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  • So I got a new job at a local restaurant that pays me 8 an hour for a 5 hour shift, PLUS an extra hour if it was a day that was busy and exceeds the usual closing schedule. Averaging in the extra 6th hour every other day. I have a couple questions as this is my first job and I'm not too experienced with the working field yet. Is this an average pay for a teen that works 6 days a week ? Is it considered 'full time' work? Since I will be going to college soon. (The shift is from 3PM to 8PM, respectively.) I still live with my parents so I don't have much to pay for except for maybe party expenses and gas. At the restaurant they do not have a tip pool and the servers/staff doesn't get to keep tips, so I was wondering if this has an effect on anything as well. The last paycheck I clocked off at 73 hours for two weeks so I got ~584 , rounding off to 600 for easier estimates. In the end is this a good job? It isn't maintenance heavy and it's a relaxing atmosphere most of the time. I was wondering because making 300 a week still seems a bit too little for me since I'm doing 6 days a week. Then again, it's only a 5 hour shift.
  • You don't get to keep tips? What kind of a restaurant is that? That sounds wrong. I would check with your local government, or ask your fellow servers about that. It's good money since you don't have to pay for hardly anything. If you can to live on it, it would be very tough, as more than half your pay would be going to rent. Basically, though, it's minimum wage. You still have to pay taxes even if you're paid in cash, so keep track of everything and report it. However, since you're not full time, you probably won't have to pay taxes, but you should look up the tax rates to be sure. Full time is 40 hours a week, or at least 35. If you work overtime, then it sounds like you're full-time sometimes. However, if it's 30 hours a week then I wouldn't consider it full-time. Yes, minimum wage is average pay. Save as much money as you can, as you will be happy to have it later. If you enjoy it, take it.
  • There is no Federal Inheritance Tax (Estate Tax, yes but that is a different tax altogether) and there is no Inheritance Tax for the State of California. You will not owe any taxes on your inheritance unless the first $11,000 came from an IRA or other "retirement" account (401(k), 403(b), etc.. If that is the case, consult a Tax Professional now, before you spend any of it because some of it may be taxable. The money from the Real Estate is not taxable at all.
  • Any estate tax liability should have been paid by the estate before distributions to beneficiaries. Estate distributions are generally not income and, therefore, there is no income tax due.
  • inheritance is not taxable
  • Marijuana with grapes being second and then almonds. http://norml.org/legal/item/california-t...
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  • Marijuana.
  • A very simple process. You will have to pay your half of the escrow fees, a title insurance policy, and minor other closing costs. The total cost should be about 2% over the sales price and the cost of fire insurance and any prorated property taxes. Get a knowledgeable and experienced Realtor start looking. Where are you considering buying? Is this a rental property or personal residence? If a rental you want to know what rental rates are in the area your are buying in. The other factor is are you going manage the property yourself or hire a property manager. A property manager will charge 5%-10% of the monthly rent, plus a fee for finding a tenant. Why would you even consider financing a dime?.....that only cuts into your bottom line income. You return on your investment (ROI) on a rental that you pay cash for will be triple the amount that you will get in any bonds (other that high risk junk bonds), stock dividends (maybe 2%-3%) or CDs. Plus paying around 4% mortgage interest. It never ceases to amaze me about the typical terrible advise that people give on this site....James
  • You should contact the title compnay that is doing the background check on the property for you. They will tell what charges you will have to pay..Be sure to get a termite and building inspection along with the back ground check. With the interest rates available now it would not be a bad idea to finance 20 or 30 thousand. Your going to have to pay property tax and home insurance, might as well pay it monthly instead of big chunks at the end of the year. You could stash the money in bonds or high dividend stocks that would probably pay higher interest than you are paying for the loan and make your payment for you. The loans out there know is really cheap money.
  • one million) Agents might be competent to provide you MUCH greater entry to foreclosures listings. The nice method to discover a well one might be to have one stated you. two) Most creditors with foreclosures listings will desire essentially the most coins down as viable. In truth, so much foreclosure are paid for by way of one hundred% coins. Do no longer suppose that you are going to be competent to shop for one with out AT LEAST 20% down. Remember, the lender already received stiffed at the condo as soon as, they aren't approximately to take ANOTHER tremendous danger. three) The finish fee simply is determined by how a lot the condo is REALLY valued at. Since Berkeley is VERY highly-priced, don't be amazed to look the last bid quantity to be a number of hundred 1000s of bucks. Anyone who thinks that they're going to get the deal of a century by way of getting a dwelling for ninety% off at a foreclosures is delusional. You probably competent to get a condo for 10-20% off the marketplace fee, however do not assume greater than 10%. The truly property marketplace, particularly within the Bay Area, is much too effective and aggressive to enable that to occur. My 2 cents...I used to paintings in Berkeley and the town is a crap gap. Homeless in all places, VERY top crime, downtown smells, and I honestly even noticed one man taking a unload on a sidewalk approximately two years in the past. There are MUCH greater towns inside 10-15 miles of there.
  • Just cash it at your bank, or take it to a check cashing agency.
  • At your bank or the bank it was drawn on if there is a branch in California.
  • Yes, so long as they are payroll checks (from a company like ADP or PayChex). A few places will cash your check and give you a comp (e.g. free buffet, free drinks, free slot pull) if you cash your check there.
  • I would bet they do. Give one of them a call before you leave to be sure.
  • pretty much depends on how the settlement is written - sometimes it is called alimony,sometimes it isn't under tax law, and it can get pretty technical...so the answer is yes - & no... you can read publication 504 from the IRS for separated & divorced individuals for more information
  • I have just lost my job and might be forced to get on welfare I have two kids and need to provide for them but I'm in need of help right now. And don't say anything bad cause I am not one of those people who abuse the system and sees there kid as a paycheck. I rather work for my money but the economy is horrible right now so telling me would be great. Thanks.
  • It is a little different in each county. You have to qualify by meeting a criterion for a specific welfare program like SSI. You have to go to your county social services and find out. Maybe someone who has two kids in California can answer this better.
  • when you give billions of services every year for people who are not legally here, you are just asking to run out of money eventually. follow that by liberal entitlements, and I am sure the cash will run out if taxes on individuals isn't increased. business is taxed to death already.
  • Nothing to be scared of. At first the city of Vallejo filed bankruptcy, then Oakland, next will be California, and then finally Federal Government. Thank you for inviting the liberals to govern this great country.
  • No, they aren't. They spent like idiots on all sorts of liberal entitlements. Now their bad decisions are coming back to haunt them.
  • Both -- but they need to understand they made their bed...time to lay in it. Make some cuts in spending. Problem solved and we have more money...
  • Some people certainly is.
  • Well I don't live in California, buit I think it does make a difference. Because I was getting around 170 before I was pregnant and now 290 now that I am. So I'm guessing yes. Hope ya get approved, it sure does help! Good Luck & Congrats!!!
  • You are eligible for WIC, but likely not eligible for food stamps until after the baby is born.
  • California Scratch off tickets generally expire six months after the game ends. Unfortunately most of yours are probably now worthless.
  • I wouldn't bet on it. Dealerships everywhere have suspended Cash For Clunkers because they have not received a single payment for them and are having to eat the cost of it.
  • Did you bother to as the teller why? Maybe you were overdrawn, I would have asked why and if it doesn't make sense , ask to speak to a supervisor.
  • Fear the Calif does not have enough money to cover the check
  • No law says they must cash it for you, there must've been a policy change.
  • I cashed it at a check cashing company. They have no idea what that means, the bank doesn't know what it means and I even called the State of CA (the department who issued the check) and they don't know what it means. I will have to repay the check cashing company if I can't get this figured out. Does any one know what this means?
  • It means California don't have any money to cover it at the moment. It's basically a bad check.
  • Sounds like an IOU.
  • You can't really cash an IOU. It's just a promise to pay at some future date and you can't take it to a bank or the state and demand payment at your convenience.
  • Look into paper recycling. They will buy just about anything on paper. A California IOU is worth less than the paper they ruined by printing it.
  • i've cashed a few, but i only pay 3 cents on the dollar -- it's such a huge risk for me. i'm even thinking about dropping my rate down to 2 cents.
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  • Probably either company policy or they have a contract with a union and cashing out the PTO would be a breach. There is no general law that absolutely prohibits all companies from paying cash instead of giving time off.
  • Well I live at home with my mother I'm 20 years old and trying to find work has been impossible ,so I decided to train for the us army national guard.I won't be ready to go for another 3 months or so and my mother doesn't have enough money to support me my little brother and the child she has on the way , since I have no work or source of income I was wonderingif I would be eligible for cash aid with the state , maybe ebt card. I know some people who claim homeless and get benefit but I'm not homeless and I can't see myself saying I am or lying to them about it for thaat matter , I mean if I have to I will but id like to be honest..thanks for the replys
  • No, unless you have a minor child you are not entitled to welfare. If you were it is based on total household income, not just your own.
  • It should be OK since the program is national not just for Californians.
  • at any check cashing place they will just charge you a percentage
  • Most banks will require an account in order to cash your check. Your other option will be to use one of the pay-day loan/check cashing counters. They will most likely take a percentage of the total amount (so shop around).
  • So I had a baby in march went on a UNPAID maternity leave therefore I had no other choice but to recieve food stamps. And cash aid to help with rent and food my babies father lost his job when my baby was 1 day old! Due to budget cuts I usually got my food n money on second but did not recieve it? Do people get cash aid on Sundays? I barley started working again and my check is going to be very low :/ please no rude comments i pay taxes too! My boyfriend used to pay over 20,000 dollars in taxes a year so boo fuckn hoo for you! There's people out there who don't work and never worked a day in their useless lives with hundreds of kids! those are the ones you need to be mad at/ talking **** too!
  • How much is your husband getting for unemployment benefits. If he is getting unemployment benefits ( since he was let go from his job he surely qualifies) and is unemployed, then he can take care of the baby and , with you back to work as you say, the combination of his unemployment check and your paycheck should be enough to live on. In the past, when fewer support programs were not available, most people in your situation moved back in with their parents, and then, with your combuined reduced income, you would not have to be dependent on support which the government must take from other hard working taxpayers.
  • I received a flyer from my 3rd grader class. It says the teacher is going away on maternity leave and they are giving her a babyshower. The time falls on a school day at 1:00pm in the school classroom. The flyer says "We are asking every student to donate $5 towards a gift for her. There is an envelope attached for you to put your donation in. Mrs. XXX (the teacher) will be collecting the envelopes but does not know what is in the envelopes so please make sure they are sealed." There is nothing indicate who wrote this. Personally I understand and appreciate a teacher's work. I know they sometimes have to buy things in classroom themselves. I don't mind sending them cards, holiday small gifts, etc. However, something doesn't feel right here. What is your opinion?
  • if they want you to give a gift to the teacher, why don't they say to just bring a gift, instead of it's got to be cash? i smell a rat, and i'm on the opposite coast from you. i'd call the school and ask about it before you donate, if you plan to.
  • Often at my child's school a PTO parent will organize something like this to get the teacher a gift to celebrate such an event. I would ask around school, or at the next PTO meeting, to see who is in charge of it if you want to make sure it is legit.
  • Ridiculous is putting it mildly. Call the principal and ask for an explanation. Otherwise call your school superintendent.
  • Im 19 years old and im 3 months pregnant. im going nuts everyday trying find a job as soon as i can before i start showing. i just graduated for Medical Billing but im afraid they didn't train me enough for me to land a job. so in the meantime i have to volunteer for the experience more. which isnt paying me. but i need it for later on down the road so its not completly pointless. but anyways, im having no luck on getting a job. my boyfriend has a job. he makes at least around 1300 a month. i feel worthless that i cant help bring money to the table. and im finding myself to be very depressed more and more everyday. would cash aid help me at all? Please dont think im lazy and come at me with rude answers.
  • as Maggie said, the problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money.
  • 5 cents per can, whatever that works out to in pounds. Just google "recycling centers" and your city name, and you can find where to take them. Many major grocery stores have recycling centers in their parking lots.
  • Well I live at home with my mother I'm 20 years old and trying to find work has been impossible ,so I decided to train for the us army national guard.I won't be ready to go for another 3 months or so and my mother doesn't have enough money to support me my little brother and the child she has on the way , since I have no work or source of income I was wondering if I would be eligible for cash aid with the state , maybe ebt card. I know some people who claim homeless and get benefit but I'm not homeless and I can't see myself saying I am or lying to them about it for thaat matter , I mean if I have to I will but either way id like to pleade my honest case , anyway any input in would be great thanks
  • Since you live with your mother, NO, you would not be eligible. Your mother would have to be the one applying for benefits. Also, I wouldn't suggest lying to the government, as they will check you out every which way but Sunday to see if your story is what you say it is. I would imagine you don't want to be accused of fraud...it might hinder your career in the National Guard. Since you are going to be leaving for training, what you can do until then is hit up a temp agency for work. They might be able to find you something short term.
  • Yes but if someone is paying more in child support than a custodial parent is receiving in welfare benefits, how much sense does it make for a custodial parent to remain on cash aid?
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  • Yes, it is. Contact a local agent that's either employeed by or contracted with Humana for more information. The agent will be able to explain the plan and the coverage. There is no charge using an agent and you'll have someone local who can help in the future if there are any problems or concerns.
  • You can find a local agent near you, by typing your zip code in to the agent locator button at www.iiaba.net. They can tell you which plans are available in your area, and will even help you with the paperwork, at no extra cost to you.
  • You look in the phone book under Insurance and find an independent agent who has an office, who you can go and see or call on the phone.
  • Nope. They do have to pay you for them when you leave, but not before them. You should check company policy, you may have an upper limit of vacation days and can't earn more than that, forcing you to use them. You are a better employee if you take some time off now and then. You can ask your employer, but I doubt they would be willing to cash you out.
  • No, they don't have to cash them out unless you quit or are terminated.
  • the only law is that they must pay you for it when you leave
  • No. Use them or lose them.
  • they will cancel
  • I have had custody of my two daughters for 11 years, they are now 17 and 14, and while I will admit it has been a struggle at times, it has been well worth the effort. If you had the intelligence and determination to get a B.A. then you should have no problems changing your major and getting a nursing degree. Many schools have a daycare on campus, be sure and check into that. I can't imagine family telling you that advancing your education is not possible, with hard work anything is possible. I never collected child support, I had their mothers parental rights terminated, so if your ex does pay his share you are one step ahead. There will probably be times when you just want to sit and either cry or feel sorry for yourself but in the end it is all worth it. The rewards are so great ( seeing your babies grow into young adults) that it is all worth it. Tho I will admit when the oldest hit teenage-hood I had some misgivings... I wish I could give you answers on the housing and daycare but I didn't go that route. But just have faith in yourself and love for your kids.. You will make it.
  • Those are state programs and you will have to reapply in the new state. I don't know if this is still true, but it use to be that California had one of the better programs. You may find you don't qualify for as much or have additional requirements to get the cash.
  • Each state handles their own benefits. You will have to reapply to Arizona.
  • Go to your local casino. Offer to exchange a lucky chip from Vegas. Cash said chip when exchanged.
  • No. And TECHNICALLY, you're not even supposed to take it out of the casino (you must cash it before you leave). Almost everybody takes chips out of the casino though.
  • hahah no hence LAS VEGAS CASINO chips. meant only for there.... kinda sucks though huh?
  • No. You can just save them and bring them next time you come! Or sell them to the next friend you know comes.
  • yes but i would not - really high chance it will not get their - i would send it in the form of a money order or cashers check from your bank - also their are wire transfer places that can send it. but i would warn you unless you know the person your sending it to please be warned their are tons of scams out their that get people to send cash. if it envoles taking a check and cashing it for someone then sending out the a small balance dont that is a scam and a biggy your get stuck with a bounced check and the money will be gone.
  • REALLY REALLY BAD IDEA!
  • So, I got fired 11/16/09 for breaking company meal policy. I received a bunch of stuff in the mail from unemployment (applied for it 11/17/09). I had my interview with EDD on 12/15/09. I've heard that sometimes the Company appeals back and you have to pay back all the checks that unemployment sent you and that's why I still haven't cashed them I'm afraid the company will appeal. What should I do? How do I know if Unemployment approved my benefits for good?
  • You're right. If company denies your claim you owe the EDD all the money back. You can appeal but if they win the appeal, you still owe the $. Very wise of you not to cash checks. Call EDD and check if company has denied your claim.
  • when edd sends you notice there will be a hearing, thats when you stop cashing checks , anything before that notice is all good , ive done it and have the papers to prove it.
  • If it was theft of cash out of the till by the employee, then that is embezzlement and dollar amount determines if felony or misdemeanor. I believe $1,000 is the minimum for a felony.
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  • Remember you only pay taxes on the difference between the sale price and your original cost of the stock. The gain will add to your taxable income and a loss (up to 3000 a year) will be deducted from your taxable income. The tax would be relative to the actual tax bracket you are in (10, 15, 25. 28, 33, or 35%).
  • you got a 1099 B, your stock sales were reported on that form, you report the sale, the purchase and date on Sch D and 8949(new form this year) which translates to the 1040 your total AGI is transferred to your 540 and whatever your taxable income is after the standard deduction is what income tax you pay, after deducting personal exemptions
  • it's on your 1099 form. For 2011, it should be 15% assuming they were long-term capital gains.
  • Your debit card is not something that would be considered a security threat no more than a credit card would.It is not something that would trigger an alarm when you go through the scanner or the alarm system. The only factor (s) that might create a problem for you at the airport apart from getting there late,not having enough time to complete the checks now required to board are if you fail the security checks or are carrying something considered a risk or are on a security risk list.In the absence of all of the above,you do not pose a security risk for having a debit card with a balance of $8,000.00.
  • u walk through like every one else. b smarter and put the money on at least 4 cards and put in different places on body
  • Gross Income includes all sources of income unless specially excluded under the Internal Revenue Code or State Code. Cash or property in the amount of $25000 is treated exactly the same as gross income. This income is to be added to all your other sources of income. There will be tax owed for Federal and California purposes. The amount of tax will be variable depending on your other sources of income. Less Itemized deductions, exemptions, etc. in leading to taxable income.
  • The sponsor does not have to withhold taxes although some will. My suggestion is IF you win AND they do not withhold some of the winnings for taxes, take a portion of the money right away and make a tax payment (you can estimate the taxes on your winnings). That way it won't hurt so much in the end. You can find the forms and instructions on the IRS website.
  • Just enter your zip code on this link and the offical California site will give you the location of the closest redemption centers. http://www.bottlesandcans.com/dev/locato...
  • You can also use www.earth911.com to find local recycle centers.
  • Figure on about $340 per month plus some food stamps IF you are eligible for such benefits.
  • Cash Assistance for what? They don't just hand out money to anyone.
  • If you have enough money in your account to cover the check, yes.
  • -If you have an Account at Their Bank, & they're open, sure...
  • So you are a welfare cheat???? People eligible for cash benefits would not have the income for vacations. If someone else is paying for your vacation, the non-welfare fraud answer is "I really appreciate the offer, but I can't take it at this time. I'd really appreciate some financial support with basic living expenses so I can stop welfare."
  • Go to the California state web site below to get your question answered or contact a state worker who can answer your question directly.
  • Just recently I have become a single mother, and a victim of DV, I have dealt with it for too long and by the grace of God I'm out of that situation but I have a 1 1/2 year old daughter with the guy. I have just applied for assistance since he was the only one helping take care of her and now I have no choice but to ask for help financially thru the government for the time being. Does any one know what is the average amount of cash aid given per month in California?
  • My neighbor and my od friend were on it it's important that you tell them about the abuse you might get more help but generally it's $589.00 a month and $200.00 in foodstamps (this is according to my neighbor who was on it for 5 months) They can also hep you with rent depending on your situation.
  • I do not know; however I am sure it is not enough, contact local churches on top of the aid you can get from the government you can get help from churches.
  • Yes, you can apply for, "General Relief Assistance," at your county Department of Social Services. You maybe eligible for a small monetary benefit and food stamps, but the assistance is temporary. The temporary monetary assistance is generally for those unemployed and to give them help until finding a job, however, you may qualify for food stamps. Employable applicants must register for work, must apply for unemployment benefits, (if eligible,) and are limited to a time limit of 3 months of assistance in a 12 month period, whether or not the months are consecutive. Unemployable applicants must obtain verification of his/her disability, apply for SSI/SSP and/or any other disability benefits determined by the department. Your young, able bodied, and already have a job and a place to live, (albeit temporary.) Considering the conditions of the economy right now and the problems specific to California, you will likely have a difficult time qualifying. http://www.dss.cahwnet.gov/cdssweb/PG132...
  • Wow.. to the rude comments. She's having a hard time, give her a break. To answer your question, you can go to the Dept. of Human Services and sign up for food stamps and the families first program if you're uncertain who the father is. If the father of child is known, then child support agencies will be notified and will contact him to make payments to you. You may need to wait until you move out and are the age of 18, though, because i think they ask questions about your income, rent, utilities, etc to show that you are having a hard time making ends meet. However, you have to actually have a job and work 20 hours a week for Food Stamps and 30 hours a week for Families First. They want to make sure you're actually trying. When evaluated, if you do not meet the requirements, your case will be denied.
  • Yes. Contact the Department of Social Services in the county where you live.
  • You can cash it at YOUR bank, the bank it is drawn on, or any check cashing business. These are listed in order from lowest cost to highest cost.
  • I don't see why you couldn't cash it at Walmart with a valid ID. They do charge a small fee however... but usually not as much as Check Cashing places.
  • if the check is from a bank that has a location where you live, you can take it to that bank because they have to honor their own checks, for free, you don't even have to be a member.
  • You cannot cash a check for free at any stores or check cashing places. Stores and check cashing places are not banks. They make their money taking a percentage of the check. If the bank the check was written on is nearby, go to the bank and present it to the teller for payment. If the funds are in the account, you will be able to cash it for free. You will need a picture ID and will need to leave a thumbprint.
  • go get a bank account!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • I fail to see the relevance of soda tabs to beer, wine, or spirits. If the tabs are aluminium take them to any recyclers that deals in aluminium. Good luck
  • I know where I live people collect them for the dialysis patients, so my answer would be to a dialysis clinic
  • If you deposit it into your bank account the only cost will be the difference in the buy and sell exchange rate. It will be deposited in American dollars depending on the bank rate which will include any exchange cost.
  • you have to apply all over again in CA. Food stamps are based on your income AND your expenses, so it depends on what your rent, utilities, etc. are.
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  • You're not going to get much for a car if it's not running, so you may want to consider donating it to a charity like Mother Waddles or The Salvation Army or another charity that accepts cars regardless of the vehicle's condition. You'll get more out of the tax write-off than you would selling it.
  • ummm. I bet you should try the scrap yard
  • you could use your passport
  • well if it doesn't worse comes to worse just use your passport. its an official US I.D
  • No, the maximum is $3,000
  • They're limit is 7500.00 I just tried cashing my check but it exceeded the limit by 31 dollars, now I'm screwed smh
  • call and ask...
  • You're buying directly from the seller? Better find yourself a PA real estate lawyer to insure its done right.
  • PA does not require attorneys. If buying directly from the owner an experienced loan officer can help. If realtors are involved an experienced realtor wouldnt be a bad idea. They will look out for your best interest and will be paid for by the seller.
  • so, let me get this straight you want real estate advice but not a Realtor...you do realize the seller is responsible for paying the Realtors fee....fees will be included in the price of any listed property.... try Craig list or get a Realtor in the area you are moving...it will save you time and money.... a Real Estate lawyer will charge 'you' by the hour...much more expensive than a Realtor...
  • No place will cash such a check. You must deposit it in your bank account.
  • Use another form of government ID. Drivers license from another state, state-issued ID card, passport, etc. You're not going to be able to cash it without some form of ID.
  • You may want to get an ID card for that amount; no other options really
  • There's a store called something exchange, I forgot the name, they pay you for your clothes.
  • try some checking cashing place but rememeber they will take a percentag of that check
  • any local bank should be able to cash it
  • "and the police catch you", of course you can.
  • The person buying the alcohol gets charged
  • Yup, you could get charged.
  • No it is not. The sales transaction has to be recorded and reported to the IRS, you can not buy without identifying yourself anywhere in the US. You have to provide a history of the cash as well.
  • Foreign investors need a tax id to buy a home in CA. I would assume you could do the same, it just might be fairly complicated.
  • No
  • Yes, full recourse.
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  • I often end up submitting the same question on other sites
  • So I've been working construction for the past 4 years, with a general contractor. I've been getting cash, so it's undocumented work experience. I don't plan on doing this work forever, but I was curious to see if there was any possibility of getting a license at this point, because it would be helpful. Does anyone know if there's anyway this could be done, whether it means my boss (GC) stating I've worked with him for the last 4 years, etc. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks
  • Your employer is breaking the law by paying you under the table and you are being cheated out of having your employer pay the employer's portion of Social Security and you aren't covered with workers compensation were you to be injured on the job. It's as though you don't exist were you to continue working like this. Now you need to ask yourself if you would hire someone and pay them under the table were you to become a general contractor (GC). You will have your answer if you answer honestly.
  • Just hide it in the trunk you will be fine they wont look. They are more concerned about invasive plants and animals
  • As long as it doesn't have any radioactivity in it . That's like asking if you can drive your car there . It all ends up being distributed through out the world anyway if you take it or a company takes it
  • Legally, probably not. Practically, nobody is going to stop you.
  • You can be 100% assured that if you look to young you will be carded on your way in.
  • If the casino is caught with underage gamblers inside their premise, they face hefty fines. To avoid this, they will likely card anyone that looks like they're under 30. They will also do this at the entrance before you can enter.
  • Right - don't even waste your time. You WILL be carded. You'll have plenty of time when you get older to throw away your money at the casino. (And you'd be a fool to believe that's not what's going to happen.)
  • It would be safer to buy a cashier's check or money order and deposit that into your USAA account.
  • yes its against postal regulations check or money order is your choices
  • You are better off sending a cashier's check if you send a birthday card you can include like $50 that's OK. But you can send money for free using paypal it will take 3 days. http://www.paypal.com
  • Making money from drug addiction is an evil.
  • When marijuana prohibition is finally repealed the price will come down to legal, fair market levels. There will be great savings [from no more enforcement] and tax revenues which will benefit government and, hopefully, taxpayers. Some businesses in Cali are concerned that drop in prices will hurt them because a lot of people make a LOT of money from the fact it is illegal
  • But it isn't America;s #1 cash crop. That is a Urban Legend.
