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  • Well I'm out of state now and I called my mother and she lived thru the depression in California, she was an infant. She's a business owner and she said when there was the high tech layoffs in the 80s that things were similar... and that California survived it all then and things will be fine now, just have to ride it through. Business has slowed but it hasn't stopped she runs a beauty salon for 50 years. So relax about the economy the younger generation is just so spoiled and doesn't know how to tighten their belts. Yes it will get worse but you'll have wonderful memories and a new attitude and fresh look on life because of it. LOL on the Compton comment :)
  • California is the Garden of Eden. When you get a minute have a listen to some Woodie Guthrie songs.
  • i live in california and my teacher told me that cali ranked 50 out of the states for school spending per student.. Our school budget is really screwed and this wont get better anytime soon unless a miracle happens
  • Its going to get Worse If the Octo-Mom and Illegals running the Drug Trade get there way.
  • As long as they continue providing benefits to illegals, things are not gonna get any better.
  • Everyone will probably die and i dont live in a bad are either (Compton)
  • California is God's Forsaken Land. They should all go to hayell!
  • Attendance is a factor. Although, not every absent day costs them money. The reason they count them, in reference to federal money, is that after a certain number of absent days during the year, you are counted as not attending school and the school loses federal money. I don't know what the number of days is.
  • Yes and yes. Schools are funded per pupil. Unexcused absences are not funded.
  • I drove by my local gas station today and say that they are raising the gas price again. It made me think of why? were is all my money going? It is currently $3.23 a gallon here and my fuel bill is roughly 30% of what I make. I am a little upset that 30% of what I take home is just to get me to work and want to know were those taxs are going.
  • I believe most of it is being used to ensure that the pension system of state government workers stays afloat. Our governor didn't do the right thing when he didn't fire any of the poorly performing state workers. Private industry has shed tens of thousands of jobs while not one state government worker has been laid off or fired. AND we the tax payers have to continue to paying into the government workers' pension fund! Why do you have to bust your butt off to make sure that they get to retire comfortably?! You work hard too. Where's your "bailout?" (a) CA has one of the highest state income taxes in the US and is approx $25 Billion in the red while TX has NO income tax and they have a budget surplus. (b) We have 120 Full Time legislators in CA and we pay them $116K. TX has part time legislators and only pays them $7K every other year. (c) Our legislators get a $173 per diem (tax free) every time they are in session. Many clock in at 9:00 a.m. and clock out at 9:15 and collect their $173. (d) CA has 12% of the U.S. population, yet we have 30% of the U.S. welfare case load!! (e) 70% of U.S. jobs created between Nov-2007 and Nov-2008 were created in TX. (f) Our prisoners cost approx $52K/year. In TX it's only $19K/year. (g) Since the legislators botched the prison system, CA is going to release 10,000 prisoners over the next 18 months. (h) TX students are roughly 1 to 1.5 years ahead of CA students in test scores. And TX does all this with less money. (i) In terms of a business friendly climate, TX is ranked 3rd. CA is ranked 49th. It's time for change. If you get a chance, listen also to: http://a1135.g.akamai.net/f/1135/18227/1...http://a1135.g.akamai.net/f/1135/18227/1...http://a1135.g.akamai.net/f/1135/18227/1...http://a1135.g.akamai.net/f/1135/18227/1h/cchannel.download.akamai.com/18227/podcast/LOSANGELES-CA/KFI-AM/JK1203095P.mp3?CPROG=PCAST&MARKET=LOSANGELES-CA&NG_FORMAT=talk&SITE_ID=616&STATION_ID=KFI-AM&PCAST_AUTHOR=KFI_AM_640&PCAST_CAT=Arts_and_Entertainment&PCAST_TITLE=KFI_AM_640_JOHN_AND_KEN http://a1135.g.akamai.net/f/1135/18227/1h/cchannel.download.akamai.com/18227/podcast/LOSANGELES-CA/KFI-AM/JK1203096P.mp3?CPROG=PCAST&MARKET=LOSANGELES-CA&NG_FORMAT=talk&SITE_ID=616&STATION_ID=KFI-AM&PCAST_AUTHOR=KFI_AM_640&PCAST_CAT=Arts_and_Entertainment&PCAST_TITLE=KFI_AM_640_JOHN_AND_KEN NONE of the candidates running for governor in CA support the movement that will force our legislators to work part time status like many of the other states in the union do: http://www.reformcal.com/cms/index.php?page=citizen-legislature-project NONE have put in one dime into this effort. So if any of these people were to become governor, he/she would be rendered impotent (just like Schwarzenegger) by the CA legislature. So they're all a waste of a vote! Have any of you done your CA taxes yet? Look how much extra you have to pay this year because of our legislature! BE SURE TO SIGN THE PETITION in the above link! * * *
  • Gas taxes in CA account for approx 64 cents/gallon. The rest of the price goes to the oil companies. Gas prices are high because we use too much gas: we drive too far and in inefficient cars. The taxes themselves go to pay for roads etc.
  • The price increases are because of seasonal changes in demand. Don't complain about gas excise taxes because they are unchanged although you will pay sales tax as the total price goes up. Gas taxes are a small part of the total price and are used to build and maintain the roads.
  • They are going to Obamas hemroid relief plan. Prep - h isn't not doing it for our president. Current research and development is been faltered therefore we need more tax dollars.. Its also a VERY BIG ROID.
  • The only state it is a crime is Washington State.. Ya... class 3 felony.. It's cool to play everywhere else.. Depositing and withdrawing money keeps getting tougher.. I like this newer site called "yogapoker" it's a run off of the old "usbet" poker site.. Any merge site is OK.. "Carbon", "Feltstars", "PDC", "Pokerview"............. "uwinpoker" is fun.. they have a lot of micro stakes turnys.. I know there are a lot of card rooms in Ca. GL
  • I think the only states with laws pertaining to online gambling are Washington and Kentucky. There is a movement among certain law makers and other high-minded poker individuals to get full legal poker regulation in the US. The PPA has been working very hard and I believe there will be a breakthrough soon enough. But in the mean time, you still might enjoy some decent poker sites, here's a list that I play at: Carbon Poker: http://poker-lobby.com/carbonpoker/Intertops: http://poker-lobby.com/intertopspoker/Bookmaker: http://poker-lobby.com/bookmaker/Good luck!
  • I do know that Cake and BetOnline are accepting poker players from California - just check the registration form!
  • all online poker is illegal in the US a few Nevada casinos are trying to make it legal , as soon as they get all the proper politicians paid for, it will become legal but beware their is an incredible amount of cheating going on
  • No idea i live in New Jersey. It's legal here.
  • Single people can and do live comfortably in California on $40,000 per year or less.
  • let's round the money order to .50 at most places then what .37 cents for a stamp. That equals...50+37=87 cents then you have to get an envelope so like 100 envelopes are like what 1.00 + tax so just for the sake of it we'll say $1.50. So .87 +1.50=$2.37 At the most!! Hope this helps!! CC
  • I don't know if it's the same in california as it is in minnesota but usually the post office or bank charges like two bucks for the money order.
  • From inside the US ? The 39 cent stamp you buy when you put it in the mail. From outside the US - don't know, sorry.
  • Whatever the posage is for mailing it.
  • the cost of a stamp :)
  • how do you want send it -regular mail/ priority mail/express mail/FedEx? how soon do you want your recipient to revive it?
  • Where I live the average pay is 7-10 bucks an hour. What percent of my paycheck should I take out and put in my savings to get up to the affordable livable amount? How many years would it take to save up to 50,000, 500,000, 1,000,000 How much income or whatever do you need to at least have to be able to live in Los Angeles or the Bay Area in California? Please help! Thanks
  • The average pay salary isn't much different in California. The places you're interested in living are expensive places that would require at least a job that pays 15 dollars an hour. Most apartments cost $1,200 a month. I live in Orange County and find it difficult living on my own in a one-bedroom at 14 dollars an hour. Unless you're learning a skill while you're saving up you probably shouldn't put too much weigh into the idea of relocating to some of the most expensive places in California.
  • Los Angeles, CA isn't all the glory it appears to be. The media just portrays it as nice, but there's many problems associated with the area. As someone who has lived in over five states, I have to say that Los Angeles has a really high cost of living coupled with a fairly low standard of living for most people. Even if you do get rich, you won't be able to appear very rich. The public services are quite awful, and nothing is convenient. In fact, if it were not for education, I would not be living here. The only good part about Los Angeles is the cosmopolitan population. Other than that, there's really no reason to be here. Very few movie stars make it these days, and Hollywood looks like a wreck. With the high-tech world these days, you probably will have just as much luck in any other large city. In fact, if it were not for economy, I'd think Amarillo is a nice place to live. I've been there, and I liked the general feel of it. Idea is - don't move. Even if you do get rich, you'd be better off living in Texas with a normal job, where the cost of living is low while the rewards are high.
  • girl that little 10 bucks can only halfway fill your tank. Go to school get a degree where you can at least get the salary you want. Look on careerbuilder.com or Monster.com to find a job. 7-10 bucks is chump change, we looking for salary!!! LA is very expensive and costly.
  • Get yourself an education so you can get a higher paying job. My guess is to live in a decent place in Southern CA you should make at least $80,000.00 or more.
  • Why would you want to live in LA ?
  • you canb go to Protect and personalize your UTStarcom Verizon Blitz TXT8010 with this Glossy ... Orders will be ship out from our California Warehouse within 1-2 business ... section to see how much you can save for each additional item's shipping fee. ... To get money back, item must be return in original package and unused. ...
  • There are plenty of things you do. You can get a job though you will need counselor written permission and it is a bit more difficult to get a job with this economy. Here are some things you can do that doesn't involve filling out applications: ~Babysit ~House-sit ~Walk Dogs ~Do Chores ~Wash Cars ~Mow lawns ~Rake Leaves ~Shovel Snow ~Join Survey Site ~Join Make money by watching Video site That's all I can think of Hope this helps; Good Luck!!!!
  • im trying to get money for a numark mix deck which is really expnsive
  • Slang dope at school, naw just kidding. I would rake leaves, become the paper boy or collect cans from restaurants every day.
  • 2000 total miles divided by the miles per gallon your car gets = how many gallons of gas you will need how many gallons of gas needed multiplied by cost per gallon = how much gas money you will need For example: Let's say your car gets 25 miles per gallon and the cost of one gallon of gas is $4.00 2000 divided by 25 = 80 gallons of gas 80 gallons of gas multiplied by $4 = $320
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  • To make the math easy and use 20 mpg for an estimate. That would make it 100 gallons used. At $4 per gallon that would be $400. Slower speeds may save fuel but the increase in time may mean you will need to spend more on food and possibly lodging.
  • You might want to consider taking Amtrak between Chicago and the Bay Area since they have a direct train, low fares, great views and no fuel costs!
  • Budget 400 dollars. My estimate is based on 23 miles per gallon at $4.20 per gallon.
  • Great point, I'd like to know more as well
  • I'm curious to see the answer to this too
  • well, that depends on the car that you're using.. and how fast you're goin.. probably around 600 usd.. :)
  • I am a club president at my high school in California. I had heard (although only once so I am not sure) that philanthropy clubs could not donate to charities, for example St. Jude's Hospital. I thought that was incorrect and other people have told me that the club can donate to such organizations. I wanted to clarify and was hoping someone was familiar with such regulations. Thank you.
  • If you lead a service club, I don't see why not. (It would be different if you had a regular club and spent the school's money on charities.) But since you already do fundraisers for different causes, why not? Your adviser should be able to guide you. If they don't know, ask which principal they report to. Usually 1 of the principals is supposed to handle all school fundraisers.
  • this would possibly not help something of the rustic as California isn't the only place that foreclosure are intense and sales are low. to no longer point out that the housing disaster is only the main suitable ***** in the chain that began breaking decrease back in 2000. it is going to take extra suitable than the federal reserve and a few thousand burnt properties to make this u . s . a . extra suitable back. over the final 6 years, thousands and thousands of excellent/great paying jobs have been misplaced/off shored. How can anybody think of that this would possibly not have a drastic, and dramatic, consequence on our financial gadget? the human beings who misplaced their livelihoods, misplaced their properties, automobiles and credit and now that's snowballing around the financial gadget. it is particularly not a housing disaster, that's a JOBS disaster. yet hey, shall we throw billions at some thousand assets proprietors and picture which will restoration it. as long as human beings such as you, and our flesh pressers, refuse to work out the reality, no longer something will exchange and issues gets worse--lots, lots worse. we are doomed Have a great day.
