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Frequently asked questions about california check cash

  • Here's a list of banks in California that can help. http://www.banksintheusa.com/California-Banks.html
  • It comes from the state, not a specific bank...any bank can cash it as long as you have proper ID (usually a State ID or Driver's License and a major credit card or original Social Security card)
  • If you don't have an account then you have to go to a check cashing instituion (Western Union) and they take a cut.
  • I think the bank its issued from is written on it.
  • in the uk the bank its issued from is written on the cheque itself. maybe its the same in us?
  • You have to reorder the card. Next time, make a copy of it or at least memorize it.
  • Go to DMV to request a replacement.
  • are you cute.. email me and I will help you cash it :)
  • Nope just proof it passed smog! Lived in So Cal for 4 years, had a car that didn't pass the cat was cored out (had it done before I moved there) it failed smog of course and I put a new converter on it, had it retested it passed and I got my registration. All I had to do was pay for a freaking test twice on the car at 75 bucks a shot, and all the DMV wanted to see was a passed test, didn't even ask about receipts of repair. Also there are some shady places out there near the border off the 905 that will give you a passing check if you slide them some extra cash under the table too (don't ask me how I know that but I do).
  • Check Into Cash 1061 E Avenue J Lancaster, California 93535
  • Do NOT send cash. Check or money order. There should be an address on the ticket where to send it. If not, call the clerk and get info.
  • call the clerk of the court, ( the ticket will have a court room number on it) most courts will take a credit card
  • Actually, I'm almost certain that if there is no "or" in between the names, that it is not legal, unless the parties endorse the check. However, I'm having trouble finding anything about it. Where is my best bet to find some conclusive information? Also, there is a good chance that someone forged my signature on the back of said check in order to cash it. How can I go after her in court for fraud?
  • for real info just ask said bank. i cashed a deposit check that my old roommate wouldn't sign to screw me over. so i just forged her name and she never even knew i cashed it.
  • She should have been sentenced by a judge to a certain jail term with provisions for time off for good behavior, early release on parole, etc. She should be able to tell you how long she expects to be in jail. Or you could call the jail. They should be able to tell you or direct you to someone who can. But she must have done more than just try to cash a check. If she didn't know it was bad she wouldn't have gotten sent to jail.
  • If you're 18 then you should really have a bank account by now. Go to your bank to cash a check.
  • If it includes a photograph of you then yes. If you have any questions simply call your local bureau of motor vehicles office.
  • you can by asking some place to cash it
  • I don't know of, nor have I seen any plan along the lines of the check in the mail for citizens as Bush did. Republicans always assume they are the only ones who earn money. Except for those rich Democrats they want to give their own money away. Or live in a cave without electricity. Its about a fifty-fifty split between tax cuts and spending programs to rebuild and re-fund education and infrastructure and small businesses. And to provide longer term unemployment insurance and benefits than the states presently provide, ususally in state above a certain amount of unemployment, some states are topping fifteen percent unemployment, and California is working on a four day week to save money.
  • no check for you. get to work n earn your money.
  • nope, this bill is mostly about spending, lots of it.
  • depends how big the check was for....some are considered grand theft others not.
  • I have a check I have to cash for 1,900 dollars. I lost my license and my passport is expired. If I go to the DMV will they give me a temporary license with a picture on it in one day? I know they give you a temporary without a picture but if I ask I need the picture for an emergency will they do it? I can't wait 60 days for the I'd to come so please help!!!!
  • If all you are trying to do is cash the check, call the bank. Ask them what you could do? If you aren't going to a bank, call the place you are going to. Usually, they want at least one picture ID, take the passport (even though it is expired), and your paper license, and a credit card (with your name on it).
  • So Debt collection Agency is Saying They work for California check cashing and they are attempting to collect a debt from me which I did owe but I am a 18 year old college student with financial hardship I do understand these debt agency's are third parties who buy these debts and try to collect it for their won profit. I made arrangment on a payment but found out i wont be able to have that amount in my bank I called them and told them that they no longer can attack my bank for that amount on the settled date due to me not having funds and that i would arrange something else with them can they legally go attack my bank for the funds even with me telling them that they may not anymore?
  • First, you owe the debt and they are trying to collect what you owe. You say harrassment; they say deadbeat. Being 18 and having financial problems makes no difference. You bounced a check and could be criminally prosecuted. Second, payment plans to collection agencies are always bad ideas. Soooo many potential problems. Did you at least get a written payment plan agreement? It's likely that the collection agency will sell the debt to another collection agency and you will have to start all over, maybe owing even more. Third, never give collection agencies direct access to your bank account. They are now authorized and will take what they want, when they want. At this point, you need to send the collection agency a certified, return request letter telling them you are withdrawing the authorization to draft your bank account. CC your bank. You may have to go to the bank and close that account. Be sure to tell the bank the reason you are closing the account is to stop the auto draft -- sometimes closing the account isn't enough. You need to figure out some way to come up with a lump sum and negotiate a settlement with the collection agency. You can probably settle for 50% in a lump sum. Get any settlement agreement in writing first and pay them with a money order or cashier's check.
  • If you already granted them the access in your settlement, then they can still access (not attack) your account. Send them a certified letter letting them know about the situation and they might not try to access the account, but I doubt it.
  • Contact Police and make a complaint.
  • f client pays only a certain amount of the bill, writes paid in full on check, and the office cashes the check, does that cancel the remaining "debt"? - I am 100% sure that this used to mean the remaining "debt" was forgiven. - Current situation = I've googled this but don't understand the legalise & would like clarification - This is in California Specific situation: physical therapy visits 11/01/2008 - 4/30/2009 were not billed to client until 12/31/2009 (client asked NUMEROUS times for a bill but obviously it was never given). When client FINALLY received the bill, she was billed separately for things that she didn't realize she was billing billed for and would not have received this "treatment" if she knew she was being billed between $55-$110 per visit for it. - Client has tried to talk to office about it. - Carol says talk to Joan, Joan says talk to Carol, etc.
  • No, the company will still keep going after the client for the remaining amount owed. It's not up to the client to clear the remaining amount owed by simply writing the three words 'paid in full'. It IS inappropriate for the company to not send statements in a timely manner though. If it goes to court, I'm not sure who would win.
  • Probably not a checking account as the whole purpose of CHEX is to report people who didn't handle checking accounts well in the past. But, you may be able to get a savings account with a debit card, and at least have access to cheaper banking services for cashing your pay check, or using direct deposit into a savings account.
  • No. Even if a banker opened your account by mistake, Security would swoop down on them and close your account. I would suggest getting a green dot debit card from Walmart, it has a visa logo and takes direct deposit. You can also buys money orders from them to pay your bills cheap. Once you pay off the bank you owe $ too, get a letter from them confirming payment and you should be able to open another bank account.
  • For credit unions in California check out www.creditunionsonline.com/state.php?sta... i think this will be helpful for you..
  • Wait, you accepted a check for $50,000 in California? I believe that is a felony for the person who wrote it. I would fire you for accepting a $50,000 check.
  • of course not - if you now live in NM, use your pay check to open a new account, make sure all the checks have cleared the old account and then close the Cali account. Only other option is to mail the deposit to the bank in Cali
  • If you have (or can open) an account with the New Mexico bank, you can deposit the money there and wire it to the California bank, if you don't mind the cost.
  • No. Call your bank in CA and see if you can mail in the deposit. Or use the check to set up a new account in NM that you can access there.
  • No. You can only make deposits (or withdrawals) from the same bank that your account is in.
  • I have lived in a house for more than 3 years and always payed my rent on time. Just last month we had to move out and I cleaned the carpets, hauled off the trash, and tried to wash the walls as best as I could. We walked the house with the landlord and he said we could have 700 of the 900 back. He wrote me a check, I cashed it and now he is saying that he wants 300 back.He says there is a broken window, bath tub plug does not work,( it never did to start with) and the closet doors need repair. He also says that the up keep with his house was not to his Standard. Can he take me to court and get his money back? I lived there with my husband and 3 children, Yes there were somethings that need to be fixed, like the roof,( we told him over 2 years about it and finally I got tired of it and payed to have it fixed). When we were moving I noticed that the floor in the kitchen was starting to warp, I thought that he might of had a leak under the house. He saw that and understood, at least he did then. He wants to meet with me again, Should I even bother or should I wait until he takes me to court? Is there some where that I can find on the web what my rights are even if I have already got the money? I have tried to search the web and I couldn't find anything.
  • He wrote check gave it to you and you cashed it. Its over! You searched web? Well I know of several forum sites that might have answers for you as well try there. Addresses are below
  • Landlord can still sue you. He will not win. Repeat: He will NOT win. The dialogue will be something like this: Landlord: "Yes your honor, we did a walkthrough. Tenant and I agreed that I would keep $200. I gave tenant a check for the remaining $700. But, after thinking about it for a couple of weeks, I changed my mind. I think I made a bad deal. I want another $300." Judge: "Oh, please. Quit wasting the court's time. Case dismissed."
  • California is offers a lot or protection for tenants. http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landl...You lived there more than 2 years. The law gives you a lot of protection from deductions for cleaning, painting, etc... If it's been over 21 days, and he sues you, you should defend yourself by claiming that the law gives him 21 days to asses the damage and repair it. The "damage" he's claiming was clearly not hidden and his 21 day period to find and repair it is up. You're not to blame for his lazy habits.
  • That is weird. I don't know the law but here is my opinion. When I was from california, I lost a check that would become void after 90 days or so. I don't think a check thats dated could be cashed like one year later. But I don't know. Seems weird. Wonder if you can call your bank and ask them.
  • There's the California Credit Union that has no strings attached free checking accounts. https://www.californiacu.org/home/person...And here's a list of other credit unions in California. http://www.creditunionsonline.com/califo...
  • Credit unions and small local banks. Next time you drive to school, work, or home, just keep a mental note on them and google them when you get home and take notes and was that a run-on sentence?
  • Check your local credit union.
  • I'm pregnant and need to sell one of my cars to have some extra cash for my baby. I have 2 cars, one needs some work to pass the smog test. I know that the seller is responisible for the smog test but how can I sell the car without being responsible for the repairs and test? Please give me as much as information as possible this the first time I'm going to sell a car and don't want to end up introuble.
  • Selling a car on your own REQUIRES a smog check, no questions asked, if not the DMV cannot accept an ownership transaction, unless ownership is transferred to a member of household, therefore not considered a sale. However, if sold to a car dealership, you do not require a smog check, but they give you less money than a private transaction, and get allot more than they gave you.
  • P.J. is correct in his answer and you do know that you are responsible for the car being smogged. If you find a buyer that would take the vehicle without a smog, you could be sued for the cost of smog repair and the sale could be voided. The state law is quite clear on this point. Visit a CA DMV site to verify this point. It would be better to have the car smogged and pay for repairs up front rather than have the come back with a lawsuit attached. Sorry.
  • You just sell it "as is". Write that out in big bold letters and have the buyer sign it. The buyer does not have to register the car (unless he wants to drive it). Just accept the cash and sign over the title.
  • if your name is on it, they're going to want taxes from you. otherwise you can sell it if you have the signed off title or a bill of sale. sometimes it gets sticky getting missing signatures if the original owner is not around.
  • See if CA has a waiver for that. I got one in NJ.
  • That all depends on where you are playing. In California I know that you can choose how you receive your winnings. Either check or cash but be prepared to pay for it come tax season. You should put 30% away just for this to cover taxes.
  • These tickets are already the worst bet on the planet. It's all the worse still if you can't even follow the directions on the front of the ticket to tell for yourself whether or not you've won. :\ If you can't tell, just bring it back to the store and ask them to cash it in for you. If they give you any money at all, thank them and go home. If they tell you it's a losing ticket, thank them anyway and go home. The lottery is a TAX on the poor and on the ignorant.
  • Online Scratchers
  • #1 As far as I know there is no known way to check online if your scratcher is a winner without being a CA lotto retailer. Although, I have found that winners will not be accepted when trying to enter them into the 2nd chance drawings. So, you would be able to have a idea that one may be a winner if you try entering it into the drawing (only done online) and it is not able to be entered.
  • It will tell u on the back of the ticket odss of winning 1 in 5 so the 5th one is a winner
  • You can go to a branch of the bank that they are written off of. That is the easiest way to do it. Other places will charge you a fee.
  • You can get a savings account at 13. My kids both have them, and they are 11 and 14. Have your mom or dad take you to their bank. It shouldn't be a problem at all. I am a little concerned about this website though. What exactly are they paying you for? It sounds too good to be true, which means it probably is. Have an adult check it out before you sign up, and don't give any personal information. Good luck.
  • it should work take the bank that the check is written from you do not need a bank acct. look on the check for the banks name
  • Yes, you would want proof that the mover is insured & bonded. If the person was moving goods for you, business or personal & got injured they could sue you personally as well as your homeowners policy or business policy. You can usually check if the person has a valid business license & state revenue (tax) account in your state on line.
  • If he gets hurt on the job at your location, he can sue you. You're liable for all the damage to your stuff, if it gets stolen, or damaged, if he has no insurance. BUT, usually that insurance is pretty minimal - the insurance on your stuff, I mean. The biggest worry, if he's doing this uninsured, is that if he gets stopped by police, all YOUR stuff will be impounded - along with his truck - and you can kiss it goodbye.
  • What's the problem? Cash the cheques (sorry, checks). The IRS (and CRA in Canada) care only about income. If any of this money is interest earned, then it's taxable. The Canadian bank will withhold tax, which you get back on your US tax return when you declare the income there. Regarding unemployment rules, you need to ask a US discussion board.
  • The fact that you are asking is making me wonder where the money is coming from. Why is Canada part of this? If it's your money and you are simply cashing them, non-issue. If it's a gift, photocopy the checks before cashing them. Do not play games trying to cash them at different banks than usual.
  • I received mine yesterday. It was 699.20. California residents apparently recieved a bigger share. Have not tried to cash it yet. However, it looks absolutley legit. If you go the the Garden City Group (the firm that apparently handles class action settlement funding) you can search through their active list of class actions. http://www.gcginc.com/pages/class_action_case_search.php This one shows up under the "C" for "call recording class action". My scam meter went off as well, but then I realized that I've never heard of crooks getting your account numbers just by you depositing a check. They usuall have to ask for your account number somehow.
  • Cool! . . . I'll have to see if I'm on their list. Probably not . . . They had a few really great Big Band station a few years ago, then about the time of their merger (or whatever it was) they changed a few things around, and I went to FM radio for my shop. But, gee! $699! Got special plans for it? Maybe another XM radio?
  • Yeper, I got one Saturday for...$699.20. I will do some major research before cashing it I tell ya. But, It's real, here's the website. http://www.callrecordingclassaction.com/
  • I got one Friday for $139.84 and was extremely shocked and happy, but I wish mine was as big as yours.
  • The company when out of bussiness and sold. I received a letter with a check of $44.80!! Please bare with me as a type it :( This Letter of Transmittal is being delivered to you, a stockholder of Maddux, Inc., in connection with the Charlestown Captial Advisor, LLC and Hartland Asset Management Corporation Third Modified Fourth Amened Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization dated Octuber 14, 2010 (the "Plan") confirmed by the United States Bankruptcy Court Central District of California. Pursuant to the terms of the Plan, you are receiving a distribution of $0.35 per share in exchange for 52.838% of the shares (the "Transcation") of the common stock, per value $0.01 per share, of Maddux (the "Common Stock") and suck shares so exchanged have been cancelled on the books and records of the Company Any info Will be greatly, greatly appreciated as I am lost now. Thank you soo much
  • Big messy bankruptcy... Anyway, the letter kind of says it all. As part of the bankruptcy settlement, you are getting $0.35/share for 52% of your shares and then the shares are being cancelled. You will retain 48% of your shares although Charlestown will be the majority owner of the company so all the outside shareholders will constitute a minority interest (that's not good for you). Then your remaining 48% shares will be in a 5-1 reverse split. That means you will have about 20 shares left valued at around $1.50 apiece (which you should probably sell for the tax loss). BTW - this is a rare bankruptcy in which the shareholders get anything. All the creditors are paid off in full so theer is some miniscule amount of money left for stock holders. Don't spend your $60 all in one place! Edit - Sure just cash your check.
  • I applied at a check cashing place here in california and i had an interview in which they told me they were going to do a background check and so i gave them my info. They told me it would take about 2 weeks for the results to come in and i would get a call from them. Its been about 3 weeks since then and i havent recieved a call, im trying to be patient but i really need the job since its a full time job. Im just getting a bit concerned that maybe im not going to get the job, any advice?
  • It can take up to 6 weeks.
  • relying on how some time previous the conviction grow to be, you're able to get your list expunged. i believe the guidelines determination via jurisdiction, yet perhaps if it grow to be like 7 to 10 years in the past, you should that. except that, in simple terms come sparkling. i have considered many businesses no longer even habit a history examine and those that do (like public protection) oftentimes aid you describe your circumstances. that is, they don't unavoidably immediately disqualify you once you've a conviction. nonetheless inspite of the actuality that, i'd practice my clarification somewhat better. You sound very honest (and smart), yet kin violence, mostly, is a extra complicated project than you're making it out to be. even inspite of the actuality that you're innocuous, it type of feels probably complicated so that you'll obviously convince a human source artwork force that your ex-spouse grow to be the project and also you've been an innocuous bystander. maximum those who understand kin violence also recognize that batterers very oftentimes come for the era of as very nice or perhaps-tempered. So, in simple terms confer with a pastime interview specialist on the thanks to play that answer and be uncomplicated on your interview, yet keep your palms crossed that they received't ask (or get a pastime that would not require a history learn). that is too undesirable that you've been in those circumstances, yet I nevertheless imagine you would possibly want to not have pled responsible to that in case you've been innocuous. solid success.
  • Don't sell it to them. Sell it to me!!! :) Is it a Colt? Armalite? Springfield? Nah, but seriously, it all depends on CA state law. Check with a neighboring county if you want to be discreet about it. ADD: I'm here in Ohio and am curious as to what those sell for in Cali.... I sold my Colt Target Match 20" for $1100 about 5 years ago at a local gun show. Would love to have another...maybe a shorter barrel though....that thing was monstrous. But incredibly fun to shoot.
  • Well technically you cannot legally sell it to a California resident anymore(Ca law). Our gun laws here in the People's Republic of California have redefined the meaning of stupidity. Under federal law you can sell the rifle to anyone legally allowed to own a firearm in this country, if you want to write up a bill of sale to cover yourself then by all means go ahead and do so.
  • Here In California we have to go through a gun broker to purchase a rifle, DROS fees have to be paid and a waiting period observed. Yes a bill of sale.
  • depends on your state laws, I know in NM all you have to do is write a bill of sale on paper and have them sign it and make a copy for both your records that way if they go shoot someone you dont get in trouble.
  • Just mail it from the Post Office via Certified Mail-receipt requested & at least you will have some type pf proof that it was received by someone at the address you mailed it to. It will cost around $3.00 & the P.O will mail you back a signed signature card for your records in case you have to go to court to prove that you sent the check & that it was received by someone at the address it was mailed to. It is bad business to not give a tenant a receipt, but many landlords think that your check or money order is your receipt & this just is not true, because it does not prove when & who received the payment from you. Depending on the county that you live in, you should have a housing department or renters & tenants number listed in your telephone book under the name of your City, or County listings. I'm a Native & over the years, I have had a few Landlods that did't want to comply, so I feel your distress. Just don't pay in cash & you'll be one up on these kind of people.
  • don't complain just ask for a receipt to be mail everytime he gets a payment, he'll comply its the law
  • shouldn't u be glad that he's not cashing your check well ask for a receipt after he has cashed it
  • hello! um... I am an international student who live in california. and i have faced a problem to pay a deposit to southern california edison. well, when i talked with the representator, she said i should pay it at a nearby payment location... and i have never done it before! she gave me one location that is pharmacy(how is this pharmacy related to me paying a deposit!!). well, the questions is now! what should i do? after i enter the pharmacy, where should i go to pay the deposit? and how do i pay there??? go to the cashier and say i came here for a payment?? please help T.T
  • That's normal. Walk into the store and ask where you pay you electric bill.
  • The pharmacy is simply a collection agent for the electric company. They record your payment so that the electric company knows that you have paid your bill and then they send the money on the the electric company.
  • Why, in the age we live in, does it now take 4 working days to do what is essentially a process that can be completed instantly via computer, at the end of the same working day? Cheques used to be bundled up by the cacky fingered old witches in the cash acess prevention unit - sorry, bank - and sent by horse and cart to london so that all the banks could cook the books to the same recipe. This is no longer the case, so why the hell does it take a day more now than it did then?
  • It is the same in the United States. In 1993, I wrote a check in California, and it cleared my bank in Iowa in two days. Now, Bank of America puts a hold on the check for 10 days. The truth, back then they had a thing called service.
  • I'm filing a claim with the labor board in California. Our paychecks were always given with insufficient funds. They were issued by Bank of the West, so we always had to cash it at Bank of the West where I didn't have a bank account. If I were to cash it at my own bank, they would hold it for 2-3 weeks, that is why we cashed it at Bank of the West. Would I be able to request all records of my cashed checks for a period of 8 months from them with as little information as my ID, name and social security number? I need the records to file a claim since I don't remember the dates all these checks were finally able to be cashed.
  • You may be able to request copies from the bank But you will need to pay the cost of recovery at the banks hourly rate. it will not be inexpensive. I enquired about recovering some old data from my (former) bank and was told it was billed at $165.
  • I have a predicament. I receive my monthly paycheck as close to the end of the month as possible. For example, today, I received my paycheck. However, my employer has post dated it until 11/01/09. Which, coincidentally, is a Sunday. Those that have direct deposit will be receiving their funds tonight at midnight. I had direct deposit, but I had to cancel it as my checking account was hacked in May 2009 and I closed the account. They stated I am ineligible to re-apply for direct deposit through them until 6 months has passed because I "abused direct deposit by closing my account before notifying them". Anyhow, what are my options for cashing my check? I have bills due on Nov. 1 but my bank (Wells Fargo) will not be open until Nov. 2, which means my bills will be late and I'll incur late charges. Any advice?
  • Bring it to the bank that it was drawn on and see if they will cash it. Chances are they won't notice the 11/1 date and will give you the cash.
  • Don't do it, you'll end up in legal trouble because it's a scam. My wife got one from from a company in California and believing it to be too good to be true, called the company. They informed her the check was a phoney. Wee turned it over to our local police department.
  • It's a SCAM. They want you to cash it and send them some of the money, but the check is no good, and your bank will come after you to give all the money back.
  • I worked for a security company 2 days for an Event. And that was more than a month ago. And i got paid a check that didn't have funds. I called and they said they had a delay with their deposit. I waited a week and still no funds. I called back and they said again that they were gonna make a deposit and to go the bank tomorro and i did. Still no funds. I called again today and they said to call again at 11am to speak to the person in charge. What can I do? **Note. A friend of mine cashed his at a liquor store not knowing this and now he's scared to go back because it was a NSF check.
  • In my state, California, the Labor Commissioner would administratively rule that you haven't been paid and you could get a judgment against the employer for four times the amount of the check. Your state may have something like that.
  • You go to the police and charge the person with "issuing a worth less instrument". In other words he knew there was not enough money in the bank to cover the check.
  • And it took you that long to get it? Wow, if you received it because your tuition and books were already paid for and finished all your classes without dropping out then yes. It doesn't matter where you spend it. It was for a semester that you or someone else already paid for.
  • If you received a Pell refund for the full academic year, but you only attended for one semester, you will owe half of your Pell grant to the government. Pell grants are to be used for educational expenses. It's not free money if you're not enrolled in school, so you need to contact the financial aid office at your school in Texas to make sure they know you are not returning for the spring semester, otherwise you will not be able to receive any other additional federal aid- pell grants or loans- if you spent the pell grant when you were not supposed to.
  • Shop around amongst local banks, in person. I was stunned by variation I found amongst the offeres that I received from banks competing head-to-head in my (Denver) market. In the end, the bank I went with, Wells Fargo,waived fees for a year, gave me $150 in incentive cash, and paid for my first order of checks & deposit tickets. They also had the best deal on ongoing charges/non-charges. However, I opened my account a year ago, and in a different market, so don't take my experience as a suggestion to run to Wells Fargo. You really do need to shop around locally. Promotions change all the time and when bank officers are running below their new account quota, they may be more inclined to "find" more incentives for you!
  • In Florida we used AM South. Free checking for life. No more junk fees every month and they throw in overdraft protection and a credit card if you want it. "If It's Free, It's For Me."
  • no remember how good a organization looks, i'd pay my debt off first and then communicate approximately beginning a organization. in case you have organization expenses plus others it makes it very annoying to artwork.
  • A person that hold your personal items and refuses to give them to you, do they have a right to charge you storage fees even if the police were out, on a call to try and obtain your property, My daughter was residing with a nutcase that decided to keep all social security checks from her to pay for rent and food and expensive when she was there, but she has not lived with this person for months now but she is still charging her rent and a 10% charge on her property that she refuses to give back. what can I do to help her I need some advise
  • Have your daughter go to small claims court and sue the person for return of her property. Your daughter also needs to make sure her social security checks are send to her correct address OR........... direct deposited into her checking account (which the other person cannot access). Also, have your daughter go the SSA and "file charges", also request replacement checks because the others were fraudulently cashed.
  • They can't charge storage unless there was agreement to pay a storage fee. Small claims is the way to get paid for the stuff, but the court can't order her to return the property. If she wants her stuff back, she will have to sue in a higher court which will most likely mean getting a lawyer.
  • My current complaint is the discrepency between the treatment Hollywood 'types' receive in comparison with the general population. The latest, in what seems to be a wave of reprehensible behavior, is Lindsey Lohan. She only received 1 day in jail from the California Justice Department for her latest episode involving drugs and dangerous driving. In researching her upcoming entertainment opportunities online, I am baffled by the number of chances she has; in fact all of the repeaters get too many. Nowhere else in professional life is this sort of behavior tolerated, never mind condoned through an infinite amount of second chances. Enough of my soap boxing, what do you think?
  • its never going to happen unless people wake up as long as "we" the people stand for it the government wont do anything about it. there is cash exchanged every day between hollywood and politicians. we treat them like royalty and let them get away with it. we are all responsible.
  • The maximum benefit for a household of 3 is $704. That is combined. The eligibilty requirements are much stricter if there are two parents though. Those households may not qualify. To check out all the programs you may qualify for, click this link.
  • Hey Brian, check on this link for the times of different locations in Sacramento. http://www.usbank.com/locations/locator-...Looks like the Capitol Ave branch closes at 5:00, but the Safeway service counter closes at 7:00 p.m.
  • This is my resume. As you can see I'm ******. I have NO experience. Experience California Check Cashing Stores, Oakland, CA April 2005 - December 2005 Admin Assistant Collection/cold calling, maintaining Collection Accounts + Bankruptcy filing- Assist collections lawyer, skip tracing, daily deposits of collection income. Sur La Table, Berkeley, CA October 2004 - December 2004 Cashier Temp-Holiday UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA June 2004 - August 2004 Animal Tech Cleaning animal cages, maintaining animal food, washing walls, data entry. Education Berkeley High School, Berkeley, CA High School - General Studies, June 2004 Berkeley City College, Berkeley, CA Other - General Studies
  • Visit the microsoft web site, downloads, templates. They have free downloadable resume templates in word format that you can use. I would list the experience you have and add a section about skills. What software are you familiar with? What kind of computer programs have you used?
  • You have some experience, which is great. You can also include skills such as proficiency with Microsoft Office or programming languages. Reference your GPA as well as your major GPA. Indicate your major and expected (or actual) date of graduation. Add an objective statement, polish up a header with name, address, phone, and email, and you're set!
  • Visit my site and read some of the examples. It will give you an idea of what your resume is missing.
  • I'm 6 months pregnant and the doctor wants to put me on disability starting next week. However, my job does not pay into disability and the only thing I will be getting from my employer is half my regular pay. I cannot make it financially on half pay. I live in California, and I've checked into cash aid bt my husband and I "make too much money" even after I go on disability. I have too many bills and cannot make it on half pay. We do not even qualify for food stamps. I also help support my mother. I don't know what to do. I'm stressing out. I will need financial assistance to help me pay my bills. Do any of you have suggestions of what I can do? Where I can get assistance? Our combined income after I go on disability would be about $2,300 - $2,600 per month.
  • Yes, unfortunatly there's nothing else you can apply for to get cash. You simply just make to much. The government is here to help you not pay it for you. You can either cut expenses if you can make it then. You could also check into government housing but that's generally takes 2 yrs before you get it. Either get a paying roomate or move into something cheaper. You can apply for cheap phone service thru the state & the church will usually help people pay there water and/or electric bill. You can get food from the church and food pantries. You will qualify for WIC since your pregnant. It's hard I know sorry & Good Luck!
  • Sorry but there is nothing available. You need to cut expenses and stop supporting mom. Sign her up for programs since there are more available.
  • you did not state your nation or state. You did not state if you had a RE BUYER"S agent reping you. -- what is a PMZ? why is the bank holding a check; usually they cash them fast. get an agent to REP YOU tomorrow!
  • If you have the money in the checking account , wire the money. You will own the house Tuesday morning. No one will accept a check in a realty sale..
  • You'll need your parent to cosign.
  • Call around to local banks and credit unions and find out what products are available to you. You may also just check them out on line. You will find two or three that may work out for you and then call or just go into the bank. Some banks are all about fees and will charge you a monthly fee if your balance is below a certain amount and some will charge for withdrawals and even deposits. However, many banks have free checking accounts that don't pay interest but neither do they charge you fees.
  • Wells Fargo..has free checking. You shoulde be able to cash your checks due to your age. But, to be on the safe side ask the representative that opens your account.
  • If it's just a plain check, take it to your bank, and ask them if it's legitimate and can be deposited. If you "randomly" got this check, and they're asking you for money before you can cash it, it's a scam.
  • doesnt sound like it. i think i heard about a scam going around about "random drawings" but thats just what i heard. you could go to the bank and ask them.
  • go to the BBB and see what they say just dont deposit it then take money out to send the person who sent you this check. cause if thats what they want you to do it is a scam
  • No, there's no law that lets you renege on a signed contract. They assume the adults involved (as you have to be an adult before you can sign a contract) are wise enough to think about what they're doing *before* they do it. They can try talking to the lender, but don't hold your breath. They fulfilled their end of the bargain. Even if he doesn't cash the check he'll still owe all the fees, and the original $2000 back.
  • the rate is 147? if the contract is legal you are stuck. the law you are talking about deals more with door to door salesman then anything 3 day right to cancel contract. It has other applications but you would need to research it pay an attorney. 50 states 50 different laws
  • cant u just return the 2k back to them the same day or something?
  • I renewed my license by mail a couple weeks ago and last Tuesday the check cleared, so I know it got processed. My current license expires today, so I think I can at least drive for the rest of the day, but what about after? Can I still drive with an expired license until the new one comes in the mail? Since I renewed by mail, I don't have any confirmation other than the fact that the check has been cashed. Also, how long can I expect to wait for my new license?
  • Edit: Sorry, I forgot to mention I live in California. I don't have any proof other than the fact that my check was cashed. And I'm fairly certain that only the DMV could cash it and they wouldn't be able to unless they also processed my license. I do not have any receipt or proof other than my bank account transactions.
  • Do you have proof of any of what you claim? Copy of renewal application Copy of cheque number Proof the licence issuing office received your application . Did you sent the documents by a traceable delivery service? Proof of cashing cheque by the LICENCE ISSUING OFFICE? Can you prove it was they who cashed the cheque? The only people who can confirm whether your licence is valid is the licensing issuing office. Call them and ask.
  • If you printed a copy of the renewal paperwork it will cover you until you get your new hard copy license.
  • If you have a receipt, you may. Contact your local DMV for the official answer. It takes less time to find out than reading all these answers, even if you have to wait on hold for a few minutes.
  • You can probably drive but how would anyone but the DMV in your unnamed location know for certain what the rules are? Why are you asking us and not the issuer of your drivers license?
  • Hard for anyone to answer as we do not see where you live and so the laws pertaining to your situation
  • yes you can
  • If you are 18 years old and living in California, you don't need to take the permit test. You can go straight to taking the driving test. The vehicle you use for your driving test must be safe to drive. Before the test, the examiner checks for: two license plates. The rear plate must show current registration. both front and back turn signal lights and working brake lights. a working horn designed for the vehicle. tires with no bald spots. adequate brake pressure (you will be asked to step on the brake pedal to see if it works properly). a driver’s side window that rolls down. a windshield that allows a full unobstructed field of vision. two rear view mirrors (one must be on the outside, to the driver’s left). driver and front passenger doors that open from both the inside and outside. a secured glove compartment door so it doesn't open during the test. a passenger seat permanently attached to the vehicle. working safety belts, if the vehicle was manufactured with safety belts. working emergency/parking brake. You must show that your vehicle is properly insured before the driving test begins (or the test will be postponed) by providing one of the following: A document with the liability insurance policy or surety bond number. An Assigned Risk insurance card with the name of the assigned insurance company, file number, and current coverage dates. Current insurance binder or copy of an insurance policy signed or countersigned by an insurance company representative. Rental car contract if the driver is listed on the contract as the insured. DMV-issued certificate of self-insurance or acknowledgment of cash deposit. Written confirmation from the insurer that the person is insured.
