• Should I buy a car or...?

    I want your opinion, first thing I still live with my family, in the last couple of months I made a mobile game, and it's making some good money, last month I made 950$, and at the end of this month I will be making around 1600$, I know these not too much, but should I save more money and buy a car? since I... show more
    I want your opinion, first thing I still live with my family, in the last couple of months I made a mobile game, and it's making some good money, last month I made 950$, and at the end of this month I will be making around 1600$, I know these not too much, but should I save more money and buy a car? since I never owned one before, or should I give my parents money and help them?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Am I paying too much child support?

    I earn about 2k a month and I end up having to give about 700 a month. At the end of the month, I'm left with nothing since I also have another son to take care of with my current girlfriend. My first kid's mom already has a good career bring in like 5k a month hell she even has a better car and apartment... show more
    I earn about 2k a month and I end up having to give about 700 a month. At the end of the month, I'm left with nothing since I also have another son to take care of with my current girlfriend. My first kid's mom already has a good career bring in like 5k a month hell she even has a better car and apartment than I do, how is it that I'm paying that much for 1 kid.
    14 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Should parents make their children pay for the bills?

    I am talking about for example the light bill, electricity bill, water bill. NOT the child’s own bill, Also the child is under 18.
    I am talking about for example the light bill, electricity bill, water bill. NOT the child’s own bill, Also the child is under 18.
    10 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Do you think it is immoral to file bankruptcy?

    Best answer: yes - being legal dont make it moral

    Bankruptcy = spending money you dont have then using the law so you dont have to pay it back

    (A lot of the answers you got are basically saying - its ok cos lots of people do it
    I say - that dont make it "moral" either - just common)
    Best answer: yes - being legal dont make it moral

    Bankruptcy = spending money you dont have then using the law so you dont have to pay it back

    (A lot of the answers you got are basically saying - its ok cos lots of people do it
    I say - that dont make it "moral" either - just common)
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to split the bills fairly?

    My husband says he's tired of feeling like a child asking for money from our joint bank account. I offered to get him his own debit card, he refuses. I've asked him to get involved in the bills, he refuses. Not he wants to have separate bank accounts and him only pay half of the bills. We make the same... show more
    My husband says he's tired of feeling like a child asking for money from our joint bank account. I offered to get him his own debit card, he refuses. I've asked him to get involved in the bills, he refuses. Not he wants to have separate bank accounts and him only pay half of the bills. We make the same amount per hour, he us eligible for over time I am not. His 2 adult (25 year old) kids live here and he refuses to make them pay anything. They both make good money. Now that he wants to separate the accounts I feel they should be made to pay. So what's the fair way to split the bills?
    9 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Why is it that paypal can hold your money?

    I made a paypal account for a craiglist transaction, paypal put my money on hold since it was $250 and it's impossible to withdraw it or even refund the this person so now paypal has basically stolen money. I used a fake name since this was a craiglist transaction, I had no idea paypal would hold my money and... show more
    I made a paypal account for a craiglist transaction, paypal put my money on hold since it was $250 and it's impossible to withdraw it or even refund the this person so now paypal has basically stolen money. I used a fake name since this was a craiglist transaction, I had no idea paypal would hold my money and now I can't even confirm the identity
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • With inflation over the years, do you think being a millionaire is that big of a deal any more?

    Best answer: It's not too big a deal.

    About 10% of households have a million dollars. My wife and I are worth about $3 million and we just think of ourselves as middle class, but financially comfortable.
    Best answer: It's not too big a deal.

    About 10% of households have a million dollars. My wife and I are worth about $3 million and we just think of ourselves as middle class, but financially comfortable.
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • I changed bank accounts and my ssdi direct deposit. Says its scheduled for June 3rd. Is that this coming June or July? Thanks?

    Best answer: money will come in about a week
    Best answer: money will come in about a week
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Could go homeless if i dont get tax return need it asap?

    well im 24 and no job but worked four years anndid my 2017 taxes. suppose get good amount back but never received a thing. i need this money bad!! if i dont get it by july no way i can support myself any linger as remaining money will be surrendered to bills. what should i do? im in school almost finished but have... show more
    well im 24 and no job but worked four years anndid my 2017 taxes. suppose get good amount back but never received a thing. i need this money bad!! if i dont get it by july no way i can support myself any linger as remaining money will be surrendered to bills. what should i do? im in school almost finished but have to pass a test end term which aint no guarentee and i cant keep a job retail or fast food without losing my temper and wanting to fight. need help
    6 answers · 10 hours ago
  • Should I drop out of grad school lm in a hard spot?