  • Talk to your school principle or dean. They should know better than random people on the internet. After all, the rules depend on the school so none of us would be able to tell you the rules in regards to your school.
  • Every 8 days a prisoner died of inadequate medical care. Suicide rates soared. The agreed reason was prison overcrowding. Not enough staff. California wanted this to continue. The US Supreme Court said in Brown v. Plata this year that this was cruel and unusual punishment and upheld the release order. It's no different than if you go to a school that is broke and you get beaten up and some dude rapes you and the school says you have to keep attending anyway. Sorry, too bad, but we're broke may not be the answer you want to hear.
  • 1 US Dollar = 3.56343 Malaysian Ringgit, as of today.
  • 1.00 USD United States Dollars = 3.54444 MYR Malaysia Ringgits
  • 1 American Dollar is equivalent to approx. RM 3.60 (Malaysia money)
  • You meant 1 US dollar, then it will be RM3.65 or somewhere around that.
  • 1US$ will give you 3.5malaysia ringgit
  • i know that the price of living is higher in cali but do u make more money there? i work at cheesecakefactory and make 2.15 plus tips.... and i make an ex termly comfortable living on my tips alone....will my wage be higher in cali if i transfer? my expenses are very low and i will be moving there with a roomie....help me out! im making myself sick trying to decide if im going to move or not!!!
  • honestly no. higher taxes over here. employment rate is very low. people are not that great with tips because of the recession. gas is very high over here. renting or buying a place is very pricey. minimum wage is $8. thats how much you make at cheesecake factory over here. since your living expenses are low and you have an extremely comfortable living. You should stick to it for another two to three years. Just continue to save up your money. if you plan on moving what you need to do is make sure you know: where are you going to live? how will you get around? do you know anyone here? do you have a years worth of savings in case anything happens to you? where do you plan on working? when moving you want to plan ahead for any obstacles that may come your way. by figuring out a plan you will be maneuvering away from destruction. plus when you move and you can get a job in time you want to make sure you have a years worth of savings to live off on until you get hired because you may need to pay for rent, food, gas etc. it adds up quickly. by being financially stable ahead of time you wont stress out. hope this helps.
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  • Well it might cost the missouri resident some $, depending on their phone plan. It shouldn't cost the California resident money unless it's a cell phone number being called & with their plan they have to pay for incoming calls. It wouldn't cost ME money, as I have unlimited long distance.
  • It depends on your phone plan
  • I really hope so. I dont want California to be one of those other stupid states.
  • Are you asking how much money do nurses make on average in California? In California, the highest Hourly mean wage was $39.92. The highest annual mean wage was $83,040. A Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses's highest annual income can be up to $48,400. The highest average hourly wage is $23.27.
  • Most nurses that are Registered make about 32.00 hour and even higher, some make less, it depends on the location you are looking into so check out your local hospital to see what they pay.
  • The Berkshires in Massachusetts are doing it now as well. According to the article its happening in other states as well, including California and Oregon These California cities have been known to do it Berkeley Santa Barbara Santa Monica Santa Rosa I have not seen it but from what I understand its designed to have a 90 cent to 100 cent ratio to the US dollar so anyone using the currency automaticly gets a 10 percent discount at participating shops and services. They are backed by the US dollar at local banks so they cound tas real money for anyone willing to take it, and should be able to be exchanged at a local participating bank. The bills are very similar to early US currency that itself was only a marker for gold, where the community dollars are markers for US dollars.
  • Nope I think that's an urban legend.
  • Yes I believe it's true. It won't just be California either, all of america is going to be out of Money. We can't keep printing out billions of dollars. Corruption and greed//// Cali won't be the only State going down.
  • I'm sure, economists has predicted that next year, home foreclosures will almost double. .You think that we're in a decision? We ain't seen nothing yet. Hold on to your hat, next year.
  • No, U S is not a developing country,it is developed one.. i don't think so.
  • The price will depend on what the gas prices will be this summer, and how efficiently you drive. Looks like summer in california will bring gas prices well over $3.00.. If you are interested in saving money AND gas I would highly recommend investing in a product called syntek.. It's only about $20 for a months supply and you use it each time you fill up. I've been getting an extra 80-90 miles on my solara every time i fill up.. That gives me 400+ miles of driving on ONE tank. You will definitely save on your trip considering you will be driving a lot of miles.. Here's where i get it.. http://www.withsyntek.com Depending on how long you plan to be here, i would buy enough to last your whole trip..feel confident since the comp. offers a 100% money-back guarantee if it doesn't work for you.. but I'm sure it'll work so well for you that you'll continue using it..LOL have a nice trip!!!
  • If your final destination is back in San Diego, your looking at about 2000 miles, round trip (direct from Yosemite back to San Diego), including up to 500 miles for side trips. Divide 2000 by the MPG your car get and multiply that result by the average cost of fuel in your area to get a good idea. At 30 MPG and $3 a gallon, your looking at (2000 / 30) * 3 = $200 Don't forget to get the oil changed and the engine tuned up before you leave on your journey.
  • 2000 or so should do it
  • $1,823.14
  • money + California = DREAM! lol jk but umm idk on that one.
  • Vote for someone else in the state legislature, throw these idiots out of office, our taxes are too high, if not for that... you would have some extra money. They are going to find even more new innovative ways to tax us. Sorry, didn't mean to rant, I don't even have a job, wish I had at least one.
  • California is broke. Too many people milking the state system.
  • I honestly wouldn't be surprised if they did. California is broke and possibly looking at being the first state to ever have to declare bankruptcy. They are probably going to have to cut a lot of programs before it is over.
  • I'm not too worried about the Cal grant cuts. I'm more concerned with the probability of raising tuition at junior colleges to $60/unit and cutting valuable programs like EOP&S.
  • Dont say its stupid or anythibg like that, i need to go find my soul. I plan on buying a one way plane ticket from nj and leaving. Ill bring my clothes a surfboard and whayever money i have (probaly around 200$) ill be home less and lost. Its a pretty appealing option compared to life here though. Any ideas or suggestion, or can anyone speak from experience. Whats it like, what to do?
  • I've done it in San Francisco but I had at least a few people who let me couchsurf for a week or so until I got my bearings straight. Prepare to encounter lots of homeless/transient people such as yourself, prostitutes, meth and crack addicts and a random mix of friendly and unfriendly/crazy people. California is not warm and sunny in all places so be prepared if you are going to sleep in the streets or parks. San Francisco can be freezing cold and rainy in times of the year that you wouldn't expect it. California also has lots of crazy laws and local ordinances because it is the ultimate liberal nanny state that feeds off of the citizens like a parasite, so be prepared to be harrased a lot by the police and other busy bodies for loitering, panhandling etc. In general, I would not recommend it, but in the age of the internet, it's probably a heck of a lot easier these days than it was in the early 90's. I'd at least invest in a cheap tablet or mini notebook so you can check Craigslist for free stuff and places to crash instead of just showing up somewhere with $200.
  • So next year, I want to head out to California, this will be my first time in another country. I've had so many mixed opinions back from friends so I really don't know who to listen to. How much spending money would I need for A) 1 week vacation. or B) 2 week vacation. Obviously I have already looked into flights and hotels. Its just I have no idea how much to save up! Some friends have said $1,000, others have said $3,000+ I don't want to end up with no $$$ left on a vacation ahaha! Thanks (: xo
  • 3.000 and enjoy it
  • Fidelity National Title is a title insurance company that will probably perform the escrow services on the transaction. The earnest money deposit is your financial guarantee that you will purchase the house. If you fail to purchase the house (because you just change your mind) you lose the deposit money.
  • The escrow company. If you back out of the transaction for a legitimate reason within the time frames you will get the money back, otherwise it will count towards your down payment on the loan.
  • Your question can get complicated as noted in the first link. I was an accounting clerk for one year (1991) and there are a lot of things to remember and do to process a company's budget, can you imagine what it's like to compile financial statements for the state of California with all its different agencies and departments? The state budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year will be about $113.4 billion dollars. Where the state of California spends its money is too complicated and have left you two more links with charts & graphs for your review. Enjoy your move to Watsonville, California. I travel by there from Salinas/Castroville on my way to San Francisco.
  • This site should answer some of your questions about the state budget, but owing to corruption the pension fund deficit the state faces isn't included in it - http://www.ebudget.ca.gov
  • This is purely hypothetical as I am too chicken sh!t to actually do it, but id still like some pointers. I know that the best way to get there would be to find a truck driver who wants company without sex and I used to work at a truck stop so I already know a lot of them, but the real problem would be leaving my fiancee. See, I was born in California but was taken to Indiana by my mother, and want nothing more than to go back home. On the other hand, my fiancee refuses to leave the tri state area and refuses to live in any of the cities because he was raised in the hills of Kentucky and it's all he knows. This is the only relationship problem we have, and after three years of loving him, I know he is never going to change his mind.... So my question is would you go to California in my situation, and if so, how would you live when you got there?
  • oh dont worry about it in california it is a liberals paradise they will give you money and not want you to work but you must vote for the fool obama ok..
  • I would get in touch with someone I knew in CA--an old friend, a relative, someone like that. And ask them if I could couch-surf for a few days. Then I'd intensively look for a job. I'd check Craigslist for a few days beforehand in the neighborhood where I was going to see what was available. The employment situation here is no worse than anywhere else, I guess. 8^P It would sure take a lot of courage! I admire you for even considering it.
  • At age 15 it's not going to be easy to find a job as you don't have many options. Perhaps you can look into newspaper delivery or a fast food chain? I'm not familiar with the employment laws in Cali.
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  • in your city is there a program for teens that finds you a job? i forgot the name but they find you jobs that fit to your school time
  • California....LA area to be exact. They are likely the most vain & superficial you'll find as a whole. Everyone wants boobs, botox & big bank accounts.
  • The amount of money it will take to live financially secure in California depends on which part of California you wish to live in. Certainly, living expenses in the metropolitan areas like Los Angeles will be much higher than remote places within the state. California’s statewide minimum wage is $8.00 per hour. But in order to pay for basic living expenses, a single California resident actually needs to make a living wage of at least $24,000.00 per year. In order to forge a career in the music industry, you must promote your music. Promoting your music can be tricky when there are so many other talented artists and bands out there. But if you know how to promote yourself online and learn to make connections in person, you can be on your way to sending your music out into the world like a professional Make sure you're ready to share your music with the world. This is the most important point. If you promote a bad track, or even a bad album, it'll be hard to bounce back. It's better to wait until you're absolutely ready to share your music with the world than to put out some music you'll regret making later. Here are some tips for knowing when you're ready to share your music: If you can, get feedback from respected people in the industry first. Build relationships with producers and ask them if they like a track. Once at least 60% of them think it's worth sharing, take that as a go-ahead because producers will be more critical than your fans. Remember that you have to take the time to build these relationships first. Check out a music feedback service such as Soundout, which can help you share your music with other listeners and get feedback just a few days later. This is a great resource if you don't have as many connections in the professional world, or if you care more about getting in touch with potential fans than producers. Discover your brand. Though promoting your music is the most important thing, you have to realize that you're promoting yourself as well. You should see that you're not just a musician or a band member but that you are a product. This product has to be as appealing as possible, so you have to find a way to make your brand as unique and exciting as you can so that fans are excited about you and your music Know your target audience. Even the best music can get the worst response if it's in the hands of the wrong fanbase. If you're into Techno music, learn to tell the difference between Deep House, Tech House, and Electro. Understand what type of music you're really creating and who that type of music appeals to most of all. This will help you reach out to fans, book the right venues, and sell your music the right way. Promote your music on Twitter. Twitter is another excellent venue for getting in touch with your fans, promoting your content, and getting more people excited about your music. To promote your music on Twitter, you should actively update your timeline with new information about events, promotions, and album releases. Here are some other things to try as you promote your music on Twitter: http://www.wikihow.com/Promote-Your-Musi...