  • Are you asking if you will be penalized for paying with cash? I dont think Ive heard of that. if youre buying with full cash, then really youre only avoiding the fees associated with getting a mortgage. You will still have to pay escrow fees, legal fees, recording fees, appraisal fees, title insurance fees, and any other closing costs, Does this answer you question?
  • And, if it's anything like PA, they check a whole lot more. Be prepared with your last 18 months of bills - all of them. No exceptions. And be prepared to wait in the office while they check them all, too. That's a good two hours (and a big problem since we were both disabled and he was sick as a dog on chemo.) People keep talking about fraud, but I have no idea how anyone pulls that off. I expected them to check my bowel movements too, they're so thorough. (We really were in enough of a scrape to go through it. Glad it's over.)
  • Yes, they do warrant, sanctions and finger printing checks to receive any county assisted public benefit in the State of California.
  • They do a background check. So yeah. You aren't eligible in any state with a felony drug conviction though. I had a failure to appear traffic warrant and still got them in Long Beach though.
  • *shakes head sadly*
  • Yea, especially in San Francisco, but you have to pretend like you have an address there, because they passed some proposition to take homless peoples benifits away, just find somebody to let you use their address and apply for it. YOu should get around 400 a month and like 250 in foodstamps
  • from cal no use to about same as az
  • And they are still settling my case but i bought my car last year and i got done pating my car this febuary ! My case worker said my case is almost solved but if my car affects me hell give me a call? I guess how much my car is worth can affect me ! Help will it affect me if i have a nissan altima 05? Its alreDy paid for idk why they make a big deal if its how me and my son get around? Will i b denied!? Details plz (goverment assistance)
  • If you don't work, you don't need a car.
  • 1. Why is this under Immigration? Only US citizens can apply for welfare, food stamps, Medicaid/MediCal, etc. If you, for example, hold a green card, your sponsor will be charged back for anything you receive, plus interest, administrative costs, court costs, etc. If you apply when you are not a US citizen, that constitutes grounds for terminating/revoking a GC with mandatory departure or deportation. 2. All household assets (including value of a car) and total household income from all sources must be disclosed. Only the truly needy - those with less than a stipulated amount of assets (that may still be $2000 limit) and below stipulated household income - can qualify for any benefit. 3. A 2005 Nissan Altima's resale value probably exceeds set limits for maximum asset value. And it's paid in full, no loan or lien against it. In short, it appears from your info here that you are not poor enough to qualify for cash aid. Taxpayers cannot afford to support you.
  • I hope so. Where's daddy?
  • you probably need an address to get anything
  • You can get food stamps (EBT), but not a cash aid since it is for family only not for individuals.
  • You hire a real estate broker to submit an offer on a house & give her a deposit check made payable to the broker since we don't know which escrow company to use. The owner rejects your offer. You back-out of the deal. Later you find out that real estate broker cashed your check. What would you do in this case?
  • I would talk to the Broker of the office or manager and demand they return your check as it has placed in the Brokers Trust Account. Your funds will be returned and if not this would be a major violation with the Department of Real Estate in CA.
  • First I would read any contracts I had signed when 'hiring' my agent or the actual offer. Then I would ask for my money back immediately. If they can't or won't issue a check I would go to www.dre.ca.gov and file a complaint with the CA Dept. of Real Estate. They have zero tolerance with trust fund violations. If the owner rejected your offer, there was no deal for the buyer to back out of and the check should not have been cashed if they used a CAR offer form. I would ask my next agent if they are a REALTOR.
  • This has been ordinary a sort of cases, regrettably your examine could have been deposited. In california the technique in many cases works like this; first you place up an furnish to the valuables you have an pastime in procuring alongside with a "replica "of the examine or form of charge. 2nd your furnish get regularly used, rejected, or countered. If the furnish receives regularly used then you definately will might desire to deposit the examine or form of charge to the identify business enterprise, on occasion your agent will take the examine and deposited in a have confidence account and then in turn supply to escrow. If the furnish is rejected, you're entitled to get your money returned top away, examine with the broking service and not the agent. In california you could examine with the dept of real assets, or the interior of sight association. examine with the broking service first, yet while your furnish have been given rejected there is not any reason that a examine had to be cashed.
  • You request that the funds be paid to you as soon as possible. In most states, brokers are required to deposit such checks into the holding account of the real estate brokerage firm within a specified time of receipt of such check. If your offer did not 'go together', you are entitled to a full refund from the brokerage account.
  • it was in the offer the realtor should have put in a "refund clause" it is your money.. you have to phone and ask for it maybe sign some papers and wait a week it is your money yes..the deposit was part of the offer..(it is in the contract) phone the company/broker and get your money.. you need to phone the broker /company to get your deposit back..........they will want a form signed..if they refuse..then you go to your local "real estate board office".......
  • Have you tried asking for your money back. Part of her job is to make sure that any offer made is real which includes cashing the check to be sure that it doesn't bounce. Does the agent know that you are not going to make a higher offer? You can't assume, you actually have to communicate and tell her what you have in mind.pp
  • 1st ask her for your money back. or if she does not return it.... place a stop payment on the check. 2nd if she does not give it to you than go to the State and file a complaint. However why would you make out a check to Kathy X in the first place? You maybe make it out to a brokerage house but not to a person. I mean come on use your head, you make it too easy for someone to rip you off.
  • Contact the state, they issued the brokers license and can discipline them.
  • for financial reasons. An article posted in USA Today stated that the entire MFA class admitted in 2014 all dropped out from the school citing lack of financial support. The class of 7 students met with adminstrators and demanded for TA-ships and support. They were told that if they didn't like it they could all drop. They choose not to continue the program. USC MFA students were charged $82,491 for tuition and program expenses per year, the highest tuition for any fine arts program in the country. USC's lowest tuition and expenses happens to be for undergraduates, charging students $69,711 per year (not including the mandatory orientation fee of $350 where students are given a half day tour) USC's accelerated MBA program also charges the highest in the nation. The tuition there is $104,068 per year which does not include room and board or living expenses. Their dental school has been quoted as the most expensive in the world, with an average tuition payment of $117,000 per year.
  • USC can charge so much because people are willing, apparently, to pay that much, or at least to take out that much in loans. Often, the students going into this just don't realize what they're getting themselves into, financially. In addition, running the programs at USC is expensive, and they pass at least some (not all, mind you) of that expense on to students in the form of tuition and fees. NYU does similar - most students there fund their very expensive studies via loans, which IMO is a bad idea, but they do it.
  • It is a private school that gets no government funding. That is what it costs for a quality education in California at a private school.
  • Supply & demand. The high costs in SoCal. High salaries to compete for & obtain highly rated & in-demand professors. High costs of having top-notch facilities. If these artists were really talented & creative, they would be making money from their art by the time they were in grad school. What makes them think they can teach with no training or experience in teaching anyway? And because there are no TA positions, they shoot themselves in the foot... They're supposed to be smart, creative, talented? Don't think so...
  • USC is a private school. They can charge so much because so many people want to go there. It's supply and demand. It's the same reason Trump can charge so much for rooms in his hotels- people are apparently willing to pay it. If you don't like it, go to a public school.
  • California is a state where everyone who lives there is high upper middle class or dirt rich
  • If it's a real casino chip from the casino... of course you can use it at the casino. Otherwise what was the point of the gift? Of course, if it was just bought in the gift shop, then it has no value.
  • i prefer gambling it and trying my luck and there are very acute chances they can be converted to cash if they are bought from gift shop.
  • It is probably a token and not worth much.
  • As long as you're an adult.
  • As long as it is real
  • if they are still in play
  • Call your local scrap yard to see what they are paying for small cars. Also see if they will come pick it up, or if you have to pay to tow it to them. The car really does not have much value with a bad timing belt. The cost of repair will be about equal to the value of the car!
  • Where in california are you at and how much do you want for it. I'd be willing to buy it from you. Otherwise you can post it on http://www.craigslist.org for free. Many people purchase vehicle working or not from that site.
  • try your local junk or salvage yard in the yellow pages, they buy complete cars running or not :)
  • Treat the transaction as if you are buying from a none relative. Spend the $300-$400 to get a real appraisal. Open an escrow, get an inspection, buy title insurance, buy a home warranty etc. If the property was purchased more than 5-6 years ago the value may be right, if purchased less than that time it is highly likely that the price would be above the market value.. Since you are buying a property from a family member you might be able to buy and get a reduced property tax rate based on the relatives tax rate.
  • Yes, you can. However, I suggest that you get an independent appraisal, survey, title insurance and make sure that you keep this paperwork. Do the transaction just as if you were buying from a stranger. The seller needs to check things out from his or her perspective as well. Since this would not be an "arms length transaction" the seller may have tax issues so you both need to know if there are any unforeseen consequences.
  • they might say approved, then withhold the money til teh amount you were over paid, plus interest are satisfied
  • I work @family owned business & I keep a time card and also have an email account where I touch base with the customer as proof that I am worker in the company. For the past couple of months I have. Asked for a decient amount on my wages. Mt previous wages were $6.25 Per hour at a 40 hour work week. As of July my wage is now $7.75 Per hour at a 40 hour work week. I constantly get the run around from the owner as so when I will get a decent wage per hour & now I. Have been terminated. Do I have a case here?
  • so you have worked there for a while knowing you were paid under the table, is that right? so whatever happens to him will happen to you as well, you both commited tax fraud
  • Yes, although there are a number of exemptions to the minimum wage law. Keep in mind that the most you can collect from this in court is the actual difference between what you were paid and what the minimum wage was. Admittedly, you can file suit with other employees and pay for the lawyer together, but this still will barely cover the costs of the lawyer. Much cheaper to screw him over by reporting this (including evidence) to the state labor board and the state income tax people. Personally, I have to wonder why you accepted this job in the first place.
  • Take it in hand to the local FTB office in your area and see what kind of assistance they will be able to give you in maybe getting a replacement check issued to you for this purpose and time in your life, That will be only smart thing and way for you to try and see and maybe get some assistance with this matter. Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 11/15/2011
  • you need to return it to the FTB and ask them to reissue you a new one
  • It can only be used with NEW cars and the new car must have 3-4+ mpg from what your current car has.
  • US consulates and ambassadors do not take any taxes If you play a foreign lottery — through the mail or over the telephone — you’re violating federal law. they are mostly scams anyway http://www.scambusters.org/foreignlotter...http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer...
  • Who holds the winning lottery ticket of ANY lottery worldwide wins that lottery. It is utterly nonsense that you have to be a citizen in order to win a specific lottery. You can travel as a tourist and buy a lottery ticket in ANY country you wish and if that ticket would win, you would get that money with that lottery ticket. That is why companies are on the Internet that can buy you legally lottery tickets all around the world - and people get paid and win!
  • In most countries you would not be eligible to win anyway. Most lotteries require you to be a legal resident of that country to win money. For example in the UK anyone can buy a lottery ticket but you cannot claim winnings if you are not a legal UK resident. Even if you are a UK citizen, if you are living abroad you can't claim your winnings and the money you won goes back into the pot for the following week's lottery. Most countries have similar laws
  • you don't pay rent or pay for your own food, what do you pay for? A job might help your financial situation.
  • Get off of you lazy butt and find a job.Don't you have any shame .This is the reason I hate welfare it people like you that take and takeand have no intentions to every give back.
  • That just looks like a standard folding knife (which does not fix in the open position) with a money clip attached. It would be the same as any other folding knife, and legal to carry in your pocket.
  • It's legal.
  • to it to a Scrap yard, remove the battery and drain the gas tank, punch holes in it. you will get the weight of the truck paid by the ton, so you shold get 300-400 for it
  • are there any laws that protect us from companies like cash call? i got a loan from them in 2004 for $10000, and 4 years later after paying them back $10000, i still owe $9500 because of the high interest rate. i was foolish back then to take this loan without realizing how much i would have had to pay back. just wondering if there are any laws out there so other people wont go through this.
  • nope - the laws are already in effect that protect you as much as possible - the rest is up to you. There is a certain amount of responsibility on the borrowers part in these kinds of deals.
  • Yes. I have seen an increase in these loan companies. But where are people with bad credit etc supposed to turn when they need a loan? The banks certainly don't want to know and nor do credit unions (although they are slightly better).Trying to get an "emergency" loan from social security is a complete joke because it takes them days to consider each case. Something really needs to be done, but in a sensible way. Maybe some sort of loan from the government where the repayments are taken straight out of a persons wage packet or benefits.
  • No, they operate within the law, and it's just a pity. Try to get free of them. The other disgusting one is current credit cards. Try to live debt-free, as I am sure you do now.
  • No such business solicitations or inquiries, plus listing or requesting for e-IDs, are permissible in Yahoo! Answers’ Questions or Answers. Mentioning your phone number is also not welcome. This is not a shopping site, or barter forum, either ! Somebody or other [not me !] is bound to report you for abuse, and misuse !
  • You are the only one that can figure that out. You need to think about something you like to do, complete a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis and write a business plan to prove that the business idea is viable. Go to http://sba.gov/smallbusinessplanner/plan... or http://www.score.org/template_gallery.ht... for instructions on how to write a business plan and sample business plans.
  • a juicy bar, fruity health smoothy's, people love that crap now a days, its gunna be the new morning coffee you watch
  • http://www.oldcarbuyback.com/
  • wtf, california is destroying classic vehicles and only paying 1k? No wonder that state is in such a big debt, and the fact they have the lowest iq rating of any of the states by far just proves it.
  • Yes you do!! Only PRIMARY mortgages are non-recourse loans. Equity loans are fair game. You do not think that you can honestly take out inflated equity in a house that was not worth that much to begin with, and then try to stiff the bank at the same time. You took the money, you have to pay it back. Not a difficult concept.
  • It is possible to instanly find a cash payday loan as much as $1000 applying this site: http://loans.servermatrix.org I acquired our payday loan although I have really poor credit standing.
  • Actually, you can be stuck paying the first AND the second, although most lenders give up trying. If they're chasing you down, you DEFINITELY need an attorney.
  • Yes
  • You mean cash them there at the company? Yes, they can cash them when they want. You mean forbidding you from going to another bank or check cashing place and cashing it? No.
  • sure they can, apparently it's their policy. Usually people who receive their checks twice a month get them on the 15th and 30th and these days it's automatically deposited into their checking account. Why not ask them to deposit yours into your checking account and then you can phone your bank to make sure it's in there befor eyou spend that money.
  • Net income: $903 a month for a single person, $1215 for 2 people. The chart is linked below.
  • Don't expect anyone to pay you money for an old TV. You actually may have to pay a recycle fee yourself!
  • no... as long as the home is solely in your name. That is, only your name appears on the title, you are OK. However, if you and the renter are living as man and wife, and you do so for over a year, then the law treats you as being married, in which case community property applies and the man is entitled to possibly up to a half of your assets. Be careful. And don't have sex with the renter.
  • there is no common law in CA so even if you were living ( acting as but not legally married ) as man and wife he cannot gain value of a house that is in your possesion especially if you are the owner and the house ( title ) is free and clear but for other reasons why would you want to rent to him without a formal lease agreement? as if he does take up residence and you decide to kick him out later you can't since he has establish residence ( mail, phone service .. ect.. ) so a formal lease ALWAYS makes sense i am always amazed of how much risk people put themselves into with such informal arrangements and then they think it will never go wrong.. and more often than not it frequently does
  • No, gifts are not taxable to the recipient. But I would save a letter from the donor stating it was a gift just in case you get audited. Banks are required to report certain transactions to IRS.
  • No, Gift Taxes are only paid by the donor.
  • I've found two cases that say yes and one that says no. I think the yes cases are stronger because they are more recent. The Supreme Court has not ruled on it, so it is still an open question.
  • Get a No Cost Background Check Scan at https://bitly.im/aNIw7Its a sensible way to start. The site allows you to do a no cost scan simply to find out if any sort of data is in existence. A smaller analysis is done without cost. To get a detailed report its a modest payment. You may not realize how many good reasons there are to try and find out more about the people around you. After all, whether you're talking about new friends, employees, doctors, caretakers for elderly family members, or even significant others, you, as a citizen, have a right to know whether the people you surround yourself with are who they say they are. This goes double in any situation that involves your children, which not only includes teachers and babysitters, but also scout masters, little league coaches and others. Bottom line, if you want to find out more about someone, you should perform a background check.
  • As far as I know - it is in every state IF it is on the back where the endorsement goes. I used to work for a collection agency and we were not permitted to endorse these checks for that very reason (we received checks from every state of the union)...
  • We aren't supposed to endorse checks with paid in full written on the back at my job, unless the account really is paid in full. Although on my most recent cell phone bill I saw in the extra info section a statement that says they will not honor restrictive endorsements on checks, so I guess it depends on if the company CYA beforehand.
  • it really is a authentic difficulty. in reality, that verify is an provide to settle the quantity of the debt for far less then the full quantity owed. in the adventure that you funds it, you're agreeing to attempt this. In easily practice, the UCC has changed the guidelines in this section, so that they are very complicated. also, mastercard agencies automatically oinclude language in the contract declaring you promise no longer to deliver a "paid in complete verify" inclusive of your mastercard invoice. in case you imagine they owe you more advantageous, deliver them a letter soliciting for a sparkling verify. do not funds THE verify!! in case you do, they without delay have an fairly strong protection in case you sue them for some thing of what you owe them. you won't be able to easily line out "paid in complete" or write "with prejudice" both.
  • yes. ........it is a written contract signed by both parties . if however the person cashing it also writes on it "under protest" the person who wrote the check still owes the full amount. but don't take the law into your own hands..you take them to court.
  • I've been practicing law in California since 1993. Under most circumstances, the answer is no. See the article below for more information.
  • Nope, contract takes precedent over the check.
  • They are not charging you to apply for a job. They are charging you for a criminal check. Big diff.
  • Wish we could help. Please add information about "Pala res", "oc", and "t". If by rez you mean reservation, ask your tribal government representative.
  • Since they're made out of aluminum you can take them to a metal recycler. There are plenty in LBC, just Google it.
  • Lengthy beach is stuffed with diversity similar to in every single place else in LA County. I might be much more involved about finding a job and tips on how to be in a position to afford it to reside in LA instead of racism.
  • Hi, I am an 18 year old born, raised, and currently living in Southern California. Both my parents passed away 5 years ago in 2007 from cancer. I am living alone and I am in desperate need of some government assistance programs. I am currently not working and have no source of income other than the 5k annual FASFA financial aid. I have no family nearby to help me out. I was wondering if there were any scholarships, grants, sponsorship programs, or government assistance programs that I would be eligible for. Thank you for your time and responses.
  • The best assistance source I found was from something they call a JOB. You should try that and stop looking for handouts you mooch.
  • first and ultimate, God. He can help you via any and each concern you are able to bypass via. 2d, something of your individuals and relatives. They recognize the placement with you not having your dad and mom anymore and in case you actual need them could be there for you. yet once you suggested rather youthful i concept you meant you have been a newborn. 25 isn't that youthful, and you'll be grateful you had them that long. an exceedingly sturdy chum of mine misplaced her mom while she replaced into 3 mos. old and her father while she replaced into 2. She grew up being raised my her grandparents, yet they died while she replaced right into a young person. She's an basically newborn and so have been the two one among her dad and mom. Her maternal grandparents does not have something to do together with her using fact they're racist and her father replaced into Black (for sure her mom replaced into White) or maybe they died while she replaced into around 8 or 9. She actually had no one left, yet with God and her acquaintances, she's replace into an exceedingly useful man or woman. She's a journalist with a paper interior the midwest, and that doesn't be achievable while not having acquaintances she could lean on. turn to them and something of your loved ones once you like that style of help.
  • You could try your local social service offices (welfare). You are certainly starting out life in a very difficult position. But it sounds like either welfare or a job.
  • Most recycling places would probably just laugh at you unless you have a bunch. Scrap aluminum is worth 40 cents per pound. How many pounds do you have? You should save the whole can instead of just the tab. The weight adds up much faster with the whole can.
  • If you report it to your insurance company, it can raise your rates. If you don't report it to the insurance company, it won't raise your rates. The accident report at the DMV doesn't automatically raise your rates. A TICKET, will.
  • Calif. does not have self employment tax so your main concern is the amount you will report on your Sch C with your 1040 and calculate the self employment tax on Sch SE, approx. 13.3% of your Sch C'net' amount in Calif. your personal deduction varies by your status which reduces your gross income(from the 1040) to determine how much is taxable for income tax
  • Is that your only income? Are you a dependent? If it's your only income for the year, and you aren't a dependent, you won't owe federal income tax, but will owe aaround $1000 forr self employment tax, for social security and medicare. Be aware that if you're planning to claim EIC based on undocumented income, the IRS will ask you to prove it.
  • So, where do you do the babysitting? Their house or your house? If it's your house are you licensed to be a care giver?
  • I couldn't find the manual at the manufacturers site, see if you can use a manual from another model. Does it have a "help" key?
  • it all depends on how much u make so like my dad cant work cause he broke his back so my mom now works at walmart for 650 dollars every 3 weeks we also have 6 people in our family it changes every month this month we only get about 300
  • It depends on what the county income limits are. Check with your county social services. You are allowed to have $3000 in assets as a couple not counting your residence and car.
  • You can get a loan, depending of course on your credit. Most raw land loans are tougher to obtain than a normal home loan. You will be required to put 10% to 50% down, depending on your lender, and will pay a slightly higher interest rate. There are diffferent programs for raw land loans so you should really shop around. When calling around ask for a raw land loan or lot loan if you are planning to build on it within 2 years.
  • Try a Credit Union - they usually have good rates for land loans.
  • Yes. The so-called illegal settlements (the ones not sanctioned by the Israeli government earlier) are also on purchased land. Every one of the Arabs who sold those Jews land has been rich for a while - then killed by their own folk. ====== Miss Sarah Now put every fact in the context of war started by Arabs (before Israel was even formed with pogroms)...and you have a different picture.
  • Yes. Although this makes no sense, as soon as the baby is born the BF has to pay the welfare back to the state. Most landlords will know this. But yes to your question, welfare is income.
  • I believe they would go to an "assay" office, where they would weigh the gold and pay the going rate. In doing some quick research, it seems that some of these offices would then mint gold coins or melt the gold into ingots.
  • California became very wild, generally unsettled. The Spanish, later Mexicans had settled, generally alongside the Pacific coast. because of the fact the individuals got here in, what they generally discovered have been very small settlement, supported by using agriculture. Even maximum of that became constrained to the two areas around la, and the San Francisco/Monterey bay areas. Sacramento became no longer an significant city until eventually AFTER the gold rush. The Sierra Nevada mountains, which grew to become the variety the place maximum gold became discovered became particularly lots a wildernes, with the sole settlements being located alongside the main passes in the process the mountains. The inflow of miners unfold settlement up and down the variety, however the variety is vast, or perhaps now, is often unsettled land, forested and rocky. If any luxuries existed for the miners, it had to be imported from the East, shipped (generally by using ships, going the good way, around the top of South country of america) landed on the coast, and hauled up the mountains on mule back. think of roughly it. What did the miners eat? there have been no farms interior the mountains. What did they placed on? there have been no shops until eventually the mining camps have been given great adequate to assist one. What did a miner do whilst he have been given unwell? He the two have been given over it or died. a great form of stable fiction has been written, which makes getting to understand on the topic of the era lots greater exciting. look up thoughts by using Mark Twain, Jack London, Owen Wister, Bret Harte and others. Willa Cather wrote on the topic of the pioneer adventure from a woman't attitude. there are a number of unfastened ebooks accessible at a internet site observed as "Gutenberg undertaking" Do a google seek and click into the positioning. it extremely is unfastened and trouble-free. No registration required. the finished works of many of the authors i discussed are accessible. somebody could remind "Robert Redmtn" that California became generally Mexican, on the time. The Anglo-Saxon face became the uncommon one. If a white guy needed a civilized meal, a gentle mattress and a solid roof over his head, he had to get it at a Mexican Hacienda, or Rancho. think of roughly it, Robert. The Mexican sipped brandy, sitting in a gentle, cushioned chair at a robust, carved table at the same time as the "white" guy drank stagnant water, or affordable rotgut whiskey, if he ought to get it, sitting on a rock, wrapped in rags (or Mexican sarape, if he ought to deal with to pay for it) interior the chilly sleet-pushed outside.
  • believe it or not up until Nixon all US money was backed by gold and silver now money really is not worththe paper it is printed on and is no longer backed by anything. So to answer your question at that time if you wanted to go to the general store and buy groceries, supplies, clothes, etc.... you could pay in gold right there. AH the good old days or is it Ah good gold days... so happy spending... don't worry about credit or anything like that because it is all just paper exchanging hands.... backed by absolutely nothing.
  • To the bank and some to the saloons.
  • I have a question, I want to set-up a section on my website where I will be giving away a money prize to the user who correctly answers a certain set of questions first and my question is, can I legally do something like that and not get in trouble? I'm located in California and I know that lotteries are not permitted in California but from what I understand, something like this is not a lottery but I'm not sure, so I'm confused... I found this excerpt from the CA law in regards to my question: "Penal Code Sec.319. A lottery is any scheme for the disposal or distribution of property by chance, among persons who have paid or promised to pay any valuable consideration for the chance of obtaining such property or a portion of it, or for any share or any interest in such property, upon any agreement, understanding, or expectation that it is to be distributed or disposed of by lot or chance, whether called a lottery, raffle, or gift enterprise, or by whatever name the same may be known." It is my understanding that what I'm planning to do cannot be constituted as a lottery because 1. All of all my users will not have to pay anything. 2. It's not a "game" of chance as the prize will be given to the first person who answers certain questions correctly... Anyway, I think I should be fine but I want to be 100% sure so that I won't get in to any kind of legal trouble. If you know, please advise! Thanks guys!
  • No, because it is known to cause cancer
  • There is nothing illegal about withdrawing the contest if they feel that nobody qualified. As it stands now, by their own admission, nobody met the criteria that they had for the contest so it's not as though someone won and they said "you win but we don't have the money or the ability to award a prize". I'm sure as well that if you read the fine print for their "contest" it would say that the prize will be awarded at the discretion of the awards committee and obviously, they didn't feel that anyone qualified. Even if it doesn't say that I don't see where what they did was illegal. They accepted no money from you and they promised nothing in return other then consideration for a prize which, by the nature of their email, they did when they considered the videos and found nobody qualified.