  • No there is truly no way that you'll take the let try on-line . you should actual take the try in man or woman on the DMV . because the poster above said you could in reality take pattern/prepare checks on-line .
  • ~~In my state (California) it is illegal. You would have to check state labor laws, but as far as I know most employers can never make an employee pay, unless there is a police report and it is proven the employee stole the money. Contact your state's labor board, they will tell you if it is illegal. If it is, you can file a report and get your money back.~~
  • Applied for checking account, but was declined because of chexsystems but they will allow me to open a Chase Access checking account which is their second chance checking I guess. I think I want to open the account, which you have to go to the branch in person to do, but I just want to know a general idea of the terms, such as monthly fees, min. balances (if any), etc...I live in California if that matters.
  • It's the same thing as the regular checking. But be careful. Online complaints are that if you mess up - they will simply close your account. Keep a check register. If you have excell or a spreadsheet program googl: excell check register down load it and use it. And throw away the debit card - that spells trouble for people with low balances. Use cash only. /
  • Chase Checking Requirements
  • Chase Access Checking
  • They'll have a brochure with the entire terms and conditions at the branch. You can of course read them before you open the account.
  • Go to the bank and ask.......that way you will get the correct answer.......or try their web site....that may be the way to go......
  • You can certainly make the deposit at the atm machine. Be prepared to wait until it clears before the funds are available. I would imagine that will take a week or so.
  • you need her routing number (located as fiest nuber on bottm of check on left) and her account number. Explain to a teller( at your bank) what you want to do ( deposit the money in friends account). and you should be all set. Good luck. And friends like you are hard to find. Kudos to you!!!
  • I need my account number
  • If you have the routing number (the number after checking account number listed on her checks) then they can forward the cash. I believe it requires a full name, account number, and routing number.
  • You have to deposit it in the same bank she uses that is where her account is with.
  • How can I explain to my brother that it's to both are benefits that we sell dads house that has a reverse mortgage .Just because dads living trust says he could live in the house for 3 years But now with a reverse mortgage.As trustee his duty is to only do what benefits the heirs not himself .Not informing lenders of death and still cashing there checks is fraud .He is using our own money just to live there. We need to sell as fast as we can before it forcloses to salvage anything left.Somebody explain it to him
  • I am not clear what is going on. Is your father deceased? Where is the estate atty in this squabble? You both need to go to a trust and will attorney and have him advise you, it will be worth the200 bucks or so he will charge to look at the dollars and documents and advise you what you should do. If somebody is cashing checks made out to a deceased person without court authority, somebody could end up in prison
  • No you probably cannot use JUST a driving permit. You can try showing them your school id in conjunction with your driving permit. If this still doesn't work, I find legal documents like birth certificates will suffice most of the time.
  • your school id will work
  • they'll proably need a photo ID, id try to find something with ur name and face on it
  • Whenever i cash a check i use my drivers license.
  • Salvage title. Try the DMV.
  • P.J. is actual in his answer and you do understand which you're in charge for the motor vehicle being smogged. in case you detect a client that would take the motor vehicle without a smog, try to be sued for the cost of smog fix and the sale ought to be voided. The state regulation is extremely clean in this element. bypass to a CA DMV website to be beneficial this element. it could be extra effective to have the motor vehicle smogged and pay for maintenance up front fairly than have the come lower back with a lawsuit linked. Sorry.
  • Deposit the check! Or call the bank its written on to see if it will clear. They would not have issued it without sufficient funds or they can be sued. In my state they are regulated by the Dept. of Finance. Probably went out of business due to slow mortgage business- they still must pay any debt they owe unless they file for bankruptcy. You don't say how long you have had this check. Hopefully it's recent. Good luck! 6 months old! Did you lose it or something?? Probably not much you can do since it is surely stale dated by now. I would still call the bank though.
  • it depends who the title company was owned by. The former title company is worked for was actually owned by a bank, thus I would direct the question to the bank directly. I would also see if you can find the hud from that transaction as this should give you either the attorney who might have been involved, the bank that was involved and the title underwriter. What's the name of the title company, I might be able to let you know
  • YOU did not state that the bank would not clear the check; sometimes, financial institutions have money set aside for such clearances. ------- the banking commissioner should be able to help you. YOU did not state the amount of the refund. IF a small amount, it might be better with the time investment, to write it off your taxes.........thus, paying less next year..... --- Some times, a title firm has insurance that will pay for such things; their insurance is paid in advance and can cover such checks. ask the banking commissioner. get back to me for any more help sorry about your loss/inconvenience.
  • it's an optional field, and since I assume you don't own any cash registers you want notification signs for, leave it blank or put a line through it or write "0"
  • Giday, (yah, I actually say that) about one to three working days in Australia. Nice to see a comparison in the end for you. Maybe you should come down under if it takes too long, oy.
  • Bell CA is an intriguingly special case. It seems the city officials -- mayor, council, a few others --held a closed meeting and decided to give themselves gigantic pays. For example, the mayor got 700-some thousand a year, and the others were on a par with him. No one ever had to know, since the town treasurer was in on the deal. He could write their gigantic checks, which were never seen by anyone else -- well, maybe the bank, but the recipients could drive to a larger city to cash them. Now that the bizarre situation has come to light, the officials are all backing off from their positions, and swear they are giving themselves a big pay cut. The question is, will anyone believe them?
  • I would think it's signed buy the city treasurer.. Most people get direct deposit I know I do I have not had a pay live check in 10 years
  • Hi, I have several questions reguarding the policy on checking accounts for minors. I'm 15, and I'm employed. I want to open a checking account. I've been online and read some conflicting information on minor checking accounts. The bank my mom talked to (Premier West) said no, but is that a Bank policy or that of my California state? Federal? Is there a loophole where my parents could co-sign, or agree to take responsibility in case of a mistake? Thanks for helping me, if you could refer me to somewhere I could find out this information for sure, or if you could list your sources when you answer, anything...it would be helpful. =)
  • As far as banks are concerned you can not form a legal contract until you are 18 an adult so banks will not open checking or savings accounts unless there is another parent on the account as o co owner until the minor turns 18 and sometimes it is even better to leave the parent on the account after that period like when the person is going to school my daughter is going to school in Calf. and its nice that I am still a person on her account to help her pay her bills and cash checks if she needs me too but yes most banks will not let anyone open an account until they are 18. I work at First Interstate bank.
  • do you have any credit unions where you are? i know many credit unions allow joint accounts where a minor child can have checking / debit accounts and the parent/guardian name is on the account. Many are called starting line, beginning accounts, etc. There will be someone that wants your business - just keep looking around and banks aren't always the best choice! Make some calls. Your parent's work have credit unions?
  • um you don't have an id? And I live in Santa Monica and got the duplicate in 3 weeks!
  • They have been pretty helpful, and here in California they have more ATMs than anybody else. However, as I travel a lot and need good ATM coverage outside of California, I went with Washington Mutual. Wells Fargo would have a larger product base, like if you need foreign checks cashed or travelers checks sold, which are some of the things smaller banks won't do for you.
  • Unfortunately, Wells Fargo Bank is not Wells Fargo Bank. They were purchased a few years ago by a Bank called Norwest(?) out of the midwest. Norwest decided to keep the Wells Fargo name because it was so well known. I believe since that time they have nothing but to rundown the reputation and name of Wells Fargo Bank. They believe that "money" is the root of all "success." Scrooge could take real lessons from them. There is no customer service: the customer is wrong not matter what. Unfortunaely, many of their employees have become embittered and pass those feelings onto the customers. Whoever said bigger is better, has not met Wells Fargo/Norwest Bank.
  • Not very friendly or helpful in my opinion. That is what you get with a big business! My local bank is much more friendly. They have more features and such but I will not tolerate someone being rude to me while I am giving them my business. I'll pay the 5.95/month for the stupid account!
  • Very cut throat business. Nothing is personal. And you mess up there is somebody waiting to take your place, but while your there no one talks about it. Its kinda of like fight club.
  • Pretty good outfit. Not anywhere as good as the likes of USAA, but then who is................. They're better than alot of banks, though.
  • I have had a GOOD business relationship with them and I still do business with them.
  • i hate wellsfargo......they've ****ed me so many times....its not even funny.
  • Yes, it's about two weeks regardless of the state.
  • Snail mail probably 7 to ten working days but you can go on the web site and print a Temporary.
  • I oped an account with bank of america last fall and ever since i've been having problems with them.I've been having problems with them for every little thing i do i get charge. i would deposit my check on a Monday Morning and it wouldn't be able until two weeks and i would only have access to a $100 and i would check & it would say i had more able i would use the more than a 100 and i would get charge for what i spent even if i had funds + $35 fee. it reticules and un fair. i want to cancel my account and open a new checking account in an another bank.
  • Until you are more familiar with the "way of banks" stick with a check cashing place. What you describe is something that will happen at every bank. You need to make sure first that a check has cleared your account before you spend that money.
  • they tell you 3-6 weeks, so figure 4-5 weeks. you'll have them before experation date
  • There might be an answer on their website - www.dmv.ca.gov
  • A lot of it depends on what you are trying to do. Do you have a trade or are you buying straight out, no trade, are you paying cash or do you want them to get bank financing for you? The car should be pretty much ready to go unless you ask for some extra things to be checked out or done to the car. If you're paying cash you'll only need to sign a couple of forms for the dealer and then what ever is required by the state. If you're financing You'll have to wait for the banks approval and sign the same form as cash plus the banks contract and agreement.
  • I recently went to the Dmv for a new ID because i had lost mine, they scanned my finger and i was just wondering do they do that to know if i am really me and match it up with my last thumb print? Or is it just to have an updated print in the system? And also what do they do this for, i thought you dont get printed unless you've commited a crime or something, kinda concerns me what the gov't does now days..
  • California at least has always used a fingerprint as identification since before photos.Scanner digitizes your print into system and the print is used to confirm you are you before I.D. or drivers license can be issued.The same process is used now for check cashing and most other governmental business when a positive I.D. is needed.They only scan one digit.Had you been arrested,all digits would have been scanned.
  • What the gummint does had better concern you, there is no legitimate reason for them to take prints for a drivers license; this it's for your own good crap is bullshit. It probably won't be long until they push for a DNA sequence or retina scan in order to obtain one.
  • Want to find out more about this as well
  • My husband is giving his tenant a 3day notice after the checked bounced back in Dec 2008. He didn't realized it until he just now found the cancelled check in our mail pile. Does he have to give the tenant 30days notice to submit a 3day notice even though it's been 2months? (State of California, Los Angeles, Rent controlled area) Note: Her checked bounced for this month (February) as well but she just paid us in cash (22 days later)
  • 30 days...it's your responsibility for checking to make sure the check cleared.
  • Most hotels like to have someone 21 years or older. Also, since it's not your card, the hotel could get suspicious that you're trying to use a stolen credit card. I would call the hotel before you book the room to verify you can use his card and can have a room all by yourself.
  • When you arrive, they will want to see the credit card. Your father should call the hotel, explain the situation, and see if they will be agreeable to letting you stay there by yourself.
  • That's up to the hotel.
  • Check your local laws. In California, what he did was illegal.
  • Check with your state's hours and wages commission. I believe it is illegal for him to do it.
  • You can be fired if he thinks you stole, but your pay cannot be docked for making a mistake.
  • okay so a little info about me. im 17 1/2 years old. i have a permit. which i left at home but i dont have my license yet. my parents were gone out gambling with one of my other friends parents, so i thought i would take out the car and go to the beach. so i picked up three of my guy friends, and other friend sammie sat in the passenger seat. we went to the beach, played for a bit, and as i was driving back, i got pulled over by a cop. He asked for my license and insurance. I gave him the car insurance papers and i told him i didn't have my license. he asked the guys if they had their license, so brian and lam gave theirs to him. he asked me to get out of the car, so i did. he said i could of gotten arrested or the car could get impounded for up to a month, but he told me he would let it go this time, and told brian to drive us home. I got a ticket for driving w/out a license and another one for making an illegal right turn. my court date is in may. what exactly will happen? i heard if the cop doesn't show up, then your excused. this happened to brian's mom. is this true? i know i have to pay a fine and stuff... will i have to do community service? will i be put on probation? what exactly is probation? how much do u think the fine be? and when can i not get my license til? some people said i have to wait until im 21, and other ppl said i have to wait until im 18, which is this october. i dont think i can wait til im 21, because im going off to college this coming fall and i can't get rides for the next four years of my life... and will my permit be revoked? and when i go to court, do i have to bring cash or check? and do we even pay the fine there? do i bring both of my parents or just one or can i go alone. plz help. ive never been in trouble my whole life! AND YES I KNOW I MADE A STUPID *** MISTAKE SO PLZ DONT RUB IT IN
  • Driving without a license? Your permit will be revoked, no chance of keeping it. Your driving privileges will be suspended for at least one year. Bring a parent to court, at least one will be required since you are a minor! The court will not care that you "can't wait until you are 21" they will suspend your driving privileges according to the law, not "what you can stand"! Cash, check or major credit card, most courts will accept all three, how much will the fine be? Only the court knows for sure! There might be additional charges to the fine (surcharges, cost of the court, etc) be ready for them! Your insurance rates can increase, sometimes dramatically, for a violation like this, but it won't last forever! Maybe the next 3 to 5 years at most! Yep, you sure did make a stupid mistake! It might cost you in time, expense, and a general pain in the butt for the next 5 years!
  • depends on what state you are in.. however, if this is your first offense and you do as asked, and since you cooperated with the police, then GENERALLY they let you off a little easier. Make sure you are agreeable to the judge and dress nicely- not in jeans and a t shirt and that also should help.. appearances can be everything. Good Luck!
  • You'll probably have to wait until you are 21 to get a license now.
  • usually as punishment they will send you to an indian reservation to live amunse the indians. and live in poverty.. but thats the minimum, lets just hope the judge don't bend you over.
  • IF UR LUCKY U MIGHT GET A WARNING BUT DEPENDS WHOS THE JUDGE U CAN PAY A FINE AND GET THE CAR POUNDED AND THEY WILL CALL UR PARENTS ..
  • Metro station, bus stations, money gram, or some check cashing places
  • I've bought one on the bus I'm pretty sure you can buy one when you get on or just go to a vistor's center they have them there.
  • If you live in Ceres go to the nearest flower shop there (if you are unsure of the location of one just check your yellow pages. I will guaranteee that they will be happy to accept your cash and arrange to ship what ever you want to Long Beach. What they wiil actually do is to call a flower shop close to where your fiance lives and have them do the actually delivery The hardest part will be deciding on what flower arrangement you want to ship. (The reverse holds true for shipping flowers from Long Beach to Ceres).
  • As far as the income amount yes but how old is she? If she is under 50 years old she will need to work 80 hours per month to get food stamps for longer than 3 months. After that 1st 3 months she will need to work and make at least minimum wage x 80 hours. The maximum income for 1 person is $1107 gross (good till 9/30/08). There are so many other rules that nobody can tell you for sure if she is eligible. She just needs to go in and try.
  • if she's making $500 a month that's $,6000 a year...if a person make less than $14,000 a year, he/she is eligible for food stamp. Tell her to go to local food stamp brunch and apply for it she really needed. Good luck
  • Yes you can make some cash on that. I would check on ebay and that might give you an idea of how much it is worth.
  • okay so a little info about me. im 17 1/2 years old. i have a permit. which i left at home but i dont have my license yet. my parents were gone out gambling with one of my other friends parents, so i thought i would take out the car and go to the beach. so i picked up three of my guy friends, and other friend sammie sat in the passenger seat. we went to the beach, played for a bit, and as i was driving back, i got pulled over by a cop. He asked for my license and insurance. I gave him the car insurance papers and i told him i didn't have my license. he asked the guys if they had their license, so brian and lam gave theirs to him. he asked me to get out of the car, so i did. he said i could of gotten arrested or the car could get impounded for up to a month, but he told me he would let it go this time, and told brian to drive us home. I got a ticket for driving w/out a license and another one for making an illegal right turn. my court date is in may. what exactly will happen? i heard if the cop doesn't show up, then your excused. this happened to brian's mom. is this true? i know i have to pay a fine and stuff... will i have to do community service? will i be put on probation? what exactly is probation? how much do u think the fine be? and when can i not get my license til? some people said i have to wait until im 21, and other ppl said i have to wait until im 18, which is this october. i dont think i can wait til im 21, because im going off to college this coming fall and i can't get rides for the next four years of my life... and will my permit be revoked? and when i go to court, do i have to bring cash or check? and do we even pay the fine there? do i bring both of my parents or just one or can i go alone. plz help. ive never been in trouble my whole life! AND YES I KNOW I MADE A STUPID *** MISTAKE SO PLZ DONT RUB IT IN.
  • First off, it would help if we knew what state this happened in. You got a ticket for not having a license, but did you tell the police officer you had been issued your permit just forgot it at home? That should be less of a fine than simply not trying to have a license but driving. The illegal right turn shouldn't be that bad of a fine either. But again we don't know what state, so we really can't guess on this for you. If Brian's mom says she got out of a ticket because the officer didn't show, then that's apparently what happens in your area. In my area (Ohio), the cops do show for court and get extra hours (so pay) for it so they don't miss court. Make sure you have your valid permit with you when you go to court. Since we don't know what court, I can't comment about cash or check, etc. I doubt you'll get any probation nor prohibited from getting a license until 21 - but possibly not until 18. Good luck.
  • The traffic ticket you will have to got to court.If there was a licensed driver over 18 you would have been legal but they would get a ticket and jacked up insurance rate too. Show up to court with your permit. You have a month to pay or arrange to make payments if found guilty.
  • DON'T EVER FORGET YOUR LICENCE next time.. and PRACTICE SAFE DRIVING. well thell just tell you to do community service for 48 hours or so.. that happend to me..
  • USPS First Class mail from one coast to the next usually takes about 3-5 business days. So, if you sent it on a friday, it might not get there until Wednesday. USPS Priority will ship in 2-3 business days. Then you will have to wait for the eBay person to cash your check and send your item. This may take 2 business days before they send it again. And if they send your item via USPS parcel post it can take up to 10 business days to arrive. Next time I suggest paying by PayPal
  • If it's just a regular letter, send with normal mailing in the US postal service, it's about 4 days from coast to coast. If they will ship in 3 days, that means your letter will arrive in about 7 mailing days...that's a week plus a day (because you skip Sunday.)
  • probely 2-4 weeks or 2-4 buisness i sent a letter to and they sent it abiut 2 - 4 weeks
  • try calling the post office. or whatever company theyre sending you your item through. like ups, fedex etc.
  • http://gentlegiantsrescue.com/They are in California and have a bunch of danes for adoption. They have also formulated a food for them that helps them to live longer - they have some that have lived to be 12+. Check it out!
  • Great Danes do like to use their bodies to get their way. Early training can help with this. Considering their size you need to have control over them at all times. Even while playing, just like a Lab can step on a Chihuahua Danes can accidently hurt any dog. They have about 50 lbs on most. I have a 4 month old Dane mix and hes already a horse. He thinks hes a Yorkie though.
  • If you're not looking to spend a lot of cash, the a Great Dane is not for you. The bigger the dog, the bigger the expense in EVERYTHING - food, vet bills, you name it. You can try a Dane rescue in your area, but remember - the initial cost of the dog is the least amount of money you will spend on your dog. Remember to factor in training, vaccinations, vet bills, micro-chipping, toys, leashes, food (costly for a dog that big), any boarding, grooming, etc. If you go the breeder route, you will get what you pay for. A good breeder will charge you at least $1000 (if not more), but you will be assured of a healthy, well-bred dog and not some BYB pup who will only cost you in vet bills and heartache later in life.
  • Understand that you will get what you pay for. Even a pet should be a healthy, well-bred pet...especially in a breed prone to joint problems and bloat. Start looking via the Great Dane Club of America: http://www.gdca.org/california.htm
  • Start here: http://www.gdcc.org/If you are not looking to spend alot of money, work with a rescue group to find a pet. Otherwise, be willing to spend the money for a well bred dog. Remember that this is something that will be in your care for the next 10-12 years, so this isn't really the time to pinch pennies.
  • Either you local large town's classified section of the newspaper or their online classified ads.
  • www.petfinder.com Try to adopt from a shelter if possible. About 50% of animals in shelters are not mutts!
  • craigslist.org or the newspaper
  • www.puppyfinders.com
  • idk sorry i dont live in CA
  • California is pretty strict about smog tests. Part of the test is a visual check to see that everything is in place that's supposed to be on it. If the tech is sloppy and doesn't notice no cats, and the car happens to run clean enough to pass, you're a lucky guy indeed. Find a really cheap Pass-or-don't pay shop and put on your "pokerface". They might eyeball it and send you away without taking your money because the car is an automatic failure.
  • the guy that runs the test has to be certified in engine repair, engine performance, and advanced engine controls, so no not any one can do it. he has to look at the truck, that is part of the visual inspection making sure that everything is there that should be like the smog pump and cat.
  • Calaveras county.....where is that?.
  • So I live in california and my employer is holding back everyone's check until next week. This is very inconvenient. Is there anything I can do to get my paycheck? Or are there any penalties or fees that my employer owns me? This isn't the first time our checks have been held back, but this is definitely the longest it's going to be held back. It's usually only a day or two until we can cash them. Any advice will be appreciated. Thank you
  • Thevlaw says you must be paid at least once per month. Otherwise the law isn't really involved. One word of advice is to RUN from any job that misses payroll. Eventually, it will happen one last time, and you'll miss out on money owed to you. One the company goes broke, collecting is often impossible.
  • You shouldn't complain about a day or two. If it is a small business owner, perhaps the funds just aren't there on payday and won't be there until a day or two after. If it is a problem for you, look for work elsewhere. Don't be hard on your employer. I bet he feels bad about it too. Be glad that he is holding it back instead of giving it to you and bouncing it. If it is a huge corporation, then you should figure they are in the red.
  • Not a good sign. Sounds like your employer isn't going to make it since he can't make payroll. Don't be surprised if he closes up shop soon. If I were you I'd start looking for another job. Don't really see what you can do about it (except get another job) - he obviously doesn't have payroll or you'd be paid when scheduled. Can't get blood out of a turnip so-to-speak.
  • Time to look for another job. Your employer is circling the drain.
  • Ok im a renter in California and my manager does nothing he hardly answers the phone I have written letters and left voicemail that go unnoticed. now my tub had been clogged for weeks and he doesn't care but he cashing my check every month this is my first place so I'm not familiar is this my responsibility? If I pay plumber can I take it out the rent? I would call the owner but everything has been through the manager I have no idea who owns the place is there anyway I can find out? Plus I'm not trying to cause problems I like the place and I don't have the funds to move. Please help!
  • California does have a repair and deduct policy, but there are steps that need to be followed... From the government's website: http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landl...
  • Also' it the clog is determined to be your fault, you will be responsible for the plumbers bill.
  • It would be difficult if the bank doesn't have a branch in Cape Town. Have you considered sending them the money via www.ikobo.com ?
  • Why deliver a verify once you could pass money out of your economic company to their economic company . For this you prefer your households economic company acct, economic company handle, clearing code, speedy code. your loved ones gets the money between a million-3 days .you may desire to pay a $40 5 fee. in case you haven't any longer have been given a economic company you need to use money-gram for a much less fee( $14) you in basic terms choose a drivers licence for this. in case you utilize money gram they gets the money by skill of the following day or same day.
  • wire the money through moneygram or western union, they do all of the conversions for you.
  • check on the california state website. most states you don't have to file if you have no tax, you'll just be forgoing what was probably a pittance of withholding. btw, tax is on a cash basis, so when you quite in december 2004, they probably sent you check dated in 2005, which is why you had income
  • first check the weather and pack accordingly, bring at least 2 nice outfit for going out at night/dinner. also bring credit card, cash(small bills) camera and a list of places you know you def want to visit/see.
  • Check out the weather forecast the day before; it should give a 5-day forecast. Bring something kind of dressy to wear, just in case you decide to go to a nice restaurant. Camera; credit card; cash, making sure to have small bills and change for tipping (cabs, waitresses/waiters, etc.) If you plan on buying souveniors, make sure you leave room in your luggage for your trip back home. Someone told me that those rubber soled beach/swim shoes are nice to have when at the beach (hot sand and so you don't step on anything). If you don't have pockets, bring a fanny pack, or something like that. Have a great trip.
  • For 5 days... lots of clothes, bathing suit, camera, money, credit card. Don't bring food or anything you can just buy when you get there.
  • clothes might be an idea.. ^.^
  • It's a good check !!! You are lucky you got one !! I've rented with them for almost 10 years and didn't get a thing !!! Is there any info on the check or is there a letter attached that maybe you can pass on to me so I can contact someone to find out if I have one coming to me ?
  • Don't do it.. you are about to get scammed. are they paying you with counterfeit check? To Avoid scams here is what i tell people... All spam emails/unsolicited phone calls/letters and faxes are scams. As a general rule - ANYTHING involving Western Union/money gram = Scam. my Advice: Don't deal with anyone out of state or from a foreign country or Accept or cash checks from strangers and never use wire/bank transfer services.. you risk losing your $$ and your mind. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! NEVER(ever) give out your personal information to strangers online or offline! Always be on guard. S-CHEMING C-RAFTY A-GGRESSIVE M-ALICIOUS
  • Hey guys - I think you are over reacting - I understand there are scammers here and there - not just from Nigeria. The questioner only asked for how much it costs to ship laptop to Nigeria not asking whether it is a scam or not. The people who are scammed are most likely greedy people - people who are looking for cheap money making. If you are not greedy and not looking for the money you did not work for - you may not fall into the hands of scammers. I remember telling a group of people that i needed prayer to be able to help a friend who was stranded in Brazil to get to Canada. I received lots of messages warning me about scammers - Hey - I understand that - but this is someone i spoke and prayed with and I knew exactly what the person was going through - but because of people's experiences, everyone is scared at the sound of such...... The Wisdom is - DO NOT LOOK FOR CHEAP THINGS OR CHEAP WAY OF MAKING MONEY - BE WISE AND BE CAUTIOUS, AND BE CAREFUL OF THE INTERNET RELATIONSHIPS - you never know who is at the other side!!! Back to the question, it may cost between $120 to $200 depending on the weight of the computer and the carrier (DHL, UPS, FEDEX, Prioty Mail) Good to note however that the person may have to pay custom duty which may not be less that N10,000.00. ($70) The best bet is to find someone who may be traveling to Nigeria and who may be willing to help you to get it there - preferably a family member who may be going to the same area of the receiver.
  • As I was reading Yahoo questions I saw that trigger word "Nigeria". Do not ship anything to that country. Did you get paid by check? You better wait a few weeks before you do anything. Talk to your bank and make sure that the check is good and not a fake. Nigeria is known as the SCAM country of the world.
  • The application fee is $26. When you go to the local DMV on your appointment day, be prepared to do the following: Fill out an application form (DL 44C). Have your thumbprint taken. Have your picture taken. Provide your Social Security number. Show proof of your birth date and legal presence. Pay your fee with check, cash, or debit card (at some DMVs). No credit cards.
  • Okay so here is my problem. I found three gift cards at a parking lot. (No cameras) . Two are from khols. (100 & 50)and the third one is from forever 21 (100) . So in total 250$ . In my attempt to find their owner I called the stores and ask if they had any names and no one could help me. All they told me was to check online and I did and there is nothing there! . So now i dont know what to do. I dont want to expend the money because what if they are reported stolen . I have a clean record and i just cant risk it . Should i take it to the police? Will they keep it? Give it back? Please help!! Btw if its to any good im from california
  • In California, they are considered the same as cash. If you turn them in and no one claims them within a certain time period, they're yours. I am uncertain how long that may be, as it varies from state to state, so when you take them into the police station community satellite center - or equivalent for your city in California - there will be some paperwork for you to fill out telling you when you may return to pick them up. Most people would just assume they are lost, so when the 30 or 90 or however many days is up, you'll most likely get to go shopping with a clear conscience!
  • Its alright. It is best if you give it to police. Tell them what happened. Well what happens in Australia is that if you give in money that you don't own but you found it. The Police will make an appeal to anyone who lost the money or stuff. After 3 weeks or something and noone has claimed it, the police will give you the money or stuff back, and declared yours, since noone claimed it. I think you have a similar system thing in the us.
  • In 2006, I stopped driving because I become afraid to drive. My car registration was due for January 2007. I promptly paid the full amount. I chose to not pay for the fee for leaving it inoperable, because I wanted to get myself to drive again. The DMV sent me a request to see my car insurance. Because I am not driving, and I have my car parked on private property, I didn't have insurance. Two years have passed, and no other letters have come from the DMV. I want to get driving again, but am wondering how much I may have to pay the DMV?
  • That's kind of tricky. Did the DMV ever cash your check for 2007 registration? And did they send you payment due for 2008 and maybe 2009? Did you notify them you were not driving the car? My suggestion would be to contact the DMV directly because if they never sent you a registration renewal for 2008 (and 09), they may have your registration on hold. Proof of insurance is required by state law for vehicle registration. It looks to me if you have no insurance, the only option is PNO (planned non-operational). You can't register the car with out insurance. If you are not current with registration, complete or PNO, you may be subject to late fees/fines.
  • Hello haha, i'm Victoria, thanks for checking this out. So, i'm 17, & a friend & I are headed to California in August. We have a place to crash, & transportation. Round Trip flights are $350, soo, how much money will I need per day? (7 days [: ) We are chillin in RidgeCrest, a tiny town outside of LA, & we'll prob go to LA twice? How much cash should I bring? Thank youuuuu.
  • "A tiny town outside L.A." I'd say so, about 150 miles outside L.A. There's a lot of military people around Ridgecrest due to being adjacent the China Lake Naval Station. If lodging is already covered plan on at least $100 a day. If you plan on going to any of the amusement parks (Disney, Six Flags, Universal, etc.) the admission can be more than you think. Bring light clothing. Ridgecrest can be over 100 degrees much of the Summer.
  • Your biggest expenses are going to be food and gas for getting around. Plan on filling your tank each time you head into town, which could be anywhere from $40-50 each time, and about $20-30 a day for food (which can indeed be done on a tighter budget, but you really don't want to live on Taco Bell and Mickey D's the whole time you're here, do you?) Plan on around $300-400 just so you don't run short. It'd suck to have to pass on the really cute pair of shoes or something else that you want to take home with you because you didn't bring enough $$. :D Have fun and pack light, because it's hotter than hell out there right now and it's only getting hotter next month.
  • Yup about 155-180 miles depending on the highway you take. 2 1/2-4 hours of driving one way. based on where you are id say not much since its desert. if you want to do some shopping or go to a park (6 flags, and universal are probably closest) id say bring several hundred dollars. there are outlet malls in barstow which isnt too far and the traffic is light if you go during the week. be careful with that vegas traffic on the I-15 on the weekends. also there are outlet malls in san fernando valley.
  • Hi, i'm 16 and live in California. It kind of depends on what your planning to do here, but since its LA you might want to bring some spending money for w/e and also, tax here is a lot higher then other states.
  • Vicky, trust me, bring all of it.....
  • I am subleasing in California and am not on the lease. I was told that if the landlord cashes my rent check I get some of the benefits of the lease agreement. Has anyone any info on this question or suggestions? I could request a change of name on the lease, but fear that the terms will be revised incl. a hike in rent.
  • Your landlord is the main tenant, not the owner. You have the rights afforded to you per CA Landlord Tenant law for a month to month tenancy. You could request a change of name on the lease, but the landlord (owner) can require you to fill out an application & be approved. The main tenant and the landlord would have to agree to the change in writing. You are correct, you want a change made to the lease, you open yourself up to the landlord changing other terms at that time.
  • What happened in my case when I subleased is that i had the person added to the lease as living in the property for the duration of the lease. This meant that the person can pay the leasing office directly but since I signed the original lease I would be responsible to make sure rent gets paid on time. So request to be added to the lease so that the landlord recognizes you as a tenant also. He will not hike the rent and will not come after you should the rent not be paid. Its also a form of protection for you should you need to proof residency there or if you ever need to be let into the apartment should you lock yourself out or for whatever reason.
  • You're subletting. . . .so you've stepped into the shoes of the original lessee. READ the lease, and see what it says about ability to sublease. Get a copy from lessee if you didn't before--should have insisted on it. If it's permitted without Lessor agreement (unlikely) you're fine, if not follow steps in lease.
  • You and the landlord do not have a contract. You and the tenant have a contract. If you start trying to get technical, he'll find a reason to evict you, and hold your buddy that you subleased under liable for the remainder of the lease. I would highly suggest that you pay your bills and not rock the boat unnecessarily. You have to follow the RULES of the lease REGARDLESS b/c that is always a condition of subleasing...so don't think that b/c you are a subleasee, that you get a free pass.
  • Me and my sister are 18 and 23, were planning on moving to california in about five months. What would be a good place to live in. we would be renting, a house not an apartment, and would have around 1500 a month for rent. We wouldn't mind living in a smaller town but would also like somewhere where there is stuff to do at night, and a college to go to. Were looking for somewhere safe mostly not totally in the city but we have read a lot of reviews of places such as bakersfield saying theres "all meth heads" and "people are utterly unhygienic" so we would prefer a little more civilized than that. and suggestions and information on good areas would help were from the east coast so we don't know anything about areas in california. thankss!