  • It depends on what you plan on doing . . . Nobody can really give you a good answer for this unless you explain what you plan to do & where you plan to visit . California is pretty big so we can't be sure if you mean Northern , Central , or Southern . Amusement parks ? Museums ? Beach ? Either way check out websites for free or inexpensive things to do/places to visit for California to save some money . ***Side Note: Never call it "cali" Edit : Well , I'd suggest $200 or so . If you don't want to spend that much then just make sure you budget yourself . But that would be a good amount .
  • Hello i'm only 19 but i want to move to California within the next 2 years. I live in New Jersey atm and i was wondering how much money would i need to get started if i decided to move. I figured i'd need enough money to rent an apartment and have money to buy food for a few months until i can find a job that can pay the bills. So what are we talking about? $10,000? $15,000?
  • ~~California is a huge state, and the rents differ greatly from one area to another. We would need to know the area of which you are planning on moving too, before you could guess at that. Plus, with the financial mess going on trying to guess how much anything will be in 12 to 24 months would be tough to guess at it. One suggestion is to look around on the internet, then choose an area. You can then look at apartment costs to kind of give you and idea. Also, we don't have a very good rapid transit available in the majority of the areas. Our car smog laws can me expensive too, if your car does not meet our air standards. Still, through the internet searches, I think you could get a general idea.~~
  • Yes, in California depending on the type of payment you didn't pay, the company has either 2 or 4 years to get a judgment against you for the money you defaulted on. If they didn't do this they can't come after you at all past these days. If they do have a judgment against you, they automatically have 10 years to come after you. If you don't pay by then, they can go to court and get another judgment against you to come after you for another 10 years. For 20 years total. But based on federal law, the default will usually only show on your credit report for 7 years.
  • Last I looked, California was run by Republicans. Republicans are the real liberals because they liberally shred laws, the constitution and the rights of people. Take your "liberal" label. Constitutionalists don't need it. Take your blame too. California is "absurd" because of the wacky thinking of your incompetent party. Abolishment is required.
  • Good question! Anytime I get into an arguement over left or right politics, I ask this same question. When you look where there are no republicans to blame what do you have? You have CA, Michigan, Illinois, Chicago, Detroit, New Jersey, and Massachusets. That is hardly a trackrecord to hold up as a model for the whole country. CA is broke. They are completely out of money in two weeks. Yes Arnold is a Republican in name only, but the whole state is run by liberal left dumbocrats. and what do you get when you have no republicans to resist the run to the left? CA is a prime example. Now we have a country run by liberal leftwing wackonutjobs and the same will happen for the whole country if the GOP doesn't manup and start maknig some noise.
  • Kudos to Hawkeye's answer. :) I couldn't have said that any better myself.
  • well first of all it depends how long you are going to stay if 2 weeks i think its a bit too much if its spending money. about 3000 would be enough. if your going crazy like visiting six flags,disneyland,universal studios, and buying suveniors that should be about 1000 dollar inclunding taxes,driving fees,and if your visiting with four ppl. so the extra 2000 can be money u can use for extra stuff. hope i can help
  • for the hollywoods 5000 plentys
  • Just bring your visa. Unless you're looking for a hooker or something. Otherwise, set a budget and stick to it.
  • i think that is more then enought if you watch your spending.
  • Let's throw a whopper of a bake sale. Or you could go and collect people's cans and bottles they normally would put out on the curb.
  • By posting this question on Yahoo Answers, you're inviting every scheming lowlife scammer to offer you a loan. And I guarantee they will reply soon. Don't respond to anyone who offers a loan and has a generic contact email, i.e., yahoo.com. They are scammers. They will ask for money for proceesing stuf and you will not see a dime. my little advice is that you go to a bank in your area to request for the loan and that is if you have a collateral, but if you want loan from those that give out unsecured loan without a collateral i know of someone that gives out unsecured loans, though he is the only one i have tried for now so i don't really know if his interest rate is the lowest, here is their contact information if you want to contact them. (kingstonloaninc@live.com) i am sure they can be of help to you if you are genuine.
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  • Santa Barbara---good culture, quaint Thousand Oaks---no crime great schools Arcata---rains alot but hip people Pasadena---good culture San Francisco---sucky weather but beautiful Palm Springs---good culture, blisteringly hot Carmel---beautiful, high class Laguna Beach---arty, clean beautiful Santa Monica---hip, multi-cultural Mendocino---wine country, beautiful
  • Malibu El Portal, just outside Yosemite Carmel Highlands La Cañada Big Sur Sausalito Pacific Grove Montecito Rancho Santa Margarita Solana Beach Newport Beach
  • If it was allowed I would build a house in Yosemite National Park overlooking Bridal Veil Falls. I like it kinda cold so my picks are mostly in Northern/Central California. San Francisco, Carmel, Monterey, Humboldt Bay, La Jolla, Torrey Pines, Nevada City, Ojai, Lake Tahoe, Pebble Beach, Truckee, Eureka and Santa Cruz for its wackiness.
  • This is a question you should ask in the San Francisco answer section - it's much prettier up there, and the homes in Marin Co., Carmel and Monterey are beautiful .... also the Napa/Sonoma Valleys are beautiful. But, for Southern California: 1. La Jolla 2. Linda Isle 3. Lido Isle 4. Emerald Cove 5. Peralta Hills 6. Villa Park 7. Rancho Bernardo 8. San Marino 9. Westlake Village 10. Lake Arrowhead
  • Irvine, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, La Jolla, Newport Beach, Cupertino, Pebble Beach, Hillsborough, Foster City, and Burlingame.
  • 1. Cameo Shores/Pelican Point, Corona del Mar 2. Diablo 3. La Jolla Farms 4. Seacliff (SF) 5. Montclair district (Oakland) 6. Zephyr Cove (ok its NV but it's right on the border) 7. Riviera district, San Clemente 8. Monterey 9. Pacific Palisades 10. Orinda
  • Monterey/Carmel Santa Barbara Malibu/Pacific Palisades San Clemente Del Mar La Jolla Rancho Palos Verdes and visinity Huntington Beach Newport Beach Bel Air /Beverly Hills Inland there are too hot and smoggy except mountain.
  • I live in Huntington Beach & I love it here. It's not too upscale & not cheap either. I would say Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Zuma, Corona Del Mar, Newport is nice depending. Don't listen to the Laguna Beach stuff. I freaking hate that place. I lived there & my Mom had a shop there for 15 years. The entire town knows your business b/c it's so small. There are tons of wanna be hippies on the beach begging for change & the "artsy" thing gets really lame after a while. A bunch of teenagers reading bad poetry in coffee shops. And again, NOSY people.
  • San Marino, Pasadena, Hillsboro, Santa Barbara, Montecito, and unnamed places that are quiet and in which I could have room to spread out a bit to do my work.
  • Mission Viejo, Ca because it was voted one of the safest cities in the nation. http://www.beachcalifornia.com/mission-v...
  • i'm going to la california next month april 2010 on a three day vacation..i want to know the cheapest but best hotel...and a nice car rental place and how much spending money should i bring for three days???? any sujections or advice please help!!!!.........i've been when i was seven but I dont remember anything. please give advice
  • No such thing as "Cheapest but best". That's an oxy moron. Since LA is so spread out, there is no single place that is close to EVERYTHING. Most people who come here tend to stay in Hollywood, Santa Monica, or Anaheim. In Hollywood, I recommend the Orchid Suites, Hollywood Celebrity Hotel, or Hollywood Heights (formerly Holiday Inn Walk of Fame), all near Hollywood and Highland. In Santa Monica, the Holiday Inn Santa Monica is close to the pier and reasonably priced. In Anaheim, I recommend the Howard Johnson (HoJo) Anaheim, and the Candy Cane Inn. There is also a nice place in Burbank called the Best Western Media Center, very close to Warner, NBC, and Universal Studios. You can rent at Enterprise. They are very good. As for spending money, don't you have an ATM card? Just set a budget and stick with it. You can spend $500 or $5000. Put the lodging and meals on your credit card, and pay it off immediately when you get home. Figure $30-$50 per day for meals $100 or so for hotel Theme parks are $70-$100 for a day For souvenirs, set a buget and stick to it.
  • a decent hotel usually 2-3 blocks away from the main blvds will run you 80-100 a night if you want a nice suite at the rennaisance in hollywood and highland (main blvd of l.a per say) it will run you a bit more i've stayed there with my brother for 4 nights came out to like 450 two beds... and on money well depends if you want to ""go all out"" and party like a rockstar ""the more the better""... but if you want a simply just looking around and paying entrances to attractions and tourist places i'd say about 800-1300 is good enough .... gas is pretty expensive right now almost hitting 4-5dollars a gallon... and l.a is getting filled with cars so there is more idling time which wastes more gas.... but yeah thats for one person now family obviously add a couple hundred more and or if your young same add a couple hundred more a nice little beer tab can add up quick at a local bar and club a shot is like $7 a beer like 4-5 at a club...also depends what part of l.a you stay... if you hit a fancy area like santa monica is an upscale urban area or beverly hills nice suburban area both these places can be somewhat expensive as compare to staying in hollywood or areas around it....
  • Your life savings and then some
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  • Its Billion, not Trillion. So I guess that makes me feel better? Ho Ho. I can't define the entire reason why they are going to require a Bail Out ( oh, they will, it just might be called something else) but a huge issue they have created is Union contracts, and esp the Huge Pension benefits. For instance, the current retirement benefit for a fire fighter requires the payroll deductions of 19 current fire fighters! So, when those current 19 retire, that figures out to 361 future employees deductions to support those retirees. Obviously, this isn't sustainable. I guess you saw the recent news report of the local officials in a small, less than prosperous community making upwards of $500,000 yearly? And we saw what the citizens did when they found out. What do you think is going to happen out there when everyone's payroll taxes goes even higher? Huge cuts have to be made but in our current age of "Entitlements" ( just like Greece) no one wants to hear of it. Just find the money somewhere. Bail outs?
  • Billion, not trillion...don't make it any worse than it is. I live here and I stg Arnie Schwarzenegger is a dumbass. He doesn't know a god damned thing about running this state - but I have to say, I don't know which is worse...when Gray Davis was gov. we had a huge surplus which was great...but the only people benefiting from it were the illegals. We were still being taxed to death but every moocher who crossed the state line without a green card got a house, a car, a job, a business and free education and transportation for their kids. He specialized in giving tons of money to the illegal kids to learn English to help their parents out. So I don't which is worse... I really hate to say this, because I hated him when he went into office and I hated him when he left (giving himself and all state employees huge raises for the rest of their lives) but I miss Pete Wilson. I miss George Deukmejian most...
  • there's a difficulty-unfastened fake effect of techniques a mandatory authority have been given into debt Does the government - print this is extremely very own funds ? if so then how is it that a mandatory authority who prints this is extremely very own funds mandatory to borrow funds ? From whom it particularly is borrowed ? China a Japan authentic ? variety of A mandatory financial company employer in China - lent funds to the government of the U. S. - Did funds transer palms ? No it did not - no great iron clad adventure circumstances of funds have been given right here in a depressing airplane to the Whitehouse - to do the grimy deed - indoors the midst of the night comprehend this Banks "mandatory banks" create funds and lend it out to the government - at interest - Do they convey about funds sufficient to pay off the interest as nicely by way of actuality the perception ? No no of course not funds = debt and the government is nicely-known with that - the variety is subsequently irelevant - 5 funds 9 trillion - who cares - this is relatively a form So the debt incurred by utilizing utilizing the U. S. to China - is in actuality a private loan from a financial company employer that created funds on an analogous time because it grew to grow to be into borrowed - And the U. S. government revealed that quantity of borrowed funds - at interest that's impossible to pay returned by way of actuality the funds for the interest grew to grow to be into not created in uncomplicated terms the perception quantity borrowed ---------------- ok - If the U. S. revealed it'sown funds and circulated it - then direct relationships of funds bypass to government behaviour may well be considered - that may not the case however - indoors the U. S. in Canada or the united kingdom --------------- Now in uncomplicated terms bypass returned to this common question i bypass to grant you the nicely suitable to print funds - how might desire to you subsequently - be in debt - ?
  • Only if you believe in stupid things like numbers and math.