  • PROBLEM, 50 CREDIT CARDS ZERO BALANCE IN MOST OF THEM ...BUSINESS>? LOST-SOME "FRIENDSHIP BIZ THING, EVERYTHING WAS UNDER HIS NAME...HE PROBABLY IS MAKING 400 A DAY DOING NOTHING.I? W/ LUCK 60 BUCKS A DAY . HOUSE? VALUE 50 % DOWN, JOB? SUCKS NONE. BESIDES 7 BUCKS AN HOUR DOESNT COVER ANYTHING...SO? I CASHED OUT ALL I COULD AND START BUYING A LOTS OF STUFF AND TOOLS...SEE IF I CAN AT LEAST MAKE SOME DECENT MONEY AS A HANDYMAN...CAN I GO TO JAIL?.
  • If they want to, you can probably be prosecuted for fraud. And with that high an amount, probably will be. What were you thinking? I find it hard to believe that you spend $200,000 on tools so you could be a handyman - and I doubt if you can convince a judge of that, either.
  • usually yes some people will even come and tow it away free
  • The state has run a program in the past which either gives you money to fix the car (if you're needy), or will pay you money to take it off your hands. It's an early form of cash-for-clunkers. Check the California Bureau of Automotive Repair for the latest info. The site is here: http://www.smogcheck.ca.gov/80_BARResour...
  • I would sell it to a private party or at worst a salvage yard. Someone can get it to pass. If you just dumped it off, you wouldn't get anything for it. I would use that as a last resort...
  • You will have to open a new case, and also will need a letter from california stating the date that your california cash and food stamps ended. I had to go through that when i moved from idaho to new york, it was not fun. Good luck!
  • You will have to open a new case. I should know I used to live in Chicago and now I reside in Virginia.
  • In Ohio I think you would be opening a new case, best to ask when you make your appointment.
  • have it transferred over.. just go to the building...
  • Ranch Town Recycling 775 Lincoln Ave., at Parkmoor San Jose 408-292-3333 CRV Plastic = 92 cents per lb. Danny Recycling 1745 Walsh Ave. (btwn Lafayette and Scott) Santa Clara 408-492-9033 CRV Plastic = 95 cents per lb. Check the PennySaver ads (front inside cover page) for ads from more recycling companies.
  • bottlesandcans.com type in your zip code
  • My sister who lives in Germany, as a belated Christmas gift wanted to send me cash -- in Euros of course (since that's the currency they use). I live in Southern California. If she did this where or how would I get it converted to US Dollars? I know in Germany you can walk into most banks and they exchange it on the spot. But America seems to be more finicky about doing such things... In Los Angeles where can I go?
  • Your bank should do this for you. If not then do a search on 'los angeles currency exchange'. I got a list of a dozen places in about 3 seconds.
  • Convert as low as available and use a credit or debit card. that provides you with the merely right replace fee. on no account use a travellers examine in a save. that provides you with the worst replace fee. do no longer ignore there's a value each and every time you replace so in case you replace to euros there is yet another cost the convert the surplus returned into funds. you additionally can use ATM machines throughout Europe alongside with your debit or mastercard. this is frequently confusing to transform to Euros interior the US because of the fact maximum banks want to sell you a minimum length kit and that they ought to reserve it from the pinnacle workplace.
  • My sister who lives in Germany, as a belated Christmas gift wanted to send me cash -- in Euros of course (since that's the currency they use). I live in Southern California. If she did this where or how would I get it converted to US Dollars? I know in Germany you can walk into most banks and they exchange it on the spot. But America seems to be more finicky about doing such things... In Los Angeles where can I go?
  • if you have a bank account, just go to your bank. If you do not have one, then, ask your neighbor - who has a bank account, to help you out. there are currency exchanges. But, many reckon that they do not offer a good conversion rate.
  • The address is irrelevant. The check is still good.
  • The address probably will not matter to the bank or place that you go to get it cashed BUT who would know for sure what the cashier might have to say about this matter especially when they do ask you for your proof of your identification for the purpose of cashing your California tax REFUND check. Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 06/08/2011
  • of course
  • California labor code requires employers to provide a way for employees to be paid in cash. So there is no rational reason to care.
  • All jobs are checks. Unless its under the table.
  • http:// cashcrate .com/464980 fill in spaces I make about 300.00 a month doing this. Hope it helps!!
  • Take stuff to a pawn shop. You have a nice laptop computer. Don't you?
  • Cash advance from who? Or what? Doesn't matter what state you are from. If you need cash - pawn something. Sell something. Get a job.
  • If you're in NC or nearby I have a like new 2006 CRF80F for sale. Here is the link, price is negotiable. You shouldn't have any problem finding one wherever you live though. I also have a 2004 KTM 85SX and a 2009 CRF450R for sale if you have any friends looking for a bike also. I listed the KTM below also in case you want to check it out. http://greensboro.craigslist.org/mcy/194...http://greensboro.craigslist.org/mcy/194...
  • Check the legal liabilities and see what licenses and permits you'd need.
  • You can't sell blood for cash, but you can sell plasma. This site has a location finder on it for plasma donation centers: http://hubpages.com/hub/plasma-donation
  • I even have donated blood interior the previous, and that i purely did back the day purely before this after a pal instructed me a pair of "snow day" bloodcontinual. Your physique is often making new blood cells and bone marrow. i'm indexed as an organ donor when I die. As you stated, i'm unlikely to wish something in this physique when I die; i'm going to besides attempt to help somebody else. I hate you need to attend a 12 months when you have a tattoo (or piercing), as i visit places that are scrupulous approximately needle protection.
  • any ongoing legal disputes will deter lenders from financing in planned communities. It has to do with the overall liability and legal responsibilities of all parties involved. Lets just say when you have more than 1 interested party involved in the stability and health of the home, it gets murky if the lender ever needs to foreclose on the property. It's risky for you as well. Even though you are paying for the property free and clear what happens if your HOA goes bust and cant afford to keep it clean and functioning any more? What if the bulk of the units are financed by banks and they decide to foreclose on other units? You could be surrounded by renters or it can turn into a ghost town. Also if problems persists in this community, you can only sell to someone who can afford to pay cash knowing all the underlying risks.
  • Technically its legal, but I wouldn't do it. Normally, cash registers manage to be off by a few cents. I don't know why. Maybe they figure things in fractions of pennies, or maybe they just add really badly. Either way, anyone can tell you that they're off a few cents each time. The $20, however, is a human error. Report it to your manager, making it clear that you didn't mess up like that. What he/she will have to do is count the money in the safe. There's a possibility that the drawer was short to begin with. If not, you want to be the person that reported it, not the person that ends up looking guilty by not mentioning it at all.
  • Many times it is a change error. I technically don't know the laws in California but if it happens a lot, it could be a big issue. If it was short 20 dollars than it sounds like perhaps 2 bills got stuck together when handing out the change. For that amount of money, I would report it. It is possible that the manager can find out what happened and it may be an honest mistake. I would not report being short on a few cents, but you must report the incident for 20 dollars. If I were supervising you and found out somehow that you discovered the money was short, I would immediately be worried. I would then conclude you were probably trying to hide something and then I would be worried about trusting you as an employee. Better to be honest and bring it to the attention of the supervisor as soon as you find out so there are no problems and communication is open between you and your job.
  • The others here have given good advice: You should report this to your supervisor. FYI, it's worth mentioning that the company can deduct these losses from your check, AS LONG AS you're getting paid more than minimum wage, and the deduction does not bring you below minimum wage.
  • Of course it is legal to give your money away to your employer or anyone else you want. It may however, be a violation of a company policy. They may prefer you to be honest and let them know if you suspect a fellow worker is stealing or messing up like that rather than assuming liability for it yourself.
  • No, (unlike vacation pay) you are not entitled to sick pay that you do not use. Fun fact: California does not require employers to provide sick time, paid or unpaid.
  • No.
  • No.
  • im only 14 now but i always wanted to move to california but its so expensive i have an average 70 in applied.. i know i am dumb but its so dumb how actors can live there and they get paid so much for work that is not neccesary.. so im asking what are some good paying jobs you can do at college so i could make enough money to ever live there actors got the easy life!
  • There are lots of great colleges and career opportunities here in Cali. Here there are so many colleges, that you just have to shop around and look at the schools..If your looking for a J.C. they have some really great ones just in Sac but its all about how much time you spend in college and what your major is to make the cash that you want to lave the good life like any celebrity.
  • That's a good question... Smart & Final and Cash & Carry are owned by the same company. If you have a store in mind, you can give them a call to see.
  • Not the way it works in California - only aluminum cans are worth money and that by weight - the nickel a can/bottle that California collects at sale and gives back on recycle is way higher - cans are worth about half a cent each by weight. You can recycle steel, copper, and other metals for money (unfortunately, people steal copper wiring, air conditioning coils and grave markers) based on the pound weight. Dallas collects and recycles paper, metal cans, and plastics to keep them out of land fill and collects them once a week in special containers, but they do not pay and picking through the containers is a ticket-able offense.
  • Yes, there are lots of companies that buy recycle able materials. You may have to go to three different places, since most only buy one thing that is cans, or bottles or paper, so you can get the best prices.
  • First of all, I live in California. My cash aid is supposed to reload on the first. The last digit of my case number falls under the "reloads on the first" category. This is supposed to happen regardless of weekend or holiday (today being the Sunday before Labor Day). I had a bit of a problem last month, but filled out my quarterly report, was re-accepted, and finally received August's benefits about a week late. In the last month, I have received no "Notice of Action" letter from my case worker telling me my benefits had been discontinued. Has anyone else dealt with this? Was my reload date perhaps changed to the date of August's late reload?
  • WAAAH...I'm not getting my gubment money when I feel I deserve it so I have to wait a couple of days to buy my cigarettes, booze and video games.
  • No, your reload date was not re-set. Benefits load according to a state-wide formula based exclusively on the case number & cannot be changed. There are many, MANY reasons why your benefits didn't load. You will need to speak with your caseworker to find out the specific reason. Many counties in CA now have an automated phone system that can provide limited information about your case & may be able to give you a reason. Of course, it won't be able to fix the problem, and if you don't know the phone number or your IVR PIN (different from your EBT PIN) then it's useless info for you right now.
  • no its not becuase they are owned by two different companies
  • its good for "Lil Old Ladies", but hardly the stuff of Savvy Investors! Most R.E. folks still believe in the tried and true method of increasing your personal wealth over time by using OPM...yep, Other Peoples Money...aka LEVERAGE! When used prudently and responsibly leverage can be your best friend in the R.E. game!! So get yerself down to your local Credit Union and suck some of that Capital right back out, that you can comfortably afford, and then go find yerself a small residential income property!
  • Yes, that would be best - but do you really have several hundred thousand dollars lying around to pay with? There is a reason most people have to take out mortgages.
  • very much, it helps bring the price down.
  • California does not require a card. CA has a voluntary registration program and a patient only requires a Dr.'s note. The cost of the Dr. visit $60 - 120. I'm sure cash is accepted. Ca law varies by County. Reciprocity does exist in a few States: http://medicalmarijuana.procon.org/
  • I don't have a m-card but several of my friends do. They went to a doctor that was giving them away without much questioning. One said she had couldn't sleep, another said he suffered from major migraines. There is a cost for how long it can be valid, I think my friend paid 60 bucks for a year and another 30 bucks for 6 months. I don't think it goes into your medical record, but I'm not sure. And I don't know if you can use it in other states.
  • if you have a woodforest bank there, theyre open til 7pm well atleast here in PA they are the woodforest bank here is located in walmart.....possibly the same there hope this helps
  • Walmart
  • Advice , do NOT run around with cash . Tomorrow , go to the bank and open an account . I suggest wells fargo but use whomever you like . >
  • Cashing in your 401(k) will not have an effect on your unemployment benefits. Keep in mind there are tax consequences, though. You will have to pay regular state and federal income taxes on this money and, unless this is a qualified distribution, there will be an additional 10% ($700) penalty.
  • It won't affect your unemployment, but will affect your income taxes. You'll pay income tax on the withdrawal, plus 10% ($700) for a penalty.
  • no
  • Only if the numerical amount has been converted into U.S. dollar amounts. If it's a check that has not been converted into U.S. dollar amounts; the check has to be sent off to collections and cannot be cashed.
  • I was just in a similar situation. I ended up sticking it in my UK account and then transferring it to the US one. It was easier all round and even I did the transfers directly through HSBC online, I got a decent rate for the days I did it and the wire fees weren't that bad. Took about 48 hours from initiation to the money showing up in the US account.
  • If it is in pounds then you CANNOT cash it in the US. It will have to be deposited in an account and will take several weeks to clear. And there will be a large fee attached to it.
  • Pretty sure you can
  • The recycling centers in the Los Angeles area usually give you 1.80 to 2.00 per pound for cans (aluminum) and 1.00 for plastic (PETE#1) bottles. I sold my milk cartons (HDPE#2) also last Saturday in Montebello for .57c a pound. The place on Glenoaks buys glass for 1.05 a pound. The recycling centers just weigh your load & don't bother with 5 or 10 cents redemption value on each item.
  • Nope. 40% of the taxes collected in California are spent on welfare payments already. When you look at the countries where drugs are legal you have a rate of 10-15% uunemployable drug users who have to rely on public assistance. We simply cannot afford to support more losers. BTW - I just love the claims about all of the industrial and commercial uses for hemp. Can you name one hemp product that is superior to similar products that are available on the market today? .
  • I say make it legal! If it was controlled like cigarettes and alcohol and the taxes that go with it, our economy would improve. Other than the obviose reasons. It would give cops time to fight real crime, it wuld pay off alot of defisits our past government left for us and it would have the same age limits as ciggerettes. You hear about drunk drivers killing people, plowing into trees and being irresposible. How often have you heard of someone smoking a joint and kiling people in accidents or getting into bar fights. It wouldnt "promote" the use of it, Very few people hav'ent smoked it at some point and more than you think do it now. I dont think anyone 55 nd under would really oppose. I prefer smoking to drinking anytie, and no hangover, nor is it addictive.
  • the variety of product strains hemp could make contributions to is spectacular. From outfits, to coffee, to elegance aids! when I lived in Seattle i became into continuously taken aback to work out the variety and form of shop cubicles at HempFest. whilst nevertheless a "cottage industry", i think of hemp is getting extra mainline traction and acceptance as a available option to cotton or maybe some wood based fiber products (paper, some linen products, press board, etc.). i think of that the combat against extra and prolonged utilization of Hemp based products is extra of a attitude than an economic difficulty -- nonetheless lots of the solutions here already make a valid factor on the shift to employing hemp inflicting a capability on economic sectors. we ought to circulate our questioning from hemp being a "highway drug" to observing this plant as a sustainable source.
  • I support it fully. Although I must admit that their financial issues are their own fault through bad policies. But that's another story. Back on topic, this whole, War On Drugs is a ridiculous waste of money, and it had been proven time and time again that marijuana is a useful medicine and is far less dangerous that alcohol and tobacco! Of course, we never hear about that unless you search for it. Also, industrial hemp is a damn useful plant, and one cannot get high off it. The THC content is FAR too low. I believe that this will bring in $1.4 billion dollars for the state. Now if other states would do this, and use more effective drug programs opposed to gloom and doom like we do now, we could see a decline in drug use. I encourage anyone interested in the whole marijuana debate to watch the film, The Union: the Business Behind Getting High. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-9077214414651731007 Penn and Teller's Bullsh*t an excellent show on Showtime, also has an episode on the Drug war. You can find the episode on youtube if your interested.
  • Hemp yes, Marijuana no since they're two different plants. Why not? A life time of dealing with usless druggies.
  • Industrial hemp would be a boon to the economy for its myriad of uses. Regular marijuana is no more dangerous than alcohol. When was the last time you read about a brawl getting started from a couple of people being high on marijuana? Bar brawls and domestic disputes with alcohol at the origin are common. Marijuana ought to be legal everywhere. And this from someone with no use to use it myself. The drug war, especially over marijuana is a joke. And the tax revenue from marijuana would really be useful about now.
  • I cannot believe the ignorance of the mass of people who don't know difference between Industrial Hemp, and Marihuana. I suppose that is the point though to keep the masses ignorant and managable. Ron Paul has introduced House Resolutions year after year to legalize the misclassified Industrial Hemp, but they get squashed every year. What is going on here really. Why is everyone so so so stupid? Industrial Hemp is not Marihuana Here are some facts about Industrial Hemp HISTORY FACTS *Hemp has been grown for at least the last 12,000 years for fiber (textiles and paper) and food. It has been effectively prohibited in the United States since the 1950s. *George Washington and Thomas Jefferson both grew hemp. Ben Franklin owned a mill that made hemp paper. Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence on hemp paper. *When US sources of "Manila hemp" (not true hemp) was cut off by the Japanese in WWII, the US Army and US Department of Agriculture promoted the "Hemp for Victory" campaign to grow hemp in the US. *Because of its importance for sails (the word "canvass" is rooted in "cannabis") and rope for ships, hemp was a required crop in the American colonies. INDUSTRY FACTS *Henry Ford experimented with hemp to build car bodies. He wanted to build and fuel cars from farm products. *BMW is experimenting with hemp materials in automobiles as part of an effort to make cars more recyclable. *Much of the bird seed sold in the US has hemp seed (it's sterilized before importation), the hulls of which contain about 25% protein. *Hemp oil once greased machines. Most paints, resins, shellacs, and varnishes used to be made out of linseed (from flax) and hemp oils. *Rudolph Diesel designed his engine to run on hemp oil. *Kimberly Clark (on the Fortune 500) has a mill in France which produces hemp paper preferred for bibles because it lasts a very long time and doesn't yellow. *Construction products such as medium density fiber board, oriented strand board, and even beams, studs and posts could be made out of hemp. Because of hemp's long fibers, the products will be stronger and/or lighter than those made from wood. *The products that can be made from hemp number over 25,000. SCIENTIFIC FACTS *Industrial hemp and marijuana are both classified by taxonomists as Cannabis sativa, a species with hundreds of varieties. C. sativa is a member of the mulberry family. Industrial hemp is bred to maximize fiber, seed and/or oil, while marijuana varieties seek to maximize THC (delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol, the primary psychoactive ingredient in marijuana). *While industrial hemp and marijuana may look somewhat alike to an untrained eye, an easily trained eye can easily distinguish the difference. *Industrial hemp has a THC content of between 0.05 and 1%. Marijuana has a THC content of 3% to 20%. To receive a standard psychoactive dose would require a person to power-smoke 10-12 hemp cigarettes over an extremely short period of time. The large volume and high temperature of vapor, gas and smoke would be almost impossible for a person to withstand. *If hemp does pollinate any nearby marijuana, genetically, the result will always be lower-THC marijuana, not higher-THC hemp. If hemp is grown outdoors, marijuana will not be grown close by to avoid producing lower-grade marijuana. *Hemp fibers are longer, stronger, more absorbent and more mildew-resistant than cotton. *Fabrics made of at least one-half hemp block the sun's UV rays more effectively than other fabrics. *Many of the varieties of hemp that were grown in North America have been lost. Seed banks weren't maintained. New genetic breeding will be necessary using both foreign and domestic "ditchweed," strains of hemp that went feral after cultivation ended. Various state national guard units often spend their weekends trying to eradicate this hemp, in the mistaken belief they are helping stop drug use. *A 1938 Popular Mechanics described hemp as a "New Billion Dollar Crop." That's back when a billion was real money. *Hemp can be made in to a variety of fabrics, including linen quality. LEGAL FACTS *The US Drug Enforcement Agency classifies all C. sativa varieties as "marijuana." While it is theoretically possible to get permission from the government to grow hemp, DEA would require that the field be secured by fence, razor wire, dogs, guards, and lights, making it cost-prohibitive. *The US State Department must certify each year that a foreign nation is cooperating in the war on drugs. The European Union subsidizes its farmers to grow industrial hemp. Those nations are not on this list, because the State Department can tell the difference between hemp and marijuana. *Hemp was grown commercially (with increasing governmental interference) in the United States until the 1950s. It was doomed by the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937, which placed an extremely high tax on marijuana an
  • Absolutely, Hemps one of the most useful plants in the world and we can tax Cannabis.
  • By making cannabis and/or hemp illegal the governments have legislated laws against nature.
  • No. Hemp has been far out preformed by current modern materials. Its time has long since past.
  • An 8 year old cannot legally sign a contract. The parents or legal guardian have to execute a special power of attorney duly authenticated/notarized with a seal by a US Consular Office in the country where they reside in order for this document to be honored in California authorizing you to purchase a property. Make sure you indicate all the important things in the Power of Attorney. If you need more help I am a Realtor in California, you can e-mail me at jugotiz@sbcglobal.net Good luck!
  • Rod is correct; and you need to understand one caveat; one big component of this proposed purchase. while anyone any one can buy real estate in the US, it [stupidly] does not mean you will automatically be able to live in the house or even VISIT IT. keep that in mind!! [you need to set up a trust for anyone under age 18 to have any rights to property]
  • Why does this deal seem shady? Why does he have to buy it in his 8 year old daughters name? Odd What exactly is your brother trying to evade here?
  • You would need power of attorney.
  • I sent my I-129f petion of to the California Service Center on the 1st of september and by the 5th of september the money had been deducted from my fiancee's bank account, is this normal, i thought it was supposed to take weeks. I have yet to recieve the 1st NOA, what does them cashing the check mean, am I now in a queue or still at the bottom.
  • Yes, it is normal. Oohh. they may take a long time processing your papers but they want their money fast..:-)) If they cashed your check it means your papers were accepted. They didn't find anything wrong and nothing was missing. Next thing you'll get a receipt in the mail letting you know your papers have been received and approved (only the papers, ok?). If you don't, contact them!! The rest of the process is going to take longer, but at least you know things are working. .
  • They take the money pretty quickly. You should be getting a receipt in a few weeks. During immigration, the only thing that happens quickly is the govt cashing checks, ha! But at the end it is worth it to have done it the right way. Good luck!
  • Usually when they cash the check it means that your paperwork was in order and your will receive your receipt notice shortly.
  • It just means that they have started to process your request.
  • assuming your employer is a California business entity, they are required to meet state standards irrespective of where you did the work. as an employee, your contract is with your employer who is bound by state labor law. However, if you were working as an independent contractor, then all bets are off, you may have difficulty finding a court with jurisdiction, let alone binding regulations. no state or local entity has tax or regulatory power within a federal land reservation, be it military or tribal. thus a federal agency can hire contractors to perform work that is not regulated by the state, for example a road on base does not have to be designed by a state registered engineer. nor does a contractor have to stick to EPA regulations either.
  • Whatever your question is (I don't understand PTO - I don't know what that means) as long as you are a CIVILIAN worker (not part of the military) you are under the jurisdiction of California labor laws. I suggest you contact the Labor Relations Board - it is listed in your local YELLOW PAGES, and direct your question there.
  • If you have your bank, you can cash it there and I know Wal-Mart will cash it for about $3.00.
  • You need to get with the company that has your 401k and talk to them about getting out cash, every company handles things differently. There may be a penalty for doing so, and also you will have to pay a % to the IRS when you file taxes on it even if you have taxes taken out on the amount you remove. We did so last year and had to pay.
  • Depending on many factors, what you do with your retirement fund could be great or it could be catastrophic. There are tons of Web sites with free information about how to handle a retirement account. The big mutual fund companies all have free information online, even to nonmembers, regarding options for retirement accounts. The company that manages your 401(k) would have information regarding such matters, as well. Such big decisions definitely merit much thought and research.
  • Try to resist doing that if you possibly can. find the extra money some other way.
  • Usually its $20 increments for Express Cash. Call them and confirm. http://www.ehow.com/how_5242958_cash-adv...
  • Probably the max you could get is around $340 per month plus food stamps. I doubt that you would qualify for welfare cash benefits though, seeing as how you are already getting unemployment cash benefits. DSHS will come through wiith some food stamps though, I think, since you have two kids to feed. What happened to the father(s) of your children? You should be getting child support payments from them.
  • No, tax is completely legal.
  • If you are asking if there is some clause of the united states or california constitution that prohibits imposing sales tax, there is not. if you are asking if the cities, counties and states have actually imposed such a tax, I would be glad to do the research for my customary fee.
  • There is nothing in the Constitution that limits the percentage of tax a state may impose on drugs.
  • No, why would it be? They are selling a product, it can be taxed. Those who want marijuana legalized, being taxed and regulated goes hand in hand with legalization.
  • id call the state supreme court and tell them you are being overtaxed on your illegal weed
  • red cross and other whole blood donation centers typically DON'T offer compensation. Its the plasma donation centers that do. I'd recommend going to Bloodbanker.com to find a center close to you, they have the most plasma donation listings on the web. Below is the link to the California listings.
  • Plasma Donation Orange County
  • The most they can legally offer is travel expenses and they seldom even do that. There are occasionally an offer for someone who has a rare blood type and there is someone that is specifically in need but that very seldom occurs. You might check with the red cross centers.
  • What do you mean by sell blood ? As far as I understand blood donation is a volunteer act. If you pay money for blood that is for testing blood for infections. But if you have taken blood for some patients and wanna return it you may contact the blood center from where you have taken that. If you are interested to donate blood you may contact the near by blood donation center.
  • And you put that in the Dining Out category?
  • Go to a local bank in your area and open an account n your name for this purpose and then they will take the check for a deposit and then in few days after the check clears and they have the amount of the funds available to them the will be made available to you to use at that time for that purpose. Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 11/26/2012
  • not likely any where unless you know someone who will cash it for you but then they probably can't cash it at their bank because the check is not made out to them take your refund check to the bank, open an account with the check and after the waiting period the funds will be available to you
  • Have you tried your bank?
  • Deposit it into your account
  • Very definately-most OB's and hospitals have discounts for cash. Start checking now, since they will require the funds to be paid by delivery. Make sure you ask about epidurals and the charge for the pediatrician's well-check of the baby after it's born. Of course you will need coverage after the baby is born, so start checking with independant agents to see what that will cost. Of course, if you or your baby have any complications during your pregnancy, you may need to apply for Medi-cal. If that becomes the issue, usually hospitals can assist with that. But here is the link in case you wanted to check it out now: http://www.dhcs.ca.gov/individuals/Pages...
  • Sure, but it's still really expensive. You can't get maternity insurance now that you're pregnant, unless you qualify for welfare insurance (medicaid). Also, check into birthing centers - they're usually MUCH cheaper than a hospital.
  • I think they found out about the Nevada OUIL.
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  • Generally speaking it will take between 7 - 10 days to receive your license from the time they process the application regardless of address change. Give dmv a call and have them look at the record. If there is a notation that the license was returned by the post office, they should be able to issue another one just by tweaking the address slightly (assuming the address on record is correct). If not, you'll need to make an appt to come in to dmv. They will process a no fee duplicate at the field office.
