Personal Finance's questions - Hindi iziqna

I mean without withdrawing from a retirement or selling your home or taking on any debt You should be able to come up with $250,000 from your savings. I assume you wouldn’t have a problem here. Or do you not have savings?!

I need $200 in my bank now!?

11 answers · 21 hours ago
I need $200 desperately today for a plane ticket but I am not working atm. How can I get it asap?

Why r my parants stupid.?

10 answers · 15 hours ago
My mum keps askin me 2 do things around the house lik cookin and ironin and washing dishes as well as cleaning the whole bathroom and walking the dogs and ... I feel lik her slaive bcause she won't even let me hav money for it. I wanted an iphone 6 and she wont buy me one so I've asked for pocket money and... show more

Best answer: In the USA, pensions vested after five years (after the Tax Reform Act of 1986). So if his company offered a pension (known as a defined benefit plan) he would have been covered. As others have stated, the formula for calculating the future benefit is often not much. For example, an average of his salary... show more

How much raise am I getting?

11 answers · 2 days ago

Best answer: Per federal law, the initial clearance is required to occur in 2 days or less. The full clearance can take up to 21 days. You are going to have to read the papers you signed/agreed to when you opened the account. I would surmise that you agreed to this.

Best answer: Depends on what state you're in, but you may qualify for disability through your previous job. It's not a lot, but it's something. Your husband's take home seems very low for working 2 jobs, even if they are at minimum wage. See if you qualify for medicaid and/or social assistance. If there is a... show more

1. I'm 16 have no debt and live with parents 2. I have $50,000 3. want to retire as soon as able. What is my next step at this point to retire?

I have no credit debt and have six months of savings. With that in mind, each month I have about $60 left over that I currently just put in the bank, but i wonder if it could be serving me better invested elsewhere. I know it's not a lot of money, but I figure it adds up over time.

If I change my identity , as in I move address change my name , and setup a new bank account will I be able to start a new credit file ? If I ever get asked on applications if I was known by previous names I’ll say No , I know this is fraud but I don’t care , it will be 6 years till I will have a clean slate as... show more

So i want to move out of my parents house im 20 years old. I have no rent and a SUV and motorcycle already paid off so the only bill i have is insurance. I plan on saving up enough money to buy a cheap house that needs work with cash. The way I see it is that if I have no mortgage and no car payments I could just... show more

Best answer: Direct deposit is better. No trips to the bank, no battling weather, no holiday shut downs.

Retirement income?

6 answers · 1 day ago