Personal Finance's questions - Hindi iziqna

Best answer: Call the lien holder and see if you can work something out. Chances are they will not let you get it back without paying off the full balance and cost of the repossession, but call and see what you work out.

8.50 am this morning (Friday 22nd March 2019) when I went into a supermarket to buy my lunch, before that 7.35 am this morning to pay for my bus ticket (the company that operates the service I rely on will ONLY accept cash.

My mother had a diamond ring appraised in 1991, would the ring be worth the same/less/more today in 2019? For both curiosity's sake and adding it to home insurance.

What is the value of peace?

10 answers · 17 hours ago

Extremely poor. How to ask the IRS for a waiver?

Is one way better than the other? I know some employers will match your contributions, but I have only heard of that in regards to when they offer it. Would they do that if I set one up on my own through my bank instead?

Best answer: Short answer, yes. You do only need a cosigner over 18. Just make sure it's someone you trust because if their name is on the account they can access the funds. However, it is not true that a minor has no rights over the account and the adult has to OK any transactions like one user said. You can get your own... show more

I live in Wisconsin, USA.

I was negative in my checking but I also had a savings (0 balance) connected to the account. I checked back onto my online account and was shown, "Please check with your company's online banking administrator." and it won't let me do anything. All evidence of the account is gone, I checked my... show more

I have about $13,000 in investments no debt and am 20 years old would you consider that well off for someone my age? I have always wanted to be wealthy one day as I come from a poor family. So that s mainly why I am asking.

Best answer: As soon as you start earning you start paying. As a guide, 20% of your take-home pay should go towards your food and rent until you earn enough to pay a realistic amount. I started work when I was 15 and was happy an proud to hand over a fifth of my first wage towards my keep and to keep doing so.

For the last 2 years, I’ve rented rooms in my house. This has happened to me twice... A guy will say that he is a financial advisor that works for a local bank. Seems intelligent, checks out with certain things that he says. Enjoys talking about the markets... and in particular real estate investing. They’ll act... show more

Assuming you have no debt.

Is $17,000 good in bank at 17?

13 answers · 5 days ago

I am about to graduate college and I was wondering what I can do to start saving for a house. I went through college basically debt free, and have a decent job set up for after graduation.

I’m 22 and am now in the process of setting up 401k. I plan on investing in it until I retire around 65. Here in the picture are my options. Is there any one I should put 100 in or should I put a little here a little there? Any particular ones and why? Would I need to re-adjust what I choose over time? I’d... show more