  • This is the problem. You don't have a clue about the cost of renting homes in California. Anywhere with serious amounts of activities and people, you are lucky to find a 2 bedroom apartment at $1500. Houses at $1500 are in bad neighborhoods. I was searching through various areas. When I saw Claremont in Western LA county, almost everything at $1500 is apartment or townhouse. You will have to look hard for a single family there at that price. I don't know where you are starting from, but San Diego would be great in an apartment where it is a city with a life to it. Further north in the Long Beach area is also a great place to live with a thriving nightlife around 2nd street and near the beach. You are talking apartments though again or really weak neighborhoods. Riverside is a potential for houses but that is pretty far east. You could find reasonable houses, but depending on where you live now, you may be disappointed at what you can get. I am not sure what is up by Sacramento. Basically it is the government city. Personally, I would skip the house. Costs are too high. You are better off in an apartment where there is an abundance of activity around and you can find jobs. You need a security deposit and first month's rent so have $3000 cash on hand plus whatever you want for furniture. Here is an example of a 3bedroom 2 bath apartment in central San Diego at $1500. You can get into other places for less. That is what I would aim for. http://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/apa/2...Enter into http://maps.google.com/2872 Broadway, San Diego, CA to see the neighborhood. That is not upscale at that price, but decent looking. Zooming out has you not far from Balboa Park and you can explore that on the web, plus Gaslamp Village is not too far. No question this is the type of place to aim for, with perfect weather and a University San Diego State and sports complex, and a real life. I was thinking of moving to San Diego. You have to be a little crazy to want to live in a little single family house in the middle of nowhere hours from a city life at your ages. Don't be 40's year old. This is $1250 around Riverside: http://inlandempire.craigslist.org/apa/2...Here is a nice apartment in Long Beach, CA. http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lgb/apa/2824692510.html You can check out Long Beach State University and 2nd Street and the weather and beaches. It is also a nice place to live with some life to it: http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lgb/apa/2824692510.html
  • around in claremont or la verne great place but job is not easy to find but in san diego places to live in are very expensive and jobs are kinda harder to find. Also, if ya wanna study I HIGHLY ENCOURAGE TO come to claremont or la verne, rancho, brand new places with colleges like comunity and 4 year
  • Meriden is a really nice place and colleges malls or anything super fun is half hour away and la is only an hour away
  • So my check engine light is on and my car needs to get smogged to finish registration in California. I had the code read and it says that there is a crankshaft sensor malfunction and the other code is about the 02 sensors. I am short on cash until next payday next week and can only fix one of the things. If I replace the 02 sensors do you think the engine light could come off enough for me to do smog before I replace the crankshaft. Thank you
  • i would go for the O2 sensors first, but much would depend upon how much each repair costs. Some O2 sensors are very expensive. How long has the check engine light been on? if not long, I would actually remove power to the battery for a while, reset the codes, and make sure the codes come back.
  • Clear the codes by disconnecting the battery for a minute and then drive it for a week and see what happens. Might be a fluke or a bad shot of gasoline since the crank and O2 sensors are not really connected. Too many codes on too many sensors can be a bad computer. Good Luck!
  • crankshaft sensor should be cheaper. Then have the codes zeroed and see how long it lasts before it comes back on for the O2 sensors. If you have your own reader, reset them just before the check.
  • to answer your question..... It was a long time ago and the father was mental and abusive and I was young and stupid and wanted away from him so I agreed to let his parents have the kids but didn't want something so final as adoption and I believed they meant well now I know that the ink wasnot even dry on the guardianship papers and they were appling for financial aide- these are people that make over 80k a year on retirement and bank all monies given to them
  • Hmm. Maybe. From personal experience, California puts attachments on bank accounts & drivers licenses of parents that owe large amounts of support. The problem is, when the insurance company sends you a check (which they will), how are you going to cash it? If you deposit it, then CA will sweep the bank account and take 28K out. The way to avoid paying money for the support of your child is to sign the check over to someone else, and let them cash it. Just out of curiosity, why wouldn't you want to get caught up on back support? My back support in CA accrues 10% interest, a GREAT rate of return; and it's collectable FOREVER, and accrues interest FOREVER, until it gets paid. It's not dischagable by bankruptcy, and doesn't go away when the child reaches adulthood - so it's in your best interest to clear it up NOW, and not pay $2800 next year in interest!!
  • Probably not, unless the 28K includes interest and penalty's that are placed on money owed in Ca.
  • I don't give too hoots, if the parents make millions of dollars a year... Give them the 28k.....
  • not sure
  • Yes, but you'll need to have it done at the US Consulate in Vancouver. A Canadian notary is worthless in the USA. You can schedule an appointment online at the web site... http://www.consular.canada.usembassy.gov... Notarials and Authentications Like a notary public in the U.S., the consular official must require the personal appearance of the person requesting the notarial service; establish the identity of the person requesting the service; establish that the person understands the nature, language and consequences of the document to be notarized; and establish that the person is not acting under duress. (22 C.F.R. 92.31). "Notarial" functions relate to oaths, affidavits and acknowledgments. The consular official must be satisfied that the act does not come within the purview of the regulatory bases for refusal to provide the notarial service set forth at 22 C.F.R. 92.9. An "authentication" is the placing of the consular seal over the seal of a foreign authority whose seal and signature is on file with the American Embassy or Consulate. A consular authentication in no way attests to the authenticity of the contents of a document but merely to the seal and signature of the issuing authority. The Embassy or Consulate may also provide notarial and authentication services for non-U.S. citizens, so long as the document in connection with which the notarial/authentication service is required is for use within the jurisdiction of the United States. Fees There is a US$30.00 fee for the first notarial service requested, and a US$20 fee for each additional seal provided at the same time in connection with the same transaction. There is a US$30.00 fee for each authentication service provided by a U.S. Embassy or Consulate abroad. Fees may be paid in cash or by money order. No personal checks are accepted. Money orders should be made payable to the American Embassy or Consulate. (For example: "American Consulate, Toronto") Both the Embassy in Ottawa and the Consulates in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Halifax, Montreal and Québec City require appointments for notarial services. The link below provides contact information, office hours, and locations.
  • The notary is testifying fullyyt to the undeniable fact that signature on the record is unquestionably your signature. He/She witnessed your signature to the record and affixed their seal with their notary identity # and date of their term expiration. that's criminal and valid. A raised seal isn't needed.
  • There should be no problem there.
  • When you go to the local DMV on your appointment day, be prepared to do the following: Fill out an application form (DL 44C). Have your thumbprint taken. Have your picture taken. Provide your Social Security number. Show proof of your birth date and legal presence. Pay your fee with check, cash, or debit card (at some DMVs). No credit cards.
  • If you are US citizen, you need your US birth Certificate. If not, you need a valid green card.
  • If you are from Mexico? You need to show that you are in the USA legally. Green card.
  • yes that is true you need to take all of that hope it helped thanks
  • The moment your bank draft request was processed, the money was removed from your account. You couldn't post-date that check anyway because the money doesn't exist in your account anymore, but it _is_ sitting in BPI's reserves until it is cashed by Pearson VUE. It's up to you now to send that draft w/ your application so that BPI doesn't continue to earn interest on your money.
  • ok ive been taken to the CPK in west covina, CA it was delicious. especially the red velvet cake. Im 15 and wanted to take my boyfriend there but do you think it be kinda weird for a pair of kids to go into a restruant by themselves? should i ask my mom to go with us? kind of embarrasing but how do you pay lik when they put the black folder thing on the table.
  • CPK rocks! My fave is the Tricolore Salad Pizza. I think you could totally go with your boyfriend and no one would even think twice about it. When you get the check (the "black folder"), put your money in it. I assume you'll be paying cash. Just slip the money in and your server will come to pick it up in a few minutes. If you need change, your server will return it to you. In fact, many times when they pick up the black folder, he/she will ask if you need change or simply say, "I'll be right back with your change." For the tip, you can either just leave it on the table, or also include it in the black folder. If you put it in the folder, you might want to tell them you don't need change if they ask. The most important thing is to not forget the tip. To make it easy, pay 15%. In case you need an easy way to figure this in your head, just take 10% of your total, then add on half of the 10%. For example: if your bill comes to $15, 10% is $1.50. $1.50 plus half of that is $.75, so your tip should be at least $2.25. Good luck! :)
  • California Pizza Kitchen West Covina
  • You and your boyfriend can go alone. No problem! You walk in and the hostess will ask you "how many" and you would tell them "2" Your server would come over and greet you and get your drink & food order. Then once you are done eating.. they will present you the the little black folder. In the folder you will put the cash. Leave a little sticking out at the end of the book so that the server knows there is cash in there. Also don't forget to tip! :) A good tip is 15-20% of the bill. Have fun! CPK is good!
  • Hey! I live in Covina! and I've been to CPK in West Covina Um, but CPK isn't my style. All my friends like it though, so go for it. It's not a really fancy restaurant.
  • ok umm do they have take out???????
  • I recently bought $489 Bestbuy gift card from an ebay seller whose positive feedback is at 98.1% (254 total positive feedbacks) Seller only accept personal check & money order. I sent personal check, it has been cashed and I've never receive my gift card. I'm california and he's in Verginia. I report to ebay for non receiving item and I know that i can't get my money back through ebay. The most ebay will do is to suspend his account or close it. Since I didn't pay with paypal, Buyer protection won't cover. Can I report to police or even file it to a small claim court? And if I won the case, I will ask the judge for cost of airfare and all other expenses. What do you think?
  • If the seller has a high amount of positive ratings and you find yourself cheated, chances are the seller's ebay account was hacked. Another clue is that they are only accepting money orders and checks, since paypal would only put the money in the real account holder's bank account where the hacker doesn't have access to. You could file a small claims court case against this person but the most difficult thing would be to get ebay to hand over the information, which I doubt they would ever do. Make sure you report it to ebay and hopefully it will be resolved.
  • Check with the postage company. It's not necessarily a scam, it may be a problem getting across the country. Find the number for your local police office and call them to find out if they can help (Note: this is not 911. 911 is for emergencies only, and they already have a rate of 19 out of twenty calls being fakes or unimportant, like the woman who called to make them help her get the right type of burger at the drive through. By the way, they said no).
  • the first thing you should done was email the seller and asked them what happened. they may have had something come up and it hasn't been sent or it got lost in the mail. happened to me three yrs ago. my item got lost in the mai the seller sent me a picture of the damage envelope the item was sent in.somewhere along the line something happenedl.the worst case is they scammed you. there are ways to make your feedback look good. hope things work out for you.
  • Check with the casino first, many in Southern California do not allow hosts to receive cash tips but they can receive gifts. I would wait to give gifts though, he is there to take care of you, and if he does a good job you can show your appreciation with a gift.
  • So what, it's a personal service to high rollers or something? Or is it just a new employee? I'd suggest tipping people who help you out, since they'll be a lot more helpful in the future if you're not a cheap skate.
  • You shouldn't even have a host if you don't know how this works already...what, did you sue somebody?
  • We don't have any toll roads here in California, thank goodness. So What your directions are bridge tolls only. Most likely, they are talking about the San Francisco bay bridge.That would be $4 and they do take cash only.
  • the toll must mean the bridge, the toll for the bridge is $4
  • While checking my bank statement online, I noticed that someone has been cashing checks with my name and account number on them, and using this ID number C4888155. Evidently, they went dumpster diving, and found old checks. Does anyone out there know how I can find out who this belongs to? I would like to pay them a visit. I know there is a way to find this info at no cost, and any help out there would be GREATLY appreciated.
  • First report it to your bank, then report it to the police and file a complaint. They have the resources to find this person very easiyl.
  • My parents just recently died, in a terrible accident. I thought i was an only child and always wanted a sibling, when their will was read, they said that i have an older sister that they gave up for adoption and that she was living in california. as one of their dying wishes they wanted me to go to california and find her. I didnt have a number to call her at I just had a name. So i depleted my checking account to go to california to find her, just to find out that she is a terrible human being who is abusive toward her adoptive family and does not want anything to do with me or anybody in the family. i dont blame her for anything but, now im broke, lonely and away from my home in new york. what happens now? what should i do?
  • OMG, you went to California without enough money to get home on? What were you thinking? I guess now you will have to get a job to make the cash to get home on. What a mess!
  • join a gang that will give you a group to stay and at the same time get a job and work everyday thats the only way man theres no stranger that will just let you stay in there house.After you get enough money take an plane fly't be care full not have any of your members to catch you.good luck and don't get caught
  • The Cal States are lower tier public 4 year colleges, a step below the UCs. They are good colleges, but not really worth what a non-resident has to pay. The Cal States are the lowest cost of the reputable 4 year California colleges. The cost of attendance (tuition, fees, room & board, expenses) for a Cal State for 9 months will range from about $34,000 to $46,000+, depending on the program. This is a very low budget, most students need at least $2000 a year more, plus summer travel home, and/or $4000+ summer expenses.  Most reputable private colleges in the LA area will have a cost of attendance of about $60,000 for 9 months for undergrad studies, more for graduate and professional programs. That is a starving student budget, more is likely needed, plus summer / travel costs. There may be financial aid and scholarships available, but they will be very competitive.  The UC's will have a similar cost to the private colleges for international students, especially for undergrads, less aid or scholarships, especially for undergrads.  International students must have the full cash amount in a savings or checking account (not retirement or investment), with written bank proof, before receiving they can receive their visa. There is generally no financial aid at public colleges for international students, there may be outside scholarships, but they are very competitive. It's best to look at what financial aid is available in your country.  (Look on the college websites for info on the total amount of cash needed, but some of the info will be outdated and significantly less than the actual cost now, as the cost has gone up.) International students on certain visas may be able to work part-time at some colleges, on campus, if a job is available, if approved by the US government, after a semester or a year, depending on the college. Later, some students may work part-time off campus in a job associated with their studies, but those opportunities are very limited. Homeland Security must give their approval. Pay is generally around minimum wage, $8 an hour, or slightly more. Good luck!
  • State colleges in California and elsewhere are only cheap to citizens of those states since they are cheap because they are subsidized by taxpayers in that state. In California because of the budget crisis of the last several years, most colleges and universities are much more expensive now for everyone than they were say five years ago. Budgets have been cut and classes have been cut. If you are coming from another country, the cost of education is going to be more than it would be for citizens of a state. When you are what is called an "out of state" student your tuition will be around the tuition of a private college. One college that is private so the tuition is the same out of state and in-state in the Los Angeles area is the University of LaVerne. Cal Poly, Pomona is a state school just a mile or two away. Cal State, San Bernardino is about 70 miles east of Los Angeles. Also, you will need a car to live here.
  • Yea but its expensive and a competitive school.
  • My fiancee and I are getting married in Santa Clara County, California in August. A good friend of ours is Ordained via an online ordainment. We would like her to wed us, but I have seen a few places that say some states/counties do not acknowledge these. Does anyone know if Santa Clara County, CA acknowledges online ordainment?
  • It appears that it is a legal way for you to get married. See below. Marriages Performed by Clergy or Judges Marriage ceremonies may be arranged by the couple with any member of the clergy, including non-denominationals, who, by virtue of their ordination or assignment of their religion have been given the "office" to perform such rites. After the ceremony has been performed, the license should be completed, with the signatures of the officiant and the witnesses, and returned by the officiant to the Clerk-Recorder for recordation. Similarly, any Judge, or Retired Judge, or designated Court official can perform marriage ceremonies. Check with the official for information on fees and availability. Marriages Performed by a Person Other than Clergy or Judges Couples with a valid license may choose to have a friend or relative of their choice especially deputized to perform their marriage. To make arrangements to have such a person deputized as a "One-Time Deputy Marriage Commissioner", the person making the request should come to the Clerk-Recorder's Office during Marriage License business hours. The individual must have current government issued identification such as a passport or driver's license to apply. The information required for the completion of the application is as follows: the bride's and groom's names, the date and location of the wedding ceremony, and the County where the bride and groom will purchase the marriage license. The appointment is valid for the specified wedding and is valid for the date of the wedding and 6 subsequent days to allow for a change of date by the bride and groom. The fee for this service is $80.00, payable by cash, check, or debit card ($2.50 convenience fee applies). Edit: I can't answer for sure, but I took the following mean that it is a legal way for you to be married. Call the courthouse and ask to be sure but I bet it is. "...including non-denominationals, who, by virtue of their ordination or assignment of their religion have been given the "office" to perform such rites. "
  • Not sure what you mean by through the bank. Cars can purchased using cash, certified check, check, etc without a bank being involved. For you main question, in most states when a car title is transferred sales tax has to be paid. In Ohio most dealer transactions are the dealer collects the sales tax from the customer as part of the sale, then pays the state when submitting the title work. Or the dealer can give the buyer the title and the buyer pays when they go to transfer the title into their name. In a private sale, the buyer pays the sales tax when doing the title transfer. So sure not paying taxes that are owed is not legal, but I am not sure how there could be such a thing as an under the table sale? Some states allow relatives to transfer a car as a gift, but you have fill out paper work and sign affidavits, and the state may audit that and ask for more documentation. And I would bet they do not allow that for a dealer owned vehicle.
  • Tax evasion is a bad thing. Even buyers from private sales have to pay use tax on the vehicle, as I learned when I lived in California. Anything that changes the registration triggers the letter.
  • You pay taxes when you register the car at the DMV and get a new tag. So how does your "under the table" deal bypass the DMV and allow you a legal registration, tag, and title ???
  • If it's a *gift* and you stick to that story on both ends, taxes are eliminated. Cheapest (gift) I believe is $100. And a tax on that is not much.
  • only illegal if caught
  • elclasificado.com they have a list of Mariachi, if you need to give deposit make sure its a post dated check not cash, write down driver license number just for safety... good luck
  • Pedros
  • I'm 17. I am eligible to get my license October 9th and my birthday is December 9th. I was looking for cars even though I have a couple more weeks but to get myself prepared, to learn more about the responsibility of having one, the cost and insurance. I'm not looking for anything expensive or brand new because I'm paying for my car all by myself just for 2 months. I have 2 jobs and a senior in high school but I love it. Anyways.. I came across a 2000 Honda Accord and a 2002 Toyota Corolla from cars.com which I believe they are calling my name! Haha! Btw I will check out the cars in person and already found out the historys. But I wanted to buy it as soon as I can before anyone claims it. My dad is my legal guardian and has custody of me. He wants me to get a car and my license so bad because of me having 2 jobs and he's always too busy so he'll pay someone to take me to work sometimes. So he couldnt wait til my birthday. I was wondering if he could purchase the car and then when I get my license or when I'm 18, it could be in my name or my name on something? He actually doesn't know the answer to this question for a minor (BTW I'm not buying it in cash, I'm financing) but please help! I need more info! Thank you! I live in Ohio, USA.
  • In California there is a $50 fee to transfer a car from one family member to another. There is no sales tax on the transaction. Check your state laws because paying sales tax twice or full registration fees is not worth it.
  • Its fine to transfer a car back and forth in a family. Y.our 17? And planning to finance a car? Not gonna happen
  • THATS FINE ALL my friends do that
  • My husband and I have seperated, and I have the kids with me. I didn't file for divorce, I just moved. I am currently working and receiving medical and stamps from the welfare office. My husband gives me $100 every 2 weeks for our 3 kids. Today I got a letter giving me my pin number for my child support payments. I didn't even apply for it and don't understand why I got that letter. And who do I ask about it? Thanks.
  • well in california when you apply for welfare or food stamps or ANY government assistance... if you gave any info about there father THEY WILL file for child support for you... next thing you know there is your check you probably will get cash aid and food stamps but it will be a really small amount.. since you are now getting child support :)
  • I am assuming it's because you're collecting medical and food stamps from the welfare office. Usually, they want to make the father pay that back or find out how much money you're getting in child support so they can deduct it out in some way. Is this a court ordered agreement between you and hubby? Or just a regular verbal agreement? Either way, I'd call the child support office and ask them.
  • That's because social services did it you had to give him his info like SS number and address for the medicaid and because you are im guessing legally separated he has to pay child support, I know its not my place to say but he should be giving you more than 100 bucks every 2 weeks you have 3 kids to raise he should least give you 100 a week.
  • the state will persue your husband for child support since you are recieving benefits from the state. the only way to lift the child support order is to stop receiving your benefits. if you dont cooperate with child support services 100% you will lose your benefits and never be able to reapply.
  • If you are receivng medical and stamps, then they will automatically set you up on child support. Call the office and they will explain it.
  • is there any numbers on the paper? or an address or something...try to contact them...the welfare office might have submitted an app. for you.
  • Wow that is strange, is there a phone # on the letter they sent you?
  • usualy when your on state they force child support
  • Did your husband apply for it?
  • If you collect, they go after dad.
  • I'm currently a Sophomore in High School in Southern California. It's a time for me to set a goal so I choose to go east coast college. I don't really know about east coast colleges, but I'm thinking about going to University of Massachusett Boston or Lowell. I currently have 3.6 ~ 3.7 GPA and didn't take SAT or ACT yet. 1. To go East Coast College what are the basic requirements? 2. Should I take SAT or ACT for East Coast? 3. What are the requirements for University of Massachusetts? 4. Tips for California Student who is aiming for East coast college? ( Didn't choose my major yet, but thinking about doing engineering or....... still thinking....)
  • If you have money to burn, head to the East Coast. If you want Engineering, go to MIT. Now that you have had a reality check, and counted your cash, I would strongly suggest there are a number of other options to obtain a quality education in engineering that are much more reasonable. Check out University of Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Iowa. Remember, in engineering, it is your ability to solve problems creatively, not your credentials, that develops into your long term success. If you have deep pockets, go with MIT. Set your goals high!
  • I've completed all my general education requirements and pre-requisites for my major. I'm unable to apply to a UC or Cal State for Spring 11' due to the budget cuts. But hey, I'm not complaining because it's entirely out of my control. I can only apply for Fall 11' and have a year to do whatevers now. I can't afford private school tuition (even with financial aid and scholarships!) Do you guys have any suggestions on what to do? I applied to 14 different jobs (even the low entry level janitorial!) I really don't care what job I have as long as it keeps busy. But, my employment seems bleak in my small town. Believe it or not, my hospital kicked me out of volunteering because I've already accumulated the exceeding 1024 hours and they want other new volunteers to have the opportunity to volunteer(20 volunteers). So with no job, volunteering, or school. I have 1500 of extra cash. Should I spend it on to travel? books? taking classes? What options do I have? My school is on halt due to the budget cuts!
  • You should still attend school to get your FAFSA check. Explore new subjects, you have 1 free semester to do what ever you want. You can also take some easy courses to raise your GPA if your planning on attending graduate school, GPA is very crucial. But you should of known this ahead of time. It was made very clear that all California school would stop accepting spring transfers.
  • Well maybe try volunteering somewhere else? Maybe a school or something like that? I also live in a small town so I know how it is when trying to come across jobs even the most random ones. But when in a place like this everyone is going for even those jobs so it's apply or commute a good 35-40 to a bigger city where more jobs might be available. It seems like with school you have no other option but to wait =/. Maybe get involved with clubs at your school too? It'll look good and make a high GPA look even better. As long as you're doing something productive =]. Good luck!
  • you at the instant are a foreigner. you're no longer from now on a chinese language guy or woman. you probably did no longer have confidence chinese language Communist training. You went to foreigner u . s . a . for training. The chinese language Communist celebration government would not desire you back on the grounds which you have replace right into a traitor. you have yet another determination is to secret agent for the chinese language Communist celebration. you will get funds from CCP for spying and thieve u . s . a . defense force technologies.
  • i was rejected by SDSU with a 3.5 GPA, so now i am attending community college, thanks budget cuts.
  • You can't transfer a title to your name without the signed title from the seller. You don't need the old registration as you will get a new one when you put the title in your name. The AAA Auto Club can do DMV work. It's best when both buyer and seller go to AAA together so you get everything signed and exchanged properly. You should pay with cashiers check or cash. Of course you had a mechanic look at it right? It's the sellers responsibility to get the car smogged. and the smog certificate is good for 90 days. Transfer fee is $15 + Use Tax and any due registration fees.
  • have you tried asking him to to meet you at the DMV so that you can get the car registered? I've met folks at the bank and gotten everything signed over for a bill of sale and then taken the car to the DVM for a VIN verification, and a temp tag. Im sure the DMV would have a notary around that would be able to help as well.
  • In CA, you will be responsible for 9 years of back registration fees, which probably amount to more than a 38 year old VW bus is worth.
  • You don't need the registration, but you do need the title to register it. If you had the funds to write him a check, why didn't you just pay him cash to get the title?
  • Sounds like a huge Scam! Sorry man but you will never see that car or your money again. I hope you learn your lesson. Only buy cars from dealers or people you know!
  • I'm hoping to get answers mainly from Southern California residents,because that's where many celebrities live,mainly in Los Angeles,the city and county,but,I'll take answers from non-Southern California residents as well. I work as a cashier at a supermarket in NY state,and,I see lots of "before" and "after" photos of celebrities on several different magazines and "supermarket rags" in front of all the registers in my store.Some of those celebrities look terrible in both their "before" and "after" photos. In fact,they look even phonier,like Heidi Montag.She looked better before all her recent plastic surgery! My main point is,how much of an impact is the cost of all these types of plastic surgeries,much of it unnecessary in my opinion,that these celebrities get,for the overall cost of health insurance and health care in California? I know that California is having some serious financial difficulty in many areas,some of the worst in the nation.
  • San Diego checking in... I'm a surgical technician and I've seen my share of plastic surgeries. Patients have to pay cash for these cosmetic procedures, unless it is to correct a surgical or accident/injury defect. A lot of it is middle age women who come into some money when their parents die or something. Can't believe they are willing to blow 5 to 10 grand for a nip and tuck. Many of them are dreadfully fat and ugly. Makes me want to tell them "this ain't gonna' help you much hun". Medicine is big business and there is all kinds of surgery centers competing for this business. Plastic surgery is an art form, and many docs are doing it that should not be... A lot of the work I've seen is a "re-do" of a job that turned out wrong. Plastic surgery patients can be a bit of a head job too! It's like they get addicted to it and keep coming back for more, even when the doc advises against it. The Homer Simpson Syndrome... Better... Better! BETTER! DOH!!! Then they walk around looking like circus freaks for the rest of their lives. I'm glad I'm a guy!
  • Mickey Rourke
  • A while back I sold my 1950's Russian rifle to a buddy who really wanted it. Paid me more for it than I paid 11 years ago. We intended on doin a bill of sale as I was dumb to the transfer laws. Now I am concerned about it being in my name and in the possesion of someone else. I talked to him and he just sold it to his friend. The friend is not contacting me back so I can properly transfer it or simply buy it back so I am at a loss to resolve this issue. Would the rifle even be registered in my name?? I bought it at BIG 5
  • If the gun is over 50 years old it is considered a curio/relic and you have nothing to worry about. check out the forums on www.calguns.com people sell guns face to face for cash all the time as long as the gun is older than 50 years old. A curio relic rifle is completely legal to transfer face to face with a private party.
  • You will need to check with your parole office or the court. You may not be allowed to leave the jurisdiction. Leaving without permission will be the thing that really makes this much worse than you can imagine. Deferred action means that the court is trusting you, for now. Don't give them a s reason to not trust you. So you are an American citizen? If so, you can leave on this trip. A passport is required only when crossing an international border. So far, you are staying home. The ID's that you have are poor at best and will not work. Not even the photo on the employment card. Try a check cashing type of driver's license issued by the DMV. Any ID must be valid. So don't think something expired will work if that ever comes up.
  • If you are allowed to travel, Greyhound does not require you to have I.D. unless you buy your ticket on-line and then go to the station to pick it up. You do not need an I.D. to ride the bus.
  • I live in California and It has been a year since I won my small claims case for $1200. The loser has made no attempt to pay me or make arrangements. I see this person driving all over town in the car they hit me in and they have the nerve to wave at me and laugh. When we walked out of court her and her husband said that b/c they are on disability(SSI) that they do not have to pay me. Is this true? I know I can't garnish their wages and they don't own anything but a raggedy car. They'll never have anything b/c they're lazy bums and don't work. All they do is sit around and try to get over on the government. I know this b/c the lady's husband is my Mom's ex-husband. They also both work under the table and collect SSI so I know they're not disabled. Even if they were disabled that doesn't excuse them from driving around in a raggedy car with no insurance and crashing into people. Is there anything that I can do? The people at the courthouse are no help.
  • They did not have insurance at the time of the accident and the police officer didn't even write them a ticket or impound their car. He didn't even want to give me a police report. I was so MADD! My car was totaled and they got to drive away. My car was fully insured, but I owed $2,800 more than what the car was worth so I still have a car note to pay on a car I no longer have, plus my new car note. I know Progressive went after them and their paying my insurance company $50 a month. Their car is never legally registered b/c it won't pass the smog test and they know someone that works at the DMV that keeps giving them those red numbers to put in the window. So they're also polluting the environment.
  • Delive_Rance: I didn't have a lawyer. I wouldn't pay a lawyer to sue a crack head for me. Thats why I went to small claims court and sued them myself. The max you can get is like $5,000. It cost $5,000 dollars just to obtain a lawyer and then you pay per hour they spend on your case. Have you ever seen anyone show up to "Peoples Court" or "Judge Judy" with a lawyer? I was only suing for $2,800. Civil claims is for big money law suits like sexual harassment and wrongful death and you would need to be suing someone with money like a business or corporation and then you would need to get a high priced lawyer.
  • You may find some information here http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/sma...follow the "collect your judgment" link
  • Collecting money from a judgment that you won in court is very difficult, unless people or a business have a regular income or significant assets. The Goldmans won $35,000,000 from O.J. Simpson, but they have never been able to collect. However, you have some powerful information. Collecting disability while they are not disabled is a major crime. All you have to do is video them doing things that are not supposed to be able to do. You know they work, so video them working, or coming and going to work. Every person with a fake disability wants to still do the things they are really able to do, like lift something heavy when they need to, or go play sports, or walk or run without showing their disability. Just video them. Then turn it over to SSI investigators and to the local TV station. Warning: Do not ask the "disabled" person to give you money so that you will not reveal the video, because that would extortion.
  • California law! you HAVE to HAVE insurance!!! Wasn't that fact brought up when you went to court?? Or did they have it at the time of the accident? If they did, get hold of that insurance company if you haven't already! Do some investigating on your own! Find out where these guys are working, be careful they don't spot you! Better still, ask a friend they do not know, to do the checking for you! I don't know what kind of disability they have, you might check that area too. You could call SSI and turn them in for fraud! If you know a friendly cop, have him stop them and ask them for their driver's licenses and insurance!!! Take away their driving privileges and they will have to walk! If you know where they live, check to see if their car tag is up to date! If it's expired, turn 'em in!
  • I went through similar problems and the sad thing is that to get the court ruling enforced you will most likely have to go back to court. What a waste of tax dollars and personal funds too. The court passes a ruling and then assumes the party found guilty will pay but if they don't you have to take them back in for failure to pay.
  • You don't have to have their wages garnished. You can get enforcement of judgement by getting a judge to sign an Order for Attachment. This should be sent to their bank, which will automatically freeze their bank account up to the amount of the judgment against them, and cut a check to you.
  • Since I assume you had a lawyer in bringing the case to court. And since you won on the case, the court will order the defendant to pay you that certain amount. You never bother to inquire through your lawyer what is your suitable approach since this is a year already. You should at least have an idea right now on how to claim the amount either through their property worth it or other means possible. Why you waited for one year to bring this out? Ask your civil case lawyer.
  • I am figuring you mean street bike. If it has less than 7500 miles it is considered new and must meet california emission standards- the emission control label will either say it meet CA standard or CARB (CA Air Resource Board) standards. You will either need the registration card in your name or the title to the motorcycle. If you bought it, you will need the releasing signatures fo the owner(s) including any between you and the registered owner. Complete an application for title or registration- that will help to determine the fees that are due. They will need to look at your motorcycle too. The DMV will not ask for it when you register the motorcycle but will check later to make sure you have liability insurance.Oh, yeah, lastly money. They will take cash, check or debit cards. The CA DMV website is: www.dmv.ca.gov
  • Hello guys, I am an internaional student(F1-visa) in california and This year was my first year for tax return. I filled through turbo tax online because i dont know much about it. unfortunately i filled 1040A, making work pay credit, Earned income credit, later i figured out that 1040NR is the right form for me. Besides i have received my check from IRS already. Now my concern is that how can i make it right now or what should i do. How can i pay back the making work pay credit and Earned Income Credit to IRS and make my form to 1040NR Thank you.
  • Did you cash the check? If not, write VOID in the endorsement area and send it back. Otherwise, you need to pay the money back by tomorrow to avoid penalties and interest. To correct this, you fill out a correct 1040NR-EZ and attach it to a 1040X. On the 1040X write an explanation, but don't fill in any of the numbered lines. SIGN and mail. Attach a copy of form 8843 as well. What was your income and withholding on the W-2? If you made more than $3650, you owed income tax.
