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my bills are paid every month but not on time! My house is ALWAYS LATE AND SO IS MY CAR PAYMENT. How do i juggle these payments so their on time?
Submitted Oct 16, 2013
Submitted Oct 15, 2013
I have 3 loans one for $500 ,with payments of 284 every two weeks,one for 1800,with payments of 134 every two weeks,one for 600 with variable payments question is my paycheck is at least 566 every two weeks,how can I get out of these loans sooner,as it,s said im robbing peter to pay paul and im over my head,please help
Submitted Oct 13, 2013
Dear Money Doctor, Thank you for your fast reply! I now have two spending plan categories as you suggested. However, I still forget to write down what I spend. Do you have any suggestions? Is there an easier way to keep track of spending than tracking every expense? Maybe I should keep a small amount of my discretionary fund in a separate checking account so...
Submitted Oct 6, 2013
I started collecting social security 3 years ago when i turned 65 and still continue to work full time @ +_ 80k. Should my monthly S.S. amount increase ???
Submitted Oct 1, 2013
Hi, thank you so much for taking my question about using a budget. I have written out a realistic budget that includes 12 categories and plans for even some future unexpected expenses. All wonderful on paper. But it takes too much effort to write down all spending as it comes out of the categories. Am I making this too hard? What is the simplest way to keep up...
Submitted Oct 1, 2013
My husband just passed away last Monday.I cannot find out if he had life insurance anywhere. I have scoured through his papers with no luck. His job was at U-Haul as part time and he did not have any through there that we can find. How can i find out if there is anything out there to help me.
Submitted Sep 30, 2013
What is the amount of money I should be saving each year as a percentage of my gross income? This does not include retirment savings plans. thx.
Submitted Sep 28, 2013
Hi there! I have 3 remaining debts: a mortgage, a small HELoC, and a student loan. Mortgage = $54k ($642 per month including taxes and insurance), HELoc = $12k ($137 per month), student loan = $53k ($379 per month). Interest deductions on my taxes for mortgage and HELoC, and a small tax benefit for my student loan. No credit card debt. I have been paying extra...
Submitted Sep 26, 2013