• Do I need to pay the Rent if I'm moving out two days after the rent is due?

    So I live in South Dakota and I'm going to be moving out of my apartment in a couple months when my lease is up, but the thing is that my lease ends on the third of the month and rent is due on the first. Do I still need to pay the rent even if I'm moving out two days later?
    So I live in South Dakota and I'm going to be moving out of my apartment in a couple months when my lease is up, but the thing is that my lease ends on the third of the month and rent is due on the first. Do I still need to pay the rent even if I'm moving out two days later?
    27 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • What do i tell parents when they belittle me about Job Market OUT of California???

    Long story short, 24 I will be getting my Master's Degree in Finance in a year......I live in california, which is expensive to live in, and plan to move out of state. Long story short, whenever I tell them I'm moving out of California, they belittle me and say that there's no jobs outside of... show more
    Long story short, 24 I will be getting my Master's Degree in Finance in a year......I live in california, which is expensive to live in, and plan to move out of state. Long story short, whenever I tell them I'm moving out of California, they belittle me and say that there's no jobs outside of California.........What's a comeback or what could I say to that?? I feel belittled and attacked for expressing my opinion to them and need advice :(
    17 answers · Financial Services · 1 day ago
  • Buying a home somewhere I don’t plan on staying forever?

    I currently don’t like the state I am because all the drama with my family. But currently the money opportunity is better than where I want to move. I got approved for a home and my mom would be staying with me. Maybe I’ll leave her there to leave I live or plan sell it. Idk but just wondering is it foolish to buy... show more
    I currently don’t like the state I am because all the drama with my family. But currently the money opportunity is better than where I want to move. I got approved for a home and my mom would be staying with me. Maybe I’ll leave her there to leave I live or plan sell it. Idk but just wondering is it foolish to buy a home if I don’t plan on staying forever
    16 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • If I told the girl who rents from us that she has to move then told her she could stay then told her a month later she has to move, rude?

    I told her she has to move out then told her she could stay then now decided that I want her to move out. She has always paid rent on time and easy going she is a student. my husband and I have been talking about it infront of her bedroom window so its not such a shock to her. She must have heard and has an idea... show more
    I told her she has to move out then told her she could stay then now decided that I want her to move out. She has always paid rent on time and easy going she is a student. my husband and I have been talking about it infront of her bedroom window so its not such a shock to her. She must have heard and has an idea that Im going to ask her to leave. Is this fine? or would you be a bit upset? She is leaving in a week for summer and wont be able to physically be here to check out places but thats her problem right? i told my husband infront of her bedroom window "it wont be easy telling her but family first". its our place we can do what we want right? we're not treating her badly I hope lol
    21 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • What is a good way to save money for an apartment?

    I have been wanting to find a place to live but I am having troubles saving money, eventually I want a family but FIRST I need MY OWN HOME. Is there any suggestions or strategies that may have helped you?
    I have been wanting to find a place to live but I am having troubles saving money, eventually I want a family but FIRST I need MY OWN HOME. Is there any suggestions or strategies that may have helped you?
    13 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 14 hours ago
  • Does a landlord have to inform new tenants about a death on the property?

    So we're moving house And the house is near my friends and apparently the woman who used to live there died inside the house. Is our landlord legally obliged to inform us that a person has died in the house? (i live in England) Thank you!
    So we're moving house And the house is near my friends and apparently the woman who used to live there died inside the house. Is our landlord legally obliged to inform us that a person has died in the house? (i live in England) Thank you!
    14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 20 hours ago
  • Can my rental management company legally make a revision to my lease?

    My apartment complex recently distributed a notice that there will be a lease revision so that no one can smoke in or around their apartments. Can they actually enforce this revision although we ve already signed the original lease that doesn t mention anything about smoking?
    My apartment complex recently distributed a notice that there will be a lease revision so that no one can smoke in or around their apartments. Can they actually enforce this revision although we ve already signed the original lease that doesn t mention anything about smoking?
    12 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 15 hours ago
  • What do women want?

    Money or love?
    Money or love?
    94 answers · Marketing & Sales · 6 days ago
  • Part time job gives me anxiety! should I quit?

    I just started working at walmart the other day as a cashier. It's really stressful to me because it's my first job and I'm scared of taking too much time counting money, packing bags or finding the codes for the vegetables that don't have any tags... Also, the store that I work at has very few... show more
    I just started working at walmart the other day as a cashier. It's really stressful to me because it's my first job and I'm scared of taking too much time counting money, packing bags or finding the codes for the vegetables that don't have any tags... Also, the store that I work at has very few employees so most of the time, there will only be 2 or 3 cashiers so in peak hours, it's a total disaster! Sometimes, even customer service associates have to leave customer service so they can open a cash register! So, should I quit? It's my first job and I've only been there for less than a week... But it gives me so much anxiety!
    17 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 3 days ago
  • My “Friend” got the job I worked so hard for.?

