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My girlfriend can't afford health insurance. Advice?

13 answers · Insurance · 5 days ago
We live together, but can't get married. We aren't ready and we don't want to be forced to. My work does not offer domestic partnership for my insurance. She is over 26 so she is unable to be on her parents insurance plan. She is also currently in school, where they require her to work part-time.... show more

Can rent be paid in gold and silver?

32 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
Would a landlord accept payment if you had gold and silver pieces (.999 or 1 Troy ounce)? It would be interesting to try and see since it is legal currency

Employment application: Was this restaurant manager rude or just being honest?

27 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
Okay I'm not going to say the name of the restaurant but I've been going there for a while now and I really enjoy their food, but I'm also looking for a job, so I decided to apply for a job there. I filled out my application online, and two days later I called wishing to speak with a manager to follow... show more

Why is property taxes legal?

15 answers · United States · 2 days ago
Best answer: Been wondering that myself. I mean.. I own my car so why?

Best answer: I think your main mistake is putting all your eggs in one basket. I’d have tried for other similar estableshments. Why they didn’t want you - I can’t possibly say. It may be your interview style, your hygiene or maybe that they were jealous of you. Or maybe they thought they needed someone but hired tbe bosses... show more

Why can’t I get a auto loan?

23 answers · Credit · 2 days ago
I am 19 and I found a 35k Jeep and I was able to negotiate the price down to 27k with my trade in of 11k. My trade in is fully paid off. I make around 2k a month. I can’t get the loan of 27k. The most the bank will give me is 15k. I was curious as to why? My credit score is 740, I have no bills, I’ve never missed a... show more

The new landlord gave us keys and we moved in December 1st. Now he is demanding rent for October and November saying we are still responsible for those months since we signed a lease. Today he posted a 3 day notice to pay or quit demanding 2 months rent and late fees. I don't want him to file an eviction... show more

Renters Insurance?

14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 17 hours ago
Several months ago, some friends and I moved into an apartment in New Hampshire and signed a lease with landlord A, who did not require renters insurance. A few months later, Landlord A sold the property to landlord B who took over the lease as it was (with no renters insurance required). Now Landlord B has... show more

Is it legal to rent to people and have them live in the gaRAGE?

15 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 22 hours ago

Why is American healthcare so wrong?

14 answers · Insurance · 3 days ago
Best answer: Insurance companies have an open enrollment period where you can buy, usually beginning in January. The idea is to induce you to buy insurance by giving you only a short period to do so. The ACA open enrollment is November to February but there is no individual mandate beginning in January so he can buy a cheaper... show more

Am I liable for a fall on the property I'm renting.?

19 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
I am renting a house in PA and an unknown person sent a letter from a lawyer to the rental office, claiming to have fallen over garbage that I allegedly, placed out on the curb during Trash collection Day. Should I get a lawyer? Can I be sued or evicted?

Prove to me that stocks are not gambling?

17 answers · Investing · 2 days ago
Best answer: The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) on my birthday in 1995 was 5,023. Today it is 24,597. If you are trying to make money in the short run, you are up against computers and professionals that do this for a living. You will not be happy. If you invest for the long term, you will be happy.

Boss bullying me?

16 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 3 days ago
Best answer: Either buck up or report it -- but know that there could be consequences if you do (even companies who have strong whistle-blower and no-retaliation policies struggle with retaliation). Do you have any witnesses? If not, it's a he-said she-said situation. I would start by documenting everything. Dates, details,... show more

Do you still write a cover letter for a job that you are not fully qualified?

13 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 22 hours ago
Most of the jobs require 1-3 or a few years of experience. Usually I will just ignore it if I have similar work experience and most of the required technical skills, and I will spend some time to write a cover letter. However, if the jobs say something like, at least or minimum 3 - 5 years, do you think it is wise... show more

Are you good at your job?

21 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
Best answer: Yeaaa