• How can I cut my roommates power?

    So she’s a ***** and refuses to pay me her utilities. I changed the internet password and she’s flipping her ****. But she always leaves all the power on. So how can I shut the power off on her when we’re gone?
    So she’s a ***** and refuses to pay me her utilities. I changed the internet password and she’s flipping her ****. But she always leaves all the power on. So how can I shut the power off on her when we’re gone?
    12 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 11 hours ago
  • Could I go for a skin cancer screening and, if I have skin cancer, then get medical insurance or would they deny me?

    Best answer: No. If you go for the screening and they find skin cancers, that is pre-existing condition. You pay out of pocket for any treatments.
    Best answer: No. If you go for the screening and they find skin cancers, that is pre-existing condition. You pay out of pocket for any treatments.
    11 answers · Insurance · 11 hours ago
  • Pros and Cons of selling my body?

    I'm a 22 year old female and I'm lazy. I'm thinking of selling my body through escorting.
    I'm a 22 year old female and I'm lazy. I'm thinking of selling my body through escorting.
    45 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 3 days ago
  • I was living in an apartment with three friends that died in a car accident. The landlord refused to let me out of the lease?

    I tried to negotiate with him, but he wouldn't do anything to help. He got a judgement against me that I still can't afford and evicted me. My parents told me to quit my job and focus on school. They now pay my rent directly for a studio apartment that a friend of theirs owns, so I have no income at... show more
    I tried to negotiate with him, but he wouldn't do anything to help. He got a judgement against me that I still can't afford and evicted me. My parents told me to quit my job and focus on school. They now pay my rent directly for a studio apartment that a friend of theirs owns, so I have no income at all. That was 3 years ago. Now the former landlord has passed away and the lawyer is demanding I pay immediately to settle the estate. My parents refuse to pay him because he was such a jerk in the situation. I've also been accepted to a grad program that will be an additional 3 years beginning this august before I start working. Will the estate continue to try to collect more than 3 years from now or will they likely drop it because it is just over $4k and probably not worth continuing to pursue for several more years?
    20 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 16 hours ago
  • How do you sell a house if you still have not paid off your mortgage to your bank?

    I am only a sophomore in high school but I’m intrested in the real estate business and can’t comprehend this. Lets say you are interested in a 400k house, but only have 185k for down payment, and you go to your bank to receive a loan to pay off the remaining 215k, and your a couple years into paying your mortgage.... show more
    I am only a sophomore in high school but I’m intrested in the real estate business and can’t comprehend this. Lets say you are interested in a 400k house, but only have 185k for down payment, and you go to your bank to receive a loan to pay off the remaining 215k, and your a couple years into paying your mortgage. If you decide you don’t want to live on that house anymore, but haven’t finished paying off the mortgage, how do you finish paying off the loan?
    22 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • Why is my mom an a**hole? I refuse to pay her rent?

    My mom is pestering me to move out but I can’t afford it right now. She always asks me for rent. I refuse to pay her rent because I can’t afford it. Plus I’m trying to save to move out. I also have a toddler that I have to take care of. What can I do?
    My mom is pestering me to move out but I can’t afford it right now. She always asks me for rent. I refuse to pay her rent because I can’t afford it. Plus I’m trying to save to move out. I also have a toddler that I have to take care of. What can I do?
    14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 10 hours ago
  • Should I deal with house?

    My mom passed away two years ago and I now live in her house. I had a mentally ill brother with me until he went to a nursing home a year ago. I have a brother that lives 5 hours away in an apartment and he always tells me to keep the house and I can't get it back. I saw my cousin and she will say what do you... show more
    My mom passed away two years ago and I now live in her house. I had a mentally ill brother with me until he went to a nursing home a year ago. I have a brother that lives 5 hours away in an apartment and he always tells me to keep the house and I can't get it back. I saw my cousin and she will say what do you think of the house? She doesn't tell me to sell it but I feel she leaning that way. I maintain the house well by myself. The house is in my name and the will of mom was only for me. I don't feel my cousin should have a say about the house. Should I just keep house and isn't it all my decision?
    17 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 16 hours ago
  • Wouldn't a retired nurse choose the very best medigap plan through experience?

    Best answer: What does nursing have to do with Health Insurance? Just because she is a good nurse doesn't mean she appropriately comprehends the financial risks of going uninsured. I assume at least 20% of requests on sites like GoFundMe are fraudulent anyway...maybe she does have coverage and is just trying to raise... show more
    Best answer: What does nursing have to do with Health Insurance? Just because she is a good nurse doesn't mean she appropriately comprehends the financial risks of going uninsured.

