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Submitted Aug 23, 2015
Hi! I am 51 years old and and I am in college part time at night completing my Bachelors in Accounting. I am a late bloomer and I am starting a long term temporary position for 7 months. I will be making 20.00 per 40 hours a week. I am looking for permanent work, but for now I will take what i can get while I have 4 semesters left until I graduate. I need some...
Submitted Aug 13, 2015
Submitted Aug 12, 2015
I have 8 student loans with Mohela/US Dept of Education, that I am currently repaying. I was 120 days past due for several months back in 2012, prior to that time and since then I have made all my monthly payments on time. However, it still shows up as a negative factor on my credit reports. How do I go about changing this? This is the biggest hurdle to improving my...
Submitted Aug 12, 2015
My Mother who is 95 yrs old has a life insurance, She has been paying $14.00 on it since she was 60 years old. She is still live and well, Initial sum value is 1200.00 and doubled beginnig 11th year. There is also a table of values which i cannot read. What do you think the cash value would be?
Submitted Aug 11, 2015
I want to fill application to fund my future grandchild (my son's child) college education. My son lives in CA state and I live in PA. Please let me know how to do this. Thanks
Submitted Aug 9, 2015
Submitted Aug 7, 2015
I am a 20 year old college student and will be living/renting off campus housing this year. Will my parents homeowners insurance cover me for renters insurance at no additional costs.
Submitted Aug 6, 2015
I opened an UTMA account for my son, age 16. I want to fund the account with shares of mutual funds I already own. I simply want to transfer the funds into his account. If I transfer all of the funds I'd like to, which is over the yearly $14,000 gift tax limit, may I deduct the amount over the limit as part of the federal estate tax exemption?
Submitted Aug 4, 2015
Hi, I am trying to create a retirement budget based on my budget today to figure out how much I'll need to save for retirement. My problem is that I don't know how to estimate what I will pay in taxes when I retire. I'll have income from a TIAA-CREF pension, savings dividends and social security. Can you tell me where I can look to estimate the percentage I'll be...
Submitted Aug 3, 2015