  • Geez, I got my renewed license in 8 days...but there were no changes made to it. Since the change you made was to your address, maybe it was sent it to the old address(?). CA is issuing newly designed licenses... maybe your license was put into that pile. Here's a toll free number for the DMV: Customer Assistance For all customer-related questions Please call (800) 777-0133 And the website: http://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/home/dmv.ht...
  • about a week if that long.
  • Unemployment benefits are a federal program administered by the states. So yes, the unemployment checks are still being issued. If you have moved permanently out of state your eligibility status may have changed. Since fraud carries stiff penalties, I'd look into that.
  • Yes! Social programs like unemployment benefits always are covered even when a state in is trouble financially! Vouchers are a thing of the past with direct deposit! Just update your address and/or bank account information on California's website.
  • Wouldn't directly asking the State Employment Agency get you a more reliable answer.
  • No. If you're getting food stamps, why are you buying beer? Get a job. ON EDIT: Oops, my bad; you're talking about taxpayer's cash money. You can get cash at many ATMs, and buy whatever you want. You should still get a job.
  • No the transaction won't go through, same with all other alcohol, most energy drinks and cigarettes.
  • Oh how i weep for the future...
  • sure can
  • If you cash it at a branch of your own bank, it shouldn't be a problem.
  • You file in the state the loan took place. If you mailed him a check, the suit could be filed in either state because you drafted the check in California and he cashed it in Idaho.
  • what was your contract about when he would return the money?
  • Go to the bank where the check is drawn with all the id you have and ask to cash it.
  • I am not sure there is a maximum, but EU law is that if you bring less than 10000€ (or equivalent), you have nothing to do. If you bring MORE than 10000€, then you need to declare it to customs at your point of entry. This is true also when leaving the EU. See http://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/cus...
  • Most recycling plants will buy bottles/cans/anything you can recycle. I think you have to have a certain amount though - I could be wrong. Also some manufacturing companies will buy back used bottles.cans. Check to see if there is one in your area.
  • just google "local recycling place"
  • give me your full address and phone number. then i'll tell you where
  • the only way to sell a car fast for some fast cash is to sell super cheap. If you want top dollar for your car then forget about selling fast. Any car more than a thousand dollars you may sell right away or it may take months. There is on real way to sell a car fast and in a hurry unless you sell it super cheap I would use the local newspaper for starters and hope like heck you get lucky and someone with a pocket full of cash shows up and says yea I need that car what will you take and buys it right then.
  • well depends what kind of car it is its socal certain cars fly off fast i had a '72 mustang my dad bought 10 years ago..the car isnt fixed up or anything it had a lot of work needed..no sign no nothing just parked up the drive way we had like 10 offers within a month..so it all depends
  • make and model would us help with the answer. if within a few years old then carmax might by it but if more than four years old then newspaper or the one you said no to graigslist but will get a lot of hagglers if they know you need to get rid of it fast. just don't bring that up if you don't want to hear it
  • put your car in the newspaper ! a lot of people look for a car in the newspaper !
  • It depends upon your other income and how much per year you intend to collect when you retire, or just cash it in. I too live in California and we are taxed more than most states. Places like Nevada have lower state taxes (none at all as far as income goes if I'm not mistaken.) They get all the revenue from the gambling casinos. My guess is you might be taxed anywhere from 16 % if you take only about 12,000 per yr. to 33% if you take it in a lump sum. (Depending upon your yearly deductions.) You provide NO other important info so it's impossible to be any more helpful than this. Planning on retiring on $95,000.00 any time soon ? Not a good idea.
  • no
  • California state sales tax is 8.25%. Many cities and counties have local sales tax in addition to this. For example, Chula Vista, where I live, is 8.75%. Three miles north of here in National City, the sales tax is 9.75%. You need to specify a locality for us to answer your question. The link below lists sales tax rates for every municipality in California: http://www.boe.ca.gov/cgi-bin/rates.cgiFor Chula Vista, 100 / 1.0875 = the amount you can spend = $91.95 For National City, 100 / 1.0975 = $91.11
  • Do they check your ID/age before you cash out? I am currently 20 and want to go play poker but the nearest casino that allows under 21 is 2 hours away and I really don't want to drive that far. I have been told MANY times that I look 24 and have been offered beers from bar tenders and let into bars before. Just wondering if I can get away with going to the casino 10-15 minutes from my house. What will happen if I get caught?
  • I have never been to a casino in California but, from my experience when I was 20, I would go to oklahoma and play blackjack since the gambling age there is 18. They did not ask for my ID since I did appear a lot older than 20 Also when I cashed out, they did not ask for my ID. And I know one of my friends who lived in Vegas would gamble when he was 19, and they didn't check his ID. However I have been asked for an ID when I went to a casino in Canada. I would say it depends on the casino. Some would kick you out, and others might call the police and arrest you for trespassing. I would say to stay on the safe side on go to a 18 and over casino it's not worth the police intervention. Otherwise good luck!
  • The cage typically checks ID even if a table games dealers fails to do so. Most stories of underage gamblers getting caught is the cage cards them. Getting caught will make someone their lose their job.
  • If you have a friend who knows you, and that you trust, you could endorse the check over to him, he could deposit it in his account and give you the funds.
  • Go to the DMV and get a duplicate,legitimate ID. NO place will accept a photocopy.
  • Cannot be refunded/redeemed EXCEPT in Ca etc. Ca. is one of the states it can be redeemed or refunded so the answer should be yes
  • You get paid for jury duty, even if you're not selected for a jury. You will probably be given a check and it will either be given to you in person, at the end of your jury duty, or in the mail.
  • How much you will make varies a lot. If you just sell a contract to buy (wholesale the deal) you would make less than if you completed the purchase and then did some minor cosmetic work. How much cash you need to tie up also varies. Getting an option to buy and then selling the option could mean you have very little tied up. Some folks can time a deal very closely so you have almost nothing tied up. What you will make varies a lot. Some folks will not even consider a deal unless they believe they will make $50K. Others are happy if they can make $10K. William Bronchick has a good book on the topic of flipping. Amazon will have it.
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  • No, it's illegal under CA labor law.. California allows an employer to make an employee repay a register shortage ONLY if he sues the employee in court and obtains a court judgment finding the specific employee to be responsible. California does not even allow an employee to "consent" to such a deduction. If you are disciplined for refusing to go along with your employers illegal act, file a complaint with the DIR. Here is the DIR page on the subject.... http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/faq_deduction...Richard
  • No it's not legal. The only legal course of action is to fire any/every person that had the ability to operate the register. If you don't know how to, and did not touch the register then no this is not legal. I don't suggest legal actions as this will cost more than what you would stand to gain. If, however, you did have anything to do with the register, then pay up and consider yourself lucky you didn't get fired.
  • Ok, so my landlord is a new landlord. I live in a house he recently bought with 3 other friends. We pay $2,000 a month and we pay for all of the bills. However, according to him, he's only renting room by room, when we were under the impression that he was renting the house. Our grass has gotten ridiculously long and he refuses to cut it because he feels that it's not his responsibility. He also likes to come in and out of the house at random times, sometimes at very inconvenient times. Another problem is that he has communication problems and likes to beat around the bush constantly. My roommates and I feel that we can't get our message through to him and things are jumbled when he talks. We had an argument one day about us "renting rooms" when we were technically renting out the house the whole time. We ended up saying that we would be responsible for the grass but from that point on, he would receive 2000 a month and we would be leasing the house. A day later, he decides to go back on his word, even when 2 of us witnessed what he said orally. Here's the catch to everything, though: We haven't signed a contract and the only paper trail are the checks that we write. What options do my roommates and I have? What kind of protection do we have? He feels that we are threats to him, so he has been showcasing the house without letting us know. We don't feel safe and finding a house around the university is very difficult. We pay rent on time, all the time, in full and we're very responsible. Please advise.
  • California tenant laws apply mostly to apartment units and not houses, things like LA rent control don't apply to SFR (Houses and Condo's). Oral contracts for real estate are valid only if the terms are less then 30 days; so with the cashed checks you can establish that you rent the house and you are tenants but either you or the landlord can give 30 day notice to end the month to month tenancy. Landlords must give 24 hour notice to demand entrance inside the house, if he asks to enter with out notice you can deny him. You also have the right to 'peaceful use of the property' which is kind of vague but the idea is to keep a landlord from harassing a tenant; as an example giving you a 24hr notice to enter every day. But the real issue is your on a month to month tenancy, the landlord can ask you to move with a 30 day notice at anytime if he is pissed off at you and you have no real recourse unless he commits a real crime like assault and battery against you. As for the lawn, you rent the house, you have to take care of the yard....ahh the landlord doesn't live in the house right? I would ask the landlord for a lease or rental agreement or leave, life is too short for this kind of bullshit.
  • Because there is no written lease, you have a default month-to-month tenancy. Either part can terminate the lease, by giving the other 30 days notice. All of the common protections, as described in the California Landlord Tenant Act, apply. You should go to the state's website http://www.ca.gov and read the information on the Landlord Tenant Act. Note: Some cities, such as Los Angeles, have their own Landlord-Tenant Laws, which will trump the state's laws. Here's a few tips: (1) Your landlord must give you "reasonable" notice before entering or showing the premises. In most courts, reasonable means at least 24 hours. (2) Unless a written lease specifies otherwise, it is the landlords responsibility to maintain common areas (e.g. the lawn) -- unless it's not a common area and it's something like a enclosed patio, that only belongs to your unit. In that case, you're responsible for it (this is rare). Good Luck!
  • Oral agreements mean nothing. If you haven't signed a lease, then you have few protections and obviously you and the landlord have differing views on just what you are "renting." Come to agreement on a lease or move. Google "catenant" for a pamphlet on CA tenant law.
  • You would have to go to California to file suit in small claims court. You can try the Better Business Bureau in CA. Or contact the state's consumer protection bureau. I hope you did not lose too much money.
  • What did the company say about your order? There would be no court of justice to file a claim with unless you were in Calilfornia now. Did you order it directly using a credit card? I think it is too late to dispute it with your credit card company.
  • Is the child support of $250 every two weeks court ordered? If so, you are not eligible for cash assistance in CA. You would have to return to court for a modification of child support. If it is a voluntary payment, if you apply for cash assistance your ex will be taken to court for additional child support.
  • you get whateva they give you so drive your azz down there and fill out the forms instead of complaining online i get it all. i get his whole check. that's cuz we still togetha!
  • It's not illegal to carry $10,00 cash inside the US. Crossing national borders can get sticky, but not state to state. And you're right, don't check it! Carry it on you--consider using a money belt. Like these: http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keyword...
  • Just put it in your pocket. Don't let it out of your sight around the TSA they are full of crooks. No you will not get in trouble the last time I checked it isn't illegal to carry cash in the united states.
  • Registered mail
  • Wire it.
  • first go to the bank and discuss this with the manager. then while in his office, call the police. because of your willingness to assist the police in the conviction of this man, the bank may reimburse you for your loss. as for what might happen to him, why should you care what happens to him? he stole from you by committing forgery and fraud. in california do they not have the 3 strikes and your "in" law? in being in jail. what ever he gets he deserves and will keep him away from you.
  • depends... before you founfd this out were the 2 of you on good or bad terms?
  • You should have them by now. I hope you have a receipt showing the fees have been paid. Give them a visit and ask.
  • In California you have to have the guns transferred to you at a gun shop,you will have to do some paperwork and you're probably going to have to wait several days before you can take possession of the guns. In free states like mine you just give him the cash and he gives you the guns.
  • Just like the Kid said. You have to DROS them thru a dealer or anyone with a FFL. Pay the fees for the transfer and wait 10 Days per Calif. law.
  • IN CA, ALL firearms transaction MUST go through an FFL dealer.
  • i work at customer service and i can tell you can either mail in your return or you can take it to the store with your order information and get it back on your card or cash. if you lose your order information we can look it up by your email address. o and its actually 3 returns in a 45 day period without a receipt and when you reach that it takes 6 months to get off but since its online there is no limit
  • Yep as long as you have the receipt, but if you dont you can only exchange or get store credit, i only think you make returns 2 to 3 times a month, because walmart makes you show them your photo id or driving license.
  • are you nuts:) you think I am going to check 10 web sites to do your homework... I'll tell you what the number 1 cash crop of California is....MARIJUANA
  • JOURNALISM! NICE TRY.
  • Depends on where you live. I live in California. We have check cashing places that are open seven days a week. Our local grocery store (Safeway) also cashes checks.
  • no, you need a type 6 FFL to sell reloaded ammunition. it's considered manufacturing ammunition for sale, and regulated by the ATF. you can obtain the equipment and start learning now, but without about $200,000 cash you will not be able ot sell your reloads. Doing it in California is especially expensive, you'll need the usual business license and place of business,but also have permission from the fire department, blast proof safes, secure storage, and between 1 to 10 million dollars of liability insurance (even if you claim no liability on your products- some people don't know how to read). the actual license fees are not expensive, the expensive part is finding a location you can do this at, paying rent, utilities, employees and insurance premiums. the 06 FFL is like $400 or something, getting the permits in CA will cost at least 10X that. CA will try to block you from doing this.
  • The machine can be purchased without a license. You however do need a federal license to manufacture ammo if you sell the ammo. At least $1,000,000 in liability insurance would be a good idea if your buddy has any assets to protect. Setting up a subchapter-s or similar corporation would help limit his personal liability.
  • He can - but - I doubt he can afford to do it legally. The license is $500 for three years if the local police will sign it. And before it is approved by the feds - you need to prove you have at least $500,000 in liability insurance for the manufacture of ammo. I checked with State Farm Insurance a few years back and they wanted $431 a month for the insurance.
  • You can't reload and legally sell ammo anywhere in the country without at least a Type 6 FFL. Effectively you have run it as a business. You can buy the equipment and reload ammo for your own use legally.
  • No, he has to be a licensed ammunition manufacturer, which costs A LOT of money.
  • No.
  • From the state web site: State Controller announces delay for tax refunds Due to the state's persistent cash and budget problems, the State Controller announced on Friday, January 16, 2009 that without immediate budget solutions that fix the state's cash shortfall he will have to delay refunds for 30 days starting February 1, 2009 for Personal Income Tax and Business Entity taxpayers. FTB is still processing returns as normal. However, it is likely this delay will affect state refunds for most early filers. Returns that have not completed processing before February 1, 2009 will have their refunds held for 30 days. This applies to all refund types. Delayed Direct Deposit Refunds (DDR) will be electronically transmitted when funds are available. FTB will update this website with FAQs as further information becomes available.
  • i don't stay in California. I think of nonetheless if it quite is the state it is giving out IOUs, then it would influence in basic terms the state tax return, not the federal. hi, thumbs down!! The state and federal treasuries are separate entities! So, the state tax return has not something to do with the federal and vice versa! Geez.
  • Interestingly, under California's "top two" primary system, the final two candidates would not necessarily be a Democrat and a Republican. Given Gov. Brown's successes, it is unlikely that any opponent could beat him, but I would guess he would love to face Donnelly rather than Kashkari. The opposition to Donnelly within the GOP could also lead to Republican voters sitting out the general election, which would harm other Republican candidates and also affect votes on propositions. So, all in all, it would appear disadvantageous to the GOP to have Donnelly in the general election. But the California GOP has a long history of shooting itself in the foot.
  • Sorry, he used to be our Assemblyman. He's just 3 steps this side of the Westboro Baptist Church. He's never indicated that he has any idea what the state of CA needs or wants. All he knows is his own philosophy and the little world of Hesperia and now Twin Peaks.
  • To my knowledge, the French never set up too many major settlements in the New World. They primarily had small, widely dispersed trading outposts, and mainly traded in furs and Native American goods, shipping them back to Europe. The Spanish were not in the New World for settlement either, there were there in search of wealth. While they may have had crops of some sort, they didn't rely on "cash crops" like the English did. They spent most of their time searching for gold.
  • California Redemption Value (CRV) on Beverage Containers increased to 5 cents for containers under 24 ounces and 10 cents for larger containers.
  • Assess the base of the bottle, most coke and water bottles are constituted of PET which is without doubt one of the plastics most most of the time recycled via councils. PET bottles have a number 1 inside the triangular recycling logo. A quantity 2 within the logo signifies HDPE an extra frequently recycled plastic. Most plastics will also be recycled but now not all councils pick to do that at reward. Finally nearby authorities will must put facilities in situation to do that. I also think we need some laws in situation to be certain all packaging is obviously labelled to help recycling & disposal. Cheers and hold recycling!
  • I live in Southern California. I've been at this apartment complex for a short amount of time; I only did a three month lease contract. It's my last month in the complex and my roommate and I both handed off our checks to the land lord on the 1st of this month (May). It is now the 21st of the month and both of us have checked our online bank statements, which say that the checks have not been cashed/deposited. I checked with the front office / Land Lord and they say we are up-to-date on our payments. He even turned his screen around to show me that we were cleared and they had deposited our money. I called the bank. Both of our checks have not been deposited still. Does this mean free rent?! Do we get to keep the money if they say they have received it but the amount not been removed from our accounts?! However, we have both left the money aside, in case they figure out the glitch in their system. We are both just curious what this means.
  • @Dark Firstly, they have always deposited our checks within the first week of handing it off. I even checked with my neighbors, all 3 of the different apartments, and their checks have all been deposited. Second, in the post i mention how i went to his office and he showed me on his computer they we have been cleared for the month and they have deposited our checks. Last and most important, how long of a waiting period should i hold this money before i can consider it mine?
  • Lots of things could have gone wrong. Could be a bank screw up, but given you and your roommate both have he same issue with different checks then it doesn't sound like that would be it. It's possible your landlord recorded these as being cashed on their computer, but they didn't actually cash them in error. They'll discover this at the end of the month when they get their bank statements. If you really want to get to the bottom of it, ask your landlord to verify the checks are in their bank; not just in their accounting system. If they are showing on their bank website or statement then it is a bank error. Keep the money in your account because eventually it will be figured out.
  • Sorry no such thing as free. The landlord has a different bank than you. Just because he deposited the checks doesn't mean they have cleared your accounts yet. Sometimes this process can be slow. And if the checks later bounce this will cost you a lot of headache! Without money transfer you have not paid the rent it aill eventually catch up to you. Sorry no free rent!
  • i am frightened, I'm 75 years old and have been given an eviction notice--I am not behind on rent and not behind on utilities--the money is in the bank--but the manager, who is new, says she gave my check to her accountant--I don't trust her--she's been negligent on other things--like sending me a bill that the apartment complex ran up for newspaper advertisement--the bill was addressed to the previous manager of a few yrs back, who had a name similar to mine---but STILL!!! it was addressed to the apartment complex--not at all my bill--I didn't advertise for anything in a newspaper.
  • The bank screwed up. Somebody else probably had your rent taken out of their account, and the bank is trying to figure it out. I made a deposit of 25 rent checks one month. 3 of them didn't post to the owner's account, though the tenant's accounts showed the checks were cashed. We had to take the proof of the checks being cashed by the 3 tenants to the bank, so they could try and figure out what happened. Eventually, they found them. If only you could be so lucky. Aren't you glad you aren't the guy who got your rent check deducted from his account, and then all his checks bounced :-)
  • it means something has gone wonky somewhere. pretend the money is no longer in your account & don't spend it. they will collect it eventually & you don't want to get hit w/ bounced check fees when that happens.
  • I think its better to check his account.
  • Free rent for you! Cha ching.
  • Yes, as long as I is good you can cash it. They may charge a small fee as well/ Is that a picture ID? You can call and ask them.
  • yeah you should have picked the los angeles section for this question haha! Laguna beach is one of my favorite beaches actually (well atleast south laguna) There are a ton of shops and bars and stuff around the beach, which if your not into that then at least it provides a lot more parking. The beach itself is tight! At times there are actually some great waves for body boarding, but sometimes there is a lot of kelp. there are some tide pools/rocks you can climb on to the south of the beach too which are pretty cool. Also on the beach is a basketball court and volleyball courts. So obviously bring sun screen, cash and any of the needed things for the activities i mentioned above. Have fun on your trip!
  • An open mind. Lots of people living 'alternative lifestyles' there. Money. Good walking shoes. You have to walk up and down the hills. You know Laguna Beach is in Southern Orange County, south of Los Angeles? Lots of art museums, set off some time for that. The beach is nice and there are several places to eat in the village.
  • Laguna Beach is hundreds of miles from San Francisco.
  • Expect to have to drive long distances on a regular basis. Expect people to not be very friendly. Depending on the time of year expect it to be very warm though the ocean may still be way too cold to swim in. For specifics on Laguna Beach you might try asking this question on the LA travel board it is much closer than San Francisco and the southern california experience is VERY different.
  • Netflix "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County" series. ; )
  • Pleasant weather, but the water at the beach is really cold.
  • Sun block!
  • LOTS of money. Whatever you think you'll need, double it and add thirty percent.
  • I never been to california so i don't know, and i don't know anyone to answer your question. sorry
  • "can i buy a rifle in california with a juvinile record?" No, they usually require cash, checks, or plastic . . . ;D It shouldn't be an issue. Go for it.
  • Your juvenal record doesn't matter. As long as you haven't been convicted of a felony, do not abuse illegal drugs, haven't been convicted of domestic abuse and haven't renounced your citizenship. If you haven't done any of these things you may purchase any legal rifle. Additionally you are eligible to purchase any legal handgun upon completion of a handgun safety test (takes about 30 mins)
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  • As long as you were not convicted of a felony.
  • it stands a very real chance of passing. but what then? still going to have issues with the feds. california is looking at their largest cash crop that is going untaxed in this economic crisis. they are reasonable people. most aware people in usa know the truth about pot. then west coast goes green.
  • Theres a 50/50 chance, but, if so, how will this work? What process do they have to go through to get this bill passed? If enough voters vote 'yes' ,then they simple legalize it for the people? That doesnt make sense,and all the biggest governers and lawmakers are against it, so ,cant see how that'll work out...How can one state legalize and not 50?, thats ridiculous, but I do want some blueberry...
  • Does a broke prostitute have a chance at getting the clap?
  • It's got a chance but you never should have elected governor meathead.
  • No, unfortunately. Gov. Schwarzenegger won't sign it.
  • yes...and Ahnold will sign it. He will sign because it will increase revenue to his state.
  • In California, can an ex tenant (in a residential home) sue the landlord over the security deposit AFTER the tenant has already cashed the security deposit refund sent by the landlord? By the way, the landlord has proof that the tenant has cashed that check within 21 days from the end of the lease. Also, itemized items were listed out for the tenant as to what the damages were, how much the repair was (at market rates), and photos of the damages were taken.
  • Unfortunately yes they can. Tenant laws in CA are very unfriendly for Landlords. Tenants can sue even though the check was cashed. However, I would no worry in your case. It sounds like you did everything you were supposed to do and have documented items to prove it (which is the most important part.) I would document all communication with this tenant in writing. Good luck!
  • If the tenant took pictures of the home after the move to show the how good of shape it was left in, then there's a possiblity. I got sued by an ex landlord who said I had to pay $500 in cleaning on a 900 sqft apartment made of bricks. I took pictures before I left, went to court, handed the judge the pictures and notified him I clean for a living. The only thing I had to pay for was a broken window screen. It's possible, but you have to have evidence to back your story. If you priced the objects needed to be replaced and the cost is less then the landlord is giving then bring proof of that. Most landlords over price objects.
  • In this country, anyone can bring a small claims action against another for just about any reason. Whether or not any such action will be successful is another story entirely. You do not indicate the nature of the dispute involved, but I assume it may be over what qualifies as damage (vs wear and tear) and/or the costs of the repairs. As long as you have documentation concerning the damages and your repair charges were reasonable and fair, you basically have not much about which to worry except for your lost time appearing in the court.
  • IN California most residential homes where a lease is required, requirements are listed for move-out condition. If the landlord signed the check and the check is issued, then there is nothing the landlord can do to recoup.... Too late..
  • you can sue anyone for anything in california the question is will you win im not sure what your question is though your the tenant and you cashed a deposit that the landlord gave you back but want to sue him for more money because you allready cashed in on the moeny he owes you? that dont make sense youll lose in court so its not even worth it
  • If you did not get the total amount you were entitled to from your landlord, you can sue for the amount you did not get. Try small claims court. Keep good records and plenty of pictures.
  • I'd say no. If it was cashed, it was accepted. Especially if there was nothing said or done to make it known that there were disputes over the refund.
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  • So now I could roll up on Shell gas station and pick up a dubee for the ride home?? Would that be considered a DUI and would I be able to buy it at any gas station in the next year? Also, how could a large company or business operate selling cannabis when it is federally illegal?? Every receipt they print is basically admission to guilt of breaking federal laws... 0 seconds ago - 4 days le
  • all CALIFORNIA has to do is threaten to withhold federal tax dollars until the fed's back off...once the government see's the amount of revenue generated it will welcome the cash with open arms...with the election cycle looming over their heads now would be a good time to press the issue...legalize the weed and decrimialize the coke and give the world some hope...
  • If you think the deficit is bad now wait until they legalize marijuana. No one will work. They will all be on the side of the road rolling joints. There will be tons of car wrecks because everyone will be so high they won't know what hit them. Maybe thats good because then they won't feel the impact!
  • driving under the influence of drugs is illegal in all states. pot is federally controlled, states have no say on if or not pot is legal. the next prez will cleanout the illegal drug business and seize the homes in calif.
  • California seems to be a world of its own. Anything seems to go. Happy to be on the east coast.
  • Feds would liten up, not worth the fight.
  • Cash employees CAN sue their employers. This is not opinion. This is fact. In California, anyone, regardless of if they are legally or illegally employed, can file a claim with Department of Labor. I have had both State and Federal Dept of Labor come knocking at my door. I know what I'm talking about. There is no necessary qualifications such as paying tax (that is IRS or State problem) or immigrant status (that is ICE issue). All they need is for you to file a claim and they will investigate. They will fine and negotiate a settlement for you, or you can refuse the settlement and take them to court (where the odds are HEAVILY favored towards you). Remember, this is not opinion, this is fact. But understand if you do this, the investigation can be devastating to your employer. Only do it if they really deserve it. Hope this helps.
  • Yes, you can probably sue. You may not get the full protection of the employment laws, but you may still have legally recognized cause of action. You should consult an attorney.
  • As far as the employer and government you do not work for the company. Therefore you may not sue for any type of labor related issues.
  • It is a basis of US law that "anyone can sue anyone for anything". Which doesn't mean you can win - that depends on the facts of the case. Richard
  • yes you can turn them into the labor board , its also called tax fraud. unemployment insurance fraud and Workman's compensation fraud. major trouble . The IRS can audit you as far back as they see check wrote from the accounts payable. to and also interview people thought to be working for them.