  • http://www.google.ca/aclk?sa=l&ai=CnZ537...Be wary though, believe it or not it is a bit of a cut throat business
  • You know, Northern California covers a wide swatch of territory. How about giving us a city. But here, try these links: http://www.locallife.com/northern-califo...http://www.hotfrog.com/Products/Scrap-De...http://www.thomasnet.com/northern-califo...As to clean vs. dirty. Clean is better, but don't go overboard, hosing it down with a heavy water stream is OK. As to copper wire, there is quite a discount if it is insulated copper wire, so if you have a large quantity you might want to invest in a used stripper machine.
  • Not just California, but the entire United States needs to become less idealistic and more pragmatic if we are to find money to pay down our deficits.
  • CA has the highest state unemployment in the nation - 19-20%. CA has the 2nd biggest state deficit and debt in the nation CA has lost more businesses to out of state relocations in the nation. CA has the highest state sales tax in the nation CA has the highest state fuel tax per gallon in the nation. -------> And with all these pompous liberal dem tax monsters in Sacramento, they state is near bankruptcy and they still don't get it. Hello McFly.....anyone home??? And WTF is your source that CA even gives a rip about Marijuana as well as your brain damaged delusions of hash --- cheech&chong.com??? Go get a life and mature up!
  • every poll I have seen says that California is NOT going to vote the way you hope they are.
  • Its still a federal law, if you get busted by the feds you will go the a federal penitentiary. Not a pretty life
  • probably not. they will be the first to legalize it because they need the money it will generate.
  • They'll do it because they're desperate for revenue.
  • Immigration Reform: DREAM Act Fight Is On Again By Fred Bennett on December 3, 2010, 8:33 am During a conference call with reporters yesterday, Homeland security Chief, Janet Napolitano, said that even though the Dream Act is not a substitute for comprehensive immigration reform, it does let the DHS concentrate it’s focus and resources on the deportation of illegal immigrants that have criminal records. She claims that the criticism of the DREAM Act’s cost doesn’t “hold water” anymore, especially after the CBO had scored their new version as “basically neutral.” But there’s Plenty Of Opposition But earlier this month, the GOP leaders promised to block the bill. The opponents are saying that it pats illegal behavior on the back, and will allow the newly documented young people to bring their undocumented relatives inside U.S borders. Steve King (R-IA), a very vocal opponent the act, called it a “$20 billion giveaway to illegal aliens” on Wednesday this week. He said that “reports” of Senate Democrats “covering-up an analysis showing that granting illegal aliens amnesty under the DREAM Act will cost upwards of $20 billion.” http://www.americasnewsonline.com/immigration-reform-dream-act-fight-is-on-again-912/ Isn't California broke and in need of a bail out? http://www.usdebtclock.org/state-debt-clocks/state-of-california-debt-clock.html So how does California plan to pay for this?
  • No california doesn't have a nickel to its name they are going belly up
  • California cant afford to buy a cheeseburger for lunch let alone the dream act.
  • I think it would it be the country, not an individual state, who would enact the Dream Act, wouldn't it?
  • Nope. Time for illegals to go home
  • What does where you live have to do with "how much money you can draw"?
  • I don't really know what you mean by "could I draw more money". Do you mean earn more at a job or draw unemployment benefits? Regardless, the cost of living is much, much higher in California than in Tennessee.
  • Hmmm, Jimmy it is sad when we pick the place we live on how much money we can draw----- Maybe, you could try to find a job---I know its tough, but alot of people are workin to allow you not to work.
  • I originally would've said Louisiana but after this gulf spill I'm not too sure.
  • you mean on welfare? get off your fat **** and get a job, or we'll send you to iraq.
  • There are a million kids that want to be movie producers and move to California. The ones that make it (very few) demonstrate true talent at an early age. So, before you start trying to save money to move to California, make sure you are successful at making movies where ever you live. If you live in a small town, try you luck in a bigger city close to where you live, like Chicago, New York, Miami, Atlanta, Dallas, etc. Get help form people who know about the business locally. Try some trusted high school teachers, or even your local TV station.
  • You would move THERE not THEIR. Yikes. I would think a sixteen year old would know the difference. Many people would like to be a movie producer, but that is not a very practical goal. If you want to save money, then you just do it. Get a job, and put all that you earn into a savings account, and don't touch it.
  • There is no State Inheritance Tax in California. Your sister will not owe a penny to the state regardless of the amount she receives. Since any Federal Estate Tax that might have been owed will have been paid before she receives her share of the estate and because there is no Federal Inheritance Tax, her inheritance will be totally tax free to her. She does not have list it on either her Federal or her State Income Tax returns. In the future she will owe income tax on any interest that her inheritance generates, but that is all.
  • Dear SE: Look at the CA franchise tax board's web site for all of the different possibilities. There is a toll free number if you need it. This advice was based on the tax law in effect at the time it was written as it applies to the facts that you provide. Click on my profile to read more. Errol Quinn Enrolled Agent
  • There is no federal tax on inheritances. CA also does not tax inheritances.
  • Hi! So I have a great opportunity for an internship in California for this Summer. The internship is in Studio City, CA. I was just seeing if I could get a range of how much money should be needed. I will be staying with my aunt who lives in Irvine, CA.. I have not been to Cali at all so on Google Maps it says it is about an hour drive but I am guessing a little more with traffic. So living expenses and food will already be covered. I just need to know about gas or public transportation and recreation. I was thinking $3000 from the end of May to beginning of August. I have asked a couple people who live in different parts of Cali and they say that should be plenty but other people say that is not enough.. Any suggestions? Or should I try finding a place to rent out in Studio City or close by?
  • Renting a 1 BR apartment near Studio City will cost about $1200 per month. Poof! No money for food, etc. Stay with auntie. Do you have a car? Gas money will depend on your mileage, but figure 120 miles per day divided by 20 miles per gallon, is 6 gallons. Figure $4 per gallon, that's $24 per day for gas, or about $120 per week. And that's very conservative. Meals: $10 per meal. That's $10-$30 per day. Take the metrolink train, it's a lot cheaper. But you should be able to make it on that, if you can stay with relatives.
  • Hey I am hoping to get an internship there during the summer! I am from Australia though so a lot of planning going into it. What sort of internship is it? Add me :)
  • As O-man you can make it with public transportation. It's something he does on a regular basis (OC to LA or Hollywood). But it's not as easy as he makes it seem - 1.5+ hours each way, each day. It would have to be a REALLY REALLY great internship for that.
  • Go to travel agencies. Sometimes they offer services to send money to Brazil. However, I think you need the ID number of the person you want to send the money to. Last time I tried and they asked me for the ID of the person I was going to send money to.
  • Have you tried moneygram https://www.emoneygram.com/eMoneyGram/in...
  • I've called a couple blood banks and it seems like when it comes to getting money for plasma they just don't do it. Now that I'm in college my funds are obviously a little low, so it would be great news to hear that there are still places in California where I can donate plasma for money. A center that pays in Santa Barbara or Goleta would be the most helpful. Thanks
  • local blood bank
  • I wouldn't click that link if I were you! Based on the misspelling of "business" and the suspicious ending of the link, it's probably a virus, or at least a spam site. I've also seen the same poster put that link on other questions. Plus, simply posting a link is not what Yahoo answers is all about. As for your question, California also has a tourist industry, with Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Rodeo Drive, the streets of San Fransisco, restaurants, beaches, etc, there are plenty of spots for a tourist to see. They also make some money off of taxes - from filming movies to taxes on rich people's estates to normal taxes like sales. There's also corporate taxes; just think Bill Gates, Microsoft, a lot of the dot-com boom was in California, as well as Silicon Valley for technology start ups. For a more complete answer, you can always check out the state's website.
  • Almost every community in California requires a busking license. Call City License Bureau for the City you want to busk in. Ask them about the license required and if there are any restricted areas.
  • Different towns and municipalities will have different local ordinances regulating "busking" (playing in public for tips). Some towns or cities might allow it only in certain areas, or at certain times of day. Some towns will require you to get a permit, some won't. Some will allow you to accept money for your music, while others won't -- they'll arrest you for vagrancy or being a public nuisance or whatever. Bottom line is, you should call or visit the Town Hall in the town you want to busk in, and find out what the relevant local ordinances are beforehand.
  • Make sure you sound awesome (I'm sure you, why else would you busk) then talk to your local council or something, about the laws, rules and jurestrictions (however you spell that word) good luck
  • I dont think so...look at it this way, bums dont need a liscense to panhandle and cops dont give them ****.
  • Meg Whitman wants power. Meg Whitman also wants to be The President of The United States of America.. The governorship in California in 2010 would be an excellent springboard to run for The Presidency in 2016.
  • There are a lot of perks involved with a high government office. Further, once a high profile former elected official is out of office, there are many avenues to making a fortune. Keep in mind that the Clinton's went to the white house with a net worth of less than half a million and are worth more than 100 million now. lp
  • Why did Obama spend hundreds of millions to be President when the salary in under $500,000 ? Isn't he supposed to be some genius lawyer.
  • When any politician in US spends more money than the job pays, it's clear the job "pays" benefits in excess of the salary.
  • Power is priceless
  • let me make this a little more clearlier the section program pays on my behalf, it was my money that was taken i was forced to pay out of my pocket when they had already received payment, the housing authority is tellimg me i have to sue them for the extra money out of my pocket but i am not sure if its too late to do so
  • The statute of limitations in California is four years for broken contracts and three years for fraud or three years from when fraud was discovered. You may sue in the small claims division since the $7,000 is less than the maximum amount. */End of Line.
  • That relies upon on upon getting been assessed the steadiness you owe. If it truly is stability is owed through an underreporting of earnings that fluctuate into were given the following upon through the IRS once you filed your go back and also you've been notified of the steadiness through the IRS (which usually takes position a three hundred and sixty 5 days or so once you filed your go back) the Statute Of stumbling blocks runs from the time that you've been assessed the further tax. ( social gathering, in case you likely did now no longer record 97 until eventually 2000, it truly is even as the clock begins off) If it truly is from a stability that you owed once you filed in ninety 8 and also you've been conscious of the steadiness on the time 10 yrs is the norm, even if the IRS has the surprising to bolster any levy or lien previous that component body. From the little bit of suggestion it appears like this stability replace into through 1st social gathering, if so then you definately definately do could want to examine fee arrangements until eventually now the IRS garnishes your wages or levy's your economic company account
  • It will depend on how you sent it. If you sent it regular mail, it will usually take 1-2 weeks. If you fedexed it, or sent it UPS, it would get there sooner.
  • about 5 to 7 days.
  • Im pretty sure the only way to is to put it directly into the bank account.
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  • Check out local flyers. Presently, recycling centers are battling for your cans, Offers as high as $1.95 per pound for clean, dry, uncrushed cans would equal 9.75 cents per can if 100 cans per 5 pounds.
  • I think its up to 1.35 for pound and if you do it by the can its 5 to 10 cents each
  • Actually, if we do it for the sake of nature then we should not bother about the money, but i guess you may get a reasonable price:>
  • I don't know, and I don't pay attention to money. I do it because I don't want to be another person trashing the planet.
  • This is going to sound dump but i never write letters or ship anything to other states. I have to send a money order to California via USPS but i don't know how many or which stamps i have to use or if i have to go to the office and register it if it gets lost or something. Its for $825 dollars. I live in Illinois. How many and which stamps do i use and can i just drop it in any USPS box??? help please thanks
  • You can simply use a regular envelope and 1 44¢ stamp. A USPS Money Order is replaced if lost or stolen. I would really recommend using a Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelope. It does cost more, $4.95, but it would be a fiberboard container. Sturdier than a regular envelope and it will be delivered in 2-3 days.
  • i need some tips on saving money! i'm 22 and i live in california. i live with my parents now and i just had a baby. i work in retail, but i'm currently on leave until i'm healed from my cesarean. my state checks are $174 but my normal pay checks range within $200+-$300+ i also go to school (tuition is usually around $300) i rent books so that's around ($100) and i pay my cell bill which is $50 also, i buy diapers & formula as wel how do i go about managing my money more easily so that i can afford to get my own place? the place i'm looking at is $625 monthly. utilities not included. my boyfriend helps me out too and his income is about the same as mines.
  • move out of calfornia and move to a chaper state to live in
  • I don't know if this will help but you can do a search of your name with the California State Controller to see if money is owed you. If it is they have a form to fill out.