  • I checked my Bank of America accounts online (checking and savings accounts), and I noticed a suspicious charge to my checking account (debit card). It was a checkcard purchase at the Free Mason Store in Brooklyn, New York on March 14, 2008 for $0.53. Now I am in San Francisco, California, and the charge on my debit card before that one was a purchase I made at Best Buy, 2 hours before the NY charge. I've already called Bank of America, and they said that they were going to cancel my debit card, and then send me a new debit card with a new number. They said that my old card number had been "compromised." I'm gonna go to my bank in the morning, but I just wanna know now if there's anything more serious to this? The charge was only for 53 cents so maybe the thieves were testing to see if my account was active, but should I worry about identity theft? Should I close my accounts? I don't have any credit cards, I only use debit card and cash. What steps should I take? Thanks!!!
  • You should also have them do a credit check, to make sure you don't have any credit cards,cell phones or other debt out there, with your name on it, thats not yours.
  • This is very serious and yes the thieves are just testing the waters right now. You need to take the following actions: 1.) Call the any one of the credit reporting companies and place a "fraud alert" on your credit report. This requires creditors to contact your before opening any new lines of credit. Often times thieves will apply for new credit cards without you knowing. Also request a free copy of your credit report. This way you can see if any fraudulent accounts have been opened. TransUnion Fraud Victim Assistance Department Phone: 800-680-7289 Fax: 714-447-6034 P.O. Box 6790 Fullerton, CA 92634-6790 Equifax Consumer Fraud Division Phone: 800-525-6285 or: 404-885-8000 Fax: 770-375-2821 P.O. Box 740241 Atlanta, GA 30374-0241 Experian Experian's National Consumer Assistance Phone: 888-397-3742 P.O. Box 2104 Allen, TX 75013 2.) Call your credit card companies and banking institutions and inform them of the identity theft and close the accounts if you suspect fraudulent activity. 3.) You need to contact the Federal Trade Commission and file a complaint at 1-877-ID-THEFT or online at https://rn.ftc.gov/pls/dod/widtpubl$.startup?Z_ORG_CODE=PU03. By doing this you will alert law enforcement and government agencies across the nation. 4.) You need to contact your local police and file an identity theft report. You will need to bring a copy of the ID Theft Complaint form and ask the officer to include complaint form in the police report. The officer won't give you a copy of the police report, but ask him to sign your complaint form and include the police report number. This will help you dispute any future fraudulent charges. Good luck!
  • Hi I'm in college right now and want to work in the movies. More specifically, film editing. I'm considering going to California next summer to see if I can find a job in any capacity related to film. This would probably only be temporary. If i can't find a job in three months, I'm headed back home. Thoughts?
  • I worked for a little while in the film industry Scott and I can tell you these facts: 1 Competition for jobs is HUGE. There will be thousands of applicants for hundreds of jobs and so you are going to have to be pretty special to get employed. 2 Nepotism is KING. It's not what you know, it's WHO you know. You have to keep your ear very close to the ground to find out where the jobs are and who is hiring. By the time the ads hit the papers, all vacancies are long gone. 3 Start at the bottom and work up. There are no leg ups for people without experience. You will also need a portfolio of movies you have already been involved in. If you have none, blag it at the interview, if you are lucky enough to get one. Make stuff up, BUT, make sure your ego doesn't write cheques your body can't cash. Lastly Good Luck!
  • Don't do it. To find work on indy films, porn, PSA's. rock videos etc as an editor, you need to have your own editing software, programs and sound files. To find work on union shows is, well, impossible unless you know someone. Don't believe all those bullsht stories about Director's moving into empty offices and pretending to work for studios....If you want to make it in the film business you have to ESTABLISH yourself in some kind of discipline first. Take the money you have saved to 'run away to the circus' and take classes at your local Film Society or City College. Buy an HD camera and make your own movies. In LA you'll be competing with seasoned professionals, even for the non paying gigs.
  • good luck,give it a try
  • Whenever I go to a local check cashing establishment, I can not help but notice hundreds of American earned dollars being wired to , primarily Mexico, and other countries. Meanwhile, Western Union, Money gram, and many other agencies are making millions of dollars. If America was to charge a state or federal tax for each transaction, would it help the budget crisis? and if not all states, only California? Also note, many are illegal aliens, paid under the table and not paying taxes.
  • No. The effort to get money to other countries should be accounted for but the money was earned by a service and a service is provided to get that money to it's destination. Also there are many cash transactions by United Staes citizens between United States citizens which are not taxed. The exchange rate should be the tax.
  • Continuing taxing the poor is one way to keep big government involved in everyone's lives. The Republican platform heralded by Sarah Palin was to reduce big government in many ways shapes and forms. Big Oil gets it's money under the table by drilling offshore near U.S. and International waters with permission from openly hostile non-democratic regimes. Where is our cut? The middle class is unique in a democratic society. It is the class that cares for the poor while at the same time fending off the rich and super-rich. Guess why they don't exist in other countries.
  • I just applied for Calworks here in California I was wondering how much they pay, it is for a family of three, me, wife, and my 11 month old son. I moved in with my parents in a small room and and have many bills my previous unemployment was a little less than $500 a month but that is running out, if anyone has any idea it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  • Check this chart: http://www.benchmarkinstitute.org/t_by_t/pb/info/CalWORKs_Chart.pdf My husband and I and our two year old son currently receive $694 per month plus we get reimbursed for transportation costs for our welfare-to-work activities, and $480 in food stamps per month. They supply us aid while I go to school and my husband attends a mental health rehabilitation program. Its really well designed, it can get you to be self sufficient if you use it right.
  • That is not a possibility. Pay checks can either be direct deposited into a bank account or deposited physically by hand deposit the check to a bank account. You can go to one of those check cashing places but they will charge you upwards of 40% or more. I would seek citizenship and this would take care of the problems.
  • currently, i have a photocopy of my health card and my citizen card. i lost all my IDs so im trying to get new ones (AND my lost debit card).... i know i can get a birth certificate using photocopies, but is there anything else while i wait like, a month for them in the mail? what about a new health card for a different province that i am actually living in? will the bank let me make a new card with my photopied ids? one has a pic of me with a signiture that matches the bank's card signature. they wouldnt let me make a new one last time cause i didnt have any ids. but my rent is due soon, and I NEED MONEY!!! O GOD
  • By any chance do you have your old expired ID? Because believe it or not, check cashing establishments will accept that as a form of ID in the State of California, USA. Or perhaps you have a current Passport you put away for safe keeping somewhere. Also, and most important. Where is it that you live? (Such as Country or State) That would allow someone to provide you with a more accurate answer, Hope this helped.
  • Sorry to answer you in the negative, but photocopies of IDs are not acceptable by government agencies or businesses. Your best bet is to contact all the agencies where you got your IDs and ask for duplicates
  • no longer sensible Photocopy will paintings. those are the proper IDs: U.S. passport U.S. passport card DHS "depended on visitor" playing cards (NEXUS, SENTRI, quick) U.S. militia id (lively duty or retired militia and their dependents, and DOD civilians) everlasting Resident Card Border Crossing Card DHS-unique more suitable driver's license Drivers Licenses or different state image id playing cards issued through branch of motor automobiles (or equivalent) a community American Tribal image id An airline or airport-issued id (if issued lower than a TSA-licensed protection plan) A overseas authorities-issued passport Canadian provincial driver's license or Indian and northern Affairs Canada (INAC) card Transportation worker id Credential (TWIC)
  • 99% of the time your ID never leaves your wallet. The other 1% your cashing checks,buying beer, going thru security or at a car stop. That being the case, WHY is GOD's name in heaven do you care??????? Your vanity is screwy.
  • first did you fund your paypal account with bank account if you then all you do is go the paypal website and transfer the money from paypal to your bank account (takes about 2 days) then you can withdraw the money from the bank account (if you funded it via credit card then I belive you have to ask paypal to send you a check (which takes longer and there is fee for that) \
  • I live in California and I am desperately trying to get out from under some pretty annoying landlords. They have stated in our lease under RENT section both box A which states rent is $1850, but in box D checked they "will call 1st weekend, cash" so means they will call first weekend of month to determine rent due date. They are now trying to orally say they meant the 1st day of the month and collect rent proactively on the first weekend. Also, the copy they provided electronically to me (in PDF format) shows our names have been wrote in after we signed them, but we do not have those name (or signatures) on our copies... Should they have done this, and should they have written that in after the signing?
  • A rental agreement is a bilateral contract, meaning that both parties agree to it. Writing things in after signing is not valid if it changes the terms. I understand the verbage in quotation marks to mean that they will come to pick the rent up at that time and that it ought to be paid in cash.
  • I think it's void as it is not what you sinde on to take it to court
  • yup i too have both in PA and some jerk banks require TWO id's just to cash a small $50 check !
  • your California drivers license is your ID
  • Yes
  • I wouldn't see why not. I did in my state. It is a good backup just in case you lose you license in some way like leave it at a bar or lose it due to a DUI.
  • I too received the letter from HealthNet and am reporting it to the to the California State Commerce Commission and the Feds (where i have some contacts) I am having our company lawyer review this as well. It is a total scam, period. They required that we sign up for this "free service" with our credit card, that way once the "free period" runs out, however long that really is, they can start billing you every month and by the time you notice and get it removed they will have made their cash (that's called, "the pay off" in scam artist lingo ) They are not and never were in any way related to my health care service providers as i contacted our provider and checked. When they say "they have reason to believe" that information pertaining to us was on those hard drive files, my lawyer informed me that "reason to believe" is the wording they use so that they can later say "well, we did not say for sure, we said we" believed" it was true, that way the protect them from presecution for trying to scare people into signing up for their not so free services. The reason that their representitive got the BEST ANSWER vote is most likely because they voted for there own answer, and no one else voted at all on any other answers as you can see! (or at least i have "reason to believe" that is what they did) Finally, if you read through the comments you will see that some on else also did some checking around and it turns out that HeatlthNet and Debx (the company they are ofering to provide you free services with) have the SAME ADDRESS! Please report this to your State Commerce Dept and Consumer Protection Agency so they can put a stop to this!
  • Health Net of California is headquarterd in Woodland Hills, CA Debix is located in Austin, TX Debix is an Identity Theft Protection company. Health Net is partnered with Debix to offer identity protection services. They are not the same company. The specific letter you are referring to sounds like the letter that was distributed after the HealthNet electronic security breach a few years back. Just because you are not a HealthNet customer (or never were) does not mean that HealthNet did not have your information - if you or your employer ever applied for HealthNet coverage it's very likely that they had both personal (name, SSN, birthdate, etc) and medical information related to you. -- if you are covered through an employer plan, you may never even know what vendors the employer is considering. You were never required to use the Debix program. HealthNet gave it to people to circumvent any potential identity theft problems that may have been breached. If you didn't want to take advantage of this offer, you were not REQUIRED to join.
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  • you are asking about taxes withheld, but we don't know if this was merely a cash payment for the week of services which would require you to file a Sch C on the $580 and a Sch SE to calculate your self employment tax that would amount to $71 and would need to be paid with the 1040, Sch C and SE when you file your taxes if this is wages, 5.65% will be withheld from your check, possibly 1% for a state employee tax and if you submitted your W-4 as exempt(which you would be) there would be no income tax--the first $5950 of wages is not taxable to you self employment incurs self employment tax but possibly NOT any income tax
  • Depends upon what you put on your W-4 and the CA withholding form. Go here for some handy tools: http://www.PayCheckCity.com
  • two forms of id one with your picture and cash!!!
  • Most fiduciaries require 2 forms of ID. I work at a bank that requires one of the followin: State ID, State Driver's License, Military ID, Passport, Government Issued ID --as well as- one of the following: major credit card, vehicle registration, voter registration, utility bill (ie electric/gas/water...NOT a cell phone bill) or a medical card. Im sure there are similar requirements at the Redwood Credit Union. If all else fails, call them up.
  • No, you should never refund in cash when a debit/credit card was used to make the purchase. They will either have to have the card on them or provide you with the sales receipt, which will have the transaction number on it and you can use your terminal to make the refund.
  • No, he can't withdrawal more than $100 through the ATM. Now he could cash a check at a rip-off check cashing storefront, Some of them don't ask for an ID.
  • im taking a holiday in a week to Vegas and California in a week (one week in each) and i want to buy my formal (aussie version of prom) dress there! please recommend good stores that i could try! i dont want ridiculously expensive dresses but definitely not cheap and tacky haha please help, i'd like to know where im going when i get there :)
  • I'm of the male persuasion, but even I know that the fashion district in LA is the place to go. You'll have your hands full going to all the shops there. Check out lafashiondistrict.org. Start on Santee St and 10th, and check out the Cinderella shop. There are many others as well. Bring cash (because it's king here), and some negotiating skills. 959 Santee St Los Angeles, CA 90015
  • A prom dress CAN come from a branch shop, in spite of the fact that the "longer sturdiness" section is arguable. It would not even would desire to final long by way of fact we are in all risk going to placed on it what -- two times? trend is speedy paced, probably too speedy paced for the likes of you. There are appealing prom clothing available in case you already know the place to look so do not generalize only by seeing a pair of hyperlinks on y!a. leave the dress judgements to the girls. (o:
  • My company headquarters is in Calfornia and we operate many states and deal with many different vendors. We paid one of our vendor in Texas 2 years ago by check and as of today the check hasn't been cashed. Where should we Escheat the check to? Do we Escheat it to the state of California or the the State of Texas? Also, what if the vendor has a business in Texas but their headquarter is in New York, where do you Escheat the money to? Thank you!
  • I'm pretty sure it's Texas.
  • you have to: pass drivers ed and recieve a pink slip schedule your drivers behind the wheen training(yes!) recieve your pink slip go to the DMV with your pink slip, social security card, $28.00 cash or check, and birth certificate pass your permit test(miss no more than 8) go through your 1st behind the wheen lesson therefore, your permit is valid and you can drive with your parents then complete 4 more hours of drivers training and 50 hours(10 at night) before you can get your license
  • You have to pass driver's ed, either at a driver's school or you can take it at your high school if they have it.
  • YES check with your local DMV they have pamphlets that tells you what you will need to do
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  • Volunteer work looks great on a resume. Plenty of places need office gophers, too. Choose a company where you will learn something. Your folks should be more glad to see you in a place like that than see you just having more money.
  • if u know computers u could try 2 look 4 an office job. u should try 2 look 4 ads that say entry level. that means that they will train u and it doesn't matter if u don't have any experience.
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  • Yes, but...here in California, what a woman would receive in child support would be deducted from her welfare check. Say she got $300 in welfare and $150 in child support...they would deduct a percentage from her cash aid but they might up her food stamps. Its complicated, but the state would keep a good portion of the child support. If the child support amount was more than the welfare amount, she would stop receiving welfare all together. Doesn't affect the food stamps though. Or Medi-Cal benefits. This state won't let you have jack...if they can get out of supporting you, they will.
  • Yes, the child support is enforced for any person who applies for TANF (Temporary Aid for Needy Families) with a non-intact family. The Child support is collected by the Child Support Enforcement Division and used to pay for the welfare expense with any surplus passed on to the non-intact family as an additional check.
  • With Obama in office, i would say absolutely.
  • In California by law you are required to be 18 to check in to a hotel room. If alcohol is served on the premises you must be 21.
  • Nope you've got to be atleast 18- most of the time 21-to check in.
  • You have to be at least 18
  • no, highly doubt it. In most hotels, they ask that you be 21 or 25
  • Walk into Citi Bank and talk with a human being. They can answer this- their rules may change every day as to any charges. You can very likely write a check on American Savings and cash it at CitiBank and have no charge. Also you can call a human being at American Savings and ask them which mainland bank they may have arrangements with- often they have some ATM's over here that you can use with no cost.
  • u simply want an INTERBANK transfer; cost about $25. Done in 1 day. that is the old way. enjoy
  • Just don't send in the continued claim form and they'll automatically close out your account. Whatever you do, don't cash a check if they send one to you during a week where you worked and were paid. It could keep you from getting paid on your next unemployment claim (if you ever need one).
  • Hello. I live in Florida and my dad is buying me a 98 ford explorer in Texas and I am flying to Texas to go get the car and driving it back. How do I change the tags and license plates on the car when I get back to Florida and how much is it going to cost? Ive never owned a vehicle before at all, that's why Im asking. Thank you!
  • In California you take the car to the DMV or AAA Auto Club to have the car physically inspected. They are looking for safety and emission sticker, VIN# and description of car. You will get new plates and stickers, new registration and new title is mailed to you. The Use Tax is based on the purchase price and whether you already paid tax in another state. You don't pay it twice, but you will pay for the transfer $15 and plates, $18. DMV usually only take s cash or checks, no cc.
  • You just go to the DMV. I'm in Florida, too, but my husband is keeping our Texas plates on the car. We're Military, and a lot of people around us have plates from their home state. I even see Alaska and Hawaii sometimes.
  • First your dad will have to pay the Texas sales tax on the vehicle. When you get to Florida you will have to pay the tax and registration fees there. Usually Florida will give you credit for part of the sales tax you paid in Texas, probably 4%. So, you'll pay 11/2 as much in sales tax! There's no way to tell how much the tax will be without knowing the sales price of the vehicle and the sales tax rates in Florida.
  • Many college students drive their parents cars. This is understood in college town. Don't worry. My nephew went to school in Boston, but drove NY car for 4 years there. Good luck...
  • when you get back to florida you need to go to the DMV and register it, they will give you florida plates. you can either keep the old ones or turn them in. if you paid cash and have the title you will need to turn that in when you register the car and they will give you a florida title
  • In California: The DMV or AAA Auto CLub have plates for replacement. If you report it stolen, you will need a police report number. It's easiest to report it lost. It costs $18 and you need to show your drivers license. Fill out form REG 156 Application for replacement plates and stickers. You can't just get one. They come in pairs. So turn in the back one so the DMV can destroy it. (you don't want it to wind up on a stolen vehicle.) They take cash or check.
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  • hmmm i wonder how it fell off, hope it wasn't left at the scene of the accident saturday night, but since you have 2 plates since you said the front one fell off, i'd go to the DMV or wherever in you state you go to get license plates, im sure all you'd need is the registration and the person that the truck is registered to, some states its the DMV but in my state where i am its a separate place you go for license plates, registration and dela with titles changes, but most states you go to the DMV
  • Step 1: Learn to walk. Step 2: Walk to a nice place called the Department of Motor Vehicles (or as most people call it, the DMV) Step 3: Walk up to the counter. Step 4: Beg for a new plate Step 5: Blubber like a baby.
  • Go to DMV, report it lost or stolen. Someone may have taken it to use and if they are reported doing something illegal by the plate number, guess where they will come knocking?
  • court offices accept checks; recording done there every day by check
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  • No, it's not too late to find a summer job. Go find a car lot. They'll hire you to wash their cars at fourteen.
  • You REALLY do need to get either a drivers license or a state I.D. card. You can use that state I.D. card as legal I.D. for traveling, cashing a check, and many other things. Airlines will accept alternative I.D., but will have you go through an extended security check also. See site below to see United Airlines policy as an example.
  • You don't need a California ID but you should have some sort of recognized ID like a drivers license or passport............you should also have a valid credit card.............especially if you want to stay in a hotel or motel.............
  • passport.
  • Reserve hotel/motel rooms ahead of time so you will know how much it costs for the number of days you will be there. Charge it on a credit or debit card and split the total amount (including taxes, etc.) among the three of you. Either each person pays his own air or bus fare, or use a car. If you use a car, either have the other two pay the car owner for mileage (use the IRS standard mileage rates) or take turns paying for gas. The amount it will cost for gas depends on the car's fuel mileage and the price of gasoline. Figure out the number of miles round trip. Divide the number of miles by the car's mileage in miles per gallon to get gallons of gas needed. Then multiply gallons of gas needed by an estimated price for gasoline to get an estimate of money needed for fuel. If you drive, plan to drive about 500 miles per day before the driver needs to stop for sleep, etc. It is dangerous to drive while sleep-deprived, so include motel stays along the way there and back in your budget. Note that by the time you include gas, wear and tear on your car, and motel rooms and food, it may be cheaper to fly. The amount to budget for food depends on whether you eat a fast food restaurants or sit down restaurants. Check restaurant menus to see how much you would spend. Bring extra cash for tips and tolls and unforeseen emergencies (flat tire, etc.)
  • if you plan on staying in a hotel, that'll cost you around $250 maybe 300 per night for the 3 of you. For food you can go to any fast food restaurant and spend about $25 for the 3. I don't know i mean depends really on how long your staying, but i say it's best to bring the most you can. It's better for there to be some money "leftover" than for there not be enough. Hope all goes well in California ^_^
  • We would prefer not to fly(too expensive) and we also do not want to ride in a car or train because that gets uncomfortable. I was thinking that if we can be comfortable on the road, we will ride in a car or something. There are three of us(14, 16, 16) and we are departuring from Los Angeles, CA going to El Paso, TX. We don't want to spend too much because we aren't rich(well, our parents aren't) and we are going to see our dad. What can we do to get there safely, budget-friendly and comfortably?
  • Southwest Airlines will have special deals from LAX to El Paso. You need to know when you will be flying and keep checking those dates. There are other airlines that probably fly this route---ask your parents to keep track of the rates. They can check travelocity.com or ask a travel agent to shop for your tickets. Start trying to save your money--babysit, wash cars, do lawn work, whatever you can do to get extra cash. Flying is probably the safest way for your to make your journey. Good luck, I hope you can find bargain fares.
  • ok flying is out, you don't want to ride in a car or a train. not old enough to drive. that leaves bus, ship or walking. ship won't work. so it is either the bus or walking. try hitch-hiking then read your question, you are not making sense at all
  • My wife was cleaning our office drawer and found an expired check from Chicago title. It is a payment to us during a home purchase in 2008. It was an overpayment refund. Is it possible to cash the check and obtain these funds. I don't know the law much here in California regarding this. Answers will greatly appreciated.
  • If it has expired, the bank will probably not accept it unless the clerk simply misses the expiration date. If they do accept it, it will bounce.
  • I want to sue Wells Fargo in California, where I live, it's a long story but basically their ATM machine at one of the branches took $600 from me. A claims person told me to check with the bank in the morning because when they open the ATM machine they'll find $600 that is not attached to any account. So I did and they said there was no "unclaimed" money. I have a receipt saying I put $600 cash into my account but it's not there and the bank cannot find it. So I want to know can I sue them and how do I go about it?!
  • (1) Never deposit cash in an ATM machine. Always do it in person. (2) You need to talk to the branch manager. Be nice, but insist on a resolution to the fact that you have a receipt but no deposit in your account. You will need to file a formal complaint with the branch first -- which is what you should have done on day 1. If the person you talked to didn't have you signing documents and giving you a follow process, odds are pretty high that the claims person isn't following the banks own procedures.
  • they should honor your receipt as proof of deposit.
  • This ****** sorry excuse for a businessman screwed us so bad and in a check memo, he wrote "full and final payment for termination of partnership, cashing of check constitutes acceptance of terms". What a crock! So we cashed it because he owed us much more than the measly grand he sent us. So can someone provide me with a law code and description that states the check memo is not binding or so forth...? Thank you sooooo much!!!
  • You should talk to a lawyer about this, it should be easy to see that it was written in by him and not yourself. As far as a legal code, you could do some legal research on it, if you know how to, if not just call a lawyer.
  • I.D. required upon cashing out at the cashiers window. Edit: I.D. not required to enter and I have never been carded. However if you DO win money then you need I.D. Some of the casinos have automated cashiers for the slot receipts, but if you play table games have I.D.
  • Nope, nothing by that name. You would think if they are a legit place, they would show up on Google somewhere, I did an extensive search, but didn't find anything anywhere. Many unscrupulous talent and modeling agencies will lead you to believe that you have what it takes to be a model or actor. However, far too often, wannabe actors and models are victimized by fraudulent agencies promising money, exposure and stardom. There are ethical and legitimate talent and modeling agencies in the entertainment business. Before becoming involved with an agency, know exactly what they should be doing for you. An agency should be engaged in the marketing and booking of talent. Usually a state license is required to book work for a fee. The agent's role is to promote the talent who has contracted for their marketing services, negotiate the most favorable contract for the talent and collect a commission from the talent. You should interview your agent as thoroughly as you would interview your doctor, lawyer, or CPA. Remember, the agent will be working for you, not vice versa. Carefully review your contract with your agent. This is your agreement regarding what the agent will do to earn the commission you pay. To help you detect fraudulent opportunities, the Better Business Bureau warns that disreputable agencies often: •Ask for up-front money, which may be called "registration," "consultation," or "administrative" fees. Legitimate agents work on a commission. They don't get any money until you get paid for doing the work they have obtained for you. •Pressure you to leave a check or cash deposit or sign a contract immediately. The agent may insist that you take acting lessons at a particular school or from a particular teacher; or may try to get you to buy expensive photographs, audition tapes, or other services or materials sold by someone he or she suggests. An agent's time should be spent finding work for his or her client, not selling products and services. •Display pictures of famous models or celebrities on the walls to make you believe they are represented by that agency, although they're not. •Use names which sound similar to well-known agencies. Fraudulent companies will sometimes do this to give the incorrect impression that they are connected to a legitimate entity. •Place phony ads in the help wanted section of newspapers that say something like, "new faces wanted" for commercials, movies or modeling or claim that "no experience is necessary." Problems or complaints about an agent or an agency may be referred to the BBB, state Department of Licensing and Regulation or consumer protection agency in the city where the company is located. To obtain helpful consumer information on a particular agency, you will need to contact the local BBB that serves that particular city.
  • Is there a query in there? Are you heavily attempting to evaluate Florida to California? Florida is a extensive swamp packed with humidity, mosquitoes, and alligators. the only reason all and sundry ever went there became for dirt-low-fee land (if it is likewise possible to call it land.) Disney placed their park there because of the fact they'd purchase an entire county so they could be sovereign! It won't even exist in yet another couple of many years while the Greenland ice shelf slides of into the sea. California contains a million/5 or the U. S. inhabitants and much extra of the money. If it wasn't area of the U. S., it often is the 12th best economic device interior the worldwide.
  • If you didn't find any info by searching on the internet, I'd be really leery.
  • Usually the Ch. 7 trustee issues a report to the court indicating where the money went, at least in California where I practice. Did you check and see whether any such report was filed with the court? You can check some bankruptcy records online with the PACER system. Your court should be available online at www.uscourts.gov.
  • was it a chapter 7 bankruptcy or a chapter 13. on the car if there was a lien on it, it is sold and the company with that lien is given the money. on the cash, court fees are taken out, and the rest is divided according to a schedule of secured and then unsecured debtors. Was it dismissed ( meaning you are not going to get to go bankrupt) or was it discharged meaning the bankruptcy is final
  • Why because you will be handling cash and the company does not want to hire someone with poor credit who just might steal.
  • Good credit = reliable people.
  • I have a competition cheer team in california. I am the coach and owner, yes I have talked to the state about this and they do not actually have a straight answer so I am hoping to talk to a team owner about how to get the business side of this going. Do I need an actual business license, if so what kind?? I will not be opening a gym just renting someone's floor so I think that effects the factors a bit. How would I file taxes? I would not have employees it would just be me and I would be doing fundraisers so cashing fundraiser checks made out to the team is something I would need to do ..... I need help honestly if you could tell me what I need to know I would be so grateful! maybe a tax expert or IRS employee reading this could help me too??
  • obviously this is conducted with the intent of making a profit, thus it is a business as any business, a license is probably required by your local licensing dept. without employees you do not need an EIN unless you incorporate or form a partnership
  • It seems you have several unrelated questions. 1. Business license (You talked to "the state") but you really should talk to the bureau of licensing to see what you need. As unclear as your question is, it is understandable that you did not get a specific answer. 2. Taxes: talk to a tax expert in your area. You obviously have access to the internet so do an online search, or even better speak to other business owners in your area for recommendations. 3. Fundraising; this could have tax implications so see the answer above. 4. Cashing checks; especially if you are doing fundraising it is important to keep this legal and above board. At the very minimum you should have a separate business account. What about insurance? If you are really a coach and owner, you might want to get some professional help because it does not seem that you have a clear plan.
  • We are moving to Los Angeles next week and I just made an appointment for my husband and me at the DMV for us to get our licenses and to register our cars. I've read through the information and it says that if you previously had a license in another state you should bring that with you, but it has to be valid. My Colorado drivers license expired in January but I didn't get it renewed because we were living in New Zealand at the time and just returned 2 weeks ago. I do still have that license. What's the process? I do have a valid passport, valid insurance, a marriage certificate, birth certificate and all that. We'll have proof of residency too.
  • Paperwork to bring with you: Your passports and Colorado drivers licenses. And it is ok that the Colorado licenses are expired. The purpose of showing the licenses is so that you will not have to take the behind-the-wheel drive test. Though you will still have to take the written test. If you didn't have the passports, then your birth certificates plus marriage certificate would have worked. When you get to the DMV: You will need to have the form "DL-44" filled out, one for each of you. You can find this form at the DMV when you arrive. Fill the entire form out, except for the parental signature section, and the signature section at the very bottom. You have to wait and sign in the presence of the DMV employee. There should be a separate line for appointments, and it should move quicker than the non-appointment line. After you wait in line you will get your number, and if you have an appointment, you should only have to wait up to 15 minutes. When your number is called, the DMV employee will look at your paperwork and forms, have you sign the form, get your fingerprint, and charge you $31 each. DMV accepts cash, check, or atm/debit cards (no credit cards). Then you will be sent to the camera to verify your fingerprint, get a digital signature for your license, and take your picture. After all that, they will give you the test (yes, the picture comes before the test!). After you pass the test you will get a paper temporary, and your new California license will come in the mail, probably in about a week. And thats it! P.S.: There are sample written tests online at the DMV website: www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/pubs.htm . You have 3 tries to pass the test. If you do not pass the test the first time, you can immediately take the test again (if you are 18 or over), or you can study the book some more and come back later. If you do not pass the test the third time, the application becomes void, and you have to start over again from the beginning.
  • We hired this company, operated by Veronika Leoni, to decorate our wedding dinner. They took 2 hours and didn't finish half the things they said they would do, and then just left without saying anything. The centerpieces were done, only with the help of my own bridal party and friends. She didn't answer our calls during the entire event and did not respond to me with more than 1 liner in email afterwards. The workers that came aren't even employee of her company, they were just friends. And the workers came late to cleanup even though they were given phone calls more than an hour before we needed to leave the place, which resulted in overtime charges. To top off the nightmare, when I called her and she finally picked up the phone, she was unapologetic and claims that it was my fault that it happened. She offered excuses like, there weren't supposed to be people around when her workers are working etc. Anyway if you have a bad experience with her also, i like to hear about it. Thanks
  • I'm not familiar with the company, but I work in the business, and I'm really sorry you had this experience. I don't think you have much recourse other than to report her to the Better Business Bureau. If you paid her by credit card, you can dispute the charge by saying she didn't do what she was contracted to do, and back it up with your contract and pictures from the reception. But it sounds like she's a pretty small organization, and probably doesn't accept credit cards, so I'm guessing you paid cash or check. The sad thing is that this is sooooo common in the wedding industry. Many vendors take the attitude that there is no referral or repeat business when it comes to weddings, because most people only do it once. They are of the opinion that they'll never see you again, so it doesn't matter. I talked to a woman a few years ago who was looking for a place to have her daughter's bridal shower on short notice. When I asked what happened to the place she had originally booked, she said they changed the room on her last minute. The room they booked, and that was named in her contract, was a large, beautiful room with windows overlooking the golf course. Apparently the banquet manager had the "opportunity" to book a larger party in that room, so he took the booking and then called this woman to tell her he was changing her room. When she went to see it, it had no windows and was way too small for the number of guests she had invited. When she showed him the contract and said "you can't change my room", his response was "This is the banquet business. I can do anything I want." My personal sales philosophy, and that of the company that I work for, is that you live and die by referrals. Every week we meet with prospective clients who say they were at a wedding/shower/rehearsal dinner at our place, or they had been referred by a friend or family member who had or had been to a wedding there. While it's rare for people to go out of their way to write a letter when a company provides above average service, we get them on a regular basis. On the other hand, bad referrals can kill a business. Tell everyone you know about what happened to you. Tell them why you booked the in the first place (price, service, value for the money), and what the final result was. Hopefully word will get around that she's not reputable to do business with, and she won't be around long enough to do this to too many more people. Sorry to hear about you bad experience, but try not to focus on it "ruining" the wedding. If the DJ was great, the food was great, and your guests had an otherwise great time, I'm sure no one noticed that all of your decorations weren't there.
  • I have experienced something like this before, not with a wedding though, but with some masonry that was supposed to be finished in 4 months, but took 3 freakin' years, and even then, it wasn't properly done! You made a deal to hire them, and ff there was any problems, she should've called you and told you what the situation was, not leave! My advice is: Don't pay untill they've done their work!
  • It was a pinky bone, and it was a paper cut that did it, he received the paper cut cashing his check from the unions.
  • Kind of hard to claim he cut the Kalifornia state budget to the bone when we still have a $25 billion spending deficit. And you're right. Not a SINGLE unionized state employee has been laid off.
  • We're still waiting for the budget cuts to start, any time now. In the mean time, he wants us to vote to extend temporary tax hikes for five years, which shows you that temporary tax increases are never temporary. The last time California saw a temporary tax end when it was supposed to end, George Deukmejian was the governor.