  • No,because you have no proof that you even worked there.In order to sure,you need your proof,check stubs ,w-2 forms ,income tax returns etc. So it would just be your word against his.
  • Sure, anybody can sue anybody. Perhaps you'll both get nailed for tax fraud.
  • you wanna think twice about. how do you think a judge employed by the federal government will feel about you screwing the uncle with your salary?
  • yep depends on what happened
  • For what?
  • Is any one aware of any lift ticket deals here in southern california? Last year I remember ralphs had this deal where you buy 10 vitamin waters $1 each and you get a free all day adult lift ticket. My friends and I bought like $100 worth it was great, any thing like that going on? I really want to go snow boarding this season gas is cheap, got myself a new car, but a bit low on cash. thanks
  • i think u can buy them at sport chalet but im not sure. if u find any deals please let me know!! im in so cal area and am really low on cash as well.
  • It depends on where you are headed, have you tried Mount Baldy outside of Los Angeles? You can get deals there from 19-45% off (as low as $31 per day), as well as Learn To Ski packages from $50 online at Liftopia.com
  • If she gets on California welfare,your support payment will go to welfare not her.She'll get $50.00 cash a month from them,the rest of the payment goes to pay the welfare off.Don't be surprised when court pulls you in to re modify your payment amount.California assesses each child at 17% of your net income up to a max of 50% for two or more kids.Any arrears will be tacked on. Forgot,you'll be required to furnish medical for the child(ren) if available or they'll provide it and charge you for it separately.
  • If you are paying the maximum you can pay under the child support laws of your state, then the state is stuck with that. If you ex gf can get welfare then you can't pay any more than you already pay. Why? If the maximum amount is not assessed then parents can low ball everything adn get the state to cover the spread by going on welfare. If you are supposed to pay $280 per month and your ex-gf's maximum welfare allowed is $600 per month then you can't get assessed for the balance of $320. If you could pay that additional $320 under the child support laws, then you'd already be paying it.
  • There are cases in California where a child support paying parent has been required to repay welfare paid to the custodial parent. Contact your county DA's child support division to get accurate details on this law. You will need to know what type of welfare program she is considering as the laws may vary based on the benefits to the child.
  • Most states have guidelines, based on the incomes of the parents. Go to your state's child support agency website for details. Example: In Texas, support for one child is equal to 20% of the non-custodial parent's net income.
  • ...just pay it into your current account of any bank, thats all!
  • you probably won't be able to cash it. i'm sure your bank will make you deposit it and i'm sure they will put a 3-5 day hold on it because it is out of state. good luck to you. maybe next time have him give a post office money order. they are good everywhere!
  • Just bring it in to your bank, and you should be able to either deposit it or cash it.
  • Google California wedding laws The license could will be between 35 to over 100 dollars depending on what county you get marry in Some county will only take cash Both need picture ID with birthdate on it, some county will need a birth certificate Many county clerks do marriage, you need to call to see Real you need to google where you are getting married If you are getting married in LA, Google Marriage laws in Los Angeles CA California will be different from county to county
  • No cash refunds on gift cards. However, CA law prevents any fees or expiration date on gift cards. Many states have followed California's lead.
  • no cash refunds on gift cards
  • It sounds like you're an International Student. Unless you're very, very good, you are unlikely to get scholarships, especially in cash-strapped public California Universities. Consider University of Canterbury, in New Zealand.
  • cash aid and fling taxes? on what income are you planning to file taxes? welfare, SSI,, food stamps etc are not reportable income
  • Why don't you go to (or call) Wells Fargo and ask them and get an accurate answer? OR...get a bank account like the rest of the civilized world.
  • To be legal, you have to pay taxes & register it. Then insurance, if you cant make more than $200 you are spinning your wheels. Many states have an unenforceable limit of 4-5 cars per year per person in their name. But, Im sure many people in many states have many more and nobody ever catches them. The cheaper way to do it is "illegal" and thats to buy with an open title and dont pay taxes or register it. THATS AGAINST THE LAW....like jaywalking. Ive done it dozens of times. Still havent gotten in any trouble nor do I know anyone who has.
  • When you are looking for a car to make a profit from, you should really look around to get the best bang for your buck. Before you are able to legally sell the vehicle, you will need to register it and smog it. Also you will need to pay the sales tax. If the car costs you $3000 to begin with the sales tax alone will be around $300. Already it would be a $100 lost. I live in the bay area and buy than sell cars just for fun. I never really make a huge profit, but I do get to enjoy driving different "high end" cars. I strongly recommend you checking out local car auctions around where you live. You will find great deals on very nice rides. The one I go to sells bank owned vehicles. I get the cars for about half of the blue book value. Then I sell the cars on Craigslist. Keep in mind that the car auctions are where most dealers get their cars to sell on those over priced lots! I hope this helps...
  • That shows you the way useful television is for actual assistance. 8^) California legalized -scientific- marijuana some years in the past (and because then dissimilar different states have too, inclusive of a few purple states like Arizona and Colorado). medical doctors are not allowed to prescribe it, yet while a physician 'recommends' it and delivers a checklist (not a -prescription-, they might't call it that) you will desire to purchase pot from a club set up for that purpose. besides the shown fact that it fairly is nevertheless a federal crime, and the federal marshals are available in each and every so in many situations, arrest quite everyone and confiscate each and every of the pot. The arrestees are then quietly released, stumble on a sparkling grant someplace, and start up back.
  • yes you can if you buy the car don't have your name put on the title so when you go to sell it you can put the buyer name on it and then you have ten days after you buy it to register it in your name. if you dont register it then i believe you pay more when you do. if you do get it in your name then you wont really be making any money cause most likely it will cost 200 to register. I would sell it for around 3800 cause 99% of the time people will try to talk you down and plus you get more.
  • you can sell up to 5 cars a year without a dealer licence, but by law you need to register them in your name, curbing a car( which is buying a car and selling it without registering it is illegal) its been done before
  • Coins, or bills for that matter, are legal tender for debts, public charges, taxes or dues. http://www.ustreas.gov/education/faq/cur...There is no federal law that requires a business to take them for anything else, however. Business are free to develop their own policies on what they take for goods or services. Of course, states can make their own laws.I did a quick search; I do not find a state law for California requiring business to take cash.
  • penneys and nickles are not legal tender. Others are. If they are offered in payment of an existing debt, then the debt is satisfied. However, at a store, there is no debt or contract until the transaction is complete and the store can decline to complete the transaction if it doesn't like your form of payment.
  • im in California, i tried to get welfare 2 yrs ago but was receiving $1000 a month for unemployment so the denied me for cash, but i still received medi-cal and food stamps. Ive heard people getting up to $1500 a month in welfare but it depends on the family size, it would be best to go to a local domestic violence center for help, they have lots of programs, also try your local welfare office for more info, just to let you know they require lots of paperwork and its about a month long proccess i think its best to contact the domestic violence center
  • You should start by visiting first. Narrow choices by researching sites like: http://www.city-data.com/city/San-Diego-...http://www.cityrating.com/citystats.asp?...Find job and apartment through sites like http://sandiego.craigslist.org/Driving would be best for binging your dog. You need 5K in cash, a place to stay , a car thats paid for and a job that will pay you an appropriate salary within six weeks
  • At most 24 hr. stores the cash register wonk even accept the transaction after 2 A.M. No sales between 2 and 6 A.M. in Ca. been that way at least 40 yr. And most convenience stores do lock the coolers.
  • Congratulations. The question is whether you have state issued ID. At 15, you could have a passport. Without a state issued ID, it needs to be bank deposited either into your own savings account, if you have one, or ask your parents to deposit it and help you setup a a bank account. In the signature portion in the back in very small but readable print you can write PAY TO: and your parents name, and sign your name small leaving room for your parent (or anyone else you trust) to sign and deposit it. You would have to allow for the check to clear a few days. See this: http://www.wikihow.com/Endorse-a-CheckIf you have a government issued ID, and the bank it is drawn on has a branch, you can cash it at the branch. With that much money, you can also consider setting up an account at a stock broker like scottrade. It would be a special account for minors setup under uniform gift to minors act in a guardian's and your name. You can buy mutual funds and stocks if you choose, but realize it is gambling.
  • Read your disclosures. That is the fine print pamphlet that comes with every new account and when terms are updated. If it's a legal procedure, then it will be spelled out there. You can ask for a courtesy reversal of your fees.
  • You are going to have a hard time cashing this check. You will either need to bring a utility bill in your name that shows the address the check has. Is this a payroll check?
  • it usually matters and with no d.l., passport or bank account it is doubtful. do you even have a social security no.? if you get other billing mail at this address such as utilities etc., you can take that bill with youand at least try. it might help if you do this at the bank the check was written from.
  • There is no law on the matter.
  • Cripes! The CC issuers now allow merchants to charge a fee for using a credit card. Now merchants are charging a fee for using cash. I guess they'll never be happy with customers making payments. It's not illegal, but it certainly is dumb.
  • if you have a contract check the terms they cannot change terms without your consent on certain things. However no contract or contract states fees you are screwed well not really just stop doing business with them. Over the past 10 years as companies have made things annoying to me I just stopped useing them and funny thing is after a couple of months I do not miss it at all Saved close to 30K on misc things I used to buy and do
  • actual rob for various years ATT cellular charged $5 to settle for funds and on some purchases does no longer take income any respect. they are able to yet wager what you will detect yet another organisation to purchase from
  • Its legal.....just don't know why they would do such a thing.
  • nope don't do anything unless you have absolute certainty on it.
  • Disneyland is auditioning now for their performers for the parades. You need to have a parent help you sign papers and help you get a work permit. http://corporate.disney.go.com/auditions...You need to have a flexible work schedule and be available to work Saturdays and Sundays from now until next January 15. If that's not for you, try your local youth center. Many youth centers pay tutors for math, English, History and Science in their after-school programs. Ask your counselor at school if they pay tutors for after-school programs at your school. If you are really good at art and computers, Second Life allows you to earn money by selling designs for people's places, houses, and avatars. check out www.secondlife.com for more info. You can still get money for recycling. I used to get my gas money by collecting bottles and cans all over Southern California and turning them in for cash. I used to get money for newspapers, too. Good Luck.
  • A lot will depend on the term that reinvests itself on a given date. If its a 5 year CD, it will go into another 5 years. Just take it to the bank and cash it in. You will have to pay tax on any interest earned and a small penalty for cashing it in before the due date. EDIT Poster Quick gave you a link to Crocker banks Use the link to find other branches for help with your CD problem.
  • Wells Fargo Bank acquired Crocker; so you should contact Wells Fargo. How could you have forgotten an account for 28 years? Wells Fargo may have treated this as a dormant account and would have given the money to your state. If so, there is a way to recover the money from your state, but you may have lost all of the accumulated interest. If they did this, there is a procedure you will need to follow: 1. Find all the documentation you have on the CD and bring it to W-F. 2. Then check with W-F and see if they have any records of your old Crocker account. 3. If you are in CA (or were in CA when you opened your account), they may refer you to the CA Unclaimed Property Office. Also, see the following web site: http://www.sco.ca.gov/upd_msg.html4. If you are in another state, you may have to check with your State Controller and find out what/who you need to consult.
  • Just go into the branch.
  • http://www.bankofcrocker.com/contactUs.a...
  • San Fran has strict rent control. Rather than try to do it yourself, hire an attorney. Many attorneys specialize in landlord/tenant (on the landlord's side) and will usually quote a flat fee of a few hundred dollars or less for an uncontested eviction. You find an attorney. Go to his/her office with your records regarding the tenant. Write a check, sign a few documents, and wait for the lawyer to tell you when/if you need to meet him/her at court to testify. Overall cheaper than messing it up yourself and having the deadbeat tenants in there for even another month.
  • The reality "4 individuals" does not make it a valid employ for everybody else except the unique renter who's call replaced into on it. The employ ought to specify the names of each and every renter. This bum is trespassing and also you should call the police and characteristic him forcibly bumped off advantageous now! He has no employ or apartment settlement, and far as you project he won't be able to coach he replaced into ever on the employ. Ask him to coach that his call replaced into on the employ! The police will ask him to furnish a apartment settlement, and if he won't be able to, he's trespassing. The time of trespassing (he claims 10 years) is irrelevant, he nonetheless has no tenant rights without his call on the settlement. you could also close off utilities and tell PG&E that no one else can order it grew to grow to be on except you. seeing that he's not on any apartment settlement, that is not a criminal offense! it will be if he's call replaced into on any apartment settlement. a very last motel which will galvanize a disagreement is to regulate the locks even as he's lengthy gone and toss out all his sources contained in the line. Now let him coach his call replaced into on the apartment settlement, because the load of evidence is in his courtroom. undergo in recommendations: "No sturdy deed is going unpunished". don't experience sorry for this jerk.
  • You have to reapply in California. You have to notify Washington you moved.
  • about $171.30, to find 20% off, multiply 196 by 0.8 (196 x 0.8). To find tax in California tax, multiply that number by 1.0975 (156.8 x 1.0975). And $171.30 is your answer, hope that helped!
  • Not sure
  • I am planing a social event for a non-profit organization, and we want to do a Poker Tournament with Texas Hold 'Em (dealer is rotated by everyone). I am charging each person a $15 entry-fee to cover the foods, chairs and tables rental, and prizes I am giving out. Even for the people who do not wish to play poker but just to social will pay this fee. We are planning to play three rounds of Texas Hold 'Em, and there is NO buy-in for any round of the game. Each player will be given the same amount of chips before each round starts, and the winners can accumulate points and receieve non-cash prizes no greater than value $200. Other small prizes will also be given out to non-winners randomly. We are holding this event at a friend's garage, so we are capping the maximum participant at 40. We are NOT looking to generate net income but only to break-even. So, do we need to go through California gambling registration or make it a charity event to make this event legal?
  • Poker is legal everywhere in California. As long as the host will not have any monetary gain from the game it is legal. You can go play poker for money right in front of a police station and it is legal as long as the person organizing the game does not profit from the people playing( except the winnings from the game)
  • females dont continually cheat. yet im sorry that wouldve been humorous as hell. we ought to positioned on that stuff every day all day ...you think of its comfortable? ITS not ...... you attempt protecting your chest boulders in with a good elastic strip and getting em to extra healthful into little cups.....or extra helpful yet, dental floss up your crack. so as quickly as we get of project to "share the excitement" we bounce on it .
  • You'll sometimes get charged more (depending on the station) because the station gets charged like 1 or 2% for each credit card charge they process.... and about paying off that balance every month...... It's not like it used to be regarding banks and credit cards anymore, it's a whole new ball game in this economy. For the last year I've read several articles in the NY Times, LA Times, NY Mag., Fortune, blah blah blah plus all those "finance" show on cnbc about how several banks have full out dropped excellent customers who always paid on time and were customers for over a decade. They (several hundred thousand of them) were all mailed notices that they're line of credit will be closing in 28 days. Why? Because as far as the banks are now concerned....a customer that they can not make any money off of regardless of how great they pay their bills, in fact COSTS them money, ie: mailing statements, handling cust serv calls, printing new cards after theirs expired, etc...so they shouldn't be a customer of theirs. So, they were all dropped. The new advice for dealing with any banks regarding cc's is to in fact carry over a small manageable balance because it will at least appear that they (the banks) have the "potential" to make a buck of you at sometime in the future. I never did find out if all these customers filed a class action lawsuit because, a closed credit card (especially at the lenders request) does indeed have an effect on a consumers credit rating. Good luck with yours. PS. Please be aware that a brand new "Credit Card Act" goes into effect this very year and banks being banks are pulling every dirty trick in the book to get every penny out of anyone they can before it actually does: http://20somethingfinance.com/blog/2010/...Just so you're aware.
  • Some gas stations have a separate costs for paying with cash and card.
  • Some stations give a discount for cash or debit. If there is no discount, I prefer to use my credit card. I, too, pay them off in full each month. Some rewards cards give you a 3% rebate on gas purchases so with them it is a slam-dunk.
  • at most gas stations, you are charged more (per gallon) for using credit cards
  • The link below lists about 50 or so address in california where you can sell your blood plasma. I used to do this in Minnesota. I got $50 cash for 2 donations. I have heard you can get more where it's in higher demand (like larger cities in CA), but I'm not sure how much. Limitations are you can only donate 2 times a week and have 72 hours between donations. They'll test you for protein and iron deficiencies as well. You'll have to give a urine sample before you donate and pass the urine test. The place I went to even gave me an extra $20 to take a tetnus vaccine.
  • e-bay, u can make what ever people r willing to give for it
  • You must pay taxes on all income, cash included.
  • ask them if you are going to get a w-2 or 1099 tax statement at teh end of the year
  • Cash is king you should report it but if you forget who will know?
  • You only pay Colorado taxes and fees, at the time you register your car with the DMV in Colorado.
  • Hi, im looking for archery lessons(bows and arrows if i'm correct) in Folsom CA, 95630 for my son and daughter: my son is 10 and my daughter is 13 :] if you can find achery lessons in or near Folsom(famous from folsom prison and johnny cash's 'folsom prison blues) California, zip code 95630 and area code (916) it will be greatly appreciated thankyou!
  • You might have to head into Sacramento. There are a few clubs in that area, check out this website. http://www.archeryweb.com/archery/clubs-...
  • The yellow pages, under archery.
  • http://www.bristolassoc.com/so-californi...http://foodnbeverage.jobing.com/I thought you may be able to consult with these or one that has industry information to serve your needs. I think it comes down to both your interests and needs. If you need $$ my opinion is that bartending is better. Bartending also gives you the flexibility of hours and job choices. For instance you can work with a caterer outside of the main business you work for for extra cash. Again for specific locations and businesses I recommend you seek advise from agencies. -Good luck
  • if you go to GoodWill or Salvation Army, they only take donations, they will not give you money for your clothes. but if you go to a consignment shop which sells higher end clothing, they will give you some money for your clothing, but it must be in great condition.
  • Not in my experience. They will sometimes give you a receipt with a guesstimate of the case value, so you can claim a tax credit for making a donation. I lived in the Inland Empire and am a thrift store addict.
  • There are places in California that will give you money if you take your clothes off. You can then leave with your clothes and not have to give the money back.
  • No! Try a consignment shop.
  • Most any bank in the USA will calculate the value and cash it for you.
  • It has reached final maturity, which means it has not earned any interest since January of this year. It's current value is worth about $138. You should redeem it now and invest the money in a new savings bond or other investment vehicle. It is not getting rarer - except that you cannot buy Series E bonds anymore. It will not get any more interest, period.
  • You can find out what it's worth at http://www.treasurydirect.gov. You can cash it at your bank.
  • http://www.treasurydirect.gov/BC/SBCPric...
  • I'm a broker in Southern California. I've noticed some flips and price increases in Irvine, CA. Also, there are some nice one level attached SFRs in Aliso Viejo in which the mortgage and rental rates are even. We are bottoming out in some areas of Orange County and investors are buying the properties cash.
  • it means they will give you a full cash refund of the crv price. 5 cents per bottle/can under 24 ounces 10 cents per bottle/can 24 ounces and up. normally when you buy a drink they will charge you crv on top of the price of the drink. ie a coke that is $1.25 + CRV and Tax would be about $1.40
  • It doesn't mean much... in CA, you only get some cash for weight of bottles, cans, etc. not for each container like some other states...
  • what ever the going rate is at the recylcing center. It changes.
  • i guess if you don't like it take it back to the store and get your money back.
  • its canada!
  • i'd like to know that too! Try the store that the gift card is for.
  • If you can buy one at a bank (you can), I'd think you can cash it out at a bank...do you have a bank account? If so, try that bank, I'm sure they'd be MORE than Happy to help you, in this economy, the banks want to keep their customers...God Luck, I wish they had that law where I'm from, I have 1 or 2 gift cards (store gift cards) that have less than $10 on them & I can NEVER use them!
  • California Labor Code, section 226, subdivision (a). "Every employer shall, semimonthly or at the time of each payment of wages, furnish each of his or her employees, either as a detachable part of the check, draft, or voucher paying the employee's wages, or separately when wages are paid by personal check or cash, an accurate itemized statement in writing showing (1) gross wages earned, (2) total hours worked by the employee...(6) the inclusive dates of the period for which the employee is paid..." A better example is the poster located in your break room or some other conspicuous place. It will read something like this: Official Notice... Industrial Welfare Commission... Order... This Order Must Be Posted Where Employees Can Read It Easily... Minimum Wages... Overtime... Meal and Rest Periods... Records... Every employer shall keep accurate information with respect to each employee including the time records showing when the employee begins and ends each work period... */End of Line.
  • I can't see why not. However, your pay stub should show the total number of hours your worked during your pay period. Most people have a fixed shift that they are paid for--8 hours a day, 40 hours a week. The time cards record that you actually arrived for work on time and left on time and you worked your alloted time. What kind of a shift did you sign up for. Your paycheck should be the same every week. If you didn't work your alloted time, someone should be talking to you. If you worked overtime, your check stub should show your regular hours, plus overtime hours. Overtime has to be authorized in advance.
  • by law you can request to see your future schedule and also be seen electronically or on paper.
  • im 17 i plan on moving to California santa monica in a year i currently have a pharmacy tech trade and i plan on enrolling in Santa Monica college i dont have familly there but i plan on rent a room with some room mates but how do i go about moving and with the high coast of living will it be possible o get buy going to college renting a room being a pharmacy tech makes about 25-35 k a year from my understanding please help and dont try talking me out of moving there because i am but if u got any suggestion in a better place in cali please let me kno but defiantly not San Fransisco im homophobic
  • Hey! Well i live in CA, so i might be able to help you.. Okay, so i don't completely understand the problem your having. How to move? Pack up your IMPORTANT stuff into boxes. Sell your other stuff at a garage sale. You'll get some extra cash which will definitely be useful! For living arrangements, you can look on websites like: http://www.newcondosonline.com/california-condos/ or www.apartmenthunterz.com/. I recommend getting a condo for awhile to make sure you like living in CA. Some other GREAT areas in cali are: Malibu, San Diego, Granite Bay, Fort Brag, there's SO many! Just go on a roadtrip and check out any areas you like. Well, good luck in college (:
  • There are almost no jobs out here, so be prepared that you may not find a job for 4 months, maybe 6, or maybe even a year. If that isn't a problem, than you might as well come out here and see what it's like. Can you easily move back home if you don't like LA? If you can't, take a visit when your sister moves out here and see if it's right for you, and if you can find a job. Your sister will be busy 24-7 in law school, so you'll want to go out and meet people and find things to do, which can be easy in LA. There is so much to do here! If you can make this work, you probably should really give it some thought. Why not get the experience when the opportunity is good? Most people don't have a trusted roommate they can move out here with. And you're young now, you may not get the chance when you're older and far along in your career and can't leave, or you get involved/married, have kids, etc. When I was your age I went off to Paris on a whim (literally decided two days before) and ended up living there for a year. There was an American film crew filming a TV show and they offered me a job and I had a great time. LA is expensive, but that's because so many people want to live here, because it is so great! Housing will be the biggest difference from where you are now, but generally everything is more expensive here. The weather is fantastic, unless you like cold, snow, rain. If you like sunshine, than you'll like it here. We have great shopping of all kinds, from little shops to major malls. In LA there are two shopping malls within blocks, The Grove and the Beverly Center. In Glendale (next to LA) there is the Glendale Galleria and the Americana. We have Old Town Pasadena, a street filled with restaurants and shops, and Santa Anita Mall in Arcadia, not too far. There are malls all over the LA area. We have beautiful beaches and great hiking areas and lots of really fine museums. LA is very spread out and there are all kinds of neighborhoods. Generally, we consider LA to be all of LA County, including cities like Santa Monica, Glendale, Pasadena, etc. Good luck with your decision!
  • Just so you know: There's hundreds of thousands of people in San Francisco who are not gay.
  • There are no sales taxes on houses. You will pay property tax to the city, town, or county. It doesn't matter whether you pay in cash or not. The property tax is based on the assessed value of the house.
  • The real estate transfer tax applies. They don't care if you paid cash or got a loan.
  • there is no sales tax on houses
  • A check. If you already have a bank account established you can do what is called direct deposit and instead of having to take your paycheck to the bank to deposit or cash it it will automatically be deposited into the bank account you want. With direct deposit you get paid a day earlier (sometimes) and there is no hassle with a physical check, you just have to pick up your check stub, instead of the check, from your employer each payday. A pay stub will tell you how much was earned and deposited into each account you specified. Hope this helps!
  • Check.
  • you will have go to a branch of the bank your grandma uses if there is one in your city also be advise most banks will charge for cashing check some time as high as $10.00
  • I think if you bring it in to a bank they'll want you to show more I.D. than a student I.D. You could open a small bank account perhaps, but you'll need your social security number. One way you could do it, is if you have a good relationship with someone in a store or business near you, you could endorse it, and have them to cash it.
  • No
  • What's your question? Here in Indiana, the Secretary of State has a web site for lost or unclaimed money, property, bank accounts, etc. and lists them by name. For California, check here: http://www.sco.ca.gov/upd.htmlIf you simply dropped a wad of cash somewhere, I doubt that this site can help you, but give it a shot.
  • If you find it, it's mine. Do the right thing.
  • What can be done? There is a street with NO STOPPING signs posted, but the city painted parking spaces on the street, but when someone parks they get ticketed, shouldn't there be NO PARKING or better yet, not have any parking lines painted since everyone would assume parking spaces are to park in. There's dozens of tickets issued here each month and I know a couple people that have appealed to the traffic division and have won, but they continue ticketing people and most will just pay the fine and not make a fuzz over it. What can be done?
  • Write a letter to the editor of the local paper. You have to remember that California cities are strapped for cash and will do anything to generate income. So you will have to take on city hall and push the city further into the red ink!
  • Like, OMG simply go in finding him! Like, you can go to the pool and completely put on the identical bathing go well with so he remembers you---OMG wait! No don't put on the equal thing men and women will totally consider you might be like, terrible or anything for the reason that you're sporting last years bathing suit so OMG do not! However like yeah, go see him adequate?
  • So far, everyone's answers are either wrong or irrelevant. Lottery retailers are simply selling the tickets, and paying out the winners, on behalf of the lottery company. They are just a go-between. Typically, they make 5% of every ticket sale. That might vary a bit from state to state. These retailers WISH they "lost money" when you cash out a winning ticket! Why? Because that would imply that they are KEEPING all the money that is being spent on these tickets! Here is a typical example of what happens weekly at any one of these retailers: They will take in perhaps $10,000 from the lottery ticket sales in a single week. They will likely only pay out about $4,000 to the winning tickets. They send the rest of the money to the lottery companies, and the lottery companies will pay the retailer about $500, or 5%, for their troubles. That's just an example. I'm sure some stores do less business than 10K per week, and some do way, way more.