  • Have you googled the town and looked for the chamber of commerce. You may be able to get the phone number from there? Most states do have web sites too and a treasury or clerks office that could direct you. Good luck
  • http://scoweb.sco.ca.gov/UCP/Default.asp...
  • Your question is very confusing... I work in a production studio and we rent our space but if I (and everyone else) had trouble understanding what you are talking about (i.e. "movie related thing") I would not want to deal with you simply to save myself the headache and give the spot to a higher paying production. But yes you can rent a stage, camera equipment, lights, etc... (Check out Sammys Camera). I hope you have a shooting script ready and a budget because all of this stuff is expensive. My studio charges thousands for a full 12hr day. You will also need insurance for the space and the equipment. In order to make money off of your film, you will need a distributor who will get a percentage of what that movie makes as well as a percentage of your overall budget. Seriously, if this is a small, just-for-fun, kind of shoot, the best you can do is use it to get into bigger, better things or even submit it to netflix. Yes netflix will put your video on their site (maybe). Visit their site and check out the details.
  • I am pretty sure it is strict everywhere as it should be. Driving under the influence kills tons of people every year and I am pretty sure it isn't the government just trying to make money. The government probably wastes more money putting people in jail than fining people, especially in California.
  • Very strict. Not all of the strict laws result in the government and its lawyers making money. For example, the Ignition Interlock Device fees are paid to private providers. See how strict the laws are below, especially for repeat California DUI offenders:
  • Criminal Records Database : http://CriminalRecords.InfoSearchDetective.com
  • Unless you're in the entertainment industry, I don't see any logical reason to move to New York or California with a fixed income. Everything there is insanely expensive, $700 will last you about a month, and that's if you eat cheap.
  • Neither.
  • Well all depends which part you are going to..,. if you have rented car
  • The US government has one advantage over the states -- it can print money.
  • The state is bankrupt because it had to provide so much nanny handouts like welfare, social services, education, sustaining illegals, and providing Medi-Cal. Also, they rarely balanced their budgets, and their tax cuts really never worked. They need to drastically reduce spending, balance their budgets, get rid of Medi-Cal, welfare, and concentrate on saving money, giving tax cuts, and fix up the failing infrastructure. It's no use of asking the federal government for money, they are nearly bankrupt, and provide worthless, inflated Federal Reserve notes.
  • Tax cuts are good, but you need to cut spending.
  • I'm pretty sure that in California he is entitled to half. It's one of those states that encourage "smart marriages" (not my term, it's the term I was taught when covering law). But if he's your husband, who cares that he's entitled to half?
  • Are you still married to him? If so, why does he think you should just hand over half of the money? If you received the settlement after a divorce, then no because they would've been put in the divorce settlement.
  • your married aren't you? For better or worse, or at the very least when there is a good money settlement.
  • Yep. The only "untouchable" money are inheritances and workers compensation.
  • i want a safe mexican bank in san felipe in baja or a safe US bank just across the border in elcentro california for eg.I am a british citizen and need to pass over the border to get money better still a mexican bank that is safe near to my building site in san felipe. any advice please .i presently reside in toronto.
  • Bubba and Kyle both have good answers, I live in Baja, Norte and we bank at HSBC. Bancomer and Banomex are both good reliable banks. if you want to keep some money on the other side of the border, El -centro has several of the major U.S. banking chains.
  • Brian, In San Felipe there are two Bancomer branches and one Banamex. Either one is safe. The Bancomer Preferred Customer Branch (for foreigners) is on Chetumal (main street coming into town). Elizabeth is the customer service manager. She speaks perfect English and has helped many folks do the same thing you are asking about. Just set up an account and then wire transfer amounts you want from your bank in Canada.
  • There is also HSBC, as you know is british and is world wide, so that can be an advantage for you. http://www.hsbc.com.mx/1/2/
  • CHECK ACTINVER-.LLOYD.....I KNOW A LOTS OF AMERICANS THE HAVE THE ACCOUNT THERE...
  • For someone in your position, if you made at least $9,750, you need to file. But, even if you made less than that, you should file if you're owed a refund. Otherwise, you won't get your money back.
  • Damn, so Michael Jackson was the one keeping California afloat? Wow...
  • You see! Michael Jackson did save some of the world in his life! :(
  • sounds like creative accounting to me.
  • If you owe the company money, they can withhold your final paycheck, or the part of it that you owe them. If your paycheck does not cover what you owe them, they can take legal action against you to recover their loss. You probably signed some statement to that effect when they issued the card.
  • If you had access to a company credit card, you probably also have a contract and the terms are probably stated there. Yes, they can withhold your paycheck for money owed.
  • yes.they have a right to have the debt settled.
  • hi, different counties in california have different living cost. i live in east bay. here if you can make at least 2000 bucks a month you will be able to live happily....but for this you need to live with roommates. in hayward an average you have to pay for a room is $300 to $600 depending on the size of it. and the rest will go in gas and other expenses. water bill is usually included in the rent of the entire house. so the only thing you will pay is for the electricity. i hope this helps.
  • I agree with you and the news report. Mexico is going to colorize us one illegal at a time
  • Wow ur moving from maryland to california u have guts girl im from the LA area and is tough out here, if i was u i would drive from maryland to california because i can sleep in my car and eat their and i know im somewhat safer in my car than in the streets, im from LA i go to hollywood and beverly hills all the time its a dangerous place to be at specially if u know no one. A place here is very very very expensive the average in a good neighboorhood is about 1,200 for a one bedroom and if u live in a not so nice place then a 1 bedroom will range u from about 700 dollars. Try not to come by urself try bringing a friend so u have a companian if something goes wrong. Also make sure u have plenty of money atleast 5 thousand dollars, hotels here are very very expensive the average hotel here is about 80 dollars 1 person. food is not very expensive so u dont have to worry much about it. I think food here is less expensive than maryland. Well i wish u luck in ur trip and if u ever need any help on LA or need advise make sure to email me i know my way all around Hollywood,beverly hills, LA areas etc.... so dont doubt it. best wishes.
  • LA is very expensive except for the bad crime neighborhoods. You will never be able to make a living as an actress. You have a much better chance digging up buried treasure in your backyard or catching a magic wishing fish. If you want to act, get a day job and join a local theater group or take acting classes.
  • Fly! A one-way ticket from Washington Dulles to Long Beach (part of greater LA, like Alexandria and Washington DC) will cost under $200 on JetBlue. http://jetblue.com/Even if you drove without stopping the gas alone would be more than $200!
  • Fly because to get there more fast
  • Long ago, and in some states now, they have the prom in their own gym. They spend the money decorating it. It makes more sense and allows more students to attend. In our local high school (CA) they combined the junior and senior proms last year. Check out the Armories, or Elks and the like clubs. They often have meeting rooms to rent.
  • you can get a tent over by jack london its really big, or there is a place by lake marrit i forgot what its called tho.
  • prom is a joke. dont waste your time.
  • If your friends at school keep pulling your leg like this ... maybe you will wind up taller than 5 feet! No, there is no government program that gives money to short people.
  • Yes. Short people can get the money. There was a class action lawsuit a few years ago: Short people versus Disneyland. The short people sued Disneyland claiming that they were mentally harmed by all of Disneyland's "YOU MUST BE THIS TALL TO GO ON THIS RIDE" signs. Disneyland lost the case so now short people can get the money. Not.
  • Why do people like you live on this planet?
  • its all fake
  • Hi, I am a renter in Oakland, California. Here is the situation and thanks for any help: I saw an ad on Craigslist for a sublet. I rented the room and filled out an application, but did not sign a lease. I paid the rent for a couple months, then my roommate gave 30-day notice that we were leaving. I called the landlord and asked if I could stay the next month and pay the whole rent. He drew up a lease for just that month. I then changed my mind, having not yet signed his new lease, and said I wanted to move out when my roommate does. He said I had to give my own 30-day notice, and the fact that I haven't signed a lease and am a subletter is not relevant. If this is true, I will owe him 21 days of rent for the whole place... really shitty. Can anyone help clarify if he is correct that I legally owe him even though I'm not on the lease? He says in California there are no such things as subletters and that if I'm paying him rent (although I did pay my roommate, not him) I am considered a tenant.
  • Hi, thanks for your response MrPlacid. The application was the landlord's, actually. But I didn't sign a lease--just filled out a form with my info. I also gave a 30-day notice in writing when I had changed my mind. I mention that in case that might be treated as an "admission of guilt" or whatever--what do you think? I didn't want to not give 30 days, obviously, and then have him just continuously bill me... What do you think given those pieces of information additionally? THank you again!
  • "I paid the rent for a couple months" As soon as you did that, and the landlord accepted the money the state of CA puts in a legal month to month lease. You owe rent for 30 days, he has to refund the rest of it. No signed lease is required.
  • OK, first question is, whose "application" did you complete? The existing tenant's, or the landlords? I'll presume that the existing tenant is the one that asked you to complete the application. So, if that's correct, then landlord is incorrect. If you contracted directly with the existing tenant, and paid rent to the existing tenant only, then you are a sublessee. (Yes, there is such a thing in California.) As a sublessee, your rights are no greater than the sublesssor's. So, when sublessor gave notice, that notice was effective as to you as well. In fact, if you had stayed beyond the duration of the sublessor's tenancy, you would be classified as a trespasser.
  • @Landlord How is this the case? If they were paying the other roommates and they are the only ones on the lease then even if they took off only the roommates on the lease should be responsible for any payments. If I am wrong please explain as I am very interested in this issue.
  • Also, seeing as I have no prior experience, what are some qualifications I sould list; And whom should I use as references on my resume? I'm most interested in fashion, but want a job that pays better then the usual retail. I'm a quick learner and a perfectionist. My #1 priority is to make the most money I can. -All answers appreciated. Thank you.
  • well with no prior experience ... you cant make very much in fashion, if anything at all (internships)... if money is your motive go to a community college learn computer programming and get a job through them.... computer programming doesnt need a 4 year degree but will make almost immediatly 50000 upon entering the field.
  • No, the state of California is in a budget crunch, and is closing DMV offices on Fridays in an attempt to save money. They surely don't have funds to give away to anyone. Perhaps someone told you of the program where you could voluntarily junk cars that didn't pass smog. Voluntary Accelerated Vehicle Retirement, or VACR. Last I heard most of those programs were no longer running, but the web page to learn about them and to contact the air quality board is here. http://www.smogcheck.ca.gov/80_BARResour...
  • I don't think so! California is broke! The governor is trying all kinds of things to get some money, so I rather doubt they'd be so generous with paying for car repairs.
  • also a little known fact is if you give a can of cat food to aspca you can make out with halle berre for 1 hr/ or matt damon/take your pick
  • In California, Lifeguards are part of the Fire Department. Or "heroes" as Republicans like to call them.
  • Being a retired lifeguard is difficult work. Very strenuous. The beer drinking and pot smoking alone takes a lot of effort.
  • California is a cesspool that should be broken up into small states.
  • With a union you would be making less, however you would have more incentives and workers benefits.
  • Do you take responsibility for your decisions?
  • Here is a map of California showing where all the minerals and related industry is located. http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/s...Industrial minerals are the top money making minerals. These include 'Construction sand and gravel' and 'cement (portland and masonry)' being at the top of the list, followed by boron minerals, crushed stone, diatomite, and soda ash. The site I mentioned is very good. It has all the material you will need. I'm not sure what you mean by "i need pictures of where they are located" - that would be a map! Here is another very good site: State of Mining In California 2007 http://www.mine-engineer.com/mining/cami...
  • complex situation. try searching at a search engine. that may help!
  • Are you in Ms.Friche's class too?
  • Where I recycle = they put the cans on the scale, make me sign a sheet of paper, and give me the money. Other places might have different procedures and it may be different based on what you are recycling.
  • Hello! I recently purchased something online, but I don't have a credit card ~ I need to send the money through mail, but I don't know anything about STAMPS. Which stamp do I need to use to send money from Georgia to California? How many? What do each stamp mean anyways? Help is needed and appreciated. Thanks!
  • First off, buy a money order, don't mail cash or there is a good chance it won't get there. Second, a common postage stamp will work just fine. You only need one.
  • the U. S. Postal provider has diverse expenses for various sizes of things mailed. So, it relies upon on what length the cardboard is and how a lot it weighs. in all probability one stamp will do it, except you have have been given quite a few different stuff filled in there.