  • How many state workers have been hired to replace those that retired? ZERO How many are going to be hired in the near future? ZERO Are state agency's non profit organizations? Yes Do states purchasing clout (vehicles, computers and other equipment) save the taxpayer money? Yes Are state employees being furloughed indefinitely? Yes
  • The $500,000/year government jobs have not been touched. However, there will be severe cut backs in police and fire departments, and garbage collection. He will threaten to lay off teachers (OH! Our poor Children! On and on). Have no fear though: 1) no bureaucrats position will ever be in jeopardy. 2) the massive entitlements will not be diminished...in fact there will be further demands. 3) there will be demands for federal bailout.
  • Governor Brown is a liar.
  • Any "scam" is illegal by definition. What you're describing is a form of fraud. When you do it across state lines, and you misuse the postal service to do it, it's usually going to be a federal matter, too. What can they do? Report you both to the postal inspector, and to law enforcement, including law enforcement local to wherever they send the check.
  • it's fraud and theft. And since two different states are involved, it becomes a federal rather than a state crime. All the scam victim has to do is call the police and you will be arrested How can you not know this is illegal??
  • It is illegal to scam someone of their money. It doesn't matter if it's via Craigslist, or Amazon, or carrier pigeon. They tell their police, who contact your police, and you get arrested.
  • Yes they can contact the bank and cancel the check. If you spent it you will have penalties for a bounced check. Most banks will remove your account. If they decide to press charges they totally can because you're violating a federal law. Doesn't matter what state you're in it'll be in the FBIs hands.
  • people rip off other people all the time on Craigslist. It's a world filled with wonderful people.
  • Of course it's illegal. All "scams" are illegal.
  • It's theft, as well as bank fraud. If they send a check in the mail, it's also postal fraud. Two fo those are federal charges, so you had better not.
  • Of course, it's theft. They can call the police where you are and have you arrested.
  • Yes. It's called fraud. What can they do? Call the police.
  • California is going broke because it's taxpayers are having difficulty supporting the nation of Mexico. It is good that the liberals in California are so generous to spread their wealth. This will be the state of things in all of America is Obama gets his economic plan in place. Can everyone spell poverty?
  • Right now we(USA) are in a depression, offcourse it is a little emergency and it keeps going downhill. Declaring a financial emergency may have been right because bussinesses are broke and though Schwarzenegger cant seem to talk straight and didnt have good reasons for favoring McCain, it isnt his fault and his state is in trouble.
  • And he had the audacity to suggest that Obama was a girly man. Just like Palin, Awnold had no business being governor of California. The man is a body-builder for goodness sake. But unlike Sarah, he has no oil reserves to help run his state. Whew! I'm glad we dodged that one. Glad McCain and Palin didn't win. We would be worse off than we are now.
  • California is, like most of the other states, operating with a deficit. And it goes to show that actors should not be politicians, yet, they persist in thinking that they can do it, that politics is just another role they get to play.
  • Because we are bankrupted. Broke. No funds. We are losing it out here.
  • What you are quoting is his character in a movie, he is a politician now, what you say doesn't make any sense.
  • Remember kids, stay in school!
  • He's a republican. And you are an idjut
  • As long as you have PROOF the claim was paid in full, the plaintiff will only be penalized if he files a claim with the sherrif for non payment. He does not have to advise the court that the claim was paid, and neither do you as defendant. The court order for you to pay was satisfied when he cashed the check or signed a receipt for cash payment.
  • $28 No scam here! This is real! Been paid many times! Want extra money? Take easy 5 min. yes/no surveys on your computer for extra cash. Get paid for each one that you complete. Check is sent to your house. No scam. Stay at home moms and young teens have been making extra money this way for years. Costs you nothing! http://sites.google.com/site/teensandmomsneedingcash
  • just practice and drive normally you dont need to be nervous if you are a safe driver. im not sure what they test you on in california but in new york they test you on turns parallel parking and k turns
  • it should be part of your driving test after you pass the exam it will be done by a DMV employee. Youre not gonna get charged for the Driving test specifically but you will have your total fee for your license
  • That is not necessary, you can ask cash cheque or cash payment because you are going to work there permanently..
  • I really need to mail this letter out, but I've never really mailed anything out before without help from my dad. I know, it's sad how slow I am at this kind of stuff, But I've written everything down on the envelope, I just want to know how many stamps I need to put on the envelope, because I saw my dad's mail and on it was an envelope from Louisiana, and it had 3 of those big stamps. I was like, 'wtf? I need that many ?' I'm just making sure I'm using the stamps with a cracked bell on it saying USA First Class Forever: http://photos.state.gov/galleries/guadalajara/38021/hawkesa/LibertyBellStamp%20v3.jpg The small one, not the big one. This is really important, because it contains money in it also.
  • 44 cents for the first ounce. You can take your letter to the post office and have it weighed for the correct postage. The forever stamp is good,even if you paid 42 cents for it,it still counts as a 44 cent stamp. Do not ever send cash through the mail,use a check or money order. Letters may sustain damage or get torn during delivery and the money will fall out. Also,some postal workers are always looking for envelopes with cash in them. NOTE: I said "some" not "all" workers.
  • one forever stamp. As long as it is a letter size envelope. Never send money via mail.
  • Stamps depend on weight not destination. If its just a regular letter than one stamps. but if it weighs a little then ask your post man.
  • If it's under an ounce in weight, that small "forever stamp" is all you need for anywhere in the USA.
  • depends on weight.... first ounce is 42 cents.... that would be 2 - 3 pages.
  • liek zomg put liek 20 0n dere and it w1ll s3nd n0 matter wat
  • My father who died just three months ago intestate (or so I thought) died with oil property never signed over to him from his father (he had the same name and cashed checks in his father SR.'s name for twenty years) As i was filing succession some bookie (my father had signed this will to pay gambling debt I was told?) appeared with a "will" more than twenty years old and took everything, which some South Louisiana judge (a friend of the bookie's signed off on without contacting me. I'm the only living relative. I am poor. My father was a heroine addict most of his life and if the will was real was definitely signed under undue influence. My lawyer, a Louisiana lawyer, said there's nothing I can do. "That's just how it is down here. If you have connections and money they win". I live in a state of actual laws (California) so am stupefied by this. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
  • Even in California, a will is honored by the courts. It may be unfair, it may suck, but the last properly executed will is the one that is honored.
  • That lawyer's explanation leaves a lot to be desired. Since there was an actual will, if it was really signed by your father, and the estate has already been distributed, I think it would be a very difficult case, and few if any lawyers would want to take it.
  • I received a Personal money order not a check from them.Jim Bosco an agent assigned to my case said that ,"it was a payment for taxes on a Sweepstake from Readers Digest Publisher Clearing House."I should deposit the personal money order into my IRC in LA. California.This is For the registration with the state lottery Gamming Commission.Then they will send me the balance of my winnings.Whats up with this?
  • It's a complete scam. The check may look very authentic, it may even be real. You deposit it into your checking account, and a few days later it will bounce. When it bounces you are supplying various con people involved in this scam with your bank account details. Of course if you send them any money from cashing this check you will be SOL when the check bounces and you are left paying a bounce fee and have lost the money you sent them. Readers Digest and PCH are not going to conspire to act in such a strange manner. Call either company and they will be happy to tell you it's a scam, or just email them.
  • I live in CA and I rent. My landlord has me mail in my rent and I did on the 31st (my husband is government we get paid the 1st and 15th). I sent it certified mail, well he calls and tells me two days ago that it wasnt recieved yet. I tracked it and he's right it has not arrived, now i've filed a complaint with the postal service and we're working on finding out where it is. My question is if it is lost, it's a money order, what am I supposed to do for the rent money, can they cahrge me a late fee even if I mailed it on time? What if it's never found?
  • I would make sure you keep your landlord up to date on everything going on with this situation. They can charge a late fee, check your rental agreement. They can also serve you with a 3 day notice to pay rent or quit. This is why I advise you to keep them informed. Some landlords are very understanding to things like this as long as they do not occur every month. Have you called the company that you bought the money orders from yet? You can usually check over the phone whether they have been cashed or not. If not, they will mail you a claim form. I believe there is also a charge. You have to double check with them. If they have not been cashed by anyone then they will reimburse you the money minus their cost. This of course does take some time so let your landlord know. Show them your receipts for the money orders and explain to them what you need to do. I know this is frustrating for you and your husband. Everything will work out. Hopefully, it will be delivered to your landlord without any further problems. You may want to discuss with your landlord another way to pay rent besides mailing it. Perhaps, they could pick it up in person once a month. GOOD LUCK!!
  • You should read your lease agreement. Late is late, he can charge you late fees unless you have a prior agreement, because of this postal thing. You must have retained all the paper work for your certified mail, go back to that post office and speak to the supervisor or a post master general at that office. You should have a checking account, this other means is a little back water to me, it leaves you in the situation you have now, at least with a checking account you can cancel that check. If your lease, has run out, it also grounds for eviction as with a lease, you've breached the agreement. You've kept your paper work and was able to photocopy this and send it to your landlord as proof your intent was honest and good, you should be fine. It should be rectified really quickly, because all this can get out hand really quick. Best of luck.
  • Yes, the owner can charge you a late fee if he didn't get the money on time -- but, he might forebear since you can show that the payment was timely mailed. As for what to do if the letter remains missing, talk to the USPS. In future, set up an automatic payment scheme with your bank; that way, if something goes goofy, the bank will take care of it.
  • I have been employed by Lane Bryant, Charming Shoppes Inc. for the past year. I put in my two weeks about 2 and a half weeks ago and my store manager called me and told me I had to come in and pick up my paycard and sign some papers. I have been receiving my paycheck via direct deposit for the past year. I know from other girls that work there that the store manager doesn't like to do things "by the book" so I just want to make sure.
  • Your final paycheck does not have to be by paycard--it can be direct deposited. There is no law specifying it must be one way or the other, and is left entirely to company policy. However, by California law you must receive your final pay within 48 hours of the end of your last shift, unless you agree in writing that it can be longer. That final paycheck should include not only payment for all hours worked & owed, but also any cash-out value of unused vacation time. Because of these extras, and because many times that 48 hour window doesn't fall on a normal payday, a lot of companies prefer to issue an actual check. It also provides an incentive for the employee to come in and sign any paperwork the company wants/needs signed.
  • I'm doing some legal work and need to obtain some copies of court records. The nearest courthouse is quite a distance away. My son (who is 16 and just got his license), is willing to do some running for me. I didn't know if you had to sign for anything, or if anyone would give him any trouble because of his age. I tried calling the courthouse, but it closed at 5. So does anybody know if he could obtain the records or not?
  • When you view a court file, the court does review and sometimes hold your identification. I think he may have some trouble. But I am not aware of any specific law precluding minors from viewing public documents. Call the clerk again tomorrow. Also, your directions should be very specific as to what document you want copied. The court charges a per page fee: certified copies are expensive and less for uncertified copies. But it's not Kinko's. And find out if they accept cash, check or charge.
  • not from usa yet heres a table of ways the cities experimented the earthquake. MMI city inhabitants V Yorba Linda 65k V Chino Hills 67k IV Placentia 49k IV Los Serranos 7k IV Brea 40k IV Villa Park 6k IV Anaheim 328k IV Santa Ana 343k III la 3,695k III Riverside 298k III long sea coast 483k V = average shaking IV=gentle shaking III= susceptible shaking
  • Hi there. I don't think there are any restrictions but maybe there is. Why don't you just it online or something? Easier and much faster?
  • Have you discovered Plato's Closet yet? This is a very upscale trendy resale shop franchise that ONLY takes and resells very gently used clothing items of the latest styles and popular labels. The prices may vary in California, but at the franchise in Bossier City, LA, we were able to find Aeropostale and American Eagle jeans for less than $20, and T-shirts & tops for between $10-15. They will also take your used items & give you cash for them if they meet their standards. This is NOT your average resale shop--they ONLY take teen styles and sizes, no kids, no old lady clothes. Below is a link to the locations that may be near you--it's worth checking out!
  • Prolly in Southern New York/Northern New Jersey: New York City, Newark just cuz i already live in Northern, NJ (only about 38 miles away from Newark) But i wouldn't wanna actuall live in Newark or New York City or any other city lol.
  • Wet Seal Papaya Plato's Closet Kohls Old Navy Charlotte Russe [I've never went there, but my friends ALWAYS tell me that they have great clothes there] And I know it sounds kinda cheap, but Target has some cute stuff.
  • ross and Aeropostale I bought some cute jeans at Aeropastale 2 nights ago for 10$
  • Plato's Closet
  • my fav is charlotte russe. thye always have cute things and everythign is always cheap. like shirts for 6 bucks and have a huge huge huge clearance area at utc. and jeans are like 20 and are super comfy. chonies are 5 for ten they're dresses are normally aorund 30.. it's awesome
  • Wet Seal is the best for cute and cheap clothing! http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
  • jc penny kohls target old navy sale rack tj maxx ross idk which f these are in cali but theyre all pretty cheap and have great clothes
  • wet seal forever 21 =]
  • well maybe try forever21.com or wet seal or delias
  • The California DMV link below gives the closest office to you. There is also a place to click to find other close offices. This is what it says for Pasadena: DMV Office in Pasadena 49 S. Rosemead Boulevard Pasadena, 91107 (800)777-0133 Services Provided: ○ Driver License and ID Card Processing ○ Vehicle Registration Self Service Terminals (SST) Cash, credit card, debit card or check are all acceptable forms of payment. Hours of Operation Office Hours Mon., Tues., Thurs., Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • I don't know of any state where street performing is illegal. Many cities and towns, however, do have ordinances so it may be illegal or require a permit in certain places, you will have to check the city laws where you are.
  • Welfare fraud is a pretty serious offense. The amount they stated includes all the benefits she received while she wasn't eligible,such as cash assistance,food stamps,medical assistance,housing,child care. She will definitely have to pay back the government for the benefits she received fraudulently and also the court fees. She could also be looking at a large fine,jail time and losing custody of her children.
  • This would be some serious trouble. She needs to talk to an attorney and see what options are available for her. I don't live in CA,so I don't know the specifics of that state's law, but I know felony fraud can most certainly land her in jail if found guilty!!
  • Your fiancee will have to pay back the 40,000.00. Your fiancee will have to do jail time and pay back the resulting fines. Having no priors will not matter because she 'stole' from the government. These kinds of cases usually are not negotiable.
  • First off, I'd make her my ex fiance, and second, she's looking at restitution, maybe some time. Depends on how good of a lawyer she gets. Either way, she'll carry the felony record with her, and it'll be difficult to find a job. Are you willing to be financialy responsible for her and her kids?
  • a large fine or prison most likely a fine. Just take the prison idea as a 15% chance. She will probably pay double if shes guilty. She can countersue also. Just find the crook
  • 16 checks = $40.000?? wow im going on welfare.that's whats wrong with this country.well she stole 40.000..she needs so be in prison.if you steal $40.000 from you employer that's where you would go.but im sure the messed up state of California will say.oh she needs it,lets give here more.make pelosi pay it. hey R.I.P. i think your right.our country is done.
  • naahh nah nah nahh nah nah nah hey hey goodbye. my bet is 5 to serve 3.
  • Even with an excellent attorney - JAIL!
  • I entered into a contract w/ a person to invest in a singing group. The manager cashed the check into his account and the group and manager spent the money on personal items and never used the money towards the business. This was in 2004 in California. I was to make 20% interest on all monies earned. I was never paid back. What are my legal options to be repaid for the original $200,000 invested, the lost use of that money, and the additional personal money which was invested into the group? Also, would I pursue legal action against the manager and group in one suit or in two separate suits? Finally, the people were sneaky enough to destroy the contracts (including ones I had in storage).
  • If you have no contract and no other proof of an agreement between you and the other party, there's no much you can do. You can sue anyone, for any reason, but without any proof of your claim, it would be a he said/she said situation in court, and you are very unlikely to win. If you called the police and reported your missing contracts from the storage facility after the break in occurred, you may have something to go on.
  • I had a conversation with an individual on Facebook about buying a piece of art made by him. I'm in California, and the artist I sent the check to lives in N.J. The check was received and cashed on October 3rd and he said that the painting would be sent out that Friday, and I haven't received anything yet and it's now November 3rd. In his defense he has claimed he's been busy with medical emergencies, but I cannot go on very much longer. When should I take action? What action can i take?
  • Not much you can do but learn from the experience. If the artist was going to send the art, it would have come by now. If he was having medical emergencies, he could take it to a UPS store and they could pack it for him and send it out. To get your money, you'd need to sue the artist. You may have to sue him in N.J., but I'm not a lawyer. Even if you got a legal judgment against him, you'd have to collect it. And you'd have to pay a lawyer along the way. It's probably not enough money to try to collect.
  • I work at a restaurant in California. Does anyone know if it is legal for the manager/owner to hold the server responsible if someone ditches out on the check? I have seen it happen too many times at the restaurant where I work. Someone doesn't pay the bill and the server is forced to pay for it out of their tips. I imagine this isn't legal. Please let me know your source!
  • I've never heard it was legal unless you get a high number of walkouts and suspect you are pocketing the cash, then they may make you pay... but if that is they case they may just terminate you cause they can fire you at will. I worked in a restaurant for years and I had a few walkouts but I never had to pay for it. According to these lawyers, its illegal: "Under California law, an employer cannot deduct losses from an employee's paycheck unless the loss is the result of gross negligence. " See this page for more info: http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/is-it-...
  • Nope. You have to use a credit card to reserve the hotel room... and when you check in, you have to show them that credit card. Even if you pay in cash, there's absolutely no way around it... cause you still have to have a credit card for the room in case something goes wrong and they have to bill you.
  • Nope. Because you must be 18 to sign a contract, and when you check into a hotel, you are signing a contract. This guarantees that you will pay for your room, and for any damage you do. They check ID to make sure you are who you say you are. The hotel doesn't want the liability of having underage drinking in the room, or other illegal activities, which is why they won't allow parents to rent a hotel room for minors. Even if your parents would guarantee that they would pay for any charges, they can't guarantee that you'll behave and not do anything illegal. Many hotels won't even rent to under 21's. If you're not up to no good, why not see if your parent will chaperone you, stay in one room, while you stay in another with your friends. Hotels are usually OK with that, especially if they're connecting rooms. Good luck!
  • Yes, its easy for someone under 18 to get a hotel room. No hotel really cares if you're under 18 or not, although, you have to have your parents make a reservation for you or if you have your own credit or debbit card. They just need this as someway to be able to bill you for the hotel room and for any possible liabilties like stolen or broken property. ^-^ Best of luck to ya ^-^
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  • i will be 18 years old next month and i am in california with family for the summer i want to earn some money while im down here and i thought a good way to get some easy cash as my boyfriend told me was to work at a strip club.. i think you have to be 18 or something like that but i also want to know how you get the job or how to prepare myself please answer asap thanks
  • 18 but the money is not easy. you have to pay the club to work there and you may not make back your money. it is like a flea market. you rent a space on the rotation of girls like renting a table. and like a flea market it is a business. the people with other tables don't tell how to sell things and the other girls will not tell w u what to say to people. do not listen to anything ur boy f tells you unless he spends alot of money at clubs ON DANCES-not just showering 1s. use the cheesy pickup lines guys use on you. don't let them blow smoke up ur ***. guys will try to seperate u from the people that will tell u the truth so they can use u. even streetwalkers can tell u things u are better off knowing. take a padlock for ur bag. look right above their heads when on stage. walk up facing people, not behind them. small talk- whats ur name,where r u from,what do u do. the bigger the city they are from, the less the sticker shock. blisters-oragel. no glitter. smell like food,not flowers,not candy. make sure that u can always name the last 3 songs played. they will try to get u wrapped up in talk and waste ur time. most clubs hire anyone willing to pay them. they are booking a show, u have to fit into the show but they work for u. tell the manager u want to check out the club to dance there. u r not hoping 4 a job, u r picking a club. take ur SS card and drivers license, u need both. assume the girls in the club know other girls in other clubs across the country and u will see them again. management rarely lasts more than 2 yrs and they stay in one place. u could be staring at the same girls for 10 yrs, pick ur enemies wisely.
  • you have to have a decent body and 18 start going to strip clubs and contact the manager after that ask them that you need a job, now please can you answer mine question it will only take 2 seconds and like you need easy cash, i need so too so please answer this : http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AgUCJTLcG7zTSfLQQpWuxlXty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20110621111409AAu8oxQ
  • I purchased a vehicle in California in '99. Paid out right for it. The registration came with a lien holder which I really never paid attention to. Since then the car dealership where I purchased the car moved and is now out of business. Also the finance company that was on the title(that NEVER should have been there to begin with)is also out of business. I need the lien holder off the title. I was also in a accident which they totaled out the car and sent me a check. Which I cant cash because it also had the finance company on it as well as my name. What can I do? PLease some advice???
  • At the time of getting the title, you might have been able to correct the problem. 11 years later, with all the players out of business, it's unlikely you can do anything. But go talk to the DMV and see what, if anything can be done. I would put it all in written form and send it up the Sacramento. California Department Of Motor Vehicles 2415 1st Ave F-111 Sacramento, CA 95818
  • I checked my Bank of America accounts online (checking and savings accounts), and I noticed a suspicious charge to my checking account (debit card). It was a checkcard purchase at the Free Mason Store in Brooklyn, New York on March 14, 2008 for $0.53. Now I am in San Francisco, California, and the charge on my debit card before that one was a purchase I made at Best Buy, 2 hours before the NY charge. I've already called Bank of America, and they said that they were going to cancel my debit card, and then send me a new debit card with a new number. They said that my old card number had been "compromised." I'm gonna go to my bank in the morning, but I just wanna know now if there's anything more serious to this? The charge was only for 53 cents so maybe the thieves were testing to see if my account was active, but should I worry about identity theft? Should I close my accounts? I don't have any credit cards, I only use debit card and cash. What steps should I take? Thanks!!!
  • The bank did all that was necessary by canceling the card. I had a similar experience 2 weeks ago.
  • not to worry -- between you and the bank you have all of your bases covered!!!!
  • my friends and i want to make some money and seeing as we're 14, nobody hires us and this seemed like a fun way to make money. I understand that its not all gonna be fun and we have to put a lot of work into it, but were up for the challenge. so any information would help us. or even any other ideas on how to raise money. thank u for ur help!
  • You need to get a sellers permit to operate and collect sales tax and then you would need to register with the IRS (if you collect more than $400). Keep in mind you can only get taxed once, so when you get the sellers permit and you need to buy supplies, you fill out a blanket exemption form to give to the wholesaler or shop so your supply purchases are tax free (and then you put tax on what you sell). Being 14, you are out of luck on money collection unless it is a check or cash. You can get a student Paypal account but your parents would need to open it and they would have to accept requests to deposit into your account.
  • You guys are 14 and obviously familiar with the internet..... Take some good pictures of your jewelry, find an adult that is willing to sponsor an Ebay and paypal account and voila... you are set to sell your jewelry online. Discuss this idea with your parents.... one of them will have to set up the ebay account and pay pal account to get this off the ground and of course will have to supervise all activities pertaining to the sales, etc.
  • OK, my hair is 13 inches long, and I want to donate it to Locks of Love. I have been growing out my hair for three years for the specific purpose of eventually donating it to Locks of Love. Here's the problem. I cannot find a participating Locks of Love salon in Stockton! Now I have just looked online, but the Locks of Love site does not list participating salons. I searched by "participating Locks of Love salons" online with Google, and found participating salons for every city, except Stockton! (Well, it seemed that way! :) I've almost gotten to the point where I am planning to chop my hair off myself, and send it in, but I think that idea will be a last resort. Who knows, with a bit of hair gel, it could be a very funky look! :) Anyway, can you help? Thanks so much, and have a great day! :)
  • http://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=loc...http://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=loc...http://outside.in/San_Diego_CA/tags/lock...
  • After court you're ordered to pay restitution and "x" in this case someone is being charged $700. (already paid)Plus redondo beach city(I'm guessing police) booking fees which is $250(not yet paid)... A lawyer that gave advice says you don't gave to pay that $250 fee bc it's small and they wouldn't bother Going after you ..so is that true? Will everything be ok if it is not payed?
  • You will get harassing letters and them they give it to a collection agency. They can't arrest you for not paying it. It will go on your credit report. Lower your rating. If when you decide to pay it off. pay the City of Redondo Beach. NOT the collection agency! You can make payments. They will tell you they want it all at once. But they will charge you a payment fee. Like you give them $50 and they deduct $45. Your call. You send them a check or nooney order and they will cash it! the lawyer is right. It's a city fee.
  • always take your lawyers advice since he will want a new fee to defend you when the warrant is issued for disobeying the court order. All ReDondo does is go into court once a month with a list of non payees and ask for warrants. Not much of a bother and they get to arrest you again and charge you booking fee again.
  • Wow. I sure don't see it the lawyer's way. Every dollar is expected to be paid or you can be charged with contempt of court.
  • My mom is 7 months pregnant, she only had ultrasound during the first period of her pregnancy in Vietnam. She moved to USA and now has no insurance. We applied medi-cal for her but haven't heard from them since. My family want a doctor to check her before she goes into labor. We're willing to pay cash for this one check-up/appointment. We found out that all the doctors in our region are patient-full.. Im afraid that medi-cal will not come in time of her labor, which we would have to pay the hospital bill. What can we do? Is there any other program we can enroll her in? Any suggestion Thanks,
  • You should go to any community clinic and pay cash as soon as possible. They are out-patient clinics. Sometimes they are inside a hospital or medical school or in the community. Some are run by the city or county. Some are womens clinics. There are many of them. Google community or health clinics. There is another program in California called CMSP.
  • i grow to be interior the comparable boat as you in hassle-free terms i grow to be already 5 months! i were using my mothers coverage considering that i'm an entire time scholar yet whilst me and the babys daddy have been given married the HMO kicked me off considering that i grow to be now not a based. I had to circulate to the welfare place of work and practice for scientific (medicare for california) they simply accpet human beings over 21 in the event that they are pregnant so which you will could desire to hold a evidence of being pregnant. you could in all probability get a loose or low value preg attempt at deliberate parenthool or a loose health facility. additionally verify you carry evidence of umemployment meaning if yo havent already utilized for unemployment you will could desire to despite if your declare is denied you could desire to coach which you tried. additionally carry social protection card and your lease and application receipts or you will could desire to come back decrease back with those issues b4 they're going to start up your case and it will take even longer. interior the intervening time start up taking some OTC prenatal supplementations
  • Try plant parenthood they help people with no insurance google PLANT PARENTHOOD and put your zip code and the nearest one too you will pop up. Good luck honey and pay no mind to the stupid comment above some people are just ignorant I wish your mom all the luck in world god bless you oh and by the way I think its nice that you are trying to help your mom dont worry everything will be fine.
  • Have your mother, or you, call up the state and find out if her paperwork has been processed yet for the state medicaid insurance. Also search online for local free clinics or free or low cost pregnancy care.
  • If you go to Planned Parenthood, they usually do a lot of things for you for free :)
  • Keep calling the welfare office or better yet go in and apply again!
  • GO BACK TO YOUR COUNTRY!
  • I was issued a citation for tinted windows by the California highway patrol. I took of the tints and got signed off at my local PD. I mailed it in to the court about 6/27 and my appointed court date is on July 8. The court hasn't cashed the check i sent to them. My question is do i have to show up to court if the check doesn't get cashed before the court date? Can i call the court and ask if they have received my payment and proof of correction? Jurisdiction is Ventura County.
  • It would be just a safe choice to go ahead and call the courts to make sure that they received your check. Theres many things that could go wrong such as the mailman accidently dropped your check in the sewer. Always try to be pro-active in life and make sure all the ends are covered and looked after. It's always best to be overly cautious than to find yourself in a predicument. Rather than be spontaneous and automatic........tell yourself to stop and think first. This is your life. Nobody elses. You and only you are responsible for your actions or ignorance. Dont ignore this. Call the courts. ;)
  • You can afford a rental apartment or condo (maybe a small house) in an ok area of Pasadena, but not enough to buy a house in one of the nicer neighborhoods, unless you have a very large amount of cash for a down payment. There might be some houses at a price you could qualify for, but you'd want to check out the neighborhood very carefully. You might be able to find a condo to buy in an ok neighborhood in your price range. While most of Pasadena is nice, there are not-so-good neighborhoods, and that makes a big difference in price. Be sure to look at all of Pasadena, including the northeast area. Real Estate Listings Hot Pads Rentals http://www.hotpads.com/Realtor.com http://www.realtor.com/ (Also rentals, Home Type: Rentals) Movoto http://www.movoto.com/There are many very good preschools in Pasadena, some are in churches, but generally you don't have to be a member of the church, or of that religion. There are also some co-op nursery schools. If you're thinking ahead to public school, and you're particular about education, you might want to consider living in South Pasadena, or La Canada-Flintridge, as they have very good school districts. They are a bit more expensive than Pasadena, but you might be able to find something you like in your budget. Arcadia is to the east of Pasadena, and also has good schools, and should have rentals in your budget. Pasadena has some good schools, but overall they aren't great, so 30% of local kids attend private school. There are great private schools in the Pasadena / La Canada-Flintridge area, tuition ranges from $3000 to about $30,000 a year. You might also look at Sierra Madre, bordering northeast Pasadena. It's a cute, safe little town, Sierra Madre K - 8 is a very good school, I think they might have PreK too. It's a Pasadena Unified school, probably the best Pasadena public school. Pasadena has school choice, but it's very competitive to get into the few public elementary schools that are almost as good as Sierra Madre, like Don Benito, Hamilton, and Norma Coombs. Pasadena also has a dual language immersion Mandarin program at Field Elementary, and a dual immersion Spanish program at San Rafael Elementary. San Marino is also a very safe area with a very good school district, but there are no apartment buildings or condos at all, and homes generally start at over a million $. There are very few home rentals, and they tend to be very expensive. Public school ratings: http://www.greatschools.org/ http://www.schooldigger.com/ Pasadena Unified School District http://www.pusd.us/ Pasadena Area Private Schools (also list of Nursery Schools) http://pasadenaareaschools.org/ Private Schools http://www.privateschoolreview.com/county_private_schools/stateid/CA/county/6037 Huntington Hospital is considered the best hospital in the area, and has the highest level NICU. Good luck!
  • Are you planning to buy or to rent? Regardless it seems enough to afford loving in a nice area of Pasadena.
  • You are just fine. Unless you buy a six and a half million dollar home. I don't sense that here. lol Can you afford San Marino? It's just next door. I love this entire area...Arcadia, San Marino and Pasadena. You guys will be just fine.
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  • My license expired on september 7th I received a renewal notice in the mail on July 2,2013 but a friend of mine told me that I could renew my license by mail. So I printed and filled out the California Driver License Renewal By Mail Eligibility Information DL 410 FO. I sent it along with the payment in the form of a check. (I didnt have any at the moment so i asked my mom to write one for me) I checked the DMV website to see if I was eligible to renew by mail. I found out I was eligible. I havent received my license in the mail yet. its September 10 2013. I'm worried because my license is expired and also they have my mom's check. What should I do?
  • I can't see a single reason not to do it online so you'd have proof of renewal, or if you were that close to expiration why you wouldn't just go to the DMV and do it in real time. Was the check cashed? or even simpler....have you called the DMV to even see if your lic was renewed? Seems Yahoo Answers would be the last place you'd go for an answer like this.
  • On February 23, 2009, Democratic Assemblyman from San Francisco, Tom Ammiano, introduced a new bill to remove penalties in California against responsible marijuana users. This bill is called the AB 390 bill. Are you behind this bill? Want more information or to email your state legislators check out: http://ab390.l0lz.com/support-legalized-...This is the closest bill to legal Marijuana that has ever been, if you support it, take just a moment and send a message to your legislators!
  • The fact is that whether you support marijuana or not, it just makes sense. If legalized it could help bring 1.3 billion dollars in taxes. Weed is the biggest cash crop in this nation and in this state, it brings 14 billion dollars to the state every year, as a californian i pray to god it will be passed.
  • Do ya' sense it? The tide is popping. i'm sorry yet as long as alcohol is criminal, i will no longer be able to abide via the present unlawful prohibition. With the financial equipment being what it particularly is, it somewhat is in elementary terms a count number of time until now the money cow is tapped via the government. What extra helpful thank you to pay down the debt. are you able to in elementary terms think of, the pot heads of united statesa. paying down the debt the two significant events ran up. What a twist which could be. And talking of twisting.
  • Marijuana has always been a soft drug that should of never been made illegal. It is one of those vices that doesnt hurt anyone like the abuse of alcohol can.
  • Support it! from FL though, its High time it's legalized here!
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  • ended on December 31st. The landlord said he would refund me my rent for Dec if they were able to lease it out before the end of the month. On dec 15th they leased it out and owe me $325.00 They only gave me 144.00 back because they said that I owed beyond my $650.00 security deposit. SO i am wondering if they are allowed to A) take from the refund they owe me for the remaining of December's rent and B) pay for repairs above and beyond the security deposit with that money HELP PLEEEAAAASSSEEEE
  • They have to provide proof that the repairs were worth what they said they were or what was taken from your deposit. You can take them to small claims court if they won't provide you with that. And no, as far as I know they are not allowed to take from that money that was the refunded rent to pay for the repairs if the agreement was that if they leased it they would refund you the money unless it is otherwise stated in the lease. The deposit is a whole other matter tho. Make them provide you with proof. If they ignore you and will not, take them to court. Most of the time these landlords and owners don't keep the best of records (well I know from experience with one who didn't anyway) and chances are you will go to court and they will settle with you before you even see a judge. Oh and whatever you do, don't cash the check they sent you! Thats like acknowledging that you are ok with that amount. Don't do it. They will ask you in court why you did that if you didn't agree with the amount.