  • Here is how it works. A 7-11 or a liquor store or some other retailer sells $1,000 worth of tickets in one week. The store earns a 5% commission or $50. So, the store owes the state $950. But wait before that money is paid the store also pays out any winners under $600. The reason why is the state does not want to pay out a dollar here or there millions of times each month. So lets go back to our $950 owed. If the retailer paid $300 of winning tickets, then only $650 is owed to the state. So the state will debit the bank account of the retailer for $650. This usually happens every other week.
  • I don't stay in America Ask yourself this... If you were a retailer and it cost you money to pay someone their winnings, would you do it? [very much doubt it] These scratch-cards and lottery tickets cost a certain amount - say $1. The shop gets (for example) 10c for making the room to stock the cards in the first place - and for making the transaction. If the card happens to win a prize - the shop normally gets a known rate of commission for paying the money directly out of their register. For example - say you won $10 on a lucky card. The shop would make 10c for selling you the card, - then perhaps $1 for giving you your winnings. The winning card can then be returned to the lottery agency - who refund the $10 plus the $1 handling charge Larger sums are usually obtainable only from certain (trusted) addresses.
  • NO I'm not sure if they get reimbursed by the lotteries commision but even if they dont. They still make money on the sale of all the losing tickets ( and of course the big wins cant be claimed at a lottery retailer)
  • The Retailer makes 5% of what they sell.. They make 5% of what they cash.. Simple If they happen to sell a jackpot winner? They get a bonus 10 K or so.
  • for every one person who wins, a few hundred thousand loses
  • Hey there, I have a project for business about what type of business we would open if could.. I chose a pot shop because I believe it is a fast growing revenue and Marijuana is the number one cash crop! I have questions on: -What I can and can't do [federal and state laws] -Would it be successful? -Where would I get marijuana? THANKS a lot, if you have any additional info please let me know..thanks all!
  • Marijuana is still illegal in California. I assume by "Pot Shops" you mean a Smoke Shop, which is completely different. Smoke Shops don't sell marijuana (unfortunately) just bongs and stuff like that. If you mean selling Medical or Medicinal Marijuana I'm not completely sure about that.
  • federal law absolutely not. Obama made an order not to go after those who follow state law, but that might change. State, dispensaries are technically ILLEGAL. THe law does not allow people to profit from pot. The law states that we can grow our own for medicinal purpose or coops can form to give to those in need. What happen is thatwe have been looking the other way with pot dispensaries. Mostly because we don't want to fight the lawyers of pot dispensaries and we want the money from them. Several judges has ruled against pot dispensaries THe current attack by the fed is because of a lack of control of pot . Dispensaries give out prescriptions for ridiculous reasons. They hide illegal drug trade. The mail it out to other states.
  • Why not? They tax everything else.
  • If you compare the health damage of Alcohol/Tobacco to Marijuana and you aren't laughing then you haven't done enough research my friend. Defiantly legalize it! We take another step everyday.
  • There are many benefits to decriminalizing pot. It would remove a good chunk of the prison population and California is already kicking people out of prison because they are full up. There is already an existing infrastructure for legally growing pot with plant permits and these could be something that a pot buyer could purchase and then be transferrable to a grower. Certainly growing pot should not be a federal crime.
  • Marijuana should be legal and taxed,people other than drug lords would then benefit..I like Ron Pauls views on this ..hes a smart man
  • Yes
  • Sure I propose a $1000 per gram tax on it and the elimination of state income taxes.
  • Yes, it should be legalized and taxed. Not just for the economic ramifications, but because we are making criminals out of good people who aren't hurting anybody and that is just plain WRONG.
  • Yes they should legalize it for recreational use and tax the hell out of it.
  • It will no doubt cause other problems causing other government services to be used at a cost to citizens. To those of you already on marijuana reading this, ive made my answer short NO
  • I think it should be legal base on tax proposes alone.
  • The whole country should.We wouldn't have to pay taxes to the failed War on Drugs (most of it is for cannabis prohibition).
  • well my mom passed away and i moved in with my "dad" a while after my step mom told me to leave because i am not his "real" blood daughter since then iv been living with friends i got a job which only paid 8 dollars but i got fired because i was late but i think its because i get panic attacks i was late because i do not have a car and i had a hard time finding a ride i don't have any family my mom was a single child and her parents passed away i have no money and i didn't finish school plus i suffer from adhd and i get panic attacks also i stopped taking my meds for adhd and for my bipolar disorder and depression i pay rent for a room but they dont want me here if i cant pay and since i got fired i don't know what to do anymore can i get any help? and how? i dont have any kids i really dont have friends its hard to make friends and i want to go to bueaty school its one of my goals
  • I somewhat know what you are going through. I have a B.S. degree and I can't even find a minimum wage job in this economy right now. California does have a General Relief program. You should visit your local Social Service location and they will help you sign up for the program. I believe you get Food Stamp, cash and rent voucher. As for going to Beauty School, maybe you can get financial aids such as grants from the government?
  • Learning to create a complete sentence with actual punctuation would probably help you tremendously.
  • yellow book it or craigslist
  • Dont' do it, it's not a career. My friend's parents own several nail salons in California. Their employees work 6 to 7 days per week at various shifts to ensure coverage at the salon. Most work 12 hour days because they want the money Employees wear whatever they want as long as it's tasteful - usually pants, slacks, jeans and a blouse or collar shirt for men. All wear a white lab coat when working with customers They make minimum wage between $5 - $7/hour plus tips. They all work cash tips. They do NOT enjoy what they do but don't know how to do anything else, plus it is a comfortable job for immigrants who are uneducated and uncomfortable working with people who do not speak Vietnamese at a primary language.
  • Carmax has several locations in GA and they will buy an older car for cash. http://www.carmax.com/enUS/carmax-locati...You could also try an independent used car dealer in the area.
  • Until you have completely settled the finance, the car is not yours. It belongs to the finance company. If you were to sell the car, that could be considered either fraud or theft by the finance company and/or the Police. Either conviction could lead to a prison sentence, and a criminal record that will harm your employment chances for the rest of your life. In addition, you would still be liable to pay the rest of the finance. If you stopped the payments the finance company will investigate, and may take you to court. You won't win that case. Failure to keep up the payments will harm your credit score, which will make it more difficult for you to get any form of credit in the future (e.g. electricity or gas account, mobile phone contract, another car loan, a mortgage, a credit card or store card, etc.). If you are short of money, you need to phone the finance company to explain the situation. You can then get their permission to sell the car, but that will be on the understanding that you use the money from the sale to settle the finance. Ask them for a settlement figure. You need to be aware that if you bought the car new or nearly new with a small deposit, the settlement figure from the finance company may be more than the current re-sale value of the car. Any sensible buyer will do an HPI check before buying your car, which will show up that there is finance outstanding on the car. Should you sell the car without clearing the finance, the finance company are within their rights to repossess the car from the buyer. In that event, the buyer will likely chase you for a refund, and if you do not pay up could take you to court. A County Court Judgement against you will further damage your credit score.
  • Put it on Craigslist, I sold my car in a week on there, it was awesome! Good luck.
  • how much you askin for it and how many miles.
  • try http://www.digi-go.biz/sell-my-car.html
  • Yes this is true and we will be getting I.O.U.'s from the state. This has been going on for years. California has a lot of programs that it pays for. This is what happens when you have big government. The rest of the country is going to be seeing the same thing very soon.
  • I'm not in California but I did hear this. The state is on the forefront of trends so this may be coming to many other states. This is ridiculous. The corruption needs to end!
  • So whats your point? like we didnt know we are getting screwed in this recession already? cheers
  • ask money to Hollywood celebrities
  • No problem. Get the list of acceptible forms of ID. Maybe your Social Security card would be a viable second ID form. or a student ID. Get the list and cash your check.
  • It isn't going to happen ASAP. Take ID to the driver's license office and get a state-issued photo ID. Then you can cash the check at the local Wal-Mart for a $3 fee. But you need identification. If you don't have a driver's license, you'll need a state-issued ID. Call and ask them what proof of identification you need to bring to get your ID. For sure it'll be an original social security card plus another document like a birth certificate.
  • I don't know about Cali., but that's how it is where i'm from and everywhere i've ever been. ID should have been all you needed. That is pretty dumb in my opinion. I mean who actually carries two forms of id on them??? Last I heard it was kinda dangerous to walk around with ur SS card. and i dont think many people walk around with a Birth Cert. in their wallet either, lol. I mean, what could be more useful to them than a card with your identity and a picture of YOU on it.
  • around here you can use a number of things as id, debit or credit card, social security card, voter registration, passport, bith certificate ect, only one has to be a phonto id
  • No I'm also a 17 year old girl in California and I babysit all the time. I babysit, get paid in cash or check and leave...no need for a license unless your going to start a babysitting business where you employ other babysitters. I do suggest taking CPR classes though, especially if the kids are young. The parents whose kids I babysit said they always call me first because they feel that if anything goes wrong that I would know what to do. So no to the license but I suggest taking the CPR classes.
  • depends on the state. if it is in your home, you may need a license. if it is full time, you may need a license. Honestly though, unless you are a full time nanny, I wouldn't be too concerned about getting a license. You might also want to find out what you need to claim as taxes. I believe if you make below a certain a mount you don't need to claim anything.
  • No, you don't.
  • Wait... you mean that people might actually circumvent gun control laws? I'm SHOCKED! SHOCKED, I TELL YOU! Yes, people can and do.
  • It is a felony to do so. However, if it is a magazine that was made before 2000, how exactly are they going to know? This is one of those "You can't wear green socks" kind of laws. If they catch you doing it, you can get busted. But nobody ever really checks, so most of the time it isn't an issue. I wouldn't do it because I don't feel like risking my FFL. And I have a stash of all kinds of hi-cap mags from before the ban. And I definately wouldn't do it with a gun that didn't exist before 2000, like a S&W M&P40. But with a Glock or something else like that? Who would know?
  • It is illegal to import a high-cap magazine. In theory, you may not have feds breaking down your door to arrest you the second you bring that illegal magazine to the state, but IF you are caught with it, be prepared to explain/prove when you obtained it. Be sure you were at least 21 years old prior to the year 2000. Quote from CA attorney general's website: 12020. (a) Any person in this state who does any of the following is punishable by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year or in the state prison: (1) [removed] (2) Commencing January 1, 2000, manufactures or causes to be manufactured, imports into the state, keeps for sale, or offers or exposes for sale, or who gives, or lends, any large-capacity magazine.
  • yes. thats legal. i heard if you go to say nevada or oregon you could buy a high cap and bring it back to california. it' legal to posses but illegal to buy or sell in california.
  • Yes, you can and if you can find mag that is made before 2000...the better.
  • I guess so.... They just say you cant ship to cali, right?
  • Why not. Theres nothing to stop you.
  • Sorry that I do not know... But search my contacts for "fxtrader". Email him and he would probably know the answer to your question. Does this help any?
  • CMrecycle is one of the places listed on the earth911 site as buying check out the first site for the others. 4.5 mi. Location (847) 578-1066 1600 Morrow Avenue North Chicago, IL 60064
  • In California, and other states, your city should provide you with recycling bins to use along with trash pick-up. It is beneficial to recycle with your city as it helps offset the costs of trash collection since the money they get for recyclables is (ideally) translated into lower costs for you. Plus, you are being environmentally friendly by not driving your car to a store to recycle your cans/bottles. If the money for recycling is more of your concern, you should know that the free-standing recycling facilities that are often in the parking lots of grocery stores and the like often do not give you your full redemption value, but rather give you an amount based on the weight of your items. The machines in stores usually give you full value, but you will need to be patient as they are slow.
  • First of all, the Prop. 19 requires only 1 oz. be sold and to someone over 21, just like alcohol. People smoking MJ is healthier than either cigarettes or alcohol Marijuana smoking has never caused fatal car crashes as drunk driving does California needs revenue. Marijuana is the state's biggest cash crop that is untaxed. So it will make a difference in the millions. Police and law enforcement can stop harassing people for possession and sale of marijuana and work on getting real criminals. We are losing police because of lack of money to hire them, so our resources are limited for police. You wont be able to buy marijuana unless you are 21. If you decriminalize sale and use of marijuana you eliminate crime associated with the illegality of the marijuana business
  • This sounds like an essay prompt, so I'll just write some outline topics related to your question. While there is no question it will bring young voters out of the wood works, I doubt that is the sole reason for proposing this legislation. (not to discount its power in this regard - surveys continually show this is #1 issue for young voters) Hundreds of millions of dollars are spent on enforcing marijuana laws and incarcerating offenders - passing prop 19 will eliminate these costs. Of course, the tax benefits are very enticing to a severely hard-pressed state economy - side note: estimates of revenue on taxed marijuana do not consider the expected 80% reduction in prices of marijuana post prop-19. Some would argue that legalization of pot would make it harder for younger people to get, because it would require ID to pick up; though it is unlikely that illicit trade would go away. The following anti-prop 19 arguments are based on the assumption that marijuana use will increase based on its legality. This is arguable- many studies show that most non-drug users will continue to not use drugs whether it is legal/condoned by government or not. Accidents will increase, causing lawsuits and other costs (emergency/medical...etc) There are no laws to regulate the operation of motor vehicles under the influence of marijuana (or at least detect it)...etc. Slippery-slope argument: how can we just stop at marijuana? Isn't cocaine and heroin next? Effects of marijuana: http://alcoholism.about.com/od/pot/a/effects.-Lya.htm The physiological effects will not differ with age, but the effects on development are unknown. There are relatively few studies of the effects of marijuana on adolescents as these would not be ethical; except retrospective studies (studying how users of marijuana during teens are different than their present adult cohorts) - which tend to have biased results. My opinion: Not sure why anyone would argue that prop 19 will cost more than it will collect...even if no money was collected and there were no tax, the reduction in incarceration and enforcement would save billions.
  • Maybe we should legalize marijuana as a medical treatment. Then if the doctors fails to clearly identify the prescribed potency (THC level) for the disease or condition of which medical marijuana was prescribed, the doctor can then be arrested for malpractice due to not knowledge and understanding the cure for the verious conditions.. Then since marijuana possession has been an infraction for the possession of less than an OZ and it is now a controlled substance the user can be arrested for the possession of a controlled substance which would now be a felony. In actuality the states cannot override a federal law. Thus the possession of marijuana is illegal based on federal law. I really doubt that 19 will pass.
  • Respecting the rights of individuals helps...it's not about helping the "State", it's about restricting the State to being no more than a protector of individual rights rather than a violator of individual rights. What is saved in dollars includes fewer prison cells, fewer prisons, fewer inmates, fewer judges, fewer prosecutors and fewer nosy, violent, and Prohibition-corrupted cops. It's never wrong to respect individual liberty. It's always wrong to endorse State actions which do otherwise. The War on Drugs is racist and murderous. How many more innocents must be shot down by cops who raid the "wrong house" or by "dealers" killing over turf?. Prohibition corrupts our law enforcement. The only kind of person who can support the War on Drugs either is someone who profits from it (like corrupt law enforcement), a racist, an idiot or someone who is all three. Support individual liberty. Just say NOW!
  • it will increase the states income. As for unforeseen consequences, I have no doubt there will be some. I work in construction and the question of drug testing after legalization has come up more than once. Also there is the question of will this cause more people to to start smoking. All I can say to that is I don't smoke and it becoming legal will not change that. I really can't see pot cause anymore problems than alcohol in fact I believe there will be less.
  • It will definitely help. It will take the money out of the drug cartels and put it in the hands of hard working citizens. (Al Kapone lost all his money when alcohol was relegalized) It will make it harder for kids to get their hands on weed. (Surveys have shown that it is easier for kids to get weed than it is for them to get alcohol or cigarettes, why? because weed is unregulated) The use of cocaine will go down at least 50% and the use of heroin will go down at least 60%. (In the Netherlands, when weed was legalized Cocaine use went down 80% and Heroin use went down 90%) The cops will be able to focus more attention on more pressing problems. Minorities will stop being unfairly prosecuted for crimes. Since the money that drug dealers rake in will be transfered to citizens this income will now become taxable, whereas before this income evaded corporate taxation and personal income taxation.
  • if it's harmless give it to pregnant women and children. All existing dealers are tax evaders and criminals. Expecting them to suddenly become law abiding and tax paying is a freaking joke. I admit to being perplexed why anyone would others to be stoned some, most or all of the time.
  • Its sole purpose is to bring out the youth vote in this mid-term election. Dopers generally vote for Democrats.
  • Why don't you have an ID card? Are you an illegal immigrant? EBT isn't a bank account. You can't deposit money into it, and if you did you could only spend it on food.
  • Hello. In looking for a motorcycle to purchase in California, I see a lot that have no title, or out of DMV system....... they are sold with a bill of sale (or just cash). I would not buy a car with no title.... why are so many motorcycles sold this way? And is it a huge hassle to get a new title at the DMV? Thanks.
  • Most bike are legal, registered, ready to run -- and are sold in days. The bike you see with no title, not running, etc. are advertised sitting there waiting for months before some idiot buys it. Which it why it looks like there are many. As to why the un-titled bike instead of cars is because the bike can become un-ride-able, put in the back of the garage waiting until you get around to working on it, title lapses, dropped by the DMV, and then the wife says you to get rid of that junk.
  • Unless your putting the lien or applying for lost title stay away from it. I own a small shop. A guy brought a bike to me. I had it for almost 2 yrs, well I found out why he didn't come back. He passed on. So I applied for lost title, it took about 45days and some money. So my wife rides it now. After all said and done came to few hundred bucks. That's back reg fees, and applying for title. Now you can get the vin numbers from bikes your interested in and run them thru the dmv. There is 5 dollar charge to do a back ground check on a vin. They will let you know status of the bike. I have a client that works for the dmv so I just call him.
  • would not get a bike this way make sure you get correct paperwork with any purchase
  • contact the bike dealer.
  • you can go to your local bank and they will send it off for collection and send you the money later most likely they will put it in your account
  • go to a bank where you have a account at or try a western union
  • Try depositing it into your bank.
  • I was collecting unemployment in California for a little while until I was able to find a job. I found a job and it started oddly on a Thursday, but unemployment paid me for the entire week. (It didn't give me an option to state which days I worked.) Will I have to owe it back or how does this work? Are they going to contact my current employer? I don't know if I should cash the check.
  • CA sends a document to your employer every month asking if you have worked if you have they are required to write down the day and the number of hours along with how much was earned. They then return this to the Unemployment Department. Your Unemployment Form should have two colums which would consist of two weeks they ask have you worked you check yes or no if you check yes you write down your gross pay in the box sign and return. Oh yeah they will send you a letter saying there was an over payment and they require the return of the funds. If you don't send it in they will take it out of your State Tax Check.
  • The date you started your new job will be reported to the unemployment office. If you were overpaid, they will contact you for you to return the money. If you want to resolve this issue right away rather than waiting for the unemployment office to react, you can call them and ask what you should do. It's better to be honest and do the right thing. You don't want a matter such as this to reflect on your new job.
  • Arcata is a small town in the far northern part of California with a population of about 17,000. It was once a center of the Logging industry, but now growing Marijuana is the areas main cash crop. The town has roughly 102 Beauty Shops. Since there isn't much to do there you would probably get bored quickly. However if your finances allow why not visit for a couple days, and see for yourself.
  • MOVE IT ITS GONNA BE UNDER WATER SOON
  • Hi im considering buying a foreclosed home but im not sure if its better than buying a regular saled home. My credit is really good and I pay all my bills etc. on time no,missed payments. So thats not a problem. So im wondering since I have good credit does that make me a good candidate to get a froeclosed home. I want to buy one because they seem like really good deals. Please can you give me any info on buying a foreclosed home if you have great credit
  • Purchasing either a foreclosed home (REO) or normal purchase requires the same credit criteria. To purchase a foreclosed home at the foreclosure sale auction (Trustee Sale) directly from the lender requires all cash paid immediately. Purchasing at a Trustee Sale and an REO are two totally different procedures You obvious have no understanding of how purchasing any foreclosed home in California works. You need to find a Realtor that deals in REO's for assistance.
  • It is better to buy a foreclosed home since it's cheaper but don't be fooled some prices are just for show create a budget and get a pre approved loan that can tell how much you can buy plus save money lots of it in case time go bad
  • foreclosures can be excellent deals, if you have your ducks in a row and can close quickly. there are usually no contingencies, so it's an "as-is" situation from the bank that owns it. if you can get conventional financing from your bank, and can find a foreclosure that will accept conventional financing, and the property passes muster with your lender, jump on one.
  • Im actually suprised it lasted THIS long. I work at a dealership and by our calculations there was only enough money for every single dealer in California to run 12 car deals on the cash for clunkers program. The dealer I work for is in a very small town and we had processed 24 deals already, so it actually looks like a lot of the deals we ran wont even qualify because the funds are gone before the final paperwork has been processed. And another poster was way wrong, we are not asking for people to return the cars they bought under this program, we are having them return to resign their contracts and we have to give them $3500-$4500 for their trade regardless, so we lose a lot of money. Which makes no sense since this was supposed to HELP the economy in the first place, and it is only making it worse
  • STUPID STUPID STUPID government. They set asside $1,000,000,000 dollars and intended for it to last for 4 months. Current car sales are about 7,000,000 anually....134,615 per week....19,230 per day. The plan was to give between 3,500 and 4,500 per car...an average of about 4,000. $4,000 times 19,230 cars per day = $76,920,000 $1,000,000,000 divided by $76,920,000 = 6.5 days and the whole billion is gone...and Now that is assuming that all of the sales are trade-ins... which is certainly not true....but still.... How could anyone think that 6.5 days worth of money would last 120??? The Jews considered it miricle for stretching it out 8 days.... what was our governemt expecting to happen? What's scary is that if the government cannot manage this... how are they expecting to manage a universal health care system. Yet another EPIC FAILURE for the Obama Administration. And what do you mean "they shouldn't have stopped it".... where do you think that $1 billion came from? Out of thin air? That was tax money, that I paid, that I worked hard for...and it was urinated away in 6 days.
  • its a bad idea anyway you are just getting your own money back as a voucher. just wait until those fools take over your doctor and your visits get cut off because they are "too expensive" the car business should be left alone
  • Dang really I didn't know about that. My car isn't old enough yet, but I was most definitely planning on capitalizing on it in a couple of years. That sucks! What happened?
  • I hear that also, they ran out of money and if the car dealers do not get that money, they want the buyers to bring the car back. HA HAH HAH H fat chance.
  • They shouldn't have stopped it. It was doing well.
  • That was fast! Why are they stopping it?
  • I got a renewal notice from the California DMV office awhile back which I sent back 2 weeks ago, at 9/26. It said the due date was 10/8 on the renewal notice and I had no money so I waited until my first payday which was 9/26. Anyways they cashed my check on 10/3 for car registration, and today I got this letter saying my registration is suspended because I didn't renewal it. WTF? (the date issued was 10/06 btw.) I'm going to call them but I'm confused why they suspended me when they cashed in my check. Do I just have to send them 14 dollar renewal fee (i'm kinda pissed off about that) and my proof of insurance to clear this up?? What should I do? OR is this a big misunderstanding?? Thanks... California DMV pisses me off :/ EDIT: O was i suppose to send a proof of insurance?? because I didn't read anything about it on my renewal sheet so I just sent my check. It didn't even say it on the envelope! (which went something like- Did you remember to include your check? your form? etc)
  • Insurance companies transmit your policy information to the DMV electronically now. No proof is need to renew. Your cancelled check is proof your insurance was paid on time. Call the DMV and let them know they goofed. You might want to even brave the lines and present your problem in person with a copy of the front and back of your cancelled check so you can get your tags right then.
  • OH NO your motor vehicle would be towed. and you will could pay the fees, outcomes, THE extreme TOW invoice would be around 250 plus or you may get end via a officer that ought to write you a value tag and which would be for 4000a of the VC. pass returned the DMV and get a ninety day extension asap. sturdy luck
  • Does anyone know how much cash is taken away after a sanction? I know here in California they take the adults portion away but not the childs, so if in total is 3 people which is one adult and three children, and they receive $670 a month and the adult is sanction how much will the children receive after they take the adults portion away
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  • Does anyone know how much cash is taken away after a sanction? I know here in California they take the adults portion away but not the childs, so if in total is 3 people which is one adult and three children, and they receive $670 a month and the adult is sanction how much will the children receive after they take the adults portion away
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  • Bad at math? 3 people, one adult, three children doesn't add up.
  • No, not on August 25th. Two jackpot tickets were sold for the drawing on Friday August 28th. One was sold in New York and the other in California. They're splitting an estimated annuitized $333 million (or less if they chose the cash option). Check out my eHow article on how to play Mega Millions: http://www.ehow.com/how_5355351_play-meg...
  • I think its amazing that gambling has actually risen even though people have less money. I understand the reasoning but these lotteries offer terrible odds. Mega Millions 175,000,000 to 1. Powerball 196,000,000 to 1. Seriously these odds suck. I found a site www.bestchancetowinamillion.com that offers 250,000 to 1 to win a million bucks. They are a new company that seems to care more about making peoples dreams come true rather than making huge profits. They have a facebook, twitter and myspace accounts that I have found and they seem like a good company. I have done my research, hopefully you all will too.
  • A state legislator is reviving the debate about legalizing marijuana as a way of raising money for cash-strapped state and local governments. Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, a San Francisco Democrat, introduced a bill Monday that if approved by the California Legislature would put pot on the same legal footing as alcohol. Adults over the age of 21 would be allowed to buy it, and driving under the influence of marijuana would be prohibited. Under Ammiano's proposal, which has been endorsed by some law enforcement officials, pot would be taxed at a rate of $50 per ounce and bring an estimated $1 billion into state coffers. In 1996, California became the first state to legalize medical marijuana. - From news services
  • Hello. I am a teacher with Princeton Review and I have recently had a HUGE problem with them underpaying me for my hours. After being completely ignored for a week I finally complained to the right person and was told that they would be cutting me a check which I should recieve on Tuesday. Well it's Tuesday and you guessed it, no check. I'll be calling the labour board in the morning but I was wondering if anyone knew of the rules regarding this issue. I've been reading a number of rules regarding payment of FINAL wages, and payment to employees who have been terminated or have quit but that's not the issue here. I'm still working for them (for some reason), I just haven't been paid the full amount I was supposed to be paid. My main question is this: are they subject to any kind of fine for being (at this point) 11 days late in paying me? The next pay day is this Friday and since I haven't gotten this alleged check that's coming my way yet, I probably won't get it until tomorrow at best, won't be able to cash it until Thursday and probably won't even clear until after it would have if they'd just waited till this pay period to pay me, which I know they weren't legally allowed to do in the first place! It's a mess! And I'm wondering what alternatives I have other than just lying down and letting them walk all over me. Any help, with specific references that I could look up, would be greatly appreciated.