    I assume at least 20% of requests on sites like GoFundMe are fraudulent anyway...maybe she does have coverage and is just trying to raise some extra cash.
    10 answers · Insurance · 1 day ago
  • I worked for an alarm company in 2017 as an employee installing residential & commercial alarms. They haven’t given me work in about a year.?

    I get paid by the install. Is it legal? I’m still in their system as an employee, so they haven’t fired me.
    I get paid by the install. Is it legal? I’m still in their system as an employee, so they haven’t fired me.
    5 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 10 hours ago
  • Is there anything wrong with being quiet at work ?

    As most people I know , go to work don’t talk to anyone and just do there job . Is there anything wrong with that , I feel it’s the best way to avoid problems , to avoid anything . Silence means you just don’t want the headaches ...another reason is being I feel certain people whom I work with are fake to my face... show more
    As most people I know , go to work don’t talk to anyone and just do there job . Is there anything wrong with that , I feel it’s the best way to avoid problems , to avoid anything . Silence means you just don’t want the headaches ...another reason is being I feel certain people whom I work with are fake to my face so that’s honestly another reason , but then there is no win win on either side because they assume I might be upset with them . When I’m honestly not . Everything feels awkward because I don’t talk to my boss either it all started with him because I never spoke to him so even feeling that he may say things about me to my co/workers and them putting in there input makes me very uncomfortable me and my boss we have some unresolved misunderstandings that I feel maybe can never be cleared up , he acts like there is something wrong , I feel he too is fake to me and I just can’t stand that . I come there to do my job but from what I’ve seen he is not like that to anyone else maybe he assumes I don’t like him , there could be a number of reasons what he thinks I think of him but I don’t like that makes he me feel even more uncomfortable. He’s told me he likes how I work he said many times I’m a hard worker ..when I’m eating he gets up and leaves right away . When he asks me to do something for him I really never mind doing it but it’s behind the cover how he really is towards me .
    5 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 13 hours ago
  • Is having a savings worth it?

    Best answer: Your BF isn't very mature financially. Having some form of savings is important to having stability in your financial life. It can be for emergencies, unexpected expenses, loss of job, having children, buying a home, paying cash for a car, vacations, or simply for retirement. As much as anything else, a form of... show more
    Best answer: Your BF isn't very mature financially. Having some form of savings is important to having stability in your financial life. It can be for emergencies, unexpected expenses, loss of job, having children, buying a home, paying cash for a car, vacations, or simply for retirement. As much as anything else, a form of savings brings peace of mind.

    Depending on credit is a big risk -- and is expensive. What if he loses his job and can't pay his bills? His credit is damaged or ruined and he can't depend on it anymore. Then, having cash is necessary. Where is that cash coming from if not from a savings account? He can't borrow his way out of debt.

    If you plan to marry this guy, his financial irresponsibility will stay with him. You can't change him. It'll become a major point of friction in your marriage.
    19 answers · Personal Finance · 2 days ago
  • How do I deal with a nosy co-worker?

    Best answer: I have the solution for you. First, you need to be a bit more strong with this Fallopian Tube. Just tell him, that there are other hobbies than paying too much attention to fellow workers. Tell him to use his golden touch and look after his own work load while the rest of us are looking out for ours. Be strong... show more
    Best answer: I have the solution for you. First, you need to be a bit more strong with this Fallopian Tube. Just tell him, that there are other hobbies than paying too much attention to fellow workers. Tell him to use his golden touch and look after his own work load while the rest of us are looking out for ours. Be strong or he will climb all over you and that will lead to an intense battle someday.
    7 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
  • I made 7,400 dollars. Do I have to file my taxes?

    Best answer: You are required to file taxes. Your employer is cheating you. A hair washer in a salon does not qualify to be self employed. Because of this mis-classification, you will have to pay 7.63% of your income that you otherwise would not. I'd file form SS-8 if I was you. This way you will only pay what you owe... show more
    Best answer: You are required to file taxes.
    Your employer is cheating you. A hair washer in a salon does not qualify to be self employed. Because of this mis-classification, you will have to pay 7.63% of your income that you otherwise would not.

