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I have an deceased husband and I receive Social Security for my twins..and I only work part time i wanna go full is there a cap on what I can make in a year?
Submitted Aug 7, 2014
I have a 14 yr. old son working for a local farmer. He will make approx. $3000 this summer. Is this income taxable to him, what about FICA.. thanks
Submitted Aug 2, 2014
Submitted Jul 17, 2014
dear staff at 360 degrees of Financial Literacy; First, I wish to let you know that I feel very blessed to find your website. And, thank you so much for your reply. My questions: I am a homemaker (no children). Now I am in my 50s and I only live on my husband income. My questions : 1/I heard after a wife reaches age 62, I can get approximately less than half of...
Submitted Jul 23, 2014
I have homeowner's insurance with 100,000 liability. My son forgot to lock the car door with his friend's suitcases inside. All of his belongings were stolen from our vehicle. Insurance says that because his friend is not a member of our household, they will NOT cover his belongings. Would it be covered by our liability?
Submitted Jul 29, 2014
I submitted a question last week and your company acknowledged having received it. But I still haven't received an answer. It was regarding taxability on a life insurance policy that will be surrendered with an outstanding loan balance on it. Thanks.
Submitted Jul 23, 2014
I am delinquent property taxes for my primary residence and a rental house. Both are mortgage free and because of my fixed income from SSDI I was turned down for a loan. What can I do before the county tries to evict me?
Submitted Jul 16, 2014
I live in California and make 122k a year, My debt is 44k my rent is $1985. How can I come up with a plan to quickly pay down my debt? My other costs are approx. $500 a month. Half of my debt is a consolidated student loan. I tried to get a debt consolidation loan but cannot.
Submitted Jul 4, 2014
My wife was injured falling from stairs at a friend's home where we were house sitting. He rents the home, so I assume it's the actual OWNER that would need to be involved. My question: Would attempting to file claim on his home owner's policy (my wife was not insured at the time) in any way damage him or his insurance (i.e. - increased premiums, etc.)? Also, how...
Submitted Jul 14, 2014