So recently I went to a long island high-school but I put it under a buisness adress cause I don't live there. I got caught and I really want to go back No answer yet please help me please
it won't reduce what you've lready earned for 65, but you'll work fewer years so probably have lower benefit.
Yes someone is angry, but it is at the corporate level, and it will not be your personal banker. As far as seeking revenge, ask anyone who lost their home in the 2007 bank fiasco, the sub prime lenders, and the banks who got bailed out to the amount of trillions of dollars.
If you are working still with the company, you likely can't If you have left the company, contact the company holding your 401k and find out what paperwork you need to send them. Expect to lose about 30% of the total value in penalties and withholding for taxes. If you are working still with the … Continue reading If you are working still with the company, you likely cant If you have left the company, contact the company holding your 401k and find out what paperwork you need to send them
Don't quit. It will be one of many life lessons teaching you humility. If you run away from this lesson God will force you to repeat this tribulation again and next time it will be even more embarrassing. Learn to laugh at your self. It really is not that big of a deal. Especially if … Continue reading Dont quit
I don't know the specs, but that does not sound like a good price. If you spend that much, the computer better have the best component in every category.
Indirect real estate investment refers to buying property through real estate investment trusts, share in companies and land banking scheme.
Filing joint MAY be better for you. However, you state you did not have health care. If you have enough income to file, that's an automatic $695 ding on your tax bill, and rises if your income goes higher. On the joint return, that income will include your wife's income. You may want to see … Continue reading Filing joint MAY be better for you
actually, it is never too early to think about retirement… a 25 year old should give that some serious thought, so should a 37 year old… at those ages, retirement is probably numerous years away, but it takes some good planning to make it happen… saving 10% (or more) of your pay check for the … Continue reading actually, it is never too early to think about retirement
It means you have to either sign-up for the benefits (elect – make your choice) or decline (waive) them entirely. Generally, you can't waive coverage from your employer unless you have proof of coverage under some other plan – such as your spouse's plan, or you already have coverage and want to keep it. However … Continue reading It means you have to either sign-up for the benefits (elect – make your choice) or decline (waive) them entirely