  • YOU ONLY SAY HOW MUCH MONEY WILL YOU NEED TO GET TO California from Winnipeg. It is 2060 miles. Say your car can average 25 mpg, it will take around 82 gallons of gas. At the going rate of about $3.75 per gallon, estimate. $305 in gas. Figure 3 - 4 days of travel, add about $400 for hotels and $75-$125 per person for food. THat will get you to LA.
  • Muppet, as usual, has excellent suggestions. Jim H committed a major violation in this forum by being insulting. Everybody knows that's my job. And West of Encino's, although his answers have been very good of late. Anyway, if you purchase your tickets at funex.com, you can save a few bucks. If you decide to buy food in the park, here are some tips: -Going outside the park for a cheaper meal can take up a LOT of time. You can easily burn 2 hours getting out of the park, walking, eating, and getting back in. Think about how valuable your time is. -Inside the park, Red Rockett's Pizza Port in Tomorrowland has decent pizza and pasta, and you can get refills on drinks. -Carnation Cafe is nice sit-down, with entrees around $10. It's good comfort food (sandwiches, chicken pot pie, roast beef medallions), and great for people watching. Call 714-781-DINE to make reservations. -Plaza Inn serves great chicken, pasta, and roast beef dinners. They are pretty big, so you can split one if you're not too hungry. -In Downtown Disney, there are some restaurants where you can get cheaper versions of full meals: Napoli is a takeout counter for Naples, for example. Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen and Tortilla Jo's also have takeout counters. Stay at the Howard Johnson or Candy Cane Inn. You will save a lot of time because you can walk to the park easily, and thes places aren't too expensive. Have fun!
  • My money saving tip is in regards to souvenirs. Before you decide to buy anything at the park (the prices are totally inflated!), go here first (if you have a car): http://www.yelp.com/biz/disneys-characte...Here's another link: http://www.ams-liquidation.com/listings....It's a store in Fullerton called Disney's Character Warehouse. Just head north on Harbor Blvd until you hit Orangethorpe and you'll see a shopping center on your right called Orangefair Mall and the store's in that shopping center. From Disneyland, it'll probably take just 15 or 20 min. to get there. It's store - open to the public - that has excess merchandise from Disneyland and DCA (Disney's California Adventure) and you can buy it at discount prices. Now, it's hit or miss there and stock changes *constantly*. Sometimes I go in and don't find all that much and other times I go in and come out with bags full of items! It's worth checking out before you buy anything at D-land or DCA. The BEST thing, however, is to know an employee who can go with you to the Company D store (where employees shop and get up to 75% percent off of merchandise at the park!). That store is awesome!! But you have to go with an employee who has a current ID in order to enter store and purchase something there. Have a great time!
  • Bring a picnic and snack foods. Before you enter Disney there is a an area of lockers you can rent. There is a shaded and secluded picnic area you can eat at right next to it. Put your food and drinks in a soft sided insulated cooler with frozen ice packs to keep everything cold. You can also carry food and drinks into the park.
  • Leave the park to eat... theres a mcdonalds right across the street plus more fast food places that are within walking distance... if not fast food theres a few restaraunts within walking distance... if you eat in the park youre going to spend an arm and a leg
  • Jump the fence at night. Sleep under the 'tilt a whirl' so the security doesnt find you. Then in the morning you can enjoy the whole park ......free.
  • Don't go, you'll save all the money you could have spent that way.
  • Even if it was not legal to do this, the employer would find a loophole. Such as saying that your job has been downsized. They can say this anytime they want and fire you or lay you off...then a couple weeks later, they bring your job back and hire a replacement. Companies are doing this sort of thing all the time in every state and employees have no protection on this. Makes you wish there were still unions huh? Also, in most states, you can be fired for anything they feel like firing you for. Yes, you can claim unemployment, but if they are getting someone in there for half of what they were paying you. And then you get unemployment for the six months that you can get it. The company still wins out in the end because within 6 months the employee doing your job will still be there and the money spent on the unemployment you were given will be made up within a year by using an employee at half of your salary. This is also why older people get laid off after 15-20 years or so, and a young college grad put in the place. They will take less pay because they have no experience and you will have no job.
  • It is illegal but employers can find a way to justify it by saying you didn't do a great job. It happens all the time. You can try to sue them but they may find something in your work history or employment file to justify your being let go.
  • the employers are working a corporation, not an afternoon care. in the event that they ought to positioned off, they ought to accomplish that in a well timed way. in the event that they be in a position to furnish slightly greater be conscious simply by holiday, this is as much as the corporation. so a techniques as being fired instantaneous...employers oftentimes basically do this once the worker is rather messing up, consequently, the worker ought to have checked themselves earlier it have been given to that factor.
  • Absolutely not legal! Id be seeking legal advice. A business can not lay you off for a reason like that.
  • I'm moving to a friends place he is charging me 250 a month to stay there, and I calculated that I would spend 325 dollars in gas. plus I'm not staying in hotels I'm just going to stay in my car for a few hours a day. And I'm also not hauling anything from my room in my parents house just clothes so I'm going to pack the car and haul butt. I estimated by the time I leave for victorville December 30 I should have around 11,600 dollars. Also I don't have a job lined up but second day I get there I'm going put in applications. Do you think this is a good amount of money to make the move? I would love answers, tips, tricks any advice at all. Thanks in advance.
  • Make your budget and then double it. Everything in California costs more and there are no good jobs in Victorville, you will have to drive to Los Angeles or Riverside to get a job that makes more than $10 and hour and that is not enough, even full time to pay expenses living here.
  • The "Mamas & Pappas" classic beats the others by utilising an quite slender margin, yet i think of it incredibly is "California Dreamin". yet I do love the California of the 60's and 70's, in the previous the gangs and unlawful immigrants took over the state.
  • The current pay-to-play campaign finance system gives international corporations and special interests groups undue influence over social, economic, and environmental decisions made by politicians here in the USA. In California Proposition 89, the Clean Money and Fair Elections Act, challenges this by creating a public finance system for “clean” candidates that agree to reject contributions from big money donors and demonstrate popular support in their communities. If passed, Proposition 89 may help curb political corruption, by reducing the power special interests have over our government leaders, making them accountable to the voters they were elected to represent. What do you think of this proposition? And. how nationally can we severe or at least limit that corrupt partnership our elected leaders have with greedy corporations and fanatical special interests groups? We need to remind them that they work for us and are not there for their own political and monetary agenda.
  • Thank you for asking this question and it is about time my state cleans up her act.People in the Capital, Sacramento watch out here we come and do not stand on our way.California was under a spell from the greedy corporations and ugly politicians who sold his or her own soul for the campaign money.Enough is enough.I will e-mail all my friends and relatives and educate strangers on the streets to register to vote and make the proposition 89 comes true.This is going to be a test of water for every State in our nation if proposition 89 passes we our Nation is going the the right direction. We will have a true Republic the has a politician of the people,by the people and for the people.
  • actual, no. the very undeniable actuality that it basically lost through 8 factors in what's of direction an exceedingly Republican off-3 hundred and sixty 5 days might want to factor out it would want to likely bypass in a presidential election 3 hundred and sixty 5 days. (old human beings vote in off-years. little ones do not). I gained't intricate on the hypocrisy of espousing "restricted authorities" yet persevering with to help a conflict on drugs. there remains an excellent form of incorrect information about the reality of unlawful marijuana. (operating example some human beings voted adversarial to it because they don't desire more desirable youngsters smoking weed............which ignores the reality that a range of of learn have shown weed is properly more desirable person-pleasant to get than alcohol for prime college scholars in the present day. besides, over 50% of highschool scholars have ALREADY smoked marijuana). The clinical marijuana human beings had a economic pastime in opposing it. (leisure marijuana production might want to heavily decrease the fee and next earnings of clinical marijuana dispensaries). it really is an same for the growers in Humboldt county. The drug cartels are also very pleased this did not bypass because over 0.5 their annual gross sales comes from unlawful pot sales in the U.S. Then there became the obtrusive "reefer insanity" syndrome: those who imagine legalized marijuana will deliver about a spike in site visitors fatalities and persons coming to artwork extreme. (Which ignores the very undeniable actuality that maximum those who drink don'tchronic inebriated or bypass to artwork inebriated............an same might want to be reported for marijuana those who smoke). EDIT: heavily. seem at a number of those solutions. you may tell the basically authentic international journey most of the "No" human beings have with marijuana is depending totally on the sketch offered in videos and tv.
  • I am voting for proposition 69!
  • more than $11,000. It's California
  • In my state, you would be able to bypass good right into a 4 3 hundred and sixty 5 days college after in basic terms one semester. in spite of the actuality that, i could communicate over with somebody from admissions to confirm, yet i do no longer see why it would desire to be a undertaking to bypass. the only factor could be you will no longer get an acquaintances degree, yet that would desire to no longer be a large deal in case you propose on getting a bachelors degree.
  • Money
  • Disneyland is quite high priced. Knott's has solid rides yet Six Flags is extraordinary. conventional in basic terms has 3 rollercoasters and are style of lame in case you inquire from me, however the recent transformers journey is extremely cool. Six Flags is the placement to go in case you truly need to fill your rollercoaster needs. i'm uncertain which one is the main inexpensive for for specific element that's not Disneyland. however in case you opt on conventional you will get something of the 365 days loose... i think of it somewhat remains occurring. conventional is merely in particular shows, they got rid of a few a at the same time as in the past and to me the recent ones at the instant are not solid... in any respect. in no way been to Seaworld or Legoland so I cant inform you something approximately those. Six flags generally has somewhat some long strains based the day you go on, and somewhat some hills. i could inform you six flags because of the fact it has quite some rides, i'm a extensive fan of rollercoasters and prefer 2 or 3 of them there scare the crap out of me, not adequate for me to not go on them of course. choose SIX FLAGS. If value did not count i could say go between Six Flags and Disneyland yet this is merely because of the fact i'm a Disney lover :) wish you go with me! have relaxing!!!
  • if you call it anything other than money people will make fun of you. I was there this whole weekend.... everyone calls money... money.
  • so what i would like to know since he is sueing me if ill lose the case since it said as is i told owner he has to smog but we took it smog place and he did something to it and d told us we cant sueing but owner the car is a lemon and i refuse to pay him what we owe himi have check made out to hin but he refused to give us r money plus what we put inh it so does as is come before or after the car changes owners
  • In the state of California it is the sellers responsibility to smog the vehicle.. Even if you signed something stating that you would smog the vehicle, you can go to court and they will throw that paper out. You will AUTOMATICALLY WIN YOUR CASE. The seller has nothing to stand on.
  • California law states that the seller must provide a current registration certificate, a certificate of ownership (called a pink slip here in Calif.) and a recent smog certification test before selling a car. You should not have paid him if he did not have all of these needed papers to transfer the car into your name.
  • What? I'm a rambling man, rambling man rambling man
  • if its sold as is that means as is new buyer is responsible for it
  • Proper English please?
  • That should be a good wake up call for their stupid spending of trying to look as a better state. I didn't know we had state competitions.
  • carry layers. California could be heat in the process the day and funky at nighttime, in the process the summer season. on the least, you're able to have shorts, pants, shirts, and a sweater or gentle jacket. maximum inns around there have swimming pools, so carry a suit in case you intend on swimming. carry mushy footwear. we've been having surprisingly chilly climate these days, so examine the forecast until eventually now you bypass to work out if rain is expected. if so, carry an umbrella so as which you do no longer could pay interior the path of the nostril for one at Disneyland.
  • A lot of welfare recipients will actually have to work for their money.
  • I travelled California when I was broke, it sucked. You need more money to really have an awesome experience.
  • You can't really do much with under $25 per person in California as prices as ridiculously high there. You could probably grab a bite to eat with those 25 dollars, and keep the other 25 for probably a movie at night. During the day, walk around the beach, visit museums *some are free*, etc ...
  • Some things to do in LA http://www.hollywoodwaxmuseum.com/hollyw...http://olvera-street.com/html/olvera_str...
  • Financial Aide is FEDERAL money....NOT 'state' money. The only thing they can run out of is money to pay the teachers.
  • Yes and No. Meaning that we can always borrow from China or other.