  • You can contact the California Labor board but it may mean losing your job if you do, if you do not get it and if the next one is not on time then contact the state labor board and they will assist you in getting your pay.}{
  • I live in California. My previous employer deducted money from my final paycheck, as well as failed to pay me for unused vacation time. The deductions made were for my cash drawer wich only contained $200. When I asked about being paid for some unused vaction time from previous years, I was told no because it would "hurt the company", and was instructed by my supervisor to get the money from my drawer, he also gave me $100 "under the table". (the total for the deductions on my last check were $324). I ended up quiting my job a short time afterwards, and this was all deducted from my final paycheck. When I tried to recover the the un-paid vacation pay and told him I knew it was illegal to deduct the money from my final paycheck, he told me it was illegal to steal and he would take further action if I filed a claim, and that my vacation pay was being sent to me. I really don't care about the $300, since I did owe this to them... but I think I can file a claim for the "waiting time penalty" for the time they failed to pay all my wages earned. It has taken them almost a month to send me another paycheck with the rest of my $. Also, I did sign a paper when I was hired stating my cash drawer would be at $200 at the end of my employment, or they could take this money from my final pay, but they have no proof that I stole anything. What should I do?
  • You have been fooled. Obviously they have done this before.
  • The contract you signed, unfortunately, holds above anything you say in court. So, although if what you say is true, the employer has the leg up in this situation. As for waiting for your paycheck - its the law that your employer MUST pay you everything you are owed by the next scheduled pay period - but since he did pay you there isn't anything you would gain from taking it to court (all you would 'win' would be your last paycheck). That would only benefit you if he never paid you and you gave him ample time (a week or two past the next scheduled pay period is sufficient).
  • sounds crazy eh? well its what i want to do. So badly. ik everyone says to just finish high school and what not, but idk if thats for me man. If i went through with this, what would i do? obviously id have nowhere to live. could i find work at all at my age just to get enough cash to get by day by day. Ik this sounds crazy, but any suggestions as to what to do if i went through this.?
  • I live in California and I am in college and know so many COLLEGE graduates who can't find work since there are NO jobs here right now. It is a stupid plan that will only have you begging on the streets. Oh and btw those college graduates are even finding it hard to find jobs at minimum wage at restaurants and stuff. So not only are the good higher end jobs not available but you would be competing for "day by day" jobs with college graduates.
  • Good luck man! California has the highest unemployment rate in any state! College and High school graduates can't even get work, let alone dropouts! Don't be stupid! Stay in school!
  • keep thinking...
  • Should be in the phone book. Just don't do it to much. The nurse told me that scar tissue can form and then when you need an IV or something else when you get older, its going too be harder to get the needle through.
  • Cash for cloture? It actually SAVES money. Instead of letting them add further earmarks you negotiate a few and they vote cloture and the nightmare's over. If it were a good bill, I'd support the cash for cloture. The problem? It's NOT a good bill, but will perhaps be saved by harmonization of the House and Senate versions. We'll perhaps get to see the public option again via the House, and all the good stuff the Senate ripped away. If it doesn't work, Obama should veto it.
  • Several were bought off for thirty pieces of silver so to speak. When a majority of Americans don't want this packaged deal, they force it down our throats. Until or unless each and every person who cares, calls their Congressman and voices their opinion, we will all be screwed in the long haul. My concern is, why the rush to pass something they don't want people to take the time to read and understand. Sounds like they are all a bunch of used car salesman. Semper Fi
  • Three states are exempted from the huge medicaid mandates in the Senate version of the bill - Nebraska, Massachusetts and Vermont.
  • If this was being done with Conservatives in control, my God would those Liberals be screaming. A post by a Liberal on YA stated that by whatever means, meaning they didn't care if it was morally right or not. Lets us know what kind of people they are.
  • You would have to go all the way back to his election campaign to really know. Considering he had healthcare at the top of his agenda, We know damn well Democrats were accepting bribes then as well
  • Since Obama is using the stimlus as a slush fund he probably has these donations classified as "saving a job".
  • 60 voted for it, and thats my answer. As far as cost, my calculator doesn't go that high.
  • Short answer! ALL.of them
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  • Wall Mart will do, and when we were in Rhode Island we found Bank of America to be very helpful indeed
  • Try a check-cashing place. Look one up in the Yellow Pages. Or open a bank account there.
  • You can also cash it at the same bank the check is from (and for free usually).
  • Good luck..you'll probably have to open a new account and then you will have part of the money available immediately.
  • Neither my ex and I have full legal custody, but I get child support on my daughter aslong as she is with me. Recently she went to go live with her dad for over a year. I was and still am getting the child support checks and I cash them. Now my ex and the state are saying i wasnt supposed to. Can I get arrested for fraud? I know that morally I shouldnt but we are in the middle of a custody case and who knows who will get my daughter. WHat might happen to me?
  • I disagree with the other posters. There is a child support order in effect. As long as that order is in effect you can legally cash those checks. It is up to HIM to file to have the order altered. And BTW the custodial parent CAN be ordered to pay CS, I was ordered to pay it to my ex for over 2 years.
  • In theory you could be arrested and charged with fraud. In practice, this is normally handled as a civil matter, not a criminal matter. You are not arrested in a civil case. Whether or not you knew you were eligible, you CAN be required to repay the amount you were not entitled to receive. In the case you describe, it is not clear you were not entitled to the support. If the child was actually living with you, it is likely you WERE entitled to some amount of child support. If there was a garnishment order in place, a court DID grant at least temporary custody.
  • If the child support was from your husband, he could have stopped payment by not sending the checks. He's as much to blame as you. This is not fraud, which involves the deliberate deceit of another or a confidence game to obtain financial gain from another. Examples are mail fraud, identity theft, election fraud and stopping child support payments without a court order, not accepting child support checks willingly sent.
  • the money is to support the child . as you said you got it for as long as she is " with me" . if you were expecting your daughter to return after a week or two you would have been justified in cashing the checks but after a month or more of her not returning you should have checked with the state to find out what to do .[ send the money to husband or stop the checks from coming to you or what ever ] depending on the amount of money that you owe back to the state will determine what they do . if your husband was keeping your daughter with out your consent and promising to return her [but didn't ] . then you might have a fighting chance to not have charges filed against you . good luck
  • you need to go ahead and get put on child support because heres the thing later on down the line when she decides she wants more or whatever the case may be she can seek child support and the judge will ask why haven't you paid and he will make you pay back child support for all those years. doesn't matter if your giving her money directly that is a bad decision. let the state deal with this matter so it doesn't come back to bite you in the *** later.
  • i THINK that you and your ex would have had to go to court and make a legal change in placement for child support arrangements to be changed. so, while you SHOULD have done that, you didnt( but then again, neither did he), so legally you may have been ok cashing the checks. morally, you screwed up.
  • Yes, and most likely this will tip the balance in your husband's favor as far as custody goes - - especially if you end up in jail.
  • At the very least, you will have to pay back the money. You had best do it quickly.
  • Yes, it's fraud. Depending on your state, you could serve two to five years in prison.
  • yep, it's fraud, you'll have to repay the $.
  • Step 1Fix any minor problems with the car. If the car needs major work, considering selling the car “as is” for cars worth less than 10,000. Step 2Get the car smogged. In California, the seller must smog any car more than 4 model years old before selling the car. If the car does not pass, then fix the car until it does pass. Step 3Clean the car. Thoroughly wash the interior and exterior. Consider shampooing the carpet. Step 4Take pictures. Take at least 2 pictures of both the interior and the exterior. Step 5Assess the value of your car. Check the value of your car at www.kbb.com or www.edmunds.com. Then, check craigslist.com to see what price similar cars are selling for in your area. Remember that the final price at sale will probably be lower than the initial listing price. Step 6 Download a “bill of sale” from the DMV. Step 7 Locate the pink slip. Fill out the attached “transfer/release of liability” form. Step 8Create another email address. You can put this email address on your add and you will not have to worry about getting more spam in your regular email. Step 9Now you need to make an ad. Be sure to include all the good things about the car as well as the make, model, year, mileage and asking price. Check other ads for your car to get some ideas. Step 10Post your ad on craigslist.org. Step 11Agree to meet in a public place. Step 12Only accept cash or cashiers check. If you do not think you would be able to identify a fake check or counterfeit bills, then bring your buyer to the bank with you and have him deposit the money directly into your account. Step 13Sign the pink slip. Give the buyer the signed pink skip and have him fill out the “transfer/release of liability” form. Step 14Immediately after the sale, mail the “transfer/release of liability” to the DMV and contact your insurance company. Remember to sign the “transfer/release of liability”. Step 15Congratulations, you have just sold your old car!
  • It's the Sherrice Iverson Child Victim Protection Act. It involved the rape-murder of a 7 year old girl where a witness named David Cash was heavily criticized for not trying to stop, or report the crime. The original bill introduced in 1999 was much broader, and did in fact include bystander liability for crimes against those over 14 years old. However, many California state legislators felt the proposed law was too broad and after much compromise and amendment, the 14 year old age threshold for the victim was in the final version of the bill that passed. Incidentally though the perpetrator, victim, and witness were all from California, the actual crime occurred in Nevada. That state also passed a law: Nevada State Assembly Bill 267, requires bystanders to report any reasonable suspicions that a person under 18 is being abused sexually. Nevada's law is perhaps more in line with the theme of protecting children, since the conventional legal definition of children is anyone under the age of 18.
  • In the casino you won it from. I don't know of another way unless they have a sister casino close to where you live.
  • Go to a local casino and ask the players there if they would like to buy the chip.
  • You can find out if the casino is affiliated with a local casino to you and you "may" be able to cash it there. (ie. MGM is affiliated with Caesars)
  • at the casino where the chip is from, or at any casino on the strip.
  • Sure! Sell it on eBay!
  • Yes you can, but you have to have some serious cash. There are numerous celebrities and others who lay claim to certain parts of the beaches in Malibu, that are off limits to the general public....as for owning a piece of the Pacific?? don't know about that. Maybe the area of the water that your privately owned beach sits next to...
  • You would have to find a portion of the beach that is for sale. I know people who have beachfront homes in Laguna, and they do own a small portion of the beach by their house.
  • Anything is possible wit a Alotta $$$$$
  • i live in southern California and i work at a dead end job. i only stay at my job due to the fact that it has benefits like life insurance and medical/ dental care. im trying to find a better job with benefits but i was told that you have to wait 3 months in order to receive benefits. i am scared of the fact that if i quit my dead end job with benefits, and work at another job, not knowing how well it could go, and not promising benefits, then i will not have a job. is this true?? would should i do in this situation?
  • Yes well you always take on certain risks when you quit a job. Welcome to planet Earth. That's why risk averse people stay in lousy jobs and lead miserable lives. These are the problems we get for adopting the very stupid custom of expecting employers to pay you in benefits instead of just in cash. Different companies have different policies as to how soon you are eligible for benefits once you start working there. 3 months might be normal, but some companies will cover you from the first day. It just depends on what they want to do. In my experience a small company is likely to be more flexible about these things. Also there is no guarantee you can find a job with benefits, of course. As for health care, when you quit a job there is a government law called COBRA that requires your employer to leave you on the same insurance coverage if you request it, but you independently pay the premiums, and you can maintain that for 18 months. Assuming you are willing to pay out of pocket, that is the way to go until you have other coverage. Or you can just risk not having coverage temporarily. People do it all the time. As for life insurance, you should NOT rely on employer-provided coverage. Individual term life policies are very cheap and you should have your own policy as your primary coverage -- any coverage at work is just gravy.
  • I live in southern California, we are renting a pretty high rent for something crappy in a crap area, well anyway, the only way they want us to pay our rent is using money orders or checks and sending it in the mail....We hae never not paid our rent and in Jaunary I called to see if they got our rent for January, they said no. I waited maybe 2 days and called again and they said I lost it and I am responsible....my husband and I only did what they ask and sent our January rent with a money order in the mail, I have the receipt as well. Ok, so I faxed the receipt to the properties and they are still blaming me and even charging us lates fees....I have called the place from where we got our money order, they told me it has not been cashed and I am working on a refund here. I feel that it is unfair to be blaming me and charging us late fees for something we paid for, it's not my fault it somehow got "lost" that is the only way they told us to pay our rent.
  • Well, they can not cash the money orders later on. Once you report it lost and get a duplicate it is voided. It sounds like you are of the opinion that the landlord purposely looses the checks so that he can charge late charges. You should find out how many of the other tenants have the same problem and if they can also back up their issues with receipts and evidence. If you have enough, you can establish a pattern. If you can do that then, en masse, you can all EACH file a small claims suit agains the landlord or the company that owns the place. That means that the landlord has to defend EACH ONE of those suits before the same judge on the same day. He has llikley lost before he has even begun. You can sue for the late fees that you have paid, plus the cost of the lawsuit plus, if you can establish a pattern, the court can award a punitive damage. OR.. you can all take it to a lawyer who can do the same thing for a percentage of the settlement. In the meantime.. simply send your payment to them each month by registered mail. He has to sign for it. If he says it is lost, charge him for a duplicate. (deduct it from the rent).. just let him know up front that you are doing it. If that works, be sure to tell the rest of the tenants... after that the lost checks will stop since it cost the land lord money. BUT.. there has been a rash of stolen mail lately in California. The checks later turn up washed off and to new payees for new amounts. Make sure that is not the case here before you go blaming anyone. ok.. nuff said.. good luck with your problem.. .
  • You should of sent a check, then at least if this occured you could of stopped payment and wrote another check. Also you should of sent the money through usps and insured it and tracked it! Then its on the post office if it gets stolen. How can you be mad at the property office for your money order not arriving? What if you where in there shoes? You would feel the same way! But anyway, next time you send something as sensitive as money in the mail, pay a couple extra bucks and get something to protect you, ie delivery conf, insurance or signature upon delivery!
  • The tennets should get together to hire a lawyer. The threat of fraud and lawsuits should set up a better plan and prevent the late fees. The lawyer should also prevent the owner from throwing you out and you all might not have to pay the late fee.
  • I believe it. It's a pure crap! It's time for you to own your own little home and reap the benefits. Write to me to _JJY_@yahoo.com.
  • I live close enough to the California Capital Building that the sucking causes a constant wind. This state has been headed for the toilet for decades. There are numerous provisions in the budgeting laws, for lack of a better word, that are designed to bankrupt any business. There is no provision to reduce any cash flow, only to increase it. When the state got a multi-billion dollar windfall the mental giants in the state house and the governors office committed it. That commitment set a new bench mark and now they can't get there from here. So, YES, our RINO governor and the Democrat controlled house and senate has trashed this state. Revenues went up about 30% when Governor Schwarzeneger cut taxes. The problem is spending has gone up over 60%. It really is getting interesting though. There are now counties threatening to withhold taxes collected by the counties for the state in an effort to offset the damage of not having a state budget. In a way I think it is hilarious. I hope the people of this state finally fire all the incumbents. It is the only action I can see that has a chance of fixing anything. Politicians that feel safe in their office will not even break sweat working for their constituants. Someone once said that, "Politicians and diapers should both be changed frequently for the same reason".
  • another reason why the state is broke is all the illegals on welfare, food stamps, wic and medicaid. and lets not forget that loser who just had 8 kids, with no baby daddy, she made almost 150,000 last year in "disability" which means she also qualifies for welfare, food stamps and WIC.. its idiots like that that are killing your state.
  • No IOU's are a hateful way to do things. It must have been those hateful big spending hateful Democrats.
  • cause its California, they probably spent all of their money bribing the Cali. government to support gay marriage
  • they gave all their money to support the illegals, and welfare rolls, and to buy some real spiffy office furniture.
  • Probably, but you can resolve the problem. As taxpayers we all have an accounting method that must be followed when determining how to recognize income and deductions, either the 'cash' or 'accrual' basis methods. Virtually all individuals follow the cash basis method...we declare income when we've actually received it. Meaning CA will want you to report anything you receive while in their state, even if you earned it in a prior year in another state. You can, however, make an affirmative decision to change your accounting method. You'll need to do this and the IRS has a specific form 3115 to request to change from cash to accrual basis accounting. You must be approved to do so and then would report the income from NV (assuming it can be reasonably determined) on your 2009 federal income tax return. NV has no state tax, of course, so they'll not take a piece of it and no filing with NV is required. CA tax authorities also have an office that handles Accounting Period/Method Changes (phone # 800.852.5711), mail to: Change of Accounting Method/Period Franchise Tax Board PO Box 1998 Rancho Cordova CA 95741-1998 -- BUT I would not contact them about the issue as it would likely only trigger their efforts to get their hands on your NV income. I'd do my best to get this resolved before you leave NV and set up housekeeping in CA. Keep all your records in case CA later makes inquiry. Good luck!
  • Any requirement for not having to file Income Tax (Income)?
  • last year i paid 600,00 in estimate taxs,, my tax forms indicate i did not owe any state tax so how can i get my 600,00 returned to me
  • what would be my stste tax on $60,000 per year
  • San Francisco it's very expensive, but there is an awful lot to do, and there will be more job opportunities than elsewhere in the state
  • San Diego is the 2nd largest city in California, 8th largest in the country, and is one of the nicest cities in the world. It's a major tourist destination and there are tons of things to do. With 70 miles of beautiful beaches, countless parks and gardens, major league and college sports, dozens of golf courses, world class museums, Tony Award winning theater, great cuisine, best weather in the country, high tech industry, major universities, and the best zoo in the world, it's my choice as THE place to live and play in the USA. http://www.sandiego.org/nav/Visitorshttp://thebestplacesinsandiego.com/
  • Mortgage lenders are not able to deny you a mortgage based on your sexual orientation, race, national origin or age. You would need to apply for a mortgage loan as anyone else that would want to purchase a house. Most individuals obtain a mortgage loan to purchase a house in the United States, however, you may also pay cash for the house if you so desire . Contact a local mortgage lender and apply for a mortgage loan. You would need to prove that you have sufficient income from a job that you are able to pay the monthly mortgage payment each month. In order to enter or remain in the United States you would need to have the proper documents passport and visa requirements issued by the proper governments. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
  • Hi there, i have a good question for you. 1) Buyer has to make an offer to the Seller for the home ( property). This offer is usually accompanied with an " earnest money deposit" check, a pre-approval letter from a Bank " Lender" , a proof of funds available, and the other supporting documents. This offer is usually made through a real estate agent " Broker" who represents the Buyer, who then passes the offer to the real estate ' Broker' representing the Seller. 2) Once the Sellers accept the offer, the real estate representing the Buyer then deposits the check to the escrow company. 3) Within a give time period as agreed in the Offers, the buyer then proceeds with inspections ( e.g, home inspection, roof inspection, pest/ termite inspection, etc .. ) if Buyers satisfied with the property, the the Buyers can remove contingencies to the offer. At this time, the earnest offer deposit becomes non-refundable , should the Buyer cancel the purchase. 4) At the same time, the Buyer also needs to proceed with a loan application at a Bank or Mortgage company. The Lender typically requires an appraisal be done on the property, to determine its value, if everything is satisfactory, the Bank underwriter will approve the loan. 5) Buyers then sign various form/ disclosures from the Sellers/ Agents, Bank in front of a notary public at the escrow company. The loan gets funded by the Bank. Seller pays off the loan they may owe to their Lender. Seller then signs a grant deed transferring ownership of the property to the Buyer. This grants deed gets recorded at the Country Clerk Recorder's office, and Buyer becomes the owner of property. The escrow office closers the escrow. PS : if you have any more question. then email us at : anhthy@globenetrealty.com. We are willing to help you guys ours website : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Globenet-Capital-Group/185214… http://www.globenetrealty.com/blog/can-a-vietnamese-or-chine… Best Regard, Pamelyn Nguyen,
  • purchasing a house does not give you any kind of residency in the US. you will still need to come via an legal visa. you will not be able to get a loan from a US bank, if you have cash, you can purchase any property you want.
  • Foreigners can buy property in the US as long as they have the funds and/or the income to do so.
  • there is no law preventing a foreigner from purchasing real estate in america.
  • buy in cash. no loans.
  • If you have been married before you will need a copy of your divorce papers but if not and you have never been married before than all you need is your CA ID and CASH! California Here!
  • I live in California, and just got married 3 months ago. All we needed were our ID's, and bring money...I think it was about $70.
  • The documents that you usually need on a I- 9 form when you first get a job, it's usually your I.D. and Social Security Card.
  • your Birth certificate my mom just got remarried and she needed it.
  • http://weddings.about.com/od/getorganize...No blood test required! This article is very informative...Good Luck!
  • In Texas, the answer is no.
  • a blood test, and money.
  • For just me and my daughter... I get $490 in cash and $300 in food. I live in California and this is the maximum I can recieve in my county.
  • That amount depends on your county, your family size and your income.
  • Cash converters Ebay?
  • Ebay
  • I would sell it to game stop for cash or a pawn shop. what ever suit's you best to sell your controller so do what you must :)
  • ebay if u have internet or a game shop that buys stuff from u. hope this helped
  • A pawn shop if you're old enough, craigslist.com otherwise.
  • ebay veryone goes crazy and doesnt look at wat price there on ,,, lmao
  • Bought my home cash eleven years ago in California. Married my wife 7 years ago, has one seven year old. Cannot get along with my wife. My remaining older kid who has lived with me all along, has bought a house and is moving out. My wife is unable to be self sustaining. She has a fulltime job, but does not earn much. Brought her to the US, married her and made her a US citizen. We do have a prenuptial agreement. Hers is hers, mine is mine, At time of marriage, my earnings was about $600,000/year. It is zero 6 years now. I live on my savings. I do not trust being alone with my wife in my own home, the way she behaves, and because of her limited abilities. I am uneasy that she may want to, if she could get my home away from me, using false claims, and obtain a restraining order against me. Is that possible? I do not want to get her out of my house, if I know that she cannot get me out of my house easily. The child is brilliant, I do not want to hazzard child's future right now in divorce
  • So basically, both of you live in a home that is in your name soully, right? If you by some reason put her name on the deed to your property, then she might be able to. But, I think that your child would be better off living in a healthier environment then what you are providing at the moment. One of you need to move out.
  • I think the only way she could get half of the homes worth is if you put her name on the title...sence you bought the house before you married her you would easily get it but if you put her name on the title then she gets half of it...what would happen is it would get sold and whatever owed on the home would go to the morgager and then the rest would be split 50 yours and 50 hers....but if you dont have her name on the title I wouldnt worry about it...just go to a lawyer office and start the divorce papers and ask him...
  • I would get a really good attorney. Obviously, she doesn't have the funds to reciprocate, therefore, you would have the upper hand. Being that you had her sign a pre-nup, you should have some ground to stand on. Good luck.
  • THAT HARD SORRY YOU HAVE TO GO THUR THAT GET A LAWYER THAT YOUR BEST ANSWER AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ALL YOUR FILES... LEAVE HER THE HELL ALONE NOT TO MAKE MATTER WORSE. ALWAYS HAVE SOMEONE THERE WITH YOU WHEN YOU DO GO SEE HER OR TALK WITH HER FOR YOUR DEFENSE.
  • So what you're saying is that you're a deadbeat mom who won't support her kids and would rather use Welfare. Hopefully he will contact me so that I can show how to get at least 50% custody, or better yet, Bird Nest Custody.
  • If you're receiving cash aid and food stamps from the state of California, social services should already have information on the father named on the birth certificate and be pursuing child support. You would have been asked to provide that information upon applying for aid. Why should the state (tax payers) be paying for assistance and what are you leaving out?
  • Report him to welfare AND go to Legal Aid (you can find them at your local court or try the link below. If you are getting aid, he is supposed to be paying already. The filing is simple if you know where he is. Next time, use protection.
  • what do you mean,,you want him to pay child support. OF COURSE HE WILL PAY YOU FOR TAKING CARE OF HIS CHILDREN. He might contest they are not his,,in which case,,the state will fund a DNA test to obtain that proof. Go to social services and tell them you need to open a child support case!!
  • I don't have much money? I put most of my money in 401K (about 25%) After everything I left with little spending money. I want to know what is the best checking bank to go with? I had open account with well fargo before. I hated that bank because of lots of overdraft fees. They would take over 7 days clear debit . If I made a mistake they would charge me lots of od fees and plus a $5 a day fee for od. Basically always 100+ fees. I just switch to bofa last year. Now I hating them too. I recent had about 350 dollars left on my account. I went to the movies for about 14 bucks and withdrawl 20 bucks. That was on July 12, and 13 thursday and friday. I didn't clear until monday. I had call to cancel a payment of 400 bucks they Electronic debit anyway. So, I was charged with 3 od instead of 1 bc they debit high to low. Basically which banks do you know in norcal doesn't debit high to low but on the day it was spend. To many bank pratice that to collect more fees.
  • B of A, easiest access to your money and low fees. More ATM's then any other bank in California! It does take time to post checks, and card transactions. So I do recommend keeping extra cash in any account at least $200.00 for a cushion. If that seem to be an issue try getting a prepaid visa card you fill it, you use it. If you don't have money in the card cant use it, and NO fees cause it prepaid, that cool for teens and young adults. I do it for my kid, I re-charge the card (put money in) they charge the card (purchase). And they charge no fees for the use. You can pick them up at Walmart or any convenience store. Good luck.
  • I think all banks work that way. You probably want to link a credit card to your account for overdraft protection. Maybe look into a credit union. Some credit unions will pay you back for other bank's ATM fees. If you are in the military or have a parent or grand parent in the military, you can join USAA. They don't have local branches, but you can do online deposits and get reimbursed for other banks ATM fees.
  • Washington mutual bank to me is the best bank to go with in norcal.
  • Well if you are under 18, you can not sign a contract. Technically, you can buy a car without a license if you pay cash, but a dealership would require you to have a license to drive it off their property. Keep in mind there are always exceptions. Good luck and I hope this helps.
  • No you can not purchase a car under the age of eighteen anywhere. And my understanding of California law that after eighteen you can directly get your license after eighteen.
  • You only need a license to drive one not to own one. I don't now if there are age restrictions on buying a car. My blind mother bought herself a car so she could have her teen children drive her around.
  • u dont need a license or permit to buy a car, just to drive it.
  • I bought a used car in Texas last week and saved some cash. Try visiting a few used car lots in California. http://www.findusedcardealer.com/California-Used-Car-Dealers.html
  • i think cali is usually more because of the heightend emission requirements.