  • In regards to the lease of the apartment before the end of the month a returning the rent for December.You could have recovered that rent it that was in writing if not they lied.before you moved you should have taken pictures,because you should not have to lose your security because of wear and tear of the apartment.i would consult a lawyer
  • You should have received either the entire security deposit refunded, or an accounting of any charges that were taken against it. This is due within 15 days of the time you move out.
  • You could check Aer Lingus or other airlines for prices. I looked at Aer Lingus for dates in March from San Francisco to Dublin and found the cheapest prices leaving US were on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Leaving Dublin, the cheapest prices were generally on Monday and Thursday. The best overall price I found for the return journey was $770.76 leaving US on March 6 and leaving Dublin on March 20. That didn't include any extra baggage charges. http://www.booking.com/searchresults.htm...gave prices for 2 hotels in Tallaght for 14 nights - €879.20 and €976. There were various other hotels within a few miles of Tallaght, but I didn't check those. Spare cash - we generally recommend €100 per person per day. For just you, that would be €1400 Total on my sample dates, around $3150. If you do a comparison search yourself, you might find better results. Just be aware that flights and hotel will all be dearer in the summer months, at weekends, and around Public Holidays.
  • Tallaght why ? , Anyway i live there it is pretty much a housing estate outside of Dublin. Some parts west of the square is a bit rough so i suggest you stay around the village area or the Plaza or the maldron hotel which are good value , that way your close to the tram and bus stops and shops . Tallaght is a big place so where there are you planning to stay ,,
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  • Okaayy...I'm 14 and I live on California. I am taking a ballet class and its like $72 a month... I really want to keep going, but my mom lost her job recently and is low on cash. I love ballet A LOT! I was wondering how I could raise money for my dance class. I'm thinking about getting a job at the grocery store :]] Thanks! -Tara.Ashley. :]]
  • OMG im in like the same situation as you!!!!!! What i plan to do is STOP spending all the money i make on stuff i really dont need. Im going to babysit alot and cash my checks and not spend the money. Babysitting is good money and easy. Try to get a babysitting job that is once a week so in like a month youll have a really good amount and definetely able to pay for the ballet class.
  • awww, im sorry to hear that. well, i think u should ask ur teacher for a discount and explain the situation ur in and ho much u luv dance. u should also cut back on spending on stuff u dont really need.getting a job would also really help not just paying for dance but ur whole family. but cuz ur only 14 keep in mind that u still hav skool and stuff so get 1 that doesnt consume all ur time. hope i helped!
  • you should get a job, even if it's just babysitting, also you could ask your teacher if she would give you a discount if you helped her by cleaning mirrors or floors, or maybe even help teaching with her.
  • if you live somewhere where it is warm, you can wash cars you can babysit or dog/cat sit or get some type of other job
  • You are thinking about the cash for clunkers bill the president just signed. It should be up and running some time in july. You wouldn't actually be turning in your car to DMV, you would be taking it to a dealership and buying a new car. There are more stipulations to the bill, you should read this website for the most up to date things about the bill. http://www.cashforclunkersfacts.com/and here is the Federal website about the cash voucher program http://www.cars.gov/
  • alright so....look it up on cash for clunkers. but...You just don't turn the car in and get "like $4,000." you have to replace the car with another that gets better mileage. You have a BMW and you sought "federal assistance to get it fixed? No damn wonder every ones taxes are so high ... Geez ! so alright
  • Ok I live in California and I'm interesting in starting my own business online and sending girls to people's homes. What I'm looking to do is set up a website offering naked massages from girls and then allowing people to pay me via paypal. My question is what kind of license do I need to do this? I also would like to know how I can get money from my Paypall without them paying into my bank account or sending me a hard check
  • No license required , just have local gansgters on your side . Paypal doens't provide hard cash , yes another option is they will provide you a debit card to use in atms . But if I am not wrong you do want to have ur name in any record but still earn money . Sorry buddy , you cannot hide your self through internet business . But yes , you can always do business with different address ( for checks ) , different name , different phone number etc . But its risky . you should have lot of balls doing such things. for website , try www.mydreamwebspace.com , they are good , they help you all time ,
  • California-In Dec. I was rear ended, my car is a 96 Saturn (old), we hit another car so there is rear and front bumper damage.The other drivers insurance company has accepted 100% of the blame In Feb. they sent me letter saying I had to park my car to avoid what was damaged from getting worse, so I parked it. They finally sent an appraiser in March, the decision to total out my car was made. I do understand that it is old and it is likely that the cost to repair it exceeds the value however, we are now in April & they sent me check for a little over a thousand, no bodily injury which is fine because I'm Ok but I asked that my 1 Doctor visit be repaid. They deducted nearly $1,400 because I "bought my car back" and other misc. fees.(this is only on paper I never requested or agreed to buy my car back & I've never cashed the check.) I was told I had 10 days to register my car as a salvage, & then I had to find new insurance coverage for a salvaged vehicle but not until all mechanical problems are repaired a Ok'd by a State certified mechanic. When I asked that insurance agent if I had a choice he told me I had no choice, I told him that I don't want the car and to give me the money to buy a car with floors and doors at least he told me they don't pick up salvages and emphatically told me this is how things are going to be you have no choice! Please help me understand my rights I've spent most of my morning searching for solid answers with some luck but nothing in bold underlined print with a period at the end. Thanks
  • You contact them, tell them they are in error because you did not opt to buy the vehicle back for salvage value and that they need to get you a check for the balance due immediately and remove their vehicle or you will be charging them storage on it. If they don't immediately do as asked, contact your state attorney general and file a complaint against them.
  • you need to contact your insurance company immediately and see if you can get them to help you, this is bs, none of this crap would have happened if some jack *** had not hit you. refuse to cash the check, and besides NO ONE PAYS 1,400 FOR AN OLD SATURN, A HUNDRED MAYBE, BUT NOT 1,400. HOPEFULLY your insurance company will help you, this is how shady insurance people are, write letters contact the insurance bureau, and see if you can file a complaint, but the squeaky wheel gets the grease, I know, they are counting on you being disgusted with the whole thing, replace your car on your own dime if you can send those jackasses a bill ok good luck fight the good fight tell them to kiss off and stop being a lying thieving cheat, and don't salvage the car until you get your money good luck
  • greater human beings would be insured; logically meaning greater human beings would be necessary to run scientific well being coverage. some human beings would lose their jobs with deepest insurers, yet greater human beings gets jobs interior the recent gadget. the only way there could be any internet loss in jobs could be if the recent gadget seems to be lots greater efficient, and subsequently able to deal with a miles better quantity of sufferers with fewer team. And if so, are you incredibly going to argue that an marketplace could be stored inefficient as a fashion to hire greater human beings?
  • It may already be too late, but I think you need a lawyer to look at what you signed.
  • Talk to your school's guidance office. They are often contacted by local employers. You will need a work permit and the school can help you obtain one. If you don't have luck with working for an employer, don't give up. You can start your own business if you put your mind to it. Surely you have skills to work for yourself whether that's doing yard work, selling products, making and selling crafts, writing a newsletter, babysitting, cooking or baking, or whatever will earn you some decent income doing what you love. It's important to find a need and fill it with a great company that is yours. You'll get income, tax credits and a resume that your friends will only wish they had when you graduate. Don't wait for your ship to come in ... Swim out to meet it. Get to the library for one or more of the many books on teens and teen businesses. One title is "Fast Cash for Kids" by Bonnie & Noel Drew. Also check out Junior Achievements:
  • SAME problem except im in nyc. maybe waitressing? idk what im going to do for the summer... if u get an idea make sure you share! lol goodluck :)
  • evidently it was illegal in california to issue paychecks to employees from out of state banks. if we did not have direct deposit this made cashing of these checks difficult and when they were cashed, they took longer to clear. was issued a 1099-MISC for the amount of $299 which was specified as "not being wages"
  • Yes you probably do have some taxable income from the settlement amount that you are required to report on your 1040 tax return for the year and add to all of your other gross worldwide income and any income taxes that may be due on the taxable amount at your marginal tax rates after your income tax return is completely and correctly. Go to the www.irs.gov website and use the search box for 1099-MISC and go to page 5 Instructions for Recipient for the amount that is in each box of the 1099-MISC that you have in your hand. http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f1099msc....Box 3. Generally, report this amount on the “Other income” line 21 page 1 of the income tax Form 1040 and identify the payment. The amount shown may be payments received as the beneficiary of a deceased employee, prizes, awards, taxable damages, Indian gaming profits, or other taxable income. See Pub. 525. If it is trade or business income, report this amount on Schedule C, C-EZ, or F (Form 1040).
  • Which box on the 1099-Misc? Yes, the money is taxable. You didn't lose your foot, so this isn't a personal injury. If this is box 3, just put it on 1040, line 21.
  • if that was the distinction on the 1099, that's just what it means your payment from a class action suit was not wages, and if it was not a settlement to return you to 'whole' it would be taxable
  • I LIVE IN CALIFORNIA AND I WANT TO START A NEW BUSINESS AND IM CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR BUSINESS PARTNERS WHO WILL PUT UP CAPITAL TO HELP START THE BUSINESS. I HAVE A TOTAL OF 10K HOWEVER I THINK IT ISNT ENOUGH TO GET THE BUSINESS GOING SO THATS WHY IM HERE. IM THINKING OF OPENING A MARKET THAT SELL MEAT, GROCERY, CASH CHECKS YOU KNOW THE TYPICAL CONVIENCEN STORE
  • You don't need a business owner. You need an angel investor.
  • The State Controller has threatened that if the State Assembly doesn't pass a budget by Feb 1st. That's when his legal authority to write most checks expires so he's legally hamstrung without action by the Assembly. Unless your refund check (or direct deposit) has been issued BEFORE Feb 1st you may get caught up in the fray if the State Assembly has not passed (and "The Governator" signed) a budget BEFORE Feb 1st. The last time that this happened the state issued "IOUs" that were really just post-dated checks that could not be cashed until either June 1st or July 1st. If you haven't already filed, it's probably too late to beat the Feb 1st deadline for a tax refund now.
  • Starting Feb. 1st. There will be IOU's issued for state tax refunds, some welfare and some social security. It is suppose to cause a 30 day delay in receiving your state tax refunds. You can go to the Ca.gov website and find info there regarding it as well.
  • I legally own a .30-06 savage rifle and am wanting to pawn it for extra cash. I will be getting it back, its just a temporary thing. I don't however have any of the paperwork on hand that was given to me at purchase because all of it is in the safe at my parents' house. Do I need to take in proof that the firearm is in my name or can they look it up on sight? If I do need it, I have heard the local police station can give it to me. Is this true and are there any fees for doing so?
  • You will not need proof of ownership, the pawn shop will have the local police to check for stolen and if you own it it will come back as yours.{}
  • Hey, I spent a pretty long time trying to make money online but to no avail untill I found this fasinating website that offers an irresistible business opportunity. Its call SFI Marketing Group http://bit.ly/SFIMG and its free to join, risk free. I think you should take a look at it. I can proudly say I don't worry any more about my financial future. I hope this helps.
  • I passed my online driver's ed course a week ago and the forms that they mailed to me just came in. They mailed me the DL 44 sheets (2 white pages) and the OL 237 sheet (blue leaflet). I went into my local DMV to get the driver handbook, which was the first time I had ever been in one, and I felt so clueless. Now that I have these sheets, what do I do now? After I fill out the DL 44 sheet, can I just show up at the DMV and ask to take my permit test? What should I bring with me? Since the next appointment is in 3 weeks, should I just wait in the no-appointment line? And when it's my turn, what do I say to the person at the desk, (ie: I'm here to take my permit test. Here are my forms.) Basically, what do I do now? I'm the first one in my family to get a permit since everyone else waited until they were 18, so I'm stuck figuring stuff out by myself.
  • Im in nor cal (north CA) and have never heard about filing out the OL 237. I have filled out the DL44 though. Just fill out the forms since you have both and bring a Birth Certificate or Passport. ( I recommend bringing both if you have them just so they don't try and test you. If you have the state issueed I.D.- identification card then you can bring that to) The DMV wants your birth cert. or pass because they are going to take a pic and your fingerprint and want to know its you taking the test not your friend doing it for you. (They'll know because you can't switch places back with your friend since they grade the test right in front of your face LOL as if you cant get any more nervous they do that to) Walking in and telling them that you want to take the test is better than wating forever because even if they say sign up in 3-6 weeks theres no guarantee you'll sign up on time. (Except for the behiond the wheel in the car test that you need to sign up for during the end of the 4th month of your permit to ensure you can take the driving test NOT THE WRITTEN) In Case I Confused you by talking on and on I'll step by step this: 01. Fill out the forms and get your parents/guardians signatures. WHOEVER HAS CUSOTDY OF YOU NEEDS TO SIGN THE FORMS. YOU also need to know YOUR Social Security Number. If you fake a signature they will know because many DMV's scan the signatures. 02. Bring a form of identification with you to prove who you are. Birth Certification, Pass Port, or Identification Card. If you came from a different Country and are now legal in the USA then bring that document to. If you changed your name bring both names the orginal and new name. JUST BRING YOUR IDENTITY WITH YOU LOLOL 03. GO TO THE DMV AND BRING MONEY WITH YOU. You need $26.00 with you. CASH is the best because you do not want a check that bounces and then have legal issues while your just trying to drive. I recomment bringing more than 26 if you can just in case YOU NEVER KNOW if you'll need extra. Not all DMV's take credit card so CASH is the safest. 04. GO in line tell the person in the front your applying for a permit, you want to take the written test, you don't have an appointment, but you have THE MONEY (Money is what they want to hear), the DL44 form and other forms,identification with you, and your a minor. (You said your the first one in you family under 18 so I assume your under 18 which makes you a minor) IF YOU CAN BRING THE PERSON WHO HAS CUSTODY OF YOU. Since you are a minor some DMV's would like to see a parent with a driver's license to make sure your not faking your identity. (if You live in Oakland, or LA something like that they Double Check EVERYTHING) 05. TAKE THE TEST PASS IT AND YOU GET YOUR PERMIT YAY! You can miss 7 questions since there are 46 you only need to get 39/46 right. You can take the test 3 times the same day. If you fail three times you have to do this whole entire process over again EXCEPT FOR DRIVERS EDUCATION. Just fill out the forms, bring money, and identification and go back in. Hopefully you wont fail though. It'd be pretty sad to fail 3 times in a row lol. 06. BY THIS TIME YOU SHOULD HAVE PASSED THE PERMIT TEST. Now you need to go find a DRIVING SCHOOl in CA and take 3 lessons with a licensed instructor. Then go drive for 50 hours with a person who is 25 years or older with a license. (Not 50 hours straight you have 6 months and 10 hours need to be night hours) NOW GO BACK TO THE DMV OR GO ONLINE. SIGN UP FOR A DRVERS BEHIND THE WHEEL TEST WHEN YOU PASS YOU HAVE YOUR LICENSE YAY!!!!!!!!!!! Tips: When you take the drivers behind the wheel test bring identification with you again. And more money again lol. You have more forms to fill out when you take the driving test to. You will fill out the DL44 form AGAIN. Once for the permit and once for the license TEST. I have told you all that you possible need to know other than the drivers handbook. http://dmv.ca.gov/pubs/interactive/tdrive/exam.htm The website above is the official DMC website (dmv.ca.gov) for CA. If you can pass the CLASS C online License test in 2 minutes or less (All 5 of them) then go in and take the written tests and youll be fine. Don't i repeat DONT psyche yourself out and overlook the question. If you overthink the question they youll scare yourself and think the wrong answer. THIS IS AN ENGLISH TEST NOT MATH ITS ONLY MENTAL THERE IS NO PROBLEM SOLVING NEEDED YOULL DO GREAT!
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  • Hi there! You are definitely over-complicating things a little. You have your completion certificate and you are good to take the test. Just takes a few little steps: 1. Take a sample exam. There are free practice tests here: http://www.epermittest.com/california/ca...2. Grab your ID, birth certificate, social security card and those forms you received from the school. 3. Go to the DMV. Make sure you have a parent with you, they'll have to sign authorization forms for you. 4. Approach any clerk and tell them that you want to take the test, they'll help you with the paperwork. 5. Pay the application fee, take the exam, have your picture taken, go home with a permit. Just remember that you can't drive with parents until you take at least 2 hours of pro driving lessons. Good luck!
  • LOL yahoo wouldnt let me write anymore and i had one more thing to tell you. If you are going to take the behind the wheel driving test to then dont take it in a busy city. If you live in Northern CA then go to like Tracy or Lodi or Brentwood. If you are in southern Cal then see if the one in Hemet is still open. Or if Temecula has one go there or Riverside. Just don't go in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland, Buena Park, San Jose, Sacramento, Walnut Creek... etc You want to take the driving test without worrying about other cars so it makes sense to go to a place where there are less people so you wont hit anybody. Because do you really want to take it in LA where there is back to back traffic? Or in a place like San Francisco where people are walking everywhere and you have to work 3 times as hard to pass the test?? Parallel parking would NOT be easy at all in a busy city. THIS IS YOUR LICENSE DRIVING A FEW HOURS OUT OF YOUR WAY WILL IMPROVE YOUR DRIVING AND WILL NOT HARM YOU. IF DRIVING OUT 3 HOURS TO A SMALL CITY TO TAKE THE TEST WILL IMPROVE YOUR DRIVING THEN DO IT DON"T MAKE THE TEST ANY HARDER THAN THE DMV DOES. If they question why your not taking the test at a DMV near you tell them that they have just invaded your privacy and have no reason to ask that. If they say they do (which they dont) just be like i decided to take it while im on vacation out here, or I have a friend/relative out here and decided I wanted to make traveling easier on them.
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  • Seems these nasty anti-american states "check" your ID!!!! They stop you without reason then they ARREST you!!! Why Arizona was just the TIP of the iceburg!!! California are using random DUI checkpoints to stop and arrest drivers http://www.topgundui.com/about/dui-check...Driver's license checkpoint nets 53 The checkpoint was conducted at 57th and Prospect from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Twenty five drivers were found driving with a revoked or suspended license. Five of those were persistent offenders. Twenty-eight had no drivers’ license, and two persistent offenders were arrested for DUI. Two drug arrests were made, and thirty-four people had issues with warrants. Those found driving on a revoked or suspended license must post $5,000 cash-only bond and could face prison time if convicted. http://www.kansascity.com/2010/05/14/194...
  • Sarcasm is lost on liberals: The point> We (collectively) have laws on the books that allow the goverment (read police) to stop you (without cause) check your ID (without cause) and if they (suspect) you have broken a law arrest you. Now explain how Arizonas law is any different then the California or Kansas laws and actions. The only difference is the "Law" which is being broken.
  • They stop you without reason in Arizona? That's news to me. Arizona's bill states that if you have committed a crime THEN they can ask if you are a citizen. What's wrong with that?
  • It is astonishing that so many on the left are outraged over the AZ bill, especially those in CA. CA has been running "DUI checkpoints" for quite some months now. If you don't have a drivers license on you, and the officer cannot find evidence that you have one, you and anyone else riding in your car are put on the side of the road immediately and your car is impounded. Although the police departments all deny it, this is targetted at illegal immigrants. Who else drives without ever having had a license? Is this legal? Yep. It is OK? Well, you can decide. But anyone in CA who is outraged over the AZ law needs to look at this practice first. I don't see anything in the AZ law that so obviously and specifically targets illegal immigrants. In fact, the AZ law specifically prohibits an officer from asking for proof of legal status unless the person has been legally stopped, detained, or arrested for another reason. And since the AZ law doesn't revoke the 4th amendment, an officer still needs probably cause....unless that officer is in CA and is running a "DUI checkpoint." http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/201...http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/200...
  • Driving a car is a privilege not a right. DUI checkpoints have been conducted for years and are legal. Police will never arrest you unless you give them a reason to. A perfect day for a cop is a day when they get no calls or never have to stop someone. Checkpoints are chosen in areas where a high rate of DUI's have occured. This is just another way for police to get a handle on the situation so that they can do their job by making the roads safer. So the checkpoints work out well. You noted the many lawbreakers got caught, how can you be against that? I look at it as a way to weed out those jackasses thereby making our roads safer. So your complaint is invalid.
  • I've been boycotting Kansas for years. Since they started teaching "Creationism" in schools.
  • I don't know but in New York we are all pretty good at avoiding the cops line of sight so it generally doesn't matter unless you get dumb. Or unless you randomly get pulled over for being black. It happens even if you aren't black. Everyone is black at night.
  • I got laid off last Wednesday due to cash flow issues they did not give me a check since there is no Money in the bank to pay employees (small business). Anyway so I work 3 days that week. My question is do they have to pay me for the rest of the week that I did not work I was on salary pay or do they only pay me for the 3 days on a hr basis. Please advise.
  • Although you were a salaried employee you are only to be paid for those three days. However, they cannot pay you for hours worked. In other words they cannot change your status from an exempt employee to a non-exempt employee. So for example, if you were earning $30,000.00. The math would be as follows: $30,000/12 = $2,500.00 monthly $2,500/4 = $625.00 weekly salary $625.00/5 = $125.00 daily (5 day work week) So you would have been entitled to $375.00 for 3 days of work. If it is not a huge loss I would let it go and just file for unemployment. If it is over $100.00 dollars I would contact your states Department of Labor wage and hour division.
  • They'd only have to pay you for the days up to when you were laid off.
  • The best thing to do is ask them to pay you nicely because you will likely need their refrence for your next position.
  • How do you expect them to pay you if the do not have the money?
  • It requires 45 cents postage to send a one ounce letter any place in the U.S. Generally, mailing cash is not a very good idea. You would be better off sending a check or money order.
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  • We had a lease agreement for a year. As it was up I received a letter from our management office sayng that if we want to go on with month to month rent it'll go up for $400. Or we can sighn new contract. So I went to the office & was told that we can sighn another lease for 7 month. I asked for contract & person told me she would someone bring it to my apartment. Waited a week. Nothing was brought to my door. I came back to office, spoke to the same girl & she said that there is nothing to worry about - the contract wasn't ready yet. Another week went by & when I showed up at the office 3rd time that same girl said that we need to bring a copy of renewed rentals insurance - that is why contract wasn't ready yet. No one bothered calling me though...I got paperwork ready & brought to the office where was told again not to worry about contract cuz I'll find it at my door as soon as it is ready. Four month later I recieved letter stating that I own $1100 in differance as contract hasn't been renewed! I spoke to property manager who said I just wasn't proactive to sighn new lease agreement! He promesed to call me back but I had to call him my self (tried to be "proactive" this time) but he would just tell me he'll call me back. Another week went by so I came to office to see the manager. He said that there is nothing that he could do. Again no one called me. So I took number for head office & left MSG for vp meneger. Had to call him again to get him on the phone. He said he would talk to property maneger & call me right back. He never did. Now I got home & found 3 days notice at my door with my las check (I left this monthly payment with property maneger &
  • He din't say anything - just took it. Now in the notice it says they won't accept partial payment & I have to pay full amount including what I "own". I really need help asap please! What should I do know? I live in California by the way. Will talk to head office vp tomorrow again (I hope he'll pick up the phone) & want to talk to my lawer...thanks everyone just for reading this - I know it is a long story:)
  • For the landlord to be able to legally collect the $1100 bucks, they would have to show to a Judge that they gave legal notice of the increase in rent. This is a notice give to you the tenant that makes it clear what the owner is planning on raising the rent too. Based on your posting, the landlords will claim they gave notice with the first letter. But they can not prove to a judge that you didn't try to renew the lease. More then likely the judge will let you go on the $1,100 difference if you sign a lease right away. You are not behind on rent, the landlord is not really raising the rent as long as you sign a lease, so if you have paid the rent (bring proof like cashed checks) then the landlord is not really out any money Simply because the lease is not signed. It becomes your word against thiers; California rental laws are tenant bias (speaking as a landlord) so if show your not really shorting the landlord, the judge is going to be sympathetic. You will have to agree to sign a new lease even if the landlord produces an areement in court.
  • First off, letting things slide for 4 months without a signed lease was not a very good idea. On the other hand, they did not have a lease with you either. Unless there is something in the existing expired lease stating that the month-to-month rent is $400 higher, they cannot legally demand this money from you. Call the owner or the highest manager and give them one last chance to sign a lease retroactively. Tell them they have 24 hours to come up with a lease. Start packing up and find another rental. No matter what you do, do not pay them anything. If they sue you, they'd have to prove that you're in breach of contract (which doesn't exist). If there is a regulatory body in your city, file a complaint.
  • though I am an AZ RE broker, I took my classes originally in Calif. IT would be helpful if you had witnesses each time you went to the office. IN this situation, it seems that the mgt company and the prop owner or others, dropped the ball too much [druggies, or thieves?] and are trying to cover their other acts...... let them sue you. Go to court and have all your data with you. or........write a letter to the prop owner. Tell him/her/them what is going on. IF what you say is the actual truth and not SPUN, the owner should be told about what is occurring. IT might help for you to get wired and return to the office and get them to admit how they goofed up and then, and play that recording in court. YOU are not the first person who has been stuck with idiotic managers. available to help further
  • If they are going to raise the rent more than 10% they are required by law to give you a WRITTEN 60 day notice. If it's less than 10% they still need to give you a WRITTEN 30 day notice. since you haven't signed anything and they wont have proof that they mailed you the notice of rent increase you'll be fine.
  • I want to go from Pennsylvania to California for my birthday, but I don't have any more than $400. I'm in the Army, and with a discount, taking a Greyhound will cost $200, and I could probably manage a hotel for $200 for a few nights. However, that doesn't leave much room for food. Planes are not an option: they are even more expensive. Can you offer any good suggestions on how to travel SUPER cheap?
  • First don't dismiss planes. Many times, you can find specials where you can fly roundtrip from Philly to California for under $200 sometimes. Plus some airlines also have military discounts. You don't say when your birthday is. But I've found it easier to afford things like vacations when I pay for them in parts. This check I'll buy plane tickets, another check I'll pay for a hotel, etc. So if you have a couple of months try that route, and you may have more than $400. Also find the city where you want to go. Go to Hotwire. Find the lowest price they are offering for the dates. Then subtract 25% of that and go to Priceline and name your own price. Many times Priceline will accept the 25% off price.
  • there are quite a few sites that you can search that will likely show you great hotels at the best prices available. check out the website BookMe and you will be able to compare prices on all the reputable travel sites in just a couple minutes. it's very convenient and will save you a bunch of time and money. Also, make sure you buy them online... otherwise they charge much higher fees for phone orders. good luck.
  • Try looking up AMTRAK. I know they offer Military discounts. Good LUCK AND HAPPY BDAY!
  • unless you bum a ride it will not happen.
  • The father of my child took off on me shortly after conceiving the child, he lived in Wisconsin for a while and then moved to Minnesota. I know he has only had two non-cash jobs since two different times in 6 1/2 years, ive received checks for about 3 months for each period. How will this ever work? He owes me close to $9,000 and i know i wont see any of it EVER close to that amount paid back to me. How the heck am i suppose to get the money me and my child need and deserve. Wisconsin always sends him letters saying to find a job or else he'll be held in contempt, well they've been saying that for years and they have done nothing. WTF should and can i do? He only likes cash paying jobs cause he has another child in California and he didnt like paying suport for her either. Help...
  • I wish I knew of something that could help you, I have been there and done that. The out of State and being paid under the table thing. I raised my three Children by myself without fathers money or help. He owes us over $20,000.00 the last time I checked 10 years ago. There were so many times that some extra money would of helped. But we made it, sometimes I think back how rough it was and I am amazed. You can only count on yourself. Day dreaming about what you could do with the money won't pay the bills. You can be thankful that you only have one child with him.
  • Nevada might want to on line have a state or authorities internet website in an element specially devoted to regulation concerns. type of like a state structure. i know a minimum of in Indiana the position i'm depending has this. i might want to presume all the states have this availability. i'm divorced and my ex spouse has comprehensive parental custody of our daughter, yet I nevertheless pay new child help on a weekly foundation. in view that your pal and the daddy were in no way married, i'm no longer particular how that works precisely. truly probably a DNA attempt to may be received or required if he refuses to regulate to new child help. try the authorities internet website route and word if that factors you contained in the right route.
  • The only thing that you can do is report it to the state the divorce is filed. The prosecutors office can look into it. There is very little that they can do about it. It is hard to prove income without an employer who takes out taxes in a check. It is also hard to prove income without a tax return. You are in a place so many women find themselves. I am truly sorry. Best of luck.
  • go out and get a job and suport you and your child.. stop wasting your time looking for him it only cost you money.. some day they will catch up with him and put him in jail and you won't get the money then either. so grow up.. get a job , make your own money and move on with your life. It is that simple.. You see the big dollar sign here of what he owes you and yes we could all use that kind of money but if you wait for it you will always be short on money so do something for yourself.. get on with your life. you are lucky the dead beat doesn't get to see your child.
  • I have a great idea. Why don't you tell us what city you live in as well as which is your bank and what is your new bank account number. Then we will help assist you by letting child support services know about your settlement check so they can help you out by taking it. After all, you wouldn't want to go to prison for willfully refusing to pay child support (especially since you HAVE the money), would you?
  • Quick question to every person answering in here, why is it always assumed that there is always a deadbeat dad?!? If you haven t been on the sh!tty end of that fu¢kstick called "child support enforcement," you don t know JACK about how they can and will destroy your life without blinking. I am NOT a deadbeat dad and spend as much time with my daughter as her mother allows, equating to maybe 1/3 of the year. I am also a single father of two other - yes, other - children for whom I have somehow not been able to activate a case against their mother, possibly because their is a child support case against me for the one child. So, I have been commanded to pay over $500/mo and have mounting arrears due to a lay-off. I have been doing everything I can to maintain through this absolutely absurd oppression from our evil bureaucracy and are you going to jump out there willy-nilly and label me a deadbeat dad?!? Shame on you hypocritical pieces of shiz as you are literally no better than any of the things you hatefully accuse others of being! Lest ye be judged, lest ye be judged.
  • If you do not pay your child support arrears out of money that you receive, you are committing a whole new crime, and will - quite rightly - be convicted and imprisoned. Will child support enforcement catch the account quickly enough to stop you cashing the check? Maybe, maybe not. Will they find out about it afterward if they don't? 100% certain. They WILL then proceed against you. There is no more despicable low-life in being than a "father" who tries to cheat his children out of their support, so you will truly deserve all you get. Richard
  • Honestly, you need to just start paying your child support!! It will catch up to you, I promise, unless you want to spend your entire life without a checking account, a steady job, any possessions, or any kind of life!! They'll get their money eventually, one way or the other.
  • sounds risky cuz you cant withdraw the $$$$$ till the check clears...why not just pay the support with the check and quit being a F-ing deadbeat i bet your kids are real proud of you for not taking care of them
  • In California, my Dad said he went in to cash his check and they told him that he had to keep a minimum of $500 in his checking account come February 2011, or he would be charged a fee of $10 @ the end of the month if the amount was not met. So much for 'Free Checking' at chase anymore. I am gonna close my account in January if I can... I am trying to find a job out of that state, and even when I did work- I VERY rarely had $500 left in my bank account each month! Can anyone help me with answering: -- If they are doing this to all checking account customers? -- Is there a bank that will let me have a debit card and not require a monthly fee for a monthly minimum account balance of so much?
  • Howdy! I am a Californian with a debit card so I hope I can be of some help. I am not sure about your first question, but as for your second you can have a debit card and no monthly minimum fees at Bank of America. There are locations everywhere and their service is very good. -Wesley
  • This is pretty run of the mill stuff. Requiring the customer to keep a certain amount of money in his/her account to get free checking. Shop around, or try a credit union. But I suspect most (if not all) financial institutions will require a minimum balance in either checking or savings accounts.
  • Join a credit union.
  • From what I've read online it appears that the California legislature is currently blocking (or anyway not allowing) the cell phone portion of Lifeline to be in effect, so there aren't any free low-income cell phone plans available in CA. What you could do is go to a VA hospital and buy a Tracfone from the retail store there, for $10-$50 depending on the model. The Tracfones they have there come with 12-14 months of service (Tracfones not bought through the VA only come with 2 months service) and 10-20 units on activation (10 if you activate by calling customer service, 20 if you activate online). You can buy airtime cards practically anywhere - including the VA - and pay cash; they're good for 3 months of service and 60-200 units of airtime depending on what size card you get (lowest price is $19.99 for 60 units). The 3 months from the card will add to the year of service on the phone, so if you buy a phone and a card you'll get 15-17 months, then when you buy another card the 3 months will be added to the time you have left on your phone, etc. I don't know how much you'd plan to use the phone; some people can get by on minimal numbers of minutes while others use 1,000 a month - who can possibly talk that much on the phone?? If the phone you get has Double Minutes for Life that means if you buy and add a 60 unit card you'll get 120 units, etc. Also you should educate yourself about Tracfone bonus codes, which give additional minutes when you use them while applying a card to your phone. EDIT: I read now that the VA Hospital Net10 phones also come with a year of service, and they have 300 units on activation.