    My friend and I recently applied for a Trainer position at our company, we both made it to the 2nd interview and she got the position. I am furious/ sad, I have worked at my company for 2 years and have experience helping with the training new hire class and much more experience then her. However, she was picked!... show more
    My friend and I recently applied for a Trainer position at our company, we both made it to the 2nd interview and she got the position. I am furious/ sad, I have worked at my company for 2 years and have experience helping with the training new hire class and much more experience then her. However, she was picked! I’m meeting with the manager next Tuesday to discuss my opportunities on what I could have done “better”. The reason I am bothered is because my friend said she did not even what this position, she only applied for the interview experience. She has worked for the company for 6 months and asked me for ideas how better herself. What should I do? I told her congratulations, but I am pissed. She hasn’t responded or tried reaching out saying she is sorry.
    13 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 18 hours ago
  • What are the USA self employed tax brackets?

    Best answer: There are no self-employment brackets. The tax brackets are the same for everyone. It's based on taxable income. When you are self-employed, YOU must calculate, on your Schedule C (whichever version applies) plus supporting forms and schedules, what your net business income is - not the gross, but what you... show more
    Best answer: There are no self-employment brackets. The tax brackets are the same for everyone. It's based on taxable income. When you are self-employed, YOU must calculate, on your Schedule C (whichever version applies) plus supporting forms and schedules, what your net business income is - not the gross, but what you earned after all allowable business deductions were taken.

    After that, it's the same for everybody. The person who has $40,000 in taxable income from a job after all allowable deductions will owe the same INCOME tax as a self-employed person with the same exact taxable income.

    The only difference between the wage-earner and the self-employed person is that the self-employed person will pay somewhat more tax in total. That is because, in the US, when you are a wage-earner, the taxes you owe for the Social Security retirement benefit and Medicare coverage at age 65 are deducted, by law, from your pay by your employer. The employer must match that amount, and pay the total to the federal government. It's called the 'payroll tax'.

    When you are self-employed, you are both employer and employee. As the employee, you pay the same payroll tax as any employee, a percentage of your earnings. As employer, you must pay the employer's share. So you end up paying both halves of it.

    So, the bottom line is, how much of that £120,000 is net income? Let's say, for the sake of example, that you clear, after business costs, £80,000. That's roughly equal to $107,000 USD.

    In the US, someone with that income who is single will have it reduced by the $12,000 standard deduction (if they have allowable itemized deductions, it can be reduced further). So they would have taxable income of $95,000.

    The first just under $10 k is taxed at 10%. Anything up to $77,000 is taxed at 12%. The remaining is taxed at 22%. Their overall (or blended) rate might be about 15% Add to that the 7.65% payroll tax that came out of their $107,000 gross wages. Total tax rate about 22.5% not counting any state or local taxes. Many states have no state income tax. For the self-employed, their income tax would be the same at about 15%. The self-employment tax of about 15% would make their total tax rate about 30% before state and local taxes.
    12 answers · United States · 1 day ago
  • I have a collection notice what can I do?

    Got a collection notice from the old apartment I used to stay in and moved do to rent increasing and owed late fees and last months rent, I have a low income so I can't pay that much what can I do? Will they sue me?
    Got a collection notice from the old apartment I used to stay in and moved do to rent increasing and owed late fees and last months rent, I have a low income so I can't pay that much what can I do? Will they sue me?
    17 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • My bosses are going to be out of town when I want to give my notice. How and when should I tell them?

    I'm leaving my job due to anxiety, stress, and depression. We used to have two people doing my job, but for the past 1.5 years I've been doing double (sometimes triple) the work. I've been with the company almost 3 years and I've been so completely miserable that I honestly would rather kill myself... show more
    I'm leaving my job due to anxiety, stress, and depression. We used to have two people doing my job, but for the past 1.5 years I've been doing double (sometimes triple) the work. I've been with the company almost 3 years and I've been so completely miserable that I honestly would rather kill myself than continue working here. At the moment, I'm in a dilemma of when I should tell them and how. I was planning on Monday, July 2nd, but I just found out that both of my bosses are going to be out of town for a conference. The company is so small that they're the only ones I would report to. I need my last day to be July 11th because my family is coming to town to visit until the end of the month. My boss never got back to me on the approval of the dates I originally requested off, but I just want to be gone by then. I want to give them at least a little notice because I'm the only one at the company that can do my job. I'm afraid if I tell them sooner they won't accept my notice and I don't want to run into issues getting my paycheck on the 29th. This company has always been kinda sketchy. Should I plan on my original date and tell them in an email? Or risk telling them early? Or any other suggestions?
    12 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 23 hours ago
  • I used my brothers debit card to order items. Mostly clothing. What do i do? I feel sh***y?

    Best answer: Of course he will know. You took the money right out of his bank. A debit card is not a credit card. It empties the account at the bank. You better tell him or he will try to buy food or gas with his debit and not be able to if all the money is gone.
    Best answer: Of course he will know. You took the money right out of his bank. A debit card is not a credit card. It empties the account at the bank. You better tell him or he will try to buy food or gas with his debit and not be able to if all the money is gone.
    12 answers · Credit · 1 day ago
  • Whose orders should i obey?

    My direct superior (VP) who has sent me a written order or the company President who verbally ordered me the opposite of what my direct superior ordered?
    My direct superior (VP) who has sent me a written order or the company President who verbally ordered me the opposite of what my direct superior ordered?
    11 answers · Other - Business & Finance · 1 day ago