  • Presently it only is if you have lots of contacts that buy investment property for cash, people are haing a tough time getting a loan, so those are the only steady buyers.
  • Real estate sales can be an easy opportunity for you, or it could be a disaster. You'll need to wear many hats at once; marketer, salesman, educator, manager. Personally, I do not see many other careers that offer the same flexibility with your schedule with the opportunity to earn a significant income. That same flexibility is what leads many others to fail. It takes serious persistence and dedication to make it in any sales job. If you are serious about this, I would suggest that you interview local Realtors who are performing now. I can recommend a couple in the Irvine area to you. Also, you might consider doing it part time while you educate yourself. I worked a full time job for 6 months while I got started in the finance part of it. You need to understand that it will likely take 3 months to 1 year from when you meet a prospect before you close and get paid on a transaction for them. Push hard and don't give up. If you want to get paid as much as doctors and lawyers, then you need to invest yourself into your profession the way that they have.
  • Getting involve in real estate business and start a career as agent or investor. It is important that you must have a strong background in real estate industry. Try to ask about the experience and important information though Realtor who are involve in the business for a long time. Take their advice and learn from them.
  • If they are worth less than $5.1 million each they is no gift tax either way, and it doesn't sound like capital gains tax is going to be a problem if you opt for the house to live in. You never said if you are ambitious and willing to work on it, or if it is in a "to die for" area you want to live in, so its a hard question to answer...
  • Upon applying for a CCW, you need to show that you are of good moral character. You also need a good cause (which in California, protecting your family isn't good enough). If you are transporting large sums of cash (as most business owners do), that is a decent enough good cause in some counties. Usually counties North of San Francisco are more likely to grant concealed carry permits. Siskiyou County is one of the best.
  • In CA you will be lucky to get it as a LEO or Active Military. Best loophole is to move to a state with more freedoms
  • No your EBT (California) do not expire and do roll over for the next month. Furthermore they are not lost immediately if you should not further qualify for the program. I should see no reason for your loss of any credits while in possession of your EBT Card after your eligibility for new credit expires. These are credits you have been deemed to have acquired or earned during your eligibility. There would appear no more right by the government to withdraw these credits upon termination or disqualification eligibility for new credits than taking away previously awarded and unspent earnings for unemployment, disability or other earned cash benefits.
  • This Site Might Help You. RE: Do Food Stamps/ EBT expire? If the entire amount is not used will it roll over next month? In california.?
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  • You need both. Your school might overlook that if you're giving it to them, but a regular bank will probably require both people.
  • I'm Italian and I thought I'd be able to decipher the English Wikipedia page about the California Proposition 13. While I had no problem going through the article, I must confess I'm more confused now that I was before I started. Can you please tell me in few words what it consists of? Please don't copy the content of some Internet article because chances are I already read it, I spent a whole afternoon on Google but still, I can't understand what that darn proposition is all about. Tax reduction on real estates? Can you elaborate a little bit? Thanks a lot in advance.
  • Prop 13 placed a cap on property tax. It limited the max amount of any tax on real property to 1 % of the cash value of the property. In addition to lowering property taxes, it contained language requiring 2/3 majority vote in both legislative houses for future increases in all state tax rates or amounts of revenue collected, included income tax rates. It also required a 2/3 majority vote for local government in local elections wishing to raise special taxes.
  • Before Prop 13 was passed, property taxes on real estate were very high. After Prop 13 passed, property taxes on real estate were lowered to 1% of the property assessed value at the time of sale. Each subsequent year, the assessed value could not increase by more than 2% (i.e., maximum inflation of 2%). So, we now have people who bought houses 30 years ago and are paying, $500 / year. Their next door neighbors who bought similar homes 2 years ago may be paying $4,000 / year.
  • I'm Italian and I thought I'd be able to decipher the English Wikipedia page about the California Proposition 13. While I had no problem going through the article, I must confess I'm more confused now that I was before I started. Can you please tell me in few words what it consists of? Please don't copy the content of some Internet article because chances are I already read it, I spent a whole afternoon on Google but still, I can't understand what that darn proposition is all about. Tax reduction on real estates? Can you elaborate a little bit? Thanks a lot in advance.
  • Prop 13 makes it difficult for the government to raise your property taxes. When you buy a home the taxes are set at 1% of the cash value, but from then on- even if your home appreciates 10% a year, they can not raise your taxes more than 2% per year. This keeps old people from losing their houses when the neighborhood suddenly becomes popular and the prices skyrocket. Government used to raise the peoples taxes following the price surges where people could no longer afford to live in their house.
  • can we ever loose prop 13 if government has there way
  • YOU don't do anything except to report this incident to the police. THEY conduct an investigation and lay appropriate charges. Simple, really. .
  • Well, it doesn't sound like you suffered a loss since the bank would not cash the check. Was it the person to whom you wrote the check who forged the check? Consider the debt paid. You don't have to issue another check. That would give them a second chance to perfect their crime. Don't give them cash either. You issued a check for payment, the debt was paid. Today, checks are as good as legal tender if the money is in the bank. If and when you get the check back, you might be able to get the prosecutor to take the case, but they generally like the big, newsworthy ones.
  • You would have to obtain a copy of the forged check to prove that it was modified from the original version. Then you would have to get the bank to verify that the check was in fact forged by written evidence which would normally be the check and a letter. Also, forgery is considered a criminal act, but since you would be the one carrying out the lawsuit, I guess you would call it a Tort (civil lawsuit). There are special courts that handle this type of fraud.
  • It is hard to prove forgery. Unless the amount of the check is substantial they probably will not pursue it legally. And if this person is well known to you and you have given them permission to sign checks for you before, like a girlfriend/boyfriend or something, they will not prosecute at all.
  • Sue Them Of Course, Talk To The Bank And See What You Can Do.
  • That wouldnt be forgery... but UTTERING Simple to fix if the bank confiscated the check. Simply swear out a warrant....
  • you should be able to do most of the process through your bank, get all your proff from your bank, they have to do this or you can sue them too., then file the court case
  • YOU don't, you go to a prosecuting attorney's office and see if they will file.
  • Report it they may pusue it depending...How much was it?
  • Sooo, me and my best friend are planning a trip to California for about 1-3 weeks depending on how it goes. We're going to Laguna, Newport, and a bunch of other places. My question is, how much cash should we save up before going? It'll be a while before we go. We both agreed at least $5000. And please, if you're some not cal, all against CA, douchebag, don't give me some dumbass lecture on all why I'm making a mistake by going.
  • Lets see 3 weeks , i recommend you rent a car or bring your own here . hotels, food , gas , other expenses , few k I'm guessing ,
  • The Curious E, $5K should see you through.
  • A cash-strapped California public university paid Sarah Palin $75,000 to speak plus $2,500 for first-class airfare for two and deluxe hotel accomodations last month at a Cal State University fundraiser which drew intense criticism and scrutiny. It raised more than $207,000 for the university. The funds raised by the gala were intended to help pay for scholarships and a variety of pressing campus needs. The rural university, like dozens of other public colleges, has had to cut some classes and cancel several scholarships as a result of California's ongoing financial woes. If she brought in $207,000 for the fundraiser and $77,500 was paid to her, leaving the university with only $129,500 for the fundraiser, do you think it was unreasonable for her to charge the school for first-class airfare for two and deluxe hotel accommodations? The fundraiser was needed because scholarships are being canceled. Sarah is presenting herself as someone speaking for middle America. Do you think it would help that cause if she flew Coach and stayed at the Holiday Inn or lowered her fees to these schools instead of charging them $77,500? I can't really understand her and wonder if even if her supporters can justify her walking away with nearly as much as the money that was raised. Your thoughts? .
  • It's no surprise that the state of CA and its universities/colleges are experiencing a horrific budget crisis. Palin should have spoken for minimum wage, just like the public employees there now do.
  • I'm not a fan of Palin, but she's free to charge what she wishes. She's very much in demand and is probably putting together a campaign for 2012 (hopefully does not even get nominated). Getting nominated is a very expensive undertaking, so she can't go around the country speaking for small fees at every University that wants a big name speaker at a bargain price. She could have made more speaking somewhere else, so she probably gave up money speaking at the university. The University made a nice profit, so they have no reason to complain. Palin's 2500 dollar hotel fee certainly included rooms for her political team. They might have saved 1000 dollars by staying somewhere else, which doesn't even cover one college term for one student.
  • Nope. If the college agreed to pay her that then there is no problem. People will pay, and people will take, whatever the market is willing to bear. Alex Rodriguez was a baseball player for the Seattle Mariners. When he became a free agent he opted to sign with the Texas Rangers for $250,000,000. A lot of the Mariners' fans were incensed about his decision to leave the team even though the Mariners organization would not give A-Rod the amount the Rangers offered. A-Rod took what the market would bear. Don't see anything unreasonable about that, or the money Palin took.
  • considering the fact that the Sarah Palin in basic terms gave her convention speech 3 DAYS in the past and is presently on the campaign path with McCain, i think of this is logical that she hasn't been on any television tutor yet. It would not make her gutless! so some distance as Oprah, i think of this is an obtrusive bias that she has no plans to ask Palin on her tutor. Oprah is an Obama supporter. Oprah thinks the worldwide revolves around Oprah and thinks the worldwide waits on her each and every be conscious with baited breath. the actual reason that Oprah won't have Sarah Palin on her tutor is because of fact Sarah Palin will tutor she's an smart lady who ought to eliminate votes from Oprah's Obama. Frankly, i do no longer think of Sarah Palin ought to pass on Oprah in any respect.
  • They were free to pass on having her attend. If they thought she was too expensive they could have gotten a Lib like Clinton \ to speak instead. Oh wait...Clinton charges more than Palin does. Never mind. I love your use of "leaving the university with only $129,500 for the fundraiser..." No agenda there at all..
  • The school had a larger net gain with Palin speaking than without her there so I would say they were probably happy with the results. Are you jealous that no one will pay to hear you speak. Maybe you should do something they will pay you for.
  • Not at all. After all, Bill Clinton demands and gets more than $100,000 per speech, plus expenses. If the school was willing to pay, then why is anyone griping about it? I won't even try thinking about how much money Algore bilks out of people for his speeches.
  • Why does no one ever question Bill Clinton's speech Fees? Bill Clinton's king of the Hil with $10 million in speech fees http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national...Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national...Bill Clinton Speech Fees Topped $4.7 Million in '08 http://online.wsj.com/article/SB12331113...40 million in 6 years in 2007 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/02/22/AR2007022202189.html Former President Bill Clinton traveled the globe in 2005 giving speeches that earned him $7.5 million, http://www.cnn.com/2006/POLITICS/06/14/bill.clinton.speeches/index.html
  • All that I learned from reading this liberal BS is that Sarah Palin raised net $129,500 for a university brought on the brink of bankruptcy by Californian libral polticians who are too busy to pay off SEIU to pay attention to education. Liberals hate her so much that they try to portray even her charitable deeds as evil.
  • No. She's taking what the market will bear. And she can see Washington from her double wide!
  • They may want a credit card, more as a form of collateral when you don't pay.
  • join a GYM??? what do you think a gym is? Some kind of weapons lab?? the only reason you need an id is so they can BILL you.
  • Hi, I've been married for 5 years, but separated for 2. The separation was due to really bad behavior on behalf of my still current husband. We have a child. But he lives with me 24/7. I put him in school, and take care of him. He does get a small amount of Child support from his father ordered by the court. He does visit his father One weekend a month. I can't afford a lawyer or high fees. I want to try the "do it yourself divorce" but i want to know which "forms" do i need to download. None of us have any assets of value. No big amount of money to fight over. We have no shared accounts or property. We are two different people. Obviously my priority is my son. If I were to file the divorce first, he wouldn't lift a finger. He's not the type to disagree if it means he will be freed from something or responsibility. Please help, what forms do I need to download, to end this marriage, that is long overdue for termination. Thank you.
  • Go down to the court house they have what they call Family Law Facilitators they will give you the forms or tell you where to get them and they will walk you through the proses without giving you legal advice... or you can go to this website http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/fam... they are pretty informative as well but the law facilitators are the best in my opinion cuz the papers can be confusing... Forgot to add reading your question was like reading my own story good luck hunny! Oh and If your income is below a certain level or if you are on any kind of California aid I.E. medical, Food stamps, or cash aid You can be eligible for a fee waiver i suggest u try filing for one as divorce can be costly..
  • nicely, you will possibly divorce like in the different portion of the rustic, in simple terms circulate to the courtroom residing house and get the place of work work to report.they might even supply help on a thank you to fill it out, it takes approximately 6 month from the date you report a divorce rfile to truly get divorced. look at the source internet site and that they provide greater data and a few help besides.
  • Go for it, I moved up to state-income tax-free Seattle, Washington and absolutely hate it. At least California is sunny and has lots of stuff to do. The pay here is WAY lower than in the Bay Area, so even with CA state tax, I *still* came out with more cash. I only moved because I lost my job. I'll trade you places, if you want...
  • you take cali for granted I moved away and i hate it where i am now I just wana move back to the nice worm beaches in la jola CA San Diego
  • umm doesn't new york have the highest taxes???
  • Visiting NYC from California. My wallet got lost/stolen, so I got no ID. I was able to check into a hostel, and the airline (Virgin America) confirmed that they would let me fly as long as I have my reservation slip, which I do. So here's the big problem: I got less than $50 left!! Are there any quick cash-paying jobs that I could find around the city (i.e. unloading some trucks, etc.)? Craigslist netted zilch so far... HELP!!!
  • 14th Street, walk along the west side all the way to the Hudson River, you might be able to make some money there. Just ask around.
  • If you're staying at a hotel, they've got your card on file I'm sure, so use a cell phone or the phone in the room and call everyone you can, explain the situation and ask them to wire you money. Or ask your employer to give you an advance. Call 1-800-555-1212 to find bank #s etc if you do not have it and explain to them you need a new card ASAP because your old card was stolen (if its faster to get the same card, do that and tell them when it was stolen/lost so they can void any charges before that time. You can always get a new card/ new #s when you get home.) Call the airline and tell them you have the reservation slip but have NO STATE ID. You cannot even pass security w/o an ID, even if the airline says you're OK. Talk to someone at the airport. Call the police and file a report. Short of that, if you are truly desperate, you are in NYC for the love of God, you can get a job in less than a day, go out there and explore ALL possibilities... just depends how uncomfortable you are willing to get. Hope you can retrieve it!
  • NY is known as "The Big Apple" because long ago a famous folk hero (Johnny Appleseed) planted a single seed in the middle of the city. Then, in a strange warp in space-time, a boy named Jack planted a seed he believed to be magical in the same spot. In what is still considered a marveling biological advancement, the two seeds fused together on a molecular level. After an impressive rain, the seed hybrid grew into an apple 300ft tall and approximatively 330ft wide. The strangest thing being the absence of a tree. It seems the apple was completely normal, except it grew straight from the ground with its own roots like a beanstalk of some sort. For decades to come, people would visit the city and look up at the impossible fruit and think "that is a big apple". After a while people began referring to the city itself as "The Big Apple". But then, 1943 Oct 11th, something strange happened. As the city laid to rest, the night once again upon them, there was a blinding flash of red light. The flash lasted for nearly 4-5 seconds. No one is certain what caused the flash, but once it was over the apple had simply disappeared. Not only had it vanished, the ground it had grown from had closed as if it were never there. Some say the apple had grown so large it created some sort of fruity supernova and collapsed in on itself in a black hole. Some say the aliens responsible for the death of the dinosaurs came back and destroyed the apple as well. We may never know exactly what happened that night, but one thing is for sure. That was a big-*** apple.
  • It's really simple: Hustle up two bucks.Buy a a one ride one transfer MetroCard. Take the F train to the last stop in Queens [179th St ] transfer to the Q3 bus to JFK Politely tell the nice people at Virgin America that you personally don't give a f**k about exactly how they figure it all out but sometime in the next day or so you need to be on an airplane home and let them work out the details. Have fun
  • Good luck trying to get on a plane with out a government sponsered picture ID. I think money is the least of your problems.
  • Restaurants or local clubs may hire you for a day or 2. Check out Craigslist and other websites for temp jobs.
  • 1. Donate plasma 2. Get married to someone. Going rate is $15000 and up. 3. Call you family or job and ask for a small wire of funds. Good luck
  • Try to donate plasma.....it hurts but you can make 30 or 40 bucks.
  • like someone said...have someone from home wire you cash. Or call your credit card company and have them fedex overnight a new credit card.
  • pretend your a refugee and wait with a bunch of them for a construction/landscaping/painting... companys truck to come by and hop on
  • There will be no problem if you are paying cash. 18 is old enough. The problem most 18 year olds have is obtaining a mortgage as w/o a college education their pay is low, and they have no established credit rating.
  • We do make mortgage loans to people under 21 but generally speaking you are going to need a co-borrower with credit, income, assets, job stability, related college education etc. My youngest client ever has been 20 years old and he did qualify on his own. The answer is "yes you may" but whether you "can" is a different story.
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  • Hey Cesar, I’ve been to LeukoLab a few times, they pay money for blood donations up to $700 or $800 for a bone marrow donation. The staff is super friendly, facility is brand new and clean, and they are really professional. Also the blood donations go to scientific research, which is a great cause! I believe their website is just their name http://www.leukolab.com
  • You can't get paid to donate blood in most places. However, you can get paid to donate plasma and it's pretty good pay but you can only donate once a week. As far as getting paid to donate sperm, not just anybody can donate. You have to take a series of tests (no STD's) and an I.Q. Test to be considered. Call your local plasma donation clinic for more info on donating plasma though. It goes to a good cause and they pay you more money the more you come back.
  • You just have to have a photo id such as passport, drivers license, school id etc.
  • You have to have state issued I.D., which would either be an I.D. card that is obtainable through the DMV or a driver's permit or license. Military I.D. and passports are also acceptable at some banks. However, school I.D. and work I.D. will probably not be accepted since anyone with a computer can make a fake one these days.
  • You usually need some form of id to cash a check so they know you're the person entitled to the money. It's to protect you as well as the person issuing the check. It doesn't have to be a driver's license. It can be a school id, your work id (if the snack bar gave you one), or anything with your name on it that can identify you. Good luck.
  • The best way to know is to check with your bank. Usually, if you have an account with a bank it's easier. If you don't have a bank account, you could set one up - it's free. Or take it to the bank the check is written on to cash it. You can find that info usually in the lower left corner. I say, take it in to the bank with all the id you have and see what they say.
  • They probably won't issue a warrant for your arrest but they may ask UT to suspend your driving license and cancel the registration for your car until you pay. UT may or may not be willing to cooperate but CA will try to do something to "encourage" you to pay the tolls. Go to the online site and try to pay.. If it won't let you pay it should tell you what to do. Worst case is call the agency that operates the toll road and ask them how to pay. If you aren't sur what agency is responsible the call the CA highway partol office in the area where you missed the tolls. DON'T just wait until they "send you a bill in the mail".
  • They will mail you a bill to the address where the car is registered.
  • What I mean is that I my pay period ends on a sunday and I don't get paid until the following saturday, and even then we aren't allowed to receive our checks until after 2 p.m. in order to cash them. Is this legal in California? Also there has been incidents when theres been insufficient funds in the employers bank account to where our, the employees checks, bounce.
  • the pay-day and time are perfectly legal, however the checks bouncing is another issue.... failure to pay wages in good funds on the regular designated payday as prescribed in Labor Code Sections 204, 204b, 205, and 209, respectively, is a misdemeanor. Labor Code Section 215 see: http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_Paydays.h...
  • Of course it is legal to pay you when the company does its payroll, whatever date that is. You are supposed to know how often you get a paycheck when you take a job. Some people get paid once a month, others twice a month, or on certain dates. You have to wait until 2 p.m. probably that is after they have gone to to the bank with their business deposits.
  • Obviously this is your first job otherwise you would know there has to be a gap of several days between the end of the pay period and actual payment day. Surely you did not think you could get your pay on the same day or even the day after.
  • California Law States; Whether your landlord can raise your rent depends on whether you have a lease or a rental agreement, and what it says. Some tenants have leases. If you have a lease, your rent cannot be increased during the term of the lease, unless the lease allows rent increases. Many tenants have periodic rental agreements -- for example, a week-to-week or a month-to-month rental agreement. If you have a periodic rental agreement, your landlord can increase your rent, unless the agreement does not allow rent increases. The landlord must give you proper advance written notice of the rent increase. The written notice tells you how much the increased rent is and when the increase takes effect. How much advance notice must the landlord give the tenant? If you have a month-to-month (or shorter) periodic rental agreement, the landlord must give you at least 30 days’ advance written notice of a rent increase. The landlord must give you at least 30 days’ advance notice if the rent increase is 10 percent (or less) of the rent charged at any time during the 12 months before the rent increase takes effect. The landlord must give you at least 60 days’ advance notice if the rent increase is greater than 10 percent of the rent charged at any time during the 12 months before the rent increase takes effect.2
  • Well Jen, sometimes landlords raise rents because they want to force a move-out so that they can have a preferred party move in such as a family member or friend. but also... if the tenant displays flagrant use of water and electricity which the landlord has to pay for then the landlord may have reason to increase the rent rate. If the tenant appears to be too noisy for the other tenants or neighbors this may also be a reason to increase to try and force a move-out. go on line to your county property clerks office and do a check on other rental units in your present area, of the same size and condition as the one you are living in right now and see what similar dwellings are renting for. this will give you an idea as to weather or not the landlord is being fair or not. let's face it; he may have rented the apartment to you @ $400. when it should actually be $600. and if he's only adding $100 then he is within his fair margin so then the major decision would have to be yours as to either accept his decision to the increase or request a 30 day period for relocation. you can also get other rental quotes by looking at renters guide or by walking around and spotting for rent signs and asking those landlords for a walk-through. they will give you a tour and explain their rates. this could help you decide if you just want to move or if you just want to find out how fairly your landlord presenting himself.
  • Without a lease, or not rent-controlled, your rent can be raised with 30 days notice to any amount and as often as landlord wants.
  • The landlord can raise the rent every 30 days, month-to-month tenancy, if he wants to or when your lease expires unless you live in a city that has rent control.
  • It varies per area, how often and how much. However, if they have made any improvements, they have a right to raise the rent because now it is a nicer place.
  • I don't know how much or how often, you have to check into your local laws. I can tell you if you are in a lease they can not change the rent until the end of the lease. If you are month to month they must give you a 30 written notice on or before the last day of a rental period to take affect in the next following month. You at that time of receiving the notice have the option to accept the increase or give a 30 day written notice on or before that same rental period to end tenancy at the end of the next rental period thereby not paying the rent increase.
  • Without a lease they can raise it every month if they want.
  • He can raise it as much as he wants. He can't raise it if you have a contract so get one.
  • Do you not have a lease? If you have a lease then usually that locks in your rent for the lease period.
  • perfectly legal. u can move also
  • No. You need to wait for the actual picture ID.
  • This will not be accepted since it can be easily forged. You are going to have to wait for your real card in the mail. It won't take long. One of these days. Open a checking account so you can deposit checks. Statistically people that cash checks do not save any money.
  • get a pic state id.. they do that immediately.
  • I had gotten a traffic ticket in California back in September 2009, I know well that I payed for the ticket. Now its May 2013 and they resent me the EXACT ticket and case number with the fine doubled. RIDICULOUS! I paid for the ticket already, I live in Arizona and I can't complain directly. I no longer have the confirmation number that I had paid for the ticket back in 2009. I don't know what to do! Please help!
  • Your bank will have check records, your credit card company will have records of a credit card payment. Unless you paid cash, you should be able to prove that you paid $X to the superior court, and that should be sufficient to convince them that you paid this citation.
  • Why can't you complain directly just because you live in Arizona?
  • A quarter (um, California, Arkansas, whatever) is M1 since it is currency outstanding. (You could also call that M0, simple currency and nothing else). Yes something can be included in M2 and not M1. That's why we say M2 = M1 + savings deposits & money market accts etc. M1 is a subset of M2, but that other stuff in M2 is only in M2, not M1 ... which I'd hope is clear.
  • Why stop there? Look for a free car and house too. Likely to find one as the other. No cash of collateral means no bond, and you get to spend time in jail.
  • they are asserting they want 10% funds bond of the $3,000 they have them on. So, you're able to need to pay the courtroom $3 hundred for a brief launch of your brother. In our state, if he exhibits as much as courtroom, he does get that $3 hundred decrease back whether he's chanced on responsible or no longer responsible. If he's chanced on responsible, then he can choose for whether to forfeit the $3 hundred as element of the nice fee, or acquire a verify decrease back for it. in case you have been to get a bail bondsman, they could value you for them posting up $3,000 that the choose needs. If he does not happen to courtroom, then the courtroom costs the bail bondsman gets charged the $3,000 and that they arrive once you brother. you in addition to mght do no longer acquire any money decrease back from the bondsman if he does happen to courtroom. in my view, arise with the $3 hundred the choose needs, get your brother out, makes advantageous he is going to courtroom and you gets the $3 hundred decrease back.
  • Yes. You should have written that the check would not even be deposited in escrow until the offer had been signed by the seller's lender..
  • Yes. In fact they must. Cashing the check is the only way to verify that the funds are actually on deposit with them. What would happen if the check bounced ? They may even be required by law to cash it, but I can't be certain of that since I have not put a property into escrow in CA for a few years now. By issuing the check you entered into a binding contract. You can renege, however you are required to accept any costs borne by the seller as a result. I doubt your deposit would cover all of them and you may actually owe money. Buyer's remorse is a fact of Real Estate purchases. Sometimes, going ahead with the deal is still the best thing to do.
  • yes that is what the deposit check is for, to pay for things that come up in escrow. like ordering the PRE lim, HOA doc etc. your money will be returned.in full if escrow did not order anything yet. all you need do is have your Realtor submit a cancellation of contract and return of deposit.form so long you are with in the 17 days time line. if this is a short sale, you should not have opened escrow unless you have an approval from the lien holders
  • Of course they cashed your check. That's what you do with a check. did you think they were going to keep it in a file cabinet?
  • 'cause the State law did not set it up that way. CA knows that State run facilities would create price structures that drive people to street deals.
  • not much- I think a friend once told me that she made around $10/hour- but that was a few years ago. I'd guess in the $12/hour range by now. Those comissioned cashiers can make quite a bit of cash- even more if they sell those worthless "extended warranty" programs on TVs and refrigerators.
  • A call to Sears should answer that. With the recession hitting California so hard I doubt if Sears is hiring, and if they are they would probably think a Doctoral candidate drastically over qualified for a job as a cashier.