  • get a jar of Vaseline
  • They might tax you. Taxation isn't rape. You make money, you pay for public services. If you don't like that, consider the many public services you took advantage of getting from CA to AK and back, and pay the full costs for that, and stay off the interstate, because those are roads directly paid for by taxes. If you don't pay, stop mooching, you freeloader.
  • If you were a resident of California and you temporarily worked in Alaska, the income you earned in Alaska will be taxable to California.
  • no did you gross that or net that? didn't you have fed taxes taken out or were you a contractor?
  • No you wont have to spend money if you .. Go into the bureau and ask for Jeff. Show him you titsand he will sign the papers. Have fun.
  • I like your first answer. Unfortunately, while I believe the Hollywood libbies are generous with their charity support, they are surprisingly quiet now that their state is in need. If box office receipts begin to falter, I'm sure they'll jump into action. Sharing the pain: What if state employees took a hit like we're all taking in the private sector? There are around 1 million state workers, 800,000 school system workers and 100,000 university workers. If they all took a 15% temporary pay cut, we would reduce the deficit by $20 billion leaving a deficit of only 4.3 billion, a much more manageable number! No layoffs, no programs cut. It's time to play hardball in California. Unions don't agree? Bankrupt the state and force the issue!
  • ~~properly they gained their share, yet it style of feels to not have made a dent in our finances. From the examining I even have achieved, it style of feels the teachers unions have a carry on money the place they nonetheless acquire a extensive hunk of the finances from years in the past while issues have been plenty greater suitable, and could not be readjusted down with the aid of our shrinking tax money. it rather is one extensive project. yet another is our tax money is going to extensive quantities in firefighting, and different tax paid positions. The beyond oftentimes happening time fireman acquire on those extensive fires we've are astronomical. this present day day, i think of there must be extensive negotiations and concessions in tax payer employment or we can be taxed to dying to maintain the status quo.~~
  • why can't all those high taxes, big government supporting hollywood stars come together and bail out the state which they call home
  • All depends on the department. LAPD will pay more than Lancaster, CA Police Department. There are many positions within each department- how many depends on the size of the department. Salaries usually depend on time in service, rank, education, etc. There are steps that must be met. A captain isn't going to be paid the same as a rookie. The SWAT commander is going to make more than FNG on the team. There are ways to make extra- bilingual, physicial fitness, uniform allowance, education. Larger cities can pay more and have more opportunities. Where you work depends on what you want to do and how important the salary is to you. Who cares if you're making 100K if you hate your job.
  • contac the fbi in cali im sure they pay the most
  • is there a shelter i can stay with till i get a job or is there a way i can get food stamps till i get a job i want to live in my house in california but my parents said its too packed because of brothers and sisters so i would like to start off fresh and on my own in hawaii does anyone know any information that can help? thank you and and may all your wishes come true
  • You have money to fly but not for food? You will not qualify for any help there until you establish residency, which requires you to live there, with a provable address, for 1 year. Find a job in Hawaii first, then move.
  • You will have to do all the things necessary in moving. Such as starting with a job that is secure. Nothing else happens until you have a job. If you choose to go the government assistance route, figure on getting no where but down the street, at best.
  • Contact the VA administration near you. There is help available to homeless. They may not help you relocate to Hawaii, but they will get you going in the right direction in CA and once your on your feet you can move anywhere you choose. Good Luck
  • Every city has shelters. Why cant you work and save up your money before you go.
  • Once you receive the dismissal from the court it could take around 60 days to get the refund. It also depends on the county. For example, in San Diego County the refund checks have been going out within a week of the dismissal in the recent weeks. For more information on California traffic courts and how to fight a traffic ticket go to http://www.2FixYourTrafficTicket.com/
  • An attorney has a myriad of ways in which to attempt to get the tickets dismissed. With your explanation, the attorney would probably argue that the cost to prosecute would outweigh the amount owed and that the tickets should be dismissed in the interest of justice. I find it kind of amusing that an attorney would even take this case. That attorney is in my estimation a crook, because you could go to court and ask that the fines, penalties and any civil assessment be dropped in the interest of justice. What you might end up paying to the court would be less then the attorney fees.
  • It could be up to 6 months, but usually it takes 4 to 6 weeks. However, California is nearly bankrupt and may not give you a refund at all.
  • In 2007 I had a hearing and was approved for Unemployment and my case worker never sent me the weekly forms and when I would call, he never helped me. I got all the forms late and was denied any money to that point, about 5 months in. He never sent out any other forms but I never did anything about that. 2010 now, can I get any retro pay? Could a lawyer help me or public defender? What can I do?
  • There is no such thing as "retro pay" when it comes to unemployment. That money isn't guaranteed nor is it owed to you. Sorry man.
  • I've followed your question through several categories, four I think. The first responder here is the first person I've seen that gets it! Government employees can't continue to enjoy high compensation from the glory days during the current economic climate. I'm a conservative and believe that some programs should be cut and others should be shrunk, but not under these circumstances. Eliminating programs places additional burden on the private sector while state employees enjoy pay raises, pension funding increases, etc? I don't think that's fair! Sharing the pain: What if state employees took a hit like we're all taking in the private sector? There are around 1 million state workers, 800,000 school system workers and 100,000 university workers. If they all took a 15% temporary pay cut, we would reduce the deficit by $20 billion leaving a deficit of only 4.3 billion, a much more manageable number! No layoffs, no programs cut. It's time to play hardball in California. Unions don't agree? Bankrupt the state and force the issue!
  • Stimulus is concentrated totally on infrastructure. that is attainable to get a million.a million billion in stimulus for CA Universities if we cut back a million.5 billion in state money earmarked for them now. The a million.5 billion could desire to be moved to the final fund. Sharing the discomfort: What if state workers took helpful like we are all taking interior the interior maximum sector? There are around a million million state workers, 800,000 college device workers and a hundred,000 college workers. in the event that all of them took a 15% non everlasting pay cut back, we would scale lower back the deficit with the help of $20 billion leaving a deficit of purely 4.3 billion, a much greater possible huge style! No layoffs, no courses cut back. it's time to play hardball in California. Unions do not agree? Bankrupt the state and stress the project!
  • ~~Well they received their share, but it seems to not have made a dent in our budget. From the reading I have done, it seems the teachers unions have a hold on money where they still receive a huge hunk of the budget from years ago when things were much better, and can not be readjusted down due to our shrinking tax dollars. That's one huge problem. Another is our tax dollars goes to huge amounts in firefighting, and other tax paid positions. The overtime fireman receive on these huge fires we have are astronomical. In this day and age, I think there has to be huge negotiations and concessions in tax payer employment or we are going to be taxed to death to keep the status quo.~~
  • That depends on a number of factors-- particularly what kind of lifestyle you want to live/how extravagant you want your accommodations to be. If you're staying for a longer period of time, like a month, consider looking into renting an apartment. If you're staying for a shorter time, you can check out apartments (which are great alternatives to expensive hotels) for short term rental. I'd recommend cross-pollinate.com. I've booked through them several times and have been quite happy. If you're happy traveling on less of a budget, there are plenty of hostels in Barcelona available at a reasonable cost (often including wi-fi, laundry and daily maid service). You can find these on hostelworld.com. For accommodations for a week, you can run anywhere from 700 to 2100 a week-- depending on where you stay of course. Your flights will vary according to the time of year that you will be traveling. In peak season you can probably find a flight for about $1000 each if you look around at different airlines. Food and such is probably slightly cheaper than in California, at least from what I have noticed. If you have an apartment rental you will save a lot of money on food, because you can make your own meals and eat out every once and a while (or once/twice a day if you'd like). I'd budget about 70 euros per person/week for food. You will be fine with that. If you're staying in a hotel, expect to spend about 10-25 euros on average per meal. Museums and other attractions are usually between 8 and 13 euros. So depending on how many you would like to see, you have to take those costs into account. However, that being said, Barcelona has tons and tons of free sights. You really can see a lot for very little money. For example Parc Guell is free, as well as the magic fountains @ montjuic, the outside of sagrada familia, la ramblas, beaches, etc. Hopefully that helps you out a bit. Good luck with your travels. You will love Barcelona.
  • You know, only you can figure that out. I spent about $15,000 for three, for a month, from Denver. You have to mess around online to figure this one out. First, find flights. You don't have to book them, but figure out what they cost for the next year, same season. Then, figure out where you want to go and for how long. Go to the websites for those places, and figure out what lodging should cost. Museums run between about 3 to 10€. Figure an average of about 7/each, and add up how many you will go to. Figure out about what your budget should be for souvenirs. Be flexible. And figure about 50€ or so per day per person for food. A little more for other entertainment...Flamenco show, bullfight, soccer match, clubs, whatever. Add it up, add another 20% for inflation and Ooops! I forgot to figure that in! and you should have a budget.
  • 5-7 grand for a week.
  • No, an IOU isn't the same as money. It not a payment, it's a promise to pay. It's pretty much the same thing as a loan arrangement but a little on the desperate side of a loan. A person or company can refuse the IOU and not sell or provide service to California.
  • It's actually 24.3 billion but what's 300 million one way or the other. First responder is incorrect since the stimulus package comes "with strings" that primarily tie it to infrastructure projects, not unlike the WPA from the 1930s. Sharing the pain: What if state employees took a hit like we're all taking in the private sector? There are around 1 million state workers, 800,000 school system workers and 100,000 university workers. If they all took a 15% temporary pay cut, we would reduce the deficit by $20 billion leaving a deficit of only 4.3 billion, a much more manageable number! No layoffs, no programs cut. It's time to play hardball in California. Unions don't agree? Bankrupt the state and force the issue!
  • I believe your deficit was $42 billion before the stimulus. The $24 billion deficit is what remains *after* the stimulus. Plus, some of the stimulus money was dependent on maintaining some of the services you recently voted down, so you are left with a smaller stimulus. Californians like state services. They also hate to pay for them. And they dislike being reminded of these fundamental truths. From the outside, it kind of looks like California's silly politicians are matched by an equally silly electorate. It seems the electorate keeps on getting all upset when none of their politicians can make 2 plus 2 equal 9. All of which makes me wonder: will Schwarzenegger go the way of Gray Davis? .
  • Your IP address is blocked now in the US. Black friday,a few years ago,the Justice dept seized all gambling sites.. You're unable to deposit and play for real money now
  • First off, the answer from Mike gives some insight as to why the banking industry is going down the tubes... Online gaming is NOT Federally illegal - the only thing recent laws have done is make it illegal for the banks (NOT the customers) to directly transfer funds to these sites. Some states have attempted to pass laws making online gaming illegal, but I'm not aware of any of them as yet being successfully prosecuted - they've mainly been passed to make local politicos look nice to their constituents and I suspect would ultimately be ruled unconstitutional if challenged.
  • You certainly wouldn't get arrested. Your problem might simply be accessing the site, since Full Tilt no longer serves the United States. But if you can get to it and log in, then play.
  • you could still access the site and play. it isn't legal in a lot of states in the USA but there are ways around it.. like IP and Proxy address changers.. using TOR..
  • no, its not illegal in California.
  • No, just a really dumbass thing to do.
  • You inform your bank how much in sterling you want to send and they will debit your account accordingly. On no account use Western Union or Moneygram to send money to the UK unless you are sending it to a family member or a friend that you have actually met as it is untraceable and irretrievable.
  • hi, ive used weston union money tranfer myself and ive also recieved money this way its quick, easy,they do all converting and the charge a small fee to wire it and a insurance to cover you and your cash. wesern banks are everywher so ask the intended reciever to go online for the adress of the one nearest to them and its got a code attached to each branch,then send it from the one nearest to you and off it goes ok. also banks will do it for a charge and will tell you the amount in sterling your sending but to get the money can take over 7 working days so if its urgent wesern union is by far better.good luck.
  • It gets converted in the transaction.
  • You have to send a money order in the mail. They will then deposit it into their commissary account.
  • I am from Canada, and I am visiting, Cabo, La Paz, Todo Santos etc. And I would like to put some money into a good business idea. What does this area need the most? What would be a good money maker? It doesn't have to be an original idea, just something that we take for granted back home, that may make a lot of money down here. Any thoughts? Thanks.
  • Baja California is full of businesses and a good place to live in Mexico. Look around online for businesses that interest you.
