Personal Finance's questions - Dutch iziqna

I’ve been on my own since I was 18. Balancing school, work, and bills. I thought I had it all figured out. I had a good job and was making good money. I was making so much money and my credit was great. I was able to finance my first car on my own with no assistance. But I kept getting new cars (this is my 4th... show more

Which car do you have?

24 answers · 2 days ago

Best answer: You are thinking it through correctly. Paying down debts is the right thing to do but only in safety. You are debating how much you need to be safe. That's the correct approach. You are also taking future large expenses into account.That's also correct. Avoid going into new debt while you are paying off... show more

Best answer: Money is the key to DRUGZ! If you have lots of drugs you can have lots of sex and fun.

Best answer: Insurance companies are in the business of "insuring" cars. They do not buy and sell cars. That is what car dealerships do. Drive your car to your dealership of choice. When you choose a new car, you can turn in the old one to them. They will apply the value to your new car, or you can sell it... show more

Years back, I became ill and ended up on disability. I lost all the money I had saved, for a down-payment, on my own house. I now live in a tiny low income apartments. Also, something “happened” to me in these apartments that left it’s mark on me. I am not giving any details but it is a reason I want to have my... show more

*Please read all to avoid irrelevant answers* I'm curious as to if this is normal when asking to have a higher credit card limit. I simply said that I'd like to double it to around 8k-10k. They are having me fill out applications, getting all sorts of info, references asking for employer supervisors etc.... show more

Opened a new bank account?

9 answers · 1 day ago
Best answer: A lot of banks these days are giving people cash bonuses to open an account. The easiest way would be to call the bank, they will be able to tell you for sure. We can only guess.

Best answer: If you don't want to borrow money, then offer to pay your friends a little each month. That will show good faith and still won't get you into debt.

I am a 16 year old high school student and I am thinking about applying to a few restaurants or pubs to get some job experience before I enter the big bad job market as an adult, one problem though; I don't have a bank account. Where I live I am too young to open a bank account fully in my name and my parents... show more

Is he even going to be able to put in enough money to be able to grow it enough for his retirement?

For example, if pretty much all someone does is go to work, never gets married, never has kids, never spends a lot on entertainment purposes, etc...

I'm 29 years old and I'm opening a new savings account for the first time in my life. I have $40,000 in cash I want to deposit. I had that money in my safe at home for years. It's my life savings. I know that there's a $10,000 deposit limit or the bank will report you to the IRS. Does that rule... show more

Best answer: As long as his credit is good and income sufficient to pay if you do not.