    I'd file form SS-8 if I was you. This way you will only pay what you owe and not your cheating employer has you paying. You will owe money since you have not paid any taxes for the year.
    13 answers · United States · 16 hours ago
  • My landlord is making me pay extra money for a fee she never told me about?

    So when I moved in my apartment in October I paid my rent on time at the end of it. Then I get a note on my door in November saying I'm going to get evicted if I dont pay my rent..I JUST MOVED IN and it's my 2nd month there so I'm like what are they talking about. So I went to the office and talked to... show more
    So when I moved in my apartment in October I paid my rent on time at the end of it. Then I get a note on my door in November saying I'm going to get evicted if I dont pay my rent..I JUST MOVED IN and it's my 2nd month there so I'm like what are they talking about. So I went to the office and talked to the landlord and supposedly there was a extra move in fee that I want told about, upon moving in I asked them how much money in total do I need and I gave them every penny total. So apparently there was a extra fee that she neglected to tell me about and secretly it has builder over $300 in a month. Now she wants me to be on this payment plan to pay like $367 every 2 weeks until my balance is cleared. But it's not my fault, I feel like I'm getting taken advantage of and I need my money for other stuff. Is this illegal? Should I be paying her this extra money when it's her fault not mine?
    17 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • Eviction and unpaid rent?

    I have a joint lease (jointly and severally liable) to rent an apartment, the other guy was around for 6 months but then left giving me very little notice. When he left, he had only paid one month’s rent though I did not know this at the time and the landlady didn’t mention that there was unpaid rent though she was... show more
    I have a joint lease (jointly and severally liable) to rent an apartment, the other guy was around for 6 months but then left giving me very little notice. When he left, he had only paid one month’s rent though I did not know this at the time and the landlady didn’t mention that there was unpaid rent though she was really very easy going. This was all two years ago, in the past year the landlady’s daughter has finished college and now got involved with running the administration. She is much more business-like and she has addressed the unpaid rent with me, she is also convinced that I was aware that the other tenant had unpaid rent when he left and that he had caused some damage to his room. My issues are she is now in the process of having me evicted and she is suing me through the small claims court for the outstanding rent and room damage which totals $5500. If the landlady's daughter had not got involved, I would likely have still been OK. The action the daughter is taking is going to cause me all sorts of problems with renting another property and big financial trouble. A friend says I need to realize some realities, he says that I signed a joint lease making either of us liable for paying the full rent so putting me in big renting and financial difficulty should not be any concern at all to her, there is a business to run and evicting and suing me is just what the landlady should have been doing. Is he talking sense?
    22 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 3 days ago
  • My landlord is trying to do too much remodeling while I live here. What can I do to make him stop or let me out of the lease?

    Two weeks ago, I came home and no longer had a kitchen at all. I was given no notice. My stuff (dishes etc) had been moved into the living room and the food in my fridge had been set outside. It wasn't cold enough so most of the food got thrown out. Now he sent me a letter that they are beginning the... show more
    Two weeks ago, I came home and no longer had a kitchen at all. I was given no notice. My stuff (dishes etc) had been moved into the living room and the food in my fridge had been set outside. It wasn't cold enough so most of the food got thrown out. Now he sent me a letter that they are beginning the bathroom remodel tomorrow and I need to make other arrangements as it will take 2 weeks. It is too much. I can't be without a bathroom. At this point, would it be fair to demand he either let me out of the lease or put me up in an extended stay until they are finished? I'm considering taking tomorrow off and turning the contractors away at the door, even calling the police if they refuse to leave. There is nothing wrong with the bathroom that needs fixed. It isn't repairs.
    12 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 14 hours ago
  • Landlords lost my rent check. I did a lot of work. They will negotiate a reduction.. What is a fair amount?

    Best answer: So you wrote a check and then proceeded to spend the money...? Buddy, you really need to be more responsible than that. Anyway, the bank will not cash that check because it is more than six months old, and so the landlord would be dependent on you issuing him a new check. In such a case, I would simply move as... show more
    Best answer: So you wrote a check and then proceeded to spend the money...? Buddy, you really need to be more responsible than that.

    Anyway, the bank will not cash that check because it is more than six months old, and so the landlord would be dependent on you issuing him a new check. In such a case, I would simply move as planned and decline to do so as the landlord's poor record keeping is not really my problem.

    However, to answer your question, you might offer a compromise of 1/2 what is owed. This way you are at least fairly reimbursed for your gas and supplies along with a little extra for your time.
    13 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago