Hi everyone I'm 18 years old and live in a poverty stricken single mother household.
I need to be realistic with myself and hope for a better life which is why I think its best if I get some technical training at a vocational college like a 2 year diploma would be best.
I'm not smart enough to go to...
I am 20 years old, and today I have no job and I'm not in college. I do not want any friends (though I do have quite a few "imaginary" friends), I'm currently living off SSI and all I do is listen to music, look at pictures of my favorite cartoon characters on my computer, randomly go around town...
I'm a nurse.
Im 18 and not moving out of my parents until im 20. I want to start building my credit and i also want a guitar amp that costs $3000. Am i able to get a credit card without having any credit? If so will i be able to spend as much as $3000 on it?
I don't understand how people lost their homes when they could just pay the monthly mortgage payments. Did the payments go up? Did people's day jobs salary get reduced?
I m 19 and recently I have started working 2 jobs. I ve always wanted to have my own house and currently with my 2 jobs I am going to be making around $3,200 a month. I ve been looking at houses for sale on zilow and it says that the morgage is around 600 to 1000 a month. I plan on doing allot more research but I...
I've heard you shouldn't tell your realtor how much you can afford to pay for a property.
My cousins have this sort of living arrangement, living on a third floor walk up with a baby and toddler. I don't think its safe or good with kids. What do you think?
its 1000 square feet and has a bathroom, kitchen and living room with hardwood floors
I decided to quit my current job because I didn't like the company's new managment politics, instead of fussing over the things that I didn't like I decided to leave. After all was done and settled, I've been offered a job soon after I left by the company's most important customer, since I...
My friend and I are both college students and decided to get our first apartment together in January. We live in a 4-bedroom college apartment and our other roommate is a random the property managers matched for us. About a week into moving in, she told us her boyfriend would stay for a little bit at times but he...
I have couple grand saved up on my bank. I'm still living with my grandparents sadly. Unemployed for 8 months. I have no idea what to do or how to save money. I don't plan on buying a house or apartment anytime soon I just want to live and have lots of money and take care of myself.
I pay $660 for a two bedroom apartment, 1000 square feet, the monthly price of $660 includes heat & AC & water & electricity, hardwood floors in the living room and a stove and fridge, balcony etc. Is this cheap or too much?
I am 26 years old, almost 27. I don't plan on having kids until I am married and have a house. Is this the right thing to do as opposed to having a child in the near future and living in an apartment without a good job and husband?