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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.