could cost up to 10,000 dollars. I love them so much and I just want to help them figure things out. How can I do that? What is there that we should know about to help?
    8 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Can I afford a $17,000 car?

    I’m a recent college graduate with my first real job. So i need a new car. I make $50,000 a year before taxes. I have $3,000 to put down on the car. I do pay $600 a month for rent but don’t have any debt. I found a car that I like for $17,000. Can I afford it and would it be a wise decision to buy it? Thanks.
    I’m a recent college graduate with my first real job. So i need a new car. I make $50,000 a year before taxes. I have $3,000 to put down on the car. I do pay $600 a month for rent but don’t have any debt. I found a car that I like for $17,000. Can I afford it and would it be a wise decision to buy it? Thanks.
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is 650,000 alot of money to you. would this make you feel secure?

    I'm re-posting an earlier question due to poorly phrasing it. I was not asking if this was enough for retirement. I was wondering if this amount would make you feel financially secure at the age of 58. - And, while you are still working.
    I'm re-posting an earlier question due to poorly phrasing it. I was not asking if this was enough for retirement. I was wondering if this amount would make you feel financially secure at the age of 58. - And, while you are still working.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

    This is for people who know Bankruptcy and don’t use Google. I have a loan and my Grandmother co-signed. It’s a $21,000 loan that was used to get me started when I graduated high school. I benefited from the loan she didn’t at all. She also is extremely ill and doesn’t even remember co-signing the loan. After two... show more
    This is for people who know Bankruptcy and don’t use Google. I have a loan and my Grandmother co-signed. It’s a $21,000 loan that was used to get me started when I graduated high school. I benefited from the loan she didn’t at all. She also is extremely ill and doesn’t even remember co-signing the loan. After two years I lost my job due to family and illness. I fell really behind to the point where it was charged off, sent to collections and I now have a lawsuit that is on hold because I started paying a small amount again to the Credit Union. I wanna know if my co-signer filed chapter 7 bankruptcy but I still make the agreed payment to them can they take her house? Her house is paid off and has almost $200,000 worth of equity in it. She is on a Social Security Fixed Income of $1400 a month. Pennsylvania does not have a homestead exemption so the Federal Homestead Exemption would have to be claimed. If they can’t take her house per explained above how long do I have to wait to file chapter 7 bankruptcy?
    7 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Is there any quick ways to earn money?

    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can I land £5k in one month?

    I'm so broke. No jobs, no eligibility for loans, nothing to sell, not into gambling or prostitution, can't find a legit GoFundMe kind of site.
    I'm so broke. No jobs, no eligibility for loans, nothing to sell, not into gambling or prostitution, can't find a legit GoFundMe kind of site.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Most extreme ways to save money?

    Best answer: Live in your car.

    Attend free seminars, open houses, etc. to obtain free food.

    Use public bathrooms. Shower at a gym or pool.
    Best answer: Live in your car.

    Attend free seminars, open houses, etc. to obtain free food.

    Use public bathrooms. Shower at a gym or pool.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should i randomly pay off my student loan early?

    Best answer: Indeed. I went overseas and paid mine off after a year . . .
    So yeah, put it to rest and move on with life.
    Best answer: Indeed. I went overseas and paid mine off after a year . . .
    So yeah, put it to rest and move on with life.
    23 answers · 7 days ago
  • Need advise badly?

    20 years old and need £200 for friday or else i will be kicked out, not currently working due to bad car accident and the bank and lenders will not provide loan unsure what my best option is
    20 years old and need £200 for friday or else i will be kicked out, not currently working due to bad car accident and the bank and lenders will not provide loan unsure what my best option is
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Pensions UK?

    Hello I am deciding on paying into my company pension and need helping whether to or not. The things that are putting me of are: risk of me not getting it, whether this be pension goes bust/never reach the age to get it, feel money may be safer with me and could get interest in a bank, idea that if I die early in... show more
    Hello I am deciding on paying into my company pension and need helping whether to or not. The things that are putting me of are: risk of me not getting it, whether this be pension goes bust/never reach the age to get it, feel money may be safer with me and could get interest in a bank, idea that if I die early in retirement, the state will keep it, money worth more now than many years later, future changes of legislation (this could go either way) so security reasons really. My reasons for it are: a good pension and for to funds when old. Now to decide I want to know realistically how much money I will get per yr/month/week. I'm going to set up an example which is in no way shape or form based on me. Start paying in at 25. Pay £100 a month and employer pays £300 a month. I pay in until I reach 65 and want to retire (understanding that 65 is and may not be the pension age) . How much will I get a month/week purely based on those circumstances excluding state pension? It may not be simple but just need to know the process. Thanks
    5 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Where is a good place to open a Roth IRA?

    Fees? Self management? Advice?
    Fees? Self management? Advice?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Bank closed checking account?

    Best answer: They'll take whatever is needed out of the $1000 to cover the overdraft and any fees (and there could be a few if this has been like it for a while).

    Don't expect to see close to $1000 back.
    Best answer: They'll take whatever is needed out of the $1000 to cover the overdraft and any fees (and there could be a few if this has been like it for a while).

    Don't expect to see close to $1000 back.
    5 answers · 20 hours ago
  • How to work out Christmas Budget?

    I feel like it is a dumb question but my head goes all fuzzy and i panic when I think about it. I cannot work out how much I can really afford for gifts/food/entertaining/meals out etc. I dont want to spend less than I can afford but also don't want to be dumb. Obviously work out outgoings. But how to weigh... show more
    I feel like it is a dumb question but my head goes all fuzzy and i panic when I think about it. I cannot work out how much I can really afford for gifts/food/entertaining/meals out etc. I dont want to spend less than I can afford but also don't want to be dumb. Obviously work out outgoings. But how to weigh Christmas up against other things that are not outgoings but I may need. eg if something breaks, emergency trips, I need new clothing etc
    5 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Just quit my corporate job. Now what?

    Best answer: I would do what makes you happy. Im glad you quit the job you hated. I did the same thing i quit my desk job as it was driving me insane. You can do anything you want to forget about the money its not soley what makes you happy. Just aslong as you can get by. I have a career now where i can get out and about and... show more
    Best answer: I would do what makes you happy. Im glad you quit the job you hated. I did the same thing i quit my desk job as it was driving me insane. You can do anything you want to forget about the money its not soley what makes you happy. Just aslong as you can get by. I have a career now where i can get out and about and love it alot more. I also have my own small business which i would love to do full time and be my own boss and gain control and freedom. I would recommend working for yourself over making someone else rich and working as a slave to society.
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • How much money do you have after bills?

    I finished my second degree for school and got another "real job". However, I still live with my parents and all of the money is allowed to go into my account. Therefore I save money and have enough to buy what I want, and I cut out some useless expenses because I live with them. I make about $3000 a... show more
    I finished my second degree for school and got another "real job". However, I still live with my parents and all of the money is allowed to go into my account. Therefore I save money and have enough to buy what I want, and I cut out some useless expenses because I live with them. I make about $3000 a month now and just starting out. My work is based on how many clients I get, so it's not an hourly based wage. But the past few months I've made around that much.
    6 answers · 2 days ago