    I’m in grad school and I’m doing an internship this summer that’s unpaid. It’s 12 hours a week. I work my internship M, W, F from 8:30 - 12:30. I work my graduate assistantship 30 hours a week M, W, F from 2:00 - 6:00 and Tuesday Thursday from 7Am - 6PM. I’m bogged down financially really bad. 30 hours a week at... show more
    I’m in grad school and I’m doing an internship this summer that’s unpaid. It’s 12 hours a week. I work my internship M, W, F from 8:30 - 12:30. I work my graduate assistantship 30 hours a week M, W, F from 2:00 - 6:00 and Tuesday Thursday from 7Am - 6PM. I’m bogged down financially really bad. 30 hours a week at $10/hour for my assistantship I can’t make enough to pay all my bills. I’m also not able to get financial aid/tuition assistance for my GA position over the summer. I’m going to owe $3,000 for the class plus an additional $2,000 for a car accident I was in. (I am choosing not to go through my insurance my deductible is literally the same as the cost to fix the car.) My bills add up to about $1,000 per month that’s without gas, food etc. Currently I only have $1,500 in my Savings account to last me the rest of the summer. I don’t know what to do. I’m thinking of dropping out of my internship so I can work a 2nd job that’s paid! However, doing so would put me behind a semester and this is the LAST class aside from my thesis in the fall that I need to graduate with my Masters. Advice?
    6 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Booked zero deposit Thomas cook holiday on a direct debit plan and now want to cancel but they say I can’t cancel unless I pay £400 deposit?

    Booked this holiday two weeks ago and due to unforeseen circumstances now have to cancel. It was a direct debit instalment plan which is due to come out for the first instalment this Friday the 25th. I had a live chat with them today saying I wanted to cancel and they said I had to pay £400 to cancel as this was... show more
    Booked this holiday two weeks ago and due to unforeseen circumstances now have to cancel. It was a direct debit instalment plan which is due to come out for the first instalment this Friday the 25th. I had a live chat with them today saying I wanted to cancel and they said I had to pay £400 to cancel as this was the deposit even though it was supposedly zero deposit upon booking. When I asked they said this was because the deposit was spread through the four months of the direct debit plan, but surely then this isn’t a deposit fee? Since I have paid nothing and I am no longer going on holiday why would I need to pay a security deposit on a holiday I won’t even be going on? And what will happen if I just go into my bank and cancel the direct debit from there? I really cannot afford this at the moment and I think it is outrageous to have to pay this amount of money to not even go on holidays! Also the holiday is 141 days away so I have certainly given them enough notice! Unsure what to do?? Any help please
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Bank account?

    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can I get money that is owed to me?

    I was hired to do work on some properties and promised to be paid when those properties were sold. Well they were sold but I haven't been paid. I'm owed about $25,000 but my dad (who hired me) refuses to pay in full as promised but instead is giving me $100/month as an allowance. So how can I get him to... show more
    I was hired to do work on some properties and promised to be paid when those properties were sold. Well they were sold but I haven't been paid. I'm owed about $25,000 but my dad (who hired me) refuses to pay in full as promised but instead is giving me $100/month as an allowance. So how can I get him to pay in full like he promised?
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Math Help?

    Best answer: Not really a mathematics question.
    Mathematically, yes you can.
    If the rent is half your salary, then you have to do everything else (including saving for later) on the other half.
    Most people cannot do that in reality. But mathematically, it is possible.

    Most financial advisor will tell you 1/3 is the limit.
    Best answer: Not really a mathematics question.
    Mathematically, yes you can.
    If the rent is half your salary, then you have to do everything else (including saving for later) on the other half.
    Most people cannot do that in reality. But mathematically, it is possible.

    Most financial advisor will tell you 1/3 is the limit.
    13 answers · 5 days ago
  • How does money transfer in online jobs work?

    I've never done an online job before and don't have much idea about how they work. However, I'm about to start one with my dad's bank account as I don't have my own. What exactly is the information I'm supposed to give about this account? Do I just have to give the account number or is there... show more
    I've never done an online job before and don't have much idea about how they work. However, I'm about to start one with my dad's bank account as I don't have my own. What exactly is the information I'm supposed to give about this account? Do I just have to give the account number or is there something more involved?
    6 answers · 2 days ago