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  • my aunt got an offer from t-mobile for low income families they gave her a good plan at a cheap price of 50 bucks...or you can get boost mobile or cricket wireless
  • I bought a car off someone and I didn't know that it was required by law that the seller provide a valid smog certificate. This is the first car I bought so I don't know ANYTHING about cars. I payed him in cash. The car is in transfer status, I have the bill of sales and app for duplicate title (dmv 227) filled out and signed by the seller. It says the car is a "Gift" , written in the Gift Value is 1,000$ but I payed him more than that. But the selling price box was left empty. Also I found out the car is locked by the dmv so to smog it I would have to pay expensive repair costs witch I cannot afford. I want to know if there is anything I can do to get my money back.
  • In california you might be able to. But if you don't have the money to repair it you don't really have the money to sue him.
  • If you can still find him you could take him to small claims court. If he represented the car to be in drivable condition and did not mention a emissions problem you might prevail. It is the sellers obligation to provide a smog certificate unless you were advised there was a problem and waived the smog certificate. I'm sure that you didn't get anything in writing but if someone witnessed your purchase conversation you could take them to court with you. Its a 50/50 chance but it would be worth a try. Go to DMV and ask for a copy of the sellers smog regulation requirement.
  • Sorry to tell you, but there is nothing you can do to get a refund from the seller - it's sold "as is" w/o a warranty......................that's why a person looking for a vehicle needs to do some homework before purchasing. Just chalk this up to experience
  • Private party car sales are "as is" transactions, and the seller has no further responsibility to you.
  • Anyone can sue anyone for anything. Your chances of winning are slim. Your chances of winning more than $1000 are zero. After all, it was a "gift".
  • caveat emptor
  • My boyfriends mom has been living with her long time boyfriend for over ten years. They have been renting a house together for about ten years as well, but just recently bought a new house. The problem is they couldn't get this new house because her long time boyfriend had put on his taxes that he was married to another woman whom had his kids but he never actually married this other woman. For the past 15 years he has been putting on his taxes that they are married and share multiple properties together. Due to the fact that this other woman didn't want to sign off on him sharing this new house with my boyfriends mom they couldn't get the house. However, he recently talked to a lawyer whom told him that because California doesn't recognize common law marriage, he could take her name off of all the properties in which they share, so he did, and in the end they got the house. My question is because he has bascially been lying on his taxes saying he's been married even though he never has been and then takes her name off of all the properties in which they own, without having proper divorce papers to back it up, won't he get caught by the governement? What he did just sounds to easy. Any ideas? Thank you. And this man works as a doctor! In case that helps?
  • What you describe is the kind of tax fraud that can turn a millionaire into a homeless man with 1 tip to the IRS. If you choose to report him, you'll need some hard evidence, not just hearsay. You're right, it was too easy. The IRS is looking for ways to cut down on this kind of tax fraud to increase revenue without actually raising taxes. One thing that has been considered is electronically linking the IRS to state databases so they can cross check things like marital status and addresses (from car registrations or driver's licenses). Another common fraud is couples who go the opposite way, they claim single when they're really married so that they can both cash in on the Earned Income Credit when they might not qualify at all if they file as married.
  • There is no common law marriage in CA so they are both guilty of tax fraud. They each need to go back and amend every single return. Whether or not he can take her name off depends on her legal ownership whether they are married or not.
  • Being a doctor or being something else doesn't matter. If he was never married, then he wasn't, and isn't. He might or might not get caught by the IRS for filing as married when he wasn't.
  • I"m not sure but I think he'll get in some major trouble cause that's lying.
  • he has a lot of problems, for one filing incorrectly for 15 yrs with IRS with his past history, your b/f's mother is in for continued heartache and now she's tied up in the home ownership which isn't going to be a bed of roses
  • You'll find a couple of good reviews on this. read over all the reviews at www.lawyersearchhome.tk
  • i am tired of where i live ive been here almost 20 years. i like how cali is multi cultural and i think u guys have a pretty good governor. i like the emrald triangle area (humboldt,trinity) and i was wanting some input from people who live there.... as far as stuff to do hobbies ect. im 19 years old so i would like to be around younger ppl. i am also in favor of prop 215 as my mom has cancer and she uses mmj for her treatment. whats a good place to live in cali with beaches,low crime, and plenty to do?
  • I lived in San Diego for years, and it really is a beautiful city. There is plenty to do there and it is in a great location for long weekend trips to places. However I must warn you that CA is very expensive to live in. Gas, water and electric are way high out there. Even the cost of something like milk is above the national average. Jobs can sometimes be hard to find so you need to start looking for one before you go. Be prepared to pay about $1000 in rent almost anywhere in CA. Housing is very expensive. Save up enough cash before you go to get you by for a few months, make sure you have the deposit for you place and all the utilities require a deposit so check on that before you go. With that said SD is the perfect place for you. There is so much to do and it is a very diverse city. It also is about 80 degrees all year round, beautiful beaches and mostly sunny days. There are several smaller towns within the SD limits. Check out Pacific Beach (if you ever saw the Real World SD they use to go to a whole bunch of bars here ) Mission Beach and my favorite where I used to live Ocean Beach. Still very close to downtown and yet they have that smaller town feel. Of course the ocean is always right there! I recommend staying away from LA, it really is not all that great and you are farther from the ocean. Pretty much no matter where you go people in CA are for Prop 215, as you might have guess CA is very open to new things, personal freedoms and diversity. If you plan correctly you can make it there and have a wonderful life. Get use to having a small place and not a lot of storage. Trust me it is not that bad and besides who needs stuff when you have the beach. Take up surfing when you get there, trust me it will change your life and is a great way to meet people. Good luck to you and enjoy CA!
  • nicely... i'm from southern California and that i in no way call it Cali. i don't regularly hear people here calling it Cali. in spite of the fact that, I certainly have lived in Maryland and Oregon and a brilliant number of people there say "Cali", in certainty they supply the impact of being to think of it is the cool thank you to reference the state of California. too lots television, possibly? Or too lots internet / print media the place people do not decide to sort "C-A-L-I-F-O-R-N-I-A"? As for people on yahoo solutions, they might in basic terms be abbreviating, the comparable way ppl abbrv a brilliant style of issues on line.
  • I checked my Bank of America accounts online (checking and savings accounts), and I noticed a suspicious charge to my checking account (debit card). It was a checkcard purchase at the Free Mason Store in Brooklyn, New York on March 14, 2008 for $0.53. Now I am in San Francisco, California, and the charge on my debit card before that one was a purchase I made at Best Buy, 2 hours before the NY charge. I've already called Bank of America, and they said that they were going to cancel my debit card, and then send me a new debit card with a new number. They said that my old card number had been "compromised." I'm gonna go to my bank in the morning, but I just wanna know now if there's anything more serious to this? The charge was only for 53 cents so maybe the thieves were testing to see if my account was active, but should I worry about identity theft? Should I close my accounts? I don't have any credit cards, I only use debit card and cash. What steps should I take? Thanks!!!
  • becareful where you use the card
  • Debit/credit card 99% of businesses take them and if you run into one that doesn't you can always find an atm
  • well cash works everywhere and 99.99999% of businesses and stores and stuff take debt/credit cards so its up to you help http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
  • How much time do you get for 2nd degree of forged instrument if you got a check in the mail from a frodulant bank & the person that cashed it wants to drop all charges even though you are summons to court anyway??? Asking for a friend... Really just worried for a friend... & going to update them on what can happen.
  • It depends on which state your friend is in. I can only comment on California Law against forgery (Penal Code 470) The forgery and fraud charges can be punished by 1 1/2 to 3 years in jail, if the prosecutor decides to charge your friend with a felony count. Whereas a misdemeanor charge carries up to a year in jail. If the check involved was for less than $200, your friend will generally be charged with a misdemeanor. Your friend should get a lawyer.
  • The before-indexed answer lists the definition of Forgery 1st (government documents), yet Forgery 2d is what covers issues like tests. penal complex time, if any, is on the discretion of the decide. they're going to think approximately such aspects as greenback volume, variety of offenses, criminal historic previous, prosecutor s suggestion, and others. In different words, it relatively relies upon on the condition. now and back the decide will in simple terms order probation, now and back they're going to order penal complex time. in spite of the undeniable fact that, forgery is seen a non-violent crime, so as that could play a element interior the decide s determination besides. additionally, if the verify is stolen, that s a separate misdemeanor offense observed as robbery by employing Receiving (taking possession of stolen sources), yet any sentencing on that could desire to in all likelihood run concurrent with the legal.
  • My husband has a child support order filed in San Diego County and he lives in Washington. This was 6 years ago. He made the mistake of paying cash payments and took her word for it that he could pay for airplane tickets to go and see his child instead of paying child support...it was just a verbal agreement... now she is coming at him for EVERY month since 2003 that he didn't pay with a check. We live in Washington still and she is still with the child in California... They are saying that he owes 17k in back support now. What can they do to him if he just continues with current child support...we have been paying current instead of paying for airline tickets to see the child since she has gotten weird about it... WHAT ACTIONS CAN BE TAKEN AGAINST HIM??
  • ├┬┤═┬┬ At this point, you've pretty much screwed yourself. Worse, you will have a 10% annual compounded interest penalty added to it. As for getting to see the child, California is one of only two states that has assumed rights for single fathers, but an enforcement action needs to be filed there. If you need a referral, contact Warren@WarrenFarrell.com. check his web site. He lives in San Diego.
  • Volunteer! There are tons of places in SF to volunteer your time and energy. People, the environment, animals, and who knows what all else would welcome a helping hand. Check out your local neighborhood association for ideas. Or if you're looking for some cash, get a fun job working at a cafe or restaurant. Times are tough, but there has to be some places that are hiring. Depending on how old you are, nothing beats traveling around (if you can afford it). Even short trips out of the Bay Area are easy, relatively cheap, and can be wonderful experiences.
  • Hi! Why don't you go to summer camp! Honestly, I have the best summers when I go! There's all sorts of fun camps in Cali. Check out this website where I found mine: http://www.choicecamps.com.~Sami
  • downtown Hollywood. Venice Beach.
  • Drive if ur old enough you can swim, scuba dive, dive,travel,shop,go out with friends & maybe learn to play an instrument you like
  • If you're old enough, take driving lessons.
  • the beachhhh....you can also intern somewhere or volunteer
  • I am a senior in High school, 17 years old, my girlfriend is 15. Upon my graduation we plan on setting out west on an epic sort of road trip. (by that time we will both be a year older) We plan on going to California from Middle Tennessee, and have the route planned out. It'll be completely without permission or forewarning, and we plan to be at least in the next state before it's realized we're gone. We'll be taking a lot of cash in a concealed location in my smallish car, lots of food in a cooler, and my credit card that I plan to not use except for security collateral at a hotel. We were thinking a mix of camping and "motelling" would be optimal. The main focus is driving, landscape seeing and travel, I'll be the driver the entire way. We'll need to change the oil midway, and we'll be leaving a note that'll inform everyone what we're doing, and when we'll be back. Is there something really serious that I'm missing? Some horrible crime I could be taken in for?
  • Just as an FYI I went to California when I was 15 with a guy who was 17 and my parents had to send me with a note that was notarized saying that he had permission to take me across state lines. There are some states that consider 17 as an adult and well 15 is minor and taking them across state lines is a crime. So if you are stopped for anything, car breaks down and the police show up, whatever you could be arrested. You will want to check the law for each state regarding minors. However with that said don't do that to your parents, note or not they could over re-act and start a missing person’s thing and then you are in more trouble or her parents could press charges for taking a minor out of town. I know you want to go, I understand the adventure part, but there is a right way to do it without getting in a lot of trouble!
  • I have to say I admire your sense of adventure! You should know that you can get in big trouble running away with an underaged girl, especially if there's some hanky-panky involved. We have a special federal law having to do with transporting underaged girls across state lines for 'immoral purposes'. If you get stopped by a cop and he looks you up and finds you both reported as missing (or something like that) you could have a lifelong record as a 'sexual predator'. People are crazy about stuff like that in this country. Her parents can get you in trouble you will never get out of! I have gone camping with kids of friends of mine, and I always carry a paper in my wallet from the kid's parents saying they know where he is, I have permission to take him, etc.etc. You should have a paper like that too, just in case. It's not really even likely that you -will- get into trouble, just if you -do-, it will be very serious trouble! Other than that you ought to have a good time. Most things will cost more than you expect. But you will discover things you never dreamed of. I wish I was going with you (but of course it wouldn't be as much fun if I did.)
  • I think you should take your girlfriend and some friends of yours.you can trust. If you take a long trip all by yourself at 17, it can be risky. Ask permission to your parents first and tell them about your plan.
  • Sweetie, just tell both of your parents your plan. I know as a mother, I would prefer to help my children on a journey rather than go crazy with worry!
  • ~~There is a space where it says have you worked? In this place just put the date you start your new job. It's on the stub with the check. They take care of the rest. If you receive any further checks that are paid through a period of when you worked, do not cash them. They will want the money returned. Congrats on the new job!~~
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  • It would be best to call the unemployment office and let them know. This will also ensure that you reported in a timely manner... Congrats to your new job!
  • Hope this helps!
  • Think it's still not a problem...? FROM THE LA TIMES 1. 40% of all workers in L.A. County (L.A. County has 10 million people) are working for cash and not paying taxes. This was because they are predominantly illegal immigrants, working without a green card. 2. 95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens. 3. 75% of people on the most wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens. 4. Over 2/3's of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal whose births were paid for by taxpayers. 5. Nearly 25% of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally. 6. Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages. 7. The FBI reports half of all gang members in Los Angeles are most likely illegal aliens from south of the border. 8. Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal. 9. 21 radio stations in L.A. are Spanish speaking. 10. In L.A.County 5.1 million people speak English. 3.9 million speak Spanish (10.2 million people in L.A.County). (All 10 from the Los Angeles Times) Less than 2% of illegal aliens are picking our crops but 29% are on welfare. http://www.cis.org Over 70% of the United States annual population growth (and over 90% of California, Florida, and New York) results from immigration. The cost of immigration to the American taxpayer in 1997 was a NET (after subtracting taxes immigrants pay) $70 BILLION a year, [Professor Donald Huddle, Rice University]. The lifetime fiscal impact (taxes paid minus services used) for the average adult Mexican immigrant is a NEGATIVE 29% of inmates in federal prisons are illegal aliens. Mexicans dishonest and theft, since their born always be theft and lier , stupid goverment trust to all illegals, they never pay tax and they never speak english because goverment website espanols. what they want just MAKING BABIES to get more all benefits and citizen must be pay the price....KICKS ALL POLITIC TRAITORS
  • In reply to the first paragraph of the article (too boring to read in full), I can give this answer to your question, "how illegal immigration HELPS our country?": Because illegals have low education, subject themselves to low income and are overall much cheaper to the employer, they allow many American business to keep competitive in a globalized market and, thus, preserving jobs of the better educated part of the work force. The part that is on the loosing end... well, loses. The truth of the matter is that, even though American workers HAVE a very high productivity, that productivity is not even close to the standard of living that they have grown used to. If, they have it their way, they will drag the entire economy down and take the well educated white collar part along. It really comes to a battle WITHIN the American society. Are the people who worked their asses off to become competitive willing to haul the uneducated asses.
  • illegal immigration helps this country because we have more people coming to it and more people means more tax payers. When has it ever been a bad thing in America for the population to grow? Its a fortunate thing actually to have people who want to come to our country and work and raise their families for generations. It makes our country stronger, the more the better. Like Bush said " your either with us or your against us " and these people want to be with us. If people really want to get on their high horse about drains on American tax-payer dollars we need to first look at our own government. They are the biggest drain on taxpayers with tons of overspending, look that up concerned uninformed citizen.
  • I like FAIR. I am a member. I can see where some people are concerned about bias. Try Hispanics4secureborders or LAIR(Latino Americans for Immigration Reform).
  • I am against illegal immigration.They should come legally.I want amnesty for the illegals in the country Right now.(I'm stubborn,I know).That being said,FAIR is a legitimate organization,no bias.I will leave it at that.I don't have an arguement.
  • I dont suspect that I will find any correct info on a Minute Men website, they exagerate things and lie to make people hate illegal immigrants.
  • I read the article.....also the checked out the rest of the site. Very interesting reading. BUT to answer the question I don't think I have ever used "HELPS" our country when referring to this subject.....so I can't "tell you again". I have said MANY other things that I still believe (even after reading the informative article)....but NOPE never "HELPS". Peace
  • The mexicans help our country by picking crops. I know nobody wantes to work 12 hours and get paid less than mimimum wage.
  • I dont think there is anyone against illegal immagration rather against gettiing rid of all of them wether you like it or not we need them I just want them to have a legal status and pay taxes like the rest of us, that all
  • good job. u believe what the media tells you right. keep on rotting your brain and keep on being manipulated. The American government has always manipulated the people. i feel so sorry for you.
  • Glenn is right, we can jus offer guesses. Where I live, California, it is still very uncommon. A guess would be 5%. Checks, cash and direct deposits are still the norm here.
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  • No one keeps this statistic so the answer would be made up. If you are renting from a very large company - I bet more than 70% of the renters pay it on line. If you are renting from a small company or individual I bet the percentage goes down to 25%.
  • I wish. My townhouse was being professionally managed until the owner took back over! Now the owner won't cash my rent checks (she has had one for over a month)... and won't allow me to pay online cause she doesn't do that. Not to mention she is a bitty, she is rude when I call and doesn't respond until I call multiple times.
  • I lost my California ID. But I have my permanent resident card, my old bank card from bank of america with my picture on it. I lost my social security card too. But I have a paper copy of my ca id and social. So I was wondering what id i would need to open an account. I don't have any students id. & I need to cash my check immediatly before it expires.
  • I don't know how banks open accounts today after sept 11, but all they ask from me was a photo ID, social security card, and school transcripts such as report card to validate my address. Anyway, just go to the bank and ask for help. How far is the bank anyway??
  • With the Patriot Act, it is a law that a bank must have possitive ID on all of their customers. As long as you have a government issued ID with your picture on it then you can open an account. If it does not have your picture on it, it will most likely depend on the bank and the person you are working with. Good Luck!
  • Most need to see somthing original, you will need to call the banks that you are interested in opening accounts with and see what exactly will work for them. Good Luck.
  • The Bank. Preferably the one you do your banking at. Call them in the morning. And you don't really need much. The best way to convert money is on your ATM or Debit card. You get the best exchange rate, and you will probably be charged less for the fees, as well. check with your bank on that. And that's for cash, but use a credit card for most of your purchases. It's all done automatically for you. Again, check with your banks, some charge as much as 3% for the fees, and some as low as 1%. use the lowest you can.
  • depends where you live, be more specific...CAs kind of a big state. Some banks will, Disneyland has a spot, the airport before you go....
  • probably airport.... if not in cali you can easily do it when you get to europe ....they have exchange places all over the airports
  • I have played at Pogo over the years, and have purchased Membership Cards at Target. Now they don't sell them. I live in Northern California near Santa Rosa. Can ANYONE Please Tell Me Where I Can Find The $10.00 Pogo Membership Cards Now ?? I have checked around, and can't find them. Thank You for your help. :-)
  • Try Walmart, good luck. Target and Walmart are the only 2 that I knew of....if it is an issue of paying cash vs credit card they accept check, money order, and you can also go to the bank with the cash and get a mastercard or visa gift card which work like a credit card.
  • "Or" means you only need one signature. "And" means you need everyone. Deleting a name(s) is still considered a transfer. Are you related? spouse, domestic partner, grandparent, son etc...? You would use REG 256 and check in section A. additon or deletion of family member. This exempts you from the use tax. And section B of REG 256 check first one .... the parent etc... this exempts you from getting it smogged. You need: $15 for transfer You need the title. One signature on front, to release the car from being title the way it is titled. Then sign again on back, putting just you back on as "buyer" cash or check The other parties fill out a Release of Liability and turn that in to the DMV
  • this is somewhat consistent with EJ, good theory to take plates off (in the event that they stay with the owner). In some states, the plates stay with the motor vehicle and then there isn't something you're able to do as properly threatening the hot proprietor to sign up it. And get the information of the guy who's taking over legal possession of your motor vehicle once you sell it.
  • You mean other than Robert Allen? You might check out John T. Reed. He's done yeoman's work on the various real estate prophets. His page or Robert Allen is here http://www.johntreed.com/Reedgururating....The list of people he's researched is here http://www.johntreed.com/Reedgururating....The essential passage on Robert Allen: "At best, you would have negative cash flow following his books. At worst, you would go bankrupt and wind up in jail. He doesn’t put it this way, but his nothing-down techniques almost all require you to mislead an institutional lender or take advantage of an unsophisticated seller or both. The president of his Atlanta Robert Allen Nothing Down Club literally went to federal prison (at Eglin AFB, FL) for doing illegal nothing-down deals. There is virtually nothing in his material about how to make a profit. Rather he simply assumes that real estate goes up so much every year that you need only buy it to cash in. Click here for a little story about his association with probate guru Jim Banks." I wrote a little article about this kind of "expertise" here: http://www.searchlightcrusade.net/posts/...
  • Only Robert Allen.
  • If you're in SoCal, you might want to focus on Short Sales. Also, Bill Gatten has a product he calls a PACT trust, which is a form of a land trust that legally bypasses the due on sale clause and offers people facing foreclosure a way out without possibly being 1099ed, like in a short sale. The land trust also is a better alternative to a lease purchase option because you can evict the tennant if they don't pay rent. I personally don't trust Reed. You have to wonder about a guy who finds negative aspects about people who sell the same info he does. Regards
  • All such courses, are vague at best. They are designed to get your money, that's it. Although they don't lie, it's what they don't say that is very important. Anyone who makes money in real estate, must do a lot of home work, in the field. The only way to make money in real estate is to buy at a lower price than you can sell for. It's all about the numbers.
  • Not for two grand and three days of hassle. They could achieve what you're talking about with much less effort and cash, and they do in California already. I believe in LA or SF or maybe both now they have a program where you get an ID card that lets you in to another security check that is basically just the flashing of the ID. It's intended for frequent fliers like business people. I'd do it if they offered it globally, but not for 2 G's and 3 days of my time.
  • If I flew often I would definitely consider it. I've only flown once, though, and don't play on flying again any time soon.
  • Nope.
  • If they guarantee the same rights, why isn't that good enough? I really don't see the big deal with having a different name for it...I mean, gay couples ARE different. We are a small minority, we aren't the norm and I'd honestly be thrilled if my state legalized civil unions. I just don't get why its so important to so may gay people that they be allowed to get 'married'? Isn't it the rights they're after, not a stupid title?
  • I'm with you--it's marriage under a different name. But certain courts have decided that under a different name it's not the same. Here in California where I live, you need a driver's license to cash a check, to identify yourself to a cop, even to enter certain govt. buildings. If you don't drive, you can still get a 'license'--you get the picture and all that, but it's just meant as an ID card, you can't use it to drive. I thought Civil Unions would work about the same. But they don't really. Civil unions are just something for over-cautious Democrats to advocate (like Obama). It's like Republicans going after the Christian Right vote by saying 'Well, personally I'm against abortion. I think it's murder! But I don't think it's anything for the govt. to be involved in." These are 'safe' positions, calculated to capture votes on one side without unduly angering the other side. People have said they favor civil unions, but they haven't actually been implemented anywhere, at this point the whole idea is tentative. The way I see it, there are two things we call 'marriage'. The word has two completely separate meanings, two separate functions. And sometimes we confuse these meanings. Sometimes on purpose. One meaning is a religious sacrament. Two people stand up at the front of a church and a clergyman mumbles some words over them, and then they're considered to be joined by God, one person in the eyes of God. The other meaning is a civil partnership. Two people enter into a legal relationship allowing them to co-mingle finances, make certain decisions for one another, own property together, etc. The religious meaning, churches have a right to decide that without any interference from government. They can marry who they like, exclude who they like, it's entirely up to them. But the civil meaning, that's a right of citizenship, a 'civil right'. In the US we have only one class of citizenship--every citizen has exactly the same rights and privileges of citizenship. That includes gays. In fact it really has nothing to do with sex at all. It's just an economic partnership. Suppose two old widows get to be great friends and decide to pool their resources and buy a house to live in together, to become a 'family'. They should be able to become 'partners', to own the house together, to visit one another in the hospital, to make end-of-life decisions for one another, to share a joint bank account, etc. etc. It has nothing to do with sex or reproduction, it's just an arrangement of convenience to the both of them. Why not?
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  • It's because they want it to be legal so that it's "real" I guess and so that there are proof that they are a couple. Plus legal couples can do things that civil couples cannot ex: file tax together, adopt a kid ect. Yeah I kind of agree with you. Back than marriages were not even legal. There were no legalize marriage, it's just a ceremony and everyone knows that you are married and that's it, you are now officially husband and wife. That's how it is in the beginning and the way it was originally. Nothing is legalized and no paper work require or anything like that. It's still like that in many countries over seas. Yes they are after the right to get married. I guess now a day it has to be legalized in order for it to be considered as "real" and gay people want that, they want their marriage to be considered as real by others and to be taken seriously and to have proof of their marriage. A civil union cannot provide that.
  • Civil Unions are not a bonding, everlasting commitment to a loved one like marriage is. A Civil Union or a Domestic Partnership is a contract. Thus, it isn't the same as marriage. In addition, Civil Unions are only recognized in the same state the couple signed the contract in. If the couple were to move to another state, they would no longer be recognized as financially being together. So, not only can they not make the 1 commitment of forever, they also can't even sign a contract and have it valid in other parts of the same country. That sound fair to you? A civil union is a paper you sign. A marriage is a commitment. Which has more meaning for 2 people who love each other?
  • Thank you for the question. It seems to me that in order to answer that question I have to divide it in half. I would ask anyone who starts reading this to read the entire answer, both parts. 1. Civil unions as a governmental function -- I absolutely agree with you. The secular government of our secular country should not be in the business of marrying people -- ANY PEOPLE. The government should offer a package of benefits to committed couples of whatever type -- and should call it something, and civil unions work as well as anything else. Marriage should remain a religious commitment and ceremony. The government's only part should be the granting of that package of benefits - which could be granted in the same manner that a marriage license is now granted. Which brings us to ... 2. Marriage, as a function of the churches and other religious groupings should NOT be interfered with, by anyone. That means that no Catholic priest or Southern Baptist minister should ever be pressured to marry gay couples. ... It also means, in a nation with no established religion and religious freedom, something else however. I ask that you think about this seriously. Let your automatic reaction rage first, then sit back and think about it, as an American. It also should mean that those priests, ministers, and rabbis from sects that support gay marriage and believe it to be as holy as straight marriage (among officially recognized denominational groups you can start with: The United Church of Christ, The Church of the Brethren, the Metropolitan Community Church, the Unitarian Church, the North American Spiritualist Church, the Unity Church, the Congregations of Reform Judaism, the Correllian Nativist Church International, and majorities of congregations in several denominations that leave it up to individual parishes to decide whether or not they honor gay marriage as holy [there you can start with the Congregationalists and the Episcopalians, the Conservative Egalitarian Jewish Congregations and the Covenant of the Goddess]. ) I or anyone else like me has NO RIGHT WHATSOEVER to determine what YOUR priest can do; but contrawise, you have NO RIGHT WHATSOEVER to decide what my priest can do. Your sacraments and your canon law must be respected by your coreligionists -- but likewise our sacraments and our canon law must be respected by my coreligionists. That is the nature of freedom of religion - and that is really what this whole debate is about, gays are incidental to it - a convenient cipher that can be used to argue a very different point -- that being -- does one group of religions, in the United States, despite the founding documents of this great nation, have the right or the power to use the government to enforce their beliefs on another group of religions. The last time this was tested was in the 1800s -- and the decision was clearly yes. It's being tested again, I think the country is more complex now, and it is less likely to succeed in the long run -- the first sign of that was the collapse of the bans on interracial marriage. So call it civil unions if you want -- for everyone -- and let the churches and synagogues and temples and groves DO WHAT THEY EACH WANT TO DO about who to marry -- which then will be a purely religious ceremony. I think if you think it over carefully, you will agree that is a logical solution (and one already proposed in the New York State Assembly by Assemblywoman Deborah Glick (D-Manhattan). ) Thank you again for the question. Kindest thoughts, Hermes
  • Marriages have 1,000+ rights that you can not receive if you are just civilly married. Look up marriage benefits in your area and look up civil union benefits. Civil unions only have about ten of those 1,000 + benefits. Also some religious gays would like to be able to get married under their god. That is also not possible with unions. You really think if it was the same thing that the anti gays would be fighting so hard to not allow gay marriage? because even they know that it is not the same.
  • Because a legal, civil marriage and a civil union don't offer the same rights and protections. Also, why should we have to settle for different title just because we're "different"? Even if a civil marriage and a civil union were the same thing (same rights, same protections, etc), why bother with calling it something else? It's ridiculous to give a different name to the exact same.
  • What's the difference between a civil union and a marriage? The same difference as between "separate but equal" and "equal".
  • One's marriage and the other civil union isn't really marriage . civil union doesn't even give gay couples the same priviages that marriage give straight couples .
  • They don't include a few hundred rights that marriages do, they aren't honored in many foreign countries in the same way as marriages, and they aren't recognized on the federal level. Why is it so important for heterosexual people to retain the word 'marriage'?
  • I recently got two job offers. One starts next Monday, and the other job starts the Monday after that. The latter job pays more so I'll obviously be taking that one. However, the first one does state that it has paid training. If I accept both jobs and quit the first one during the first week of paid training, by law do they owe me a pay check? Thanks. I hate to screw them over but I could really use the extra cash.
  • In California it's At-Will Employment, which means either party reserves the right to end the employment agreement at their discretion. I don't necessarily think that they would sue you, but I don't think you should accept. Regardless on how much you might need the money, you don't want to burn any bridges. If you decide to go on with your idea, well then yes, they will have to pay you for the hours that you worked.
  • Yes, you are entitled to pay for the few days you worked. I would think it should have come 1-2 weeks later, depending on whether they pay weekly or bi-weekly. I would call them and let them know you haven't received your earnings yet. Do you know if this company gives its employees their paychecks at the store rather than them being mailed to employees' homes? It is illegal for them not to pay you. Just because you worked for a few days doesn't mean that you don't get paid. You worked and earned your pay. I forget what it's called exactly, but there is some type of Act or Law that prohibits an employer from not paying his/her employees. I'm sure when you were hired that they had you sign some forms. There should be an Employer-Employee Agreement or something of the sort that you had to fill out and sign, which protects you and your employer in certain instances. But back to the point, they cannot refuse to pay you!
  • It is incorrect that a w-2 will lead future employers to hidden employers. That said, it is hardly ethical to start a job in training when you know you'll be leaving it. The work's pay isn't worth this kind of ethical behavior. You never know when you'll run back into this employer or individual supervisor in the future and the bad taste you'd leave me, as an employer, is bitter.
  • They can sue you legally for the value of the training, which is probably greater than your paycheck - and then you'll be flagged as a problem employee for the rest of your career - don't do it. Remember, if they cut you a W-2 statement, any future employer can find them and ask for a reference.
  • there is no way to tell, so you got no choice to do the first job for 1 week then quit, pretend you got hurt on the last day then work the 2nd job and never look back
  • I have a question about this years taxes (Federal and California State). We (wife and I) sent a request for automatic payment with California and we have not heard anything back. Federal: I sent a payment and asked to make payments on what I owe. They cashed the check a long time ago and I still have not received any letters.. What gives? Do they just take a long time to get back to people? How do you follow up?
  • For Federal Installment Agreements, it does takes anywhere from 30-60 days to hear whether your installment agreement was granted or not. You will receive a letter if accepted with the terms and conditions of the installment agreement and the voucher to send the payment and address where to mail the payment. FYI: Federal: Checks are pulled from the returns or correspondence and sent to be deposited, so yes you will see the check was deposited. Then the correspondence or Installment Agreement Request (Form 9465) is sent to the collection department to be processed. Collections departments as well as all department in IRS work the case, correspondence, returns etc by IRS received date.
  • Dear Justin: CA and the IRS are back logged beyond belief. With the Federal, live up to your request until you hear differently. CA if it was an automatic payment you should know if it was processed or not. States and Federal will not routinely acknowledge payments. Federal 800-829-1040 if all else fails. This advice was prepared based on our understanding of the tax law in effect at the time it was written as it applies to the facts that you provided. Click on my profile to read more. Errol Quinn Enrolled Agent Master Tax Advisor
  • I need to move out as soon as possible and was wondering if there was any way to do so without having my 4 siblings being checked out by social services. I understand how privileged I am to have a home and a family, but bills are never paid (electric, water, cable, food, etc.) and I always find myself having to scrape up the cash to help my mother with her financial instability, with all the money I give her to feed herself and her kids it would be easier just to take care of my being. There is much verbal abuse in between us and it is extremely unhealthy. If I move out she would have more resources to take care of all my younger siblings. I am an educated girl and understand what moving out is and all of the duties that come along with it. I would like to know all of the possibilities of me leaving the house while still maintaining an education and without the risk of social services contacting the rest of my family. I do not need your opinion or thought, only options and facts for my situation.
