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"3. Bankruptcy. If you are entitled to bankruptcy protections for your account, this communication is only for informational purposes. It is not an attempt to collect, assess, or recover a debt or claim. Do not send any payments directly to us without speaking with your attorney or Bankruptcy... show more


the asset is an old truck. it was my first car. it has a ton of sentimental value, but i also cannot use it for transportation because i cant afford the gas it uses (i have another car 95 camry)... and when its driven often it needs a whole lot of attention in the way or repairs and maintenance. i havent been... show more

Best answer: If they complain that they are broke and don't have enough money, then they can't really afford it, can they? They are people who obviously make poor financial choices and 10 to 1 they owe a lot to charge cards and loans. They will never get ahead as a consequence. People who are constantly... show more

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.

Best answer: You do very well. That's cheap actually. I usually spend around £40-£50 on groceries for two of us.

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.

What is the value of peace?

11 answers · 2 days ago

Best answer: Almost all the time. I hate the idea that all my purchases and buying habits are being monitored, accumulated and then sold. Cash purchases still provide anonymity.



Assuming you have no debt.

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

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

I live in Wisconsin, USA.


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?

I'm 36. If I go into residential care will they take away my SS AND SSI?



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