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I am 27 years old and I am transferring for the University of Houston. I have an A.S. from Lee Jr. College. I have all my semester paid for except for $1800.00. I need to find a help for this balance. It is due by August 21. Could you suggest any possible sources. Thanks
Submitted Aug 14, 2013
Hubby and I are both veterans, so we are using our benefits to purchase a brand new home. We qualify for zero down, and the builder is paying the closing costs. My question is...I'm a little confused on how the escrow works for homeowners insurance. Do I need to come to closing with the full premium amount that will be put in escrow and then paid by the escrow...
Submitted Aug 16, 2013
My grandmother owns two house,one house is in her name only and the other is in mine and my dad plus her.She''s going into a nursing home, we're going to sell her house to pay for all her needs. I'm just wondering about the other house that we own that she don't live or pay into.
Submitted Aug 17, 2013
i am 28 and graduated from uf with an architecture degree and realized I wanted to become a neurosurgeon. I am taking my medical exam this September. i have $67k in student debt. 36k federal and 31k private. Chase is demanding their money and I only make $2500 as I have been studying for my medical exam. I do not know what to do . I live with my grandmother.
Submitted Aug 20, 2013
Were is the best place to put money to save for a house down payment. I have 30000.00 to invest. Im planing to buy in six months to a year. Thank you. Dave
Submitted Aug 11, 2013
Submitted Jul 31, 2013
I am the ownwer of a fixed rate deferred annuity contract. Can I accomplish a tax free transfer of ownership to my spouse? Jim Palmer
Submitted Aug 3, 2013
I have a 401K upward of $450,000.00 The market is high and bonds dying I am nervous about leaving it. I feel treasury bonds and muni bonds have an unsafe future. I like to move half to a life time indexed annuity Can I do that at 50 years of age?
Submitted Aug 6, 2013
My 80+ year-old parents both receive social security, their only source of income. Because their combined income STILL is not sufficient for them to live in their home, family members have been "lending" money to them each month to make ends meet. If either parent ends up in a nursing home, and likely eligible for Medicaid, will the spouse remaining in the home no...
Submitted Aug 2, 2013