  • Your only option is CPS involement. You have no other choices, especially in California.
  • You have zero options. A 16 yr old cannot work, rent, or do anything else that an adult can do without parental permission. Many of those things (such as renting) cannot usually be done even WITH permission. EDIT: you want facts? Fact: you are not eligible for emancipation. First, you are not yet 16. Second, you are not living alone. Third, you are not providing 100% of your own living expenses. Fourth, you do not have your parent's permission Fact: you cannot rent an apartment, because no landlord will rent to a minor who cannot legally sign a lease. Fact: you cannot get a better job, because those under 18 can only work if their parents agree. No, you cannot lie about it, because employers need PROOF of your age.
  • Tell them that you're going away to a friends' house to sleep over a couple of days. Take your essentials in a couple of bags ('essentials' does NOT mean your CD collection). Be prepared to leave 90% of your possessions behind. Only take electronics like a phone, camera etc. if you plan to sell them. Take a bus and go as far as possible, and live in a homeless shelter. Find a cheap place to live and lie about your name and situation. When searching for jobs, lie on the application form and say that you are 16 or 17, and do not tell them your real name. If you are ever assaulted, robbed or beaten, never get the police involved. You will find absolutely no help so don't expect any. And don't expect anyone to be impressed if you call yourself 'intelligent' and 'educated'. You won't be able to maintain an education without a serious amount of luck and you will be unsafe for many years. Most runaways eventually have to prostitute themselves if they want to eat, and some become part of a criminal gang to stay safe from other gangs, so be prepared for that too.
  • Your chances of emancipation are nil. In order to be emancipated, you have to prove to the court that you can financially support yourself without aid from anyone, no roomies, no living with friends etc. everything on your own. If you are scraping enough to help with some groceries, there is no way you make enough to pay rent and utilities. You have to prove that you have a good reason, what you describe above is nowhere near a good reason. Your parents must agree with it. Less than 1% of emancipation's nation wide are granted. Your mother may agree to let you live somewhere else, but from the sounds of it, I doubt it.
  • My mother-in-law won't sell me the car for cheap because she wants to give the title to her son. I guess she thinks I will steal it or whatever bullshit.. So, We are low on cash and I want to know... Would it be better for us if she gave the car as a gift or if she transferred the title to family. I live in california so if any other californians know the answer that would be awesome!!. I'm looking for the best way to avoid taxes and extra fee's since I'm the one having to pay for all this ****.
  • The state refers to transferring ownership to or from one of the following as a family transfer: Spouse Parent Child Grandparent Grandchild Siblings Domestic partner Keep in mind that California waives the use tax and smog test requirement between immediate family members (including grandparents and grandchildren, but not adult siblings) as long as the registration renewal fees are not due. Read more about this below. If you need to learn more about the smog requirements in California, visit our section titled Smog & Emission Checks. 1.Have the registered owner fill out the back of the title, signing and dating it and entering the mileage in the designated area if the vehicle is less than 10 years old. Read more about odometer mileage reporting on the state site. 2.Have the new owner also sign and date the title, acknowledging the odometer reading. 3.If the registration is not current, the new owner must obtain smog certification from the registered owner or take the car to get smogged himself. If the registration is current, the new owner must complete Statement of Facts to take advantage of the smog and use tax exemption offered by the state. 4.The new owner should then make an appointment at the DMV to register and title the vehicle in his name. 5.On the day of the appointment, the new owner should present the above paperwork and pay the $15 transfer fee.
  • In Texas, its cheaper as a gift as all you pay is a $10 gift tax instead of sales tax.
  • Anyone knows how I can get cash for my car which didn't pass smog check? I could have gotten $1000 from the state but miss the opportunity to do it because I declare the car inoperative. It still runs but didn't pass smog check. I try everything to get it to pass. Will cost more to fix then to sell it. Any help would be great. I know Epic (http://www.autoskill.net/dws/epic/index.htm) and Westside (http://verizonsupersite.com/westsideautorecyclingcom/faqs/ ) would take my car. But are these the best option out there.
  • Consider donating the car to a charity. They will give you the retail value of the car and you can use it as a tax deduction. I have done it before and gotten a writeoff of 1200.00 which reduced my taxes from having to pay to getting a small refund. Just shop around for a legitimete charity that will give you the most money value for the donation.
  • Instead of "junking" your car, why not donate it to any of the many charitable organizations that take automobiles, and get a deduction on your income tax . At most a junk yard will only give you $100.00 for a salvage car.
  • No. You need to be 18 years old with a credit card (online or over phone) or cash (in person, in which case they'll see you're not 18) to purchase a plane ticket. Although I just read the news where a 13 year old autistic boy just bought a ticket online with his dad's credit card and flew across the country unknown to his parents, go figure. So I imagine that little stunt will have the airlines cracking down a bit on minors flying alone. And no hotel in their right mind would rent a room to someone under the age of 18. Even if you were able to pay for the room online or over the phone, when you check in, they ask for i.d. first thing and they will be able to tell you're not 18.
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  • Are you talking about that kid that flew across country by himself? That's obviously possible. But they won't let you get a hotel without being 18.
  • You need to be 18, have a credit card, and photo ID. No one will allow a minor in the room by themselves.
  • hotels in california? ok i hope this can help you http://www.BestHotelBookingGuide.blogspot.com
  • I'm 16 and the plan is to take the 1st Amtrak train to the Salinas Valley. Now I know the age is usually 18 but, I think if I find a seedy enough hotel and lie it may be possible. Ya know the whole cash up front deal. Sure beats sleeping in the the streets. Also I plan on being gone from home for 6 days. ( 2 on the train, 2 spent in California, and 2 more to get back also spent on the train. No my parents don't know about this, and No I don't plan on getting caught sooooo....... 3 questions: Is the hotel deal possible? If so any suggestions/warnings? And finally, How do I establish a believable alibi/What to say? P.s.-The history will be erased (no paper trail) and Yes I've already thought about school so the expedition will begin in the summer.
  • Are you a girl? I guess you like living way too much if you are going to risk anything like that... if you find a seedy hotel like that then you will find even seedier people who will ask for special favors or do other things because you are traveling alone and nobody will know where you are = kidnapped or killed without a trace. But you are young and very naive and you are going to do what you are going to do. And actually most hotels and motels aren't at 18, they are 21, as in most won't let you check in until you are 21. I think it is a very stupid idea but it's your life you are risking, not mine. I will not give you an alibi to give to your parents while you are gone, this is beyond stupid, ignorant and just plain wrong. And no this isn't just paranoia, it happens ALL the time and YES it can happen to you. It happens to people like you every single day. I am an adult who can check in anywhere I want and I would still never want to travel alone. And, let me guess, you are going because of someone you met online and that is why you can't tell your parents?... What a genius... Hopefully you learn before it's too late.
  • Are you particular? i replace into able to hire a room at 18. i mandatory a credit card to get the room, so as that they had value it if some thing exceeded off to the room. perhaps you do not have a credit card or debit card and for this reason you will no longer have the skill to get a room? At any value, that's no longer unlawful to be denied a lodge room. optimal motor vehicle house companies refuse to hire to all human beings under 25, and the few that do have surcharges. There are policies against age discrimination, regardless of the undeniable fact that that's frequently approximately scuffling with discrimination against the elderly.
  • Hello im 18 year old male i live in California, Question is how old do you have to be to be considerd an adult when going to rent a hotel room. i thought 18 was adult in the U.S? im trying to stay here http://www.bestwesterncalifornia.com/hotels/best-western-oxnard-inn/ and it says this Deposit Policy: Guaranteed to your credit card for late arrival. A valid credit card must be presented at check-in. Cancellation Policy: Cancel before 6PM hotel time on March 18, 2009 to avoid a charge Child Policy: Children 18 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding. id only like to stay one night. how old is "adult" in hotel conditions. i dont plan to have a party or nothing like that its something that means more to me that most of you think. is there anyway to pay cash for a hotel like this? with out going to one of those super cheep nasty negative one star hotels? the child policy is absurd. if you are wondering yes its for me and my girlfriend. we both have parents who are authoritative and overly protective. but i would like your bias and personal thoughts to stay to yourself. along with the whole get married first and etc.
  • Yeah 18 is the adult age to rent a hotel room. All you need for a room is to be 18 and up, and a credit card, so if you break something, they put it on your bill.
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  • The standard is 18 years of age to get a room. However, some places require the customer to be 21. You might want to call them and ask the minimum age.
  • thanks to each and everyone of you guys for the replies!
  • My cousin was recently arrested in California and my family and I can not get a hold of him. The police say they will not relay any messages, they have not provided him with an interpreter and he has been in there since before Christmas. I do not know what is legal or not but shouldn't they be able to provide him with some form of communication to my aunt or simply to let us know what is going on? I need to know some of the rights that the deaf and hard of hearing are supposed to be provided, if any, with citations or some proof. I mean, when you are arrested, aren't you provided with one phone call? What happens when you are deaf?? Thank you so much.
  • Hello Carrissa: Sorry to read about your cousin's predicament. Under ADA Title II, they [police] need to be able to communicate with him. If they can do so with written notes, or if he can read lips, then they are not required to have an interpreter. For his one phone call, he may have used it to contact an attorney via TTY. You may look up his name in the court records to figure out what is going on. If bail is available, pay it or secure a bail bond. He may be embarrassed, and doesn't want to involve anyone from the family. If you are really concerned that his rights have been violated, contact the civil liberties group http://www.aclu.org/ to look into it. As you may know, the deaf community has it's own culture and closeness. It is possible that he has contacted a deaf friend for help and/or support. If you aunt hasn't already done so, she could check with some of his acquaintances to see if they were in touch. National Association of the Deaf has a great web page [ http://www.nad.org/issues/justice ] that highlights the areas of the law that the police, court, and jail, must follow to provide fair justice to your cousin. If she cannot find the answers she specifically is looking for, she may contact NAD at: http://www.nad.org/forms/contact-nad they have advocates, attorneys, and referrals that they can recommend. Also, she could telephone and get his inmate number, and the correct address and procedures to write letters to him if he is allowed mail. She may also inquire if he is allowed cash money, or money orders, and the procedure to apply funds to his inmate account. The money can be used by him to purchase [cigarettes, candy, magazines, postage, writing paper, etc.] Good luck, I really hope he is OK.
  • Sounds like someone needs to contact a lawyer. Legal aid in the county and city of the arrest.
  • You need to contact Sonic and have the checks reissued, there is no one else that can do it.
  • If your parents took the money they are the ones you need to talk to not the treasury office. Check this website to see if there is any unclaimed money in your name, if not your parents cashed the checks.
  • You contact Sonic.
  • Disgraceful" In California, where, according to The Los Angeles Times, 79 out of 148 tribal casinos and state-licensed poker rooms have welfare-friendly ATM machines on the premises, it's particularly easy. "What these people are doing inside casinos in the first place is a good question," says the State Assembly's Republican Leader, Martin Garrick (R-Solana Beach). Stating that $1.8 million in state welfare revenues were withdrawn from ATMs in gambling establishments over an eight-month period, Garrick adds, "It's disgraceful and needs to cease immediately." While it's unclear whether the casinos were merely laissez faire about the welfare-dispensing ATMs or actually complicit in the machines being there, this is a softball issue that any politician will find easy to take a stand on. California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger released an executive order forbidding welfare recipients from using their EBT cards at casino ATMs.
  • nope...not true....
  • That's usually a state program, and California instituted a new law some time ago removing the right of welfare beneficiaries to do that
  • anything to be negative same old republicon try suing computer to research facts as to why people need help and what can do to help them get off welfare instead answer is no..most resorts/ casinos are for the rich corporation welfare kings...where room costs 500 to 2000 per night....giving them your tax dollars each month...yet attack people who are on welfare... nice country you live in.wow
  • Last I heard, here in NYC, you can get 7 dollars in cash for 10 in food stamps. This business transaction is performed at your local, friendly Bodega..;-)
  • TANF regulations haven's changed under the current administration.
  • In four states you can use your food stamp debit card for restaurant meals. Try the filet.
  • Well, I DO know that Plantation Conservatives can exchange their brains and heart for hatred, ignorance and bigotry anytime they want.
  • No you are just a fake news victim.
  • False: you don't receive welfare
  • Yes, you can trade food stamps for crack.
  • Yes you can and I welcome your business
  • I'm currently 18 years old and I started working and make around 450 a week. But they take away from me $100 and end up with 350. I got hired from an agency and put that I have 2 dependents. Myself and my girlfriend. She lives with me and we soon will have a baby. I don't know how these tax things work but last time I reviewed my check it said allowance was 0, and I'm guessing those are the dependents. So the agency got me wrong there or what is going on. I really need more money I can't live off them taking away 100 from me, What should I do ? We are not married, but we do live together. A co-worker is about to quit and he usually makes around 1400-1600 every two weeks and I'm gonna try to get his position but they take around 300-500 for tax. What do you recommend me to do. My dad told me to just leave it like that and when taxes come to just claim my girlfriend and baby and I will get more cash back. Any tips or help Is it bad to put more dependents then I actually have because some guys at work are divorced and say they put 8 dependents and only get 60 off tax per payroll. Some help will do. I live in California in Monterey county
  • My girlfriend lives with me, She does not work, The baby will be born on Nov. And I do plan on getting married, Unknown date up to this day. If I don't claim my girlfriend then who will? Her dad? He hasn't even gave her anything. She worked up to the day she moved in with me and stopped during pregnancy. Who claims her then? No one? Her parents? or Me? She can't do her taxes yet. Not 18 for 2012 taxes
  • First of all if your not married do not claim your girlfriend. Second you can't claim your unborn child on 2012 taxes unless they child is born before the end of the year. Oh yeah you can't claim your baby if your girlfriend does. The good news is that since you make little to no money you will get back all your fed taxes without claiming illegal deductions. Don't screw with the IRS.
  • Exactly when did your gf move in with you? That matters for whether or not you can claim her. Do the two of you live on your own, or with someone else like maybe your parents?. And you say she can't do 2012 taxes because she isn't 18. Don't know where you got that idea, but it's not correct, age has nothing to do with it. But yes, the line on your paystub for allowances should be what you put on your W-4. And btw they're allowances, not dependents. Talk to your payroll people. If you do pay in too much, you'll get it refunded when you file, but sounds like you need it now, not waiting until later. And yes, it's a VERY bad idea to put more allowances than you actually have. It's illegal, and these idiots will end up owing a lot when they file their taxes. Good luck with the baby.
  • THOSE guys at work are committing perjury and probably tax fraud. It is WRONG, and illegal to claim MORE allopwances than you are entitled to. Your GF can ONLY be a dependent IF she lived with you the entire year, earned less than $3800, neither of you is married to anyone else, she isn't providing More than half her own support, etc. Many people CANNOT be claimed as a dependent by anyone! That's the rules. Age is irrelevant when it comes to doing taxes, it is income that controls whether you have to file a return or not, and whether you will get a refund or not. One can change their w-4 at work at any time. Go in to work and request that you file a new w-4, and claim 2 allowances. No matter WHAT you claim, you will have SS and Medicare taken from your paychecks. Saying 0 allowances means they did not put in for 2 which you can probably claim. Who lives where, with whom? Are you in your own place or with your parents? www.irs.gov Do I have to file? Qualifying Relative
  • Unless your girlfriend lived with you for 100% of 2012 (and you can prove it), you can't even begin to claim her exemption. If your income is higher and you live with the baby from birth to the end of the year, you will claim the baby and could have put more "allowances" on your W-4 (by the way, those are allowances not dependents. Many single people put 2 down and they only claim themselves.)
  • for one thing your father is correct that if you have had too much withheld that you do not owe when yo file, you will get the excess refunded of course, that doesn't help you now when you probably need it, maybe more than when you might get the refund and of course, you will file head of household when the child is born, which you are entitled to do as for the g/f, she has to have lived in YOUR household the ENTIRE year, you provide more than 50% of her support, she does not earn $3800 and she cannot be claimed on the tax return of anyone else for her father to claim her she would have to be less than 19, live in his household 6 months and he provides more than 50% of her support however if she is more than 19, the rules cited above(the full year) could apply which apparently is not the case since you claim you are living together and due to have a child in Nov. 5.65% of your gross is FICA, 1% is SDI and if you claim 0 it means that the maximum that can be withheld is withheld for income tax
  • My parents just recently died, in a terrible accident. I thought i was an only child and always wanted a sibling, when their will was read, they said that i have an older sister that they gave up for adoption and that she was living in california. as one of their dying wishes they wanted me to go to california and find her. I didnt have a number to call her at I just had a name. So i depleted my checking account to go to california to find her, just to find out that she is a heartless person who does not want anything to do with me or anybody in the family. now im broke, lonely and away from my home in new york. what happens now? what should i do?
  • ask a family member to fly you home. Tell them what happened. Someone that loves you will understand. As for the adopted daughter. You did a brave thing and if she cannot understand that and shuts the door on you then she does not deserve to be your sister. She may have a lot of resentment or hurt feelings that you don't know about. More than likely it is her not you. I am so sorry for your loss and my thoughts go out to you. I have been alone like that in a foreign country with no one and totally broke. It sucks. But necessity is the mother of all invention. So pull everything that is in you and get out and make some plans! 1. What do you want to do? Go back to NY? stay in CA? 2. Figure out how much cash you will need 3. look for temporary work on craiglist or go to a temp agency 4. find a place to stay with a friend of a friend or any connection you might have 5. stay positive and focused you can do it! besides that cali is so much fun! Try to make the most of it while you there. You never know what can happen. You are there for a reason. It may not be clear right now but time will show you
  • Was there no inheritance money? Call a relative and tell them your situation and ask them it they will please wire you some money so you can get back home. You can pay them back when you find out what your parents left you. Good luck, sorry your sister didn't work out for you.
  • get a job, save enough money for a ticket back to new york, and then go back... you must at least have some friends to help you cope in NY?
  • Get a job,make enough money to go back.You have to move on.I am very sorry for your parents.
  • go to social servicees and tell them this story...maybe they will help you get back home....good luck
  • have you tried looking at yahoo travel. also some of the hotel website have specials for certain nights you go. i found a room and the shearton for 99.00 its not even on the regular section you would see for checking for the rates. its in the offers section. so definitely check out offers section on all the hotel websites. i don't like going thru expedia or travelocity because you usually have to pay upfront. and then you can't cancel if needed. i like my freedom just in case of a emergency. also disneyland has a so.cal offer for 99.00(funny same price) for 3day park hopper tickets. but you can pick these tickets up at any vons stores(or even disney store in local mall in so cal- i've never had my drivers license checked for this and if you pay cash they really have no reason to check it. so if not from so cal then should be fine. regular price ticket is 69.00 adult/ 59.00 child 1 day ticket(not park hopper) as for airfare- not sure where flying in from- southwest ususally has good deals but not sure if they fly out of your area. other than them i like united. but i haven't had to fly in a few years.
  • mousesavers.com they tell you about discounts
  • So,this is a question I have regarding a situation for my mother. A few years back,about 4 I think, she was offered a deal by one of her employers. (she is a housekeeper,so she works cleaning houses for different people) The deal she was offered was for a new vehicle. One of her employers father's had a 2007 honda odyssey mini van he wanted to get rid of,as he didn't use it much after all. The van had a value of about 30-40,000 at the time. What they offered her was,if she paid them an amount of 12,000 they would use those 12,000 to invest however they wanted. Once those 12,000 invested made enough to pay the van,she would get the title to the vehicle. During these past years,she has had full possesion of the vehicle,which has less than 70,000 miles on it. Now,after the vehicle should already be paid in full,as the contract on it to the dealership has to have ended,she is requesting the title to the van. However,the father now does not want to turn the title in to her and is wanting to take the vehicle back from her. She had no problems before until now. He doesn't want to refund her the money or anything. Just wants to take it back. She had no contract made out in the beginning,as she thought it would be an honest transaction,but now that she sees it is not,she has no idea on what route to take. If anyone out there can shed any legal light on what to do or what her rights are,if she has any,it would greatly be appreciated.
  • thanks Micael for the reply. Well,even if the investment failed,the van was going to be paid off by him. So the deal was that the van is pretty much hers for 12,000 until the van is paid and he can write her over the title. When she paid it,my dad got either a money order or cashiers check,don't remember which, with a note on it stating that it's payment for the van. besides that,she has made each registration payment on it with checks,not cash and not by the father, as well as my dad making the maintenance tune ups at our local dealer himself. The insurance has been under the fathers name as well,but paid by my parents. Again,by checks.
  • Wow. That's a screwed up deal, and one that your Mom is probably not going to get out of. So she gave him 12k, he invested it with no guarantees to her, and said if and when the 12k investment increased to pay off the van, she would get the van. What was the agreement if the investment failed? Surely no one would have promised her that an investment could not fail. Does she have any idea what they invested in? With no proof whatsoever of the agreement, there is nothing your Mom can do, take the loss and learn a lesson. Does she have any proof at all that she handed over the 12k? Anything at all? Do the math on this, the average rate of return for solid investments is at the most, about 10% annually, so her initial 12k investment at the end of the first year would only have yeilded 1200.00, so her total investment now is 13.2K. With that theory, at the end of 4 years, she would only have built a total of 18K (give or take). At that rate, it would take her her 10 years to break the 30k mark, let alone 40.
  • A misdemeanor NO, a felony Yes.
  • Yes it will. If I were you I would try to get it expunged asap. You cannot have a teacher teaching civil moral values to young adults when you got convicted of a crime yourself. Trust me...I'm not judging you but look at that picture. I know the California Teaching Association would...Good luck to you...
  • Hey there, I just got a 7-DVD box set for my birthday that I already own. Since I do not want any other DVDs at the moment, the price rain check that came with it is kind of useless to me. Now I want to resell the DVD(naturally, still in its original packaging) - where do I get most cash for it instead of in-store value? I actually plan on doing it at a store instead of online. The only store-chain I know of that buys used DVDs is F.Y.E. - do they pay well? Or is there any other chains in Northern California that I could try? Thanks!
  • The store should allow you to exchange the DVD set for any merchantise in the store. Unless it is a collector's item, I can't see how you can get more money than the store's orig. price.
  • i was recieving social security disability off my dad and wen i turned 18 it went into my name but they said that last month would be my last check becuz i graduated last month but they sent me another check in the mail today and im not sure if i should cash it or wait till monday and call them to make sure it wasnt a mistake any ideas? ive never been in major trouble with the law just a couple mistakes in my life n im just not sure wat to do here
  • It is most likely your last check.
  • You should choose by the school itself, not the area! You also should visit to see which school is the right fit. While Cal State LA isn't in the best area, their up and coming film school program is respected by the industry. They get a lot of very talented students, because the other top film schools are very competitive and have few spaces compared to the number of talented applicants. It's literally tougher to get accepted to USC, UCLA and Chapman/Dodge film programs than it is to get into Harvard, which admits only 6% of applicants. These film schools are down around 5% admits, and that's after being admitted to the school itself. (USC only admits 50 into it's film program, 25 into it's screenwriting program.) The Cal State LA campus is safe, their limited housing is fine, the immediate surrounding area is not that nice. Many students live in nearby areas like Alhambra, South Pasadena, etc when they attend Cal State LA, it's mostly a commuter campus. You'll pay non-resident fees for about a year, depending on their policies (check into them carefully), somewhere around $10,000, depending on the number of classes you're taking. LMU also has a good program, it's starting to build a good reputation in the industry. If the Universal City address is the NY Film Academy, unless you have a lot of extra cash, and can't get into any college based program, even respected community college programs like Pasadena City College or LACC, then OK, but it is not on the same level. Be careful when considering non-college based programs, sometimes they aren't what they seem, a lot of hype that really isn't true, especially about later employment. The exception would be AFI, they have a great, very expensive program, but one must be 21 to be in the program. The programs at the respected art schools, like Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, tend to be good, but on the expensive side. Art Center has older freshman, avg age 22, because students attend college for general education before, and to have time to build up a good enough portfolio, but they do admit some kids out of high school. Here are a couple of very good community college programs, public colleges, so you'll pay non-resident fees for about a year (check into the policies), but the price is still very reasonable. There are no dorms at most CA community colleges. PCC, in Pasadena, nice area. http://www.pasadena.edu/divisions/visual...http://www.facebook.com/pages/PCC-Cinema...LACC, in Hollywood, not the best area, but nice neighborhoods to live in close by, like parts of East Hollywood, Franklin, Los Feliz, Glendale. http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/de...Are you filming not now? If not, you should be, as much as possible, which means every week. You don't need expensive equipment. You'll get the most out of film school if you already are very familiar with the hands on process. Have you looked into colleges with film programs in your area? If you're on a budget, you should consider that as a good first step. Very good "film school" on a CD for $60, well worth it. http://www.interactivefilmschool.com/ Good luck!
  • For $3 hundred,000 you will possibly be able to desire to stay tremendously a ways from Beverly Hills and additionally you would be out of that school district. There are different areas like Brentwood or Santa Monica yet you cant get a severe high quality domicile for $3 hundred,000.
  • The first address is CSLA near 710, 10, most residents are Asian, near freeway and railroad. The 2nd is Loyola University in north of LAX, most residents are Latino and a lot of commercial buildings, very noisy. The 3rd is Universal studio, never heard there is film school inside. Anyway, all those 3 " film school" are not authentic . Don't waste your hard earning money. The only goos film schools are USC and UCLA.
  • I heard San Francisco is lovely!
  • Hi, Two days back I went to a car dealer to see the used car, he shows one car and price was negotiated between us.SO we said today is saturday so we will come on monday with cash.But dealer said that you can give me a personal check and finish paper work today,monday you can give me the cash and take your personal check return.So we finished the paperwork,he took my driving license copy also.Next day I found that Car Fax report is not clear of that car.So now I want to cancel the Contract.I asked to the dealer to cancel the contract,he asked 375$ to cancel the contract as per CA DMV Law.Is there any law is there?I am very new to USA.Any one can you helo me in this thing?
  • Here is California's Car Buyers Bill Of Rights http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/brochures/fas...Nowhere does it say the dealer can keep $375 to cancel a contract. If you did not take possession of the car, you should be able to cancel this deal. If the dealer will not refund your money, take them to small claims court. Hire an attorney to represent you legally and send the dealer a letter stating if a full refund is not given, you will take them to court.
  • he is fabricating things to get some money out of you. DONT PAY IT. That said, you signed a CONTRACT. Thats legally binding. Maybe. The bad car fax should be a legal way out. The fact that you havent paid him anything suggests the dealer wont sue you over it. So they are ASKING for $375. I wouldnt pay it. While a judge in small claims COULD side with them, they dont want to spend a day in court suing a customer and id say its 50-50. Could go either way.
  • If you did not take delivery of the vehicle they can not hold you up to the contract. If you did take delivery of the vehicle then yes, the can cahrge you that amount. They will try to keep you in the car they are trying to sell, keep your grounds (if you didn't take delivery you are not responsible) and walk away.
  • My husband and I got ours the same day (in California) all we needed were our driver's licenses. You then have like 90 days to get married, if you don't get married in that time you just have to get another one. You might want to bring along a birth certificate just in case your county requires that. Also, make sure you know the full names of both of your parents and the location of their births(city, and state, country if outside of U.S.). You might want to make an appointment with your county clerk's office before hand, in case it gets busy, and bring cash in case they don't accept check or credit.
  • i believe they told me 72 hours a few months ago. unless u are military (or ur spouse) then they waiver that time and u get it right then and there.
  • try asking where you apply... or would that make too much sense.
  • Good luck in this economy. but that sounds like banking hours. have you tried the banks or credit unions in your area. all so check cashing places. what ever you do don't quit your job until you have another. I have been unemployed for three years now. I live in California and we are always the last state to recover when there is a national financial crisis. the news says we are headed for another recession but I didn't know the first one was over. but seriously. keep looking and you will find what you are looking for. Good luck
  • Pretty much only have? Things like degrees are binary: Yes or no. Most professions work Monday through Friday but, have qualifications. Either a degree or professional certification (I.E. Electrician). Don't waste your one chance at your one life. Stay in school, get some qualifications, and drastically improve your out look.
  • When it comes to finding ways to earn money, consider a Denver (Colorado, USA) woman that lost her upper management job. She started a simple business picking up dog droppings that led to earnings of over $75,000 a year, working outside, setting her own hours, and could be done using a bicycle as transportation. It is also something a child age 10 and up can do alone, an adult can do, or a whole family can do together. This article describes how. http://waits4u.com/WorkingInABadEconomyIn this economy, you need to think outside box. Companies are refusing to take applications from the unemployed resulting in many giving up. http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/job-...http://finance.yahoo.com/career-work/art...http://www.usnews.com/articles/business/careers/2009/07/22/states-where-the-unemployed-are-giving-up.html ♂♀
  • when you apply for a job, in the section where they ask what days are you available just be honest. put mon- friday from 9-5. remember having a job and college at the same time can be stressful let alone 2 jobs and college. ask your school if they have any job for students available.
  • with no college degree, I can't imagine what kind of 40 hr per week office job you would qualify for and it would more likely be 8-5 with an hr for lunch - I haven't seen 9-5 jobs (which is less than 40 hrs per week after unpaid lunch break) in decades
  • Have you looked into joining Scentys? If you like to burn candles, Scentys is a direct selling company with authentic products like there warmer. Scentsy uses a decorative warmer with a low-watt light bulb to melt there specially formulated wax, which last longer becuase it is not burned. It's a great opportunity that has kept me in college.
  • I work usually 6.5 to 8 hours a day. I don't ever receive a 10 minute break in between and I also get my 30 minute break AFTER my 5th hour. My employer never gave me a choice to not take a 10 minute and I just have to wait until my manager WANTS to give me my 30 minute. My employer also doesn't record when or what time we take our breaks but I recently started to record it on my own for proof. Also employees don't receive any type of pay receipt, pay stub or proof of pay for my own copy. Is any of this legal? There is so much more I feel goes wrong in this business but this personally effects me. What is the BEST thing I can do?
  • Meal and rest periods are governed by state law. The federal law has no provision requiring meal and rest periods. Those who insist meal periods are required should check the laws IN THEIR STATE, which was not provided by the asker. The federal law says employers don't have to provide any rest breaks or meal periods. http://www.dol.gov/dol/topic/workhours/b...CALIFORNIA requires a 30-minute meal period AFTER 6 hours (not after the 6 hour point, but when the number of schedule hours exceeds 6 hours). The meal period is usually unpaid, unless the employee is REQUIRED to remain at his/her workstation (applies mainly to police dispatchers and a handful of desk jobs). In this case, meal periods must be paid. CALIFORNIA requires a 10-minute rest period for a 4-hour shift, usually occurring somewhere near the middle of the shift. Rest periods must be paid. All employers should have a large poster showing the labor laws as applicable for the state and federal rules. If your employer doesn't have one of these prominently posted in the workplace, your employer is setting him/herself up for a labor violation and lawsuit. Contact your local office of the US Department of Labor (look up your office) http://www.dol.gov
  • Keep a record of everything that goes on in the day, In a few weeks turn it over to the Labor Board, IRS, and ACLU. Start looking for another job.
  • You are right. I have read your question and the website, and I feel extremely dumb, because I see nothing at the website that matches anything in your email, "what so ever."* I also feel dumb because I can't understand how someone with no apparent ability to read or write could possibly graduate high school with a 4.0, or get into Princeton. I am either really dumb or you are a fabulist. I know where I am putting my money! *whatsoever
  • if you work 8 hours or more they have to give you an unpayed 30 minute lunch break at some point they can decide when, and two 10 minute payed breaks, thats a federal law im not sure what state your in. your state may have additional requirments
  • BREAKS are paid time and need not be recorded. Lunch is UNPAID, and you need to clock in and out. If your employer is paying you CASH and not withholding taxes, and you are not receiving pay stubs, contact your local Labor Board and also IRS.
  • Tell Them To Pay You More, Or Say Your Quiting And Take Them To Court [:
  • Do you work in Bangladesh? Otherwise, get another job.
  • Report that stuff immediately. That is all kinds of illegal and shady.
  • I live in California and I received my license renewal form in the mail 5 weeks ago and I sent it in right away. It shows on my december banking statement that my check I sent the DMV has be cashed. My license expires on February 3rd. I'm starting to get nervous cause I have to drive to school and work! Should I go to the DMV now and ask or should I wait?
  • I live in CA, too, and remember hearing in the news that the DMV has a 6-week backlog in delivering new licenses to motorists up for renewal. The article in the link below says that you can call DMV's customer service line and request that a receipt be mailed to you but DMV officials can't say how long before the receipt would arrive. Good luck and I hope you get your new license soon!
  • My bank statement shows the DMV cashed my check on October 26th for license renewal and i still have not received my license... I've had my expired license for the past month and the only real hassle I've had so far was the fact that no one will sell me alcohol!
  • I am exactly on the same boat as you, 5th week as well, I am gonna give them a call tomorrow, but the excuse they give is that it "might" take up to 6 weeks to process the NEW CALIFORNIA ID,
  • keep your old one for now the state i live in gives you 30 days after b day start calling or email right now!
  • I call and said that my new lic. have not come and said is was mail on july 22th, was should I do now that aug. 2/15
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