  • I'm not giving away my secrets :>)
  • my father has been going to court for 10 years with the san diego welfare department for child support or at least when he didnt pay it and his ex-wife was on welfare they at first they told him he owes 36,000 dollars once he paid that they took him to court so he got a lawyer and made it so supposedly it would be the last case and they couldnt hide anything from him after that case so at the end of the case it was announced that total he owes now 90,000 dollars so he said fine as long as there will be no more about this in the future ect. well this morning my father found out that san diego's welfare department dug into his retirement and took $8,000. this case should be over hes paid california more than deserved by far.. my question is how can we make this finally come to an end and stop the harassment.
  • k just so we all understand HE went to court....it was agreed that it would be the last time that any money he owes will be stated and then he would pay that off and there would be NO MORE COURT HEARINGSSS.. so he paid off the $90,000 and now today they took $8,000.. so when it should be done its not because they once again are digging in to his bank accounts there for that is harassment he has paid off every penny so why are they asking..or sorry not even... why are they taking more
  • The court collecting money due to them via a court order is not harassment. The way to stop them is to pay the debt owed in full. How can you be "my father" and the money comes out or "our pension"?
  • well, this is going off of New York and Los Angeles, not California, but: New York: $56,390 L.A.: $72,164 So California's your answer. Probably because there's a higher crime rate in L.A. than there is in New York
  • Nassau County, a suburb of NYC, pays cops very well, and it's not a bad gig. NYC pays cops really lousy to start. Don't know about California. Kitty, New York City cops don't make near the figure you quoted, not at first. The starting salary is something like $25,000. This might be some sort of state-wide average.
  • check each state website to see what the income is for a police officer.
  • Firstly - let me just say I feel for all those who are affected. However, I am wondering with the recent Donation Drive to raise money for the "victims" I would like to understand how this works. In my understanding this has been declared a State of an Emergency and some areas a Urgent one, therefore they qualify for State, Federal Assistance and forthcoming breaks. I am assuming the Red Cross needs are met, i.e. Bottled water at evacuation centre’s and additional supplies (which I assume cost should be covered by the State/Federal Assistance) more so because they do not want another "Katrina" handling of mass displacement/evacuation. No-one was going to be unsheltered, hungry or unassisted. I understand the Red Cross needs with disaster in unaided countries. As we have given over $3.6 million for the "Fire victims" does this mean of each who lost their homes receive a check for $2,050.28? Do American's just feel the needs to do "something"? When all is already taken care of?
  • In San Diego alone there were over 1,300 houses completely destroyed, 8 dead, and a number of people injured. Some of the victims were uninsured. In addition to the fires in San Diego, there have been fires throughout southern and northern California. The Red Cross was criticized in the past for raising money during disasters and putting it into their general fund. That has changed. Now donations can be specifically earmarked for fire victims. These donations helped us house 500,000 people who were forced to evacuate from fire endangered areas to a number of shelters in the county...it costs a little bit to house, feed, and support that many people for as many as 5 days. And the people whose houses have burned found the deeper pockets support entities at those shelters from the state and federal agencies you mention. Sometimes money is spent on things you might not imagine. For instance, 4 years ago we had another serious fire. A group of us Red Cross volunteers spent several days constructing wire-mesh sifting pans to help home owners sift for their remaining belongings in the ashes of their homesites. Some of the materials were donated by Home Depot, but there were other expenses getting those distributed to the homeowners. I'm glad you weren't involved in the fire losses, affected by the smoke, or had to be evacuated in the middle of the night and spend 3-4 days in a shelter because your neighborhood was off-limits due to fire danger or lack of electricity or water. But, I'm very thankful for the generosity of so many whose donations of time, food, clothing, tents, etc. etc. etc. has helped our community weather this firestorm and begin the rebuilding process with our hopes intact.
  • I would like for it to be divided among every home owner who was burned out.
  • It all depends on you. If you are frugal you can buy an electric skillet and make pan cakes every day and any number of things at for dinner. You can pack a picnic to save half your budget. No hotel cooked meals $50-$75/day Hotel cooked meals $25-$50/day There are a lot of ways to travel cheap. I recommend getting an electric skillet and using the mini fridge. You will need to hide the skillet in a drawer every day so house keeping does not turn you in but it will save you $$$. Next, picnic. Buy a good lunch bag/cooler. Drink 1/3 of 2 water bottles and freeze them over night. They will keep your food cool and you hydrated. A simple lunch kit will save you crazy money. $6 for 1lbs of roast beef, $3 for 1/2 of cheese, bag of salid (half for a dinner), a jar of mayo and mustard (used the entire trip) and some good bread $4 will make the heart of your lunch for $3.25 instead of $15. Also, I tend to buy passes when I travel. I have never got this one but you may find it ecconimical. http://www.smartdestinations.com/los-ang...
  • 200 isn't virtually sufficient. you opt for a undeniable quantity which you're pleased with spending after which you will desire to deliver greater suitable as cushion in basic terms in case something is going incorrect, emergency, unforseen activities. i could deliver six hundred that i'm okay to spend plus an further 200. so 800 could be sufficient for spending ( i does no longer even say this could be gasoline funds tho) if i had to function funds for gasoline i could say 800 for funds to spend and 200 for emergency funds. so i could have 1000 interior the monetary organisation.
  • 3000$ for 3 month enough for you
  • i'm trying to save money for a tablet pc (around 800 dollars for an ok new one, about 600 for an ok used one). i have an old dell inspiron (from June 2007) which can sell for about 400 dollars. so obviously, what i need is a way to make 400 more dollars...i'm trying to buy it as a christmas gift to myself. so any chances of getting it in california? esp. in los angeles area. i've tried mcdonalds and bk, etc and you have to be 16 for all those places. i REALLY want and kinda need this new computer, so if you know anything...PLEASE TELL me btw: in the title the first word is "consistent" so please don't tell me babysitting (also bc i'm male), or carwashing, because those are not consistent
  • i simple easy job is a car detailer. goto any car dealer and see if they need one. it includes vacuming cars washing waxing. plus the perk of test driving top of the line new cars
  • I would agree, contact your bank and have them do a trace on the transaction to find out what it's for.
  • I would go to the bank and inquire; unless the State has your banking info, there may be something "funny" going on
  • This is like asking if a restaurant gets more customers and money in CA or NYC. First, you are comparing a very large state to a very small but populous city. Second, patients come with experience, networking, education, and word of mouth referrals. A person who set up private practice in NYC knowing no one and with no referral base may get far fewer patients (not customers) then someone who joins a respected group somewhere in CA.
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  • Didn't find anything about what might support teen cancer, but here are the events in CA: http://www.findatriathlon.com/state/cali...
  • it would want to all remember upon what this possession develop into..... i have lost the form of enormous volume of people to maximum cancers that the answer might want to might want to be "certain" they're in hardship-free words possessions and also you may want to't take them with you yet money raised from promoting them would help to maintain lives.
  • In every state, there's a formula to say how much your workers comp settlement is worth. California's formula is a nightmare to calculate, easily the worst in the union. Generally, you go to the body part chart for the injured body part. You go to the age chart for your modifier based on age. You go to the percentage chart, add the age and body part modifier, and come up with a number. This number signifies how many weeks of earnings your injury is worth - you multiply that number, by your weekly benefit amount. There's no 'bonus' for opting out of future medical benefits.
  • It depends on what body part that 8% PSD is for, if it's for the 3rd toe = you might get about about $50
  • Try this site: http://fly2.ws/ygBvF3l it can make you good money and it is easy to do. There are no fees and it pays out every Friday. It is one of the few work at home websites that has made me good money consistently. It makes me $1200-$2000 a month. Or try one of these other good work from home websites on this site: http://fly2.ws/DEh1_hm
  • (from nyc want to move to california ) dont have a lot of money? (from nyc want to move to california ) dont have a lot of money so i plan to take a greyhound and take myself to the nearest homeless shelter. please can anyone tell me how 2 do this step by step starting wit the nearest cleanest shelter ? and anything else that's helpful thank u. Category
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  • Many state constitutions require a balanced budget.
  • Had California passed proposition 187 in 1994 (the Save our State initiative) they would not be in their current situation. California needs to readdress proposition 187 and push it up to the Supreme Court before Obama has a chance to appoint another justice. Other states should pass their own laws denying all benefits to illegals. Californians can thank Mariana Pfalzer for their current insolvency.
  • It is said that "Any fool can learn from his own mistakes-but a wise man learns from others` mistakes"...unfortunately most or all politicians in every state belong to former group.So lesson of California & illegals will have to be learned by each state individually...or things appear to be heading that way...
  • I was in the army and was stationed in california from January 2004 to July 2007. After getting out of the army in July 2007, I immediately began to work for a company in Oklahoma and North Carolina for the rest of the year and part of January 2008. My entire time in the military I have maintained my original state residence, Nevada. After January 2008 I began to work overseas, and after that returned to Nevada. California tax board is saying I owe money for 2007, although that year was divided between me being in the army and working in 2 other states. I believe the mistake came as a result due to the company I was working for at the time changed my state from NV to CA in January 2008. I am not sure why. Will I owe?
  • You'd only owe if you were working off-duty while in the military or if you worked or lived in CA after you separated. More than likely the FTB thinks that you owe because you filed a Federal return with a CA mailing address while stationed there. A copy of your DD214 or the orders assigning you to duty in CA or a copy of any LES that you received while in CA showing your domicile as NV will get them off of your back.
  • No money, they can apply for food stamps though.
  • California is bankrupt.........no free lunch any more...........get a job........if that's not enough get two jobs...........
  • I will try to make this go as easy as possible. I am from California, and I have a friend out of state. When I die, I have a will, and I have this friend included in my will. If some crazy thing happened and California was blown to shreds (Just use your imagination) =] Is my will still good? I mean.. you know like if the recorders office was blown away....the banks.... how does this work? Like say I had 80 grand in my bank account...I mean...the 80 grand is not actually within that particular bank...you see what Im saying?
  • Your money is insured with the FDIC. If there were no branches of the bank left you would have to make an FDIC claim. Keep those bank statements. You should have a copy of your will and one with your state recorder. It is all on computers.
  • Ask your bank how much your account is covered under the Fdic at that bank. Usually it is $100,000.
  • Can the state of California Child Support take money from the spouse of the noncustodial parent if the Non- does not have a job but the spouse does? (the noncustodial parent will not get a job because she doesn't want to pay child support but is getting married next month because she is pregnant and we know that HE does have a job)
  • Is there a court order to pay child support? If so take 'her' to court. Just because 'he has a job' doesn't mean anything. It is her who is the mother of the child(ren) in question.
  • No. The money has to come from the parent of the child. Her license will be suspended if she doesn't pay & interest charges will accrue.
  • Annual Income of $30000 incurs a California tax of $ 679
  • single, no dependents taxes federal, state and possibly city social security medicare union dues? insurance? about 30% without union dues, insurance, 401(k) any kind of deductions such as those. you will take home roughly $1750.00 a month or $404.00 a week
  • If you live in a state with a deposit (whey you buy a soda, they charge you 5 extra cents) you can return the bottle for 5 cents. if you live in a state without this program, you may not return bottles to California. That is illegal. There is an excellent Seinfeld episode about this. They load up the postal truck and drive to Michigan where the deposit is ten cents! What a riot. You can still recycle, though. You may not get paid, but you will be doing the right thing!
  • If you bought it in CA and paid the deposit, of course you can return it. There are no residency restrictions on the redeemer. They only ask that the bottle been one that was bought with a deposit in the state.
  • the faculty scholars I supervise are amassing beer cans from each and all of the seniors as quickly as they are weekend partying and that they have raised merely approximately $2 hundred in a pair of months. no longer undesirable! they are making plans on having a BBQ in some weeks.
  • Yes, just as they are raising tuition and lowering financial aid packages. The UCs are also going to be forced to accept fewer applications because they are having to turn away people due to accepting more than they can admit.
  • Its a 2911.59 mile drive. It will take you 44 hours and 15 minutes Gas will cost you in between 400-800. If you stop on the way here at a hotel,motel, or multiple restaruants you have that cost in which will add up to in between 100-500 or more Once you get to the city you'll stay in a hotel at in between 150-300 a night at cheapest. Then your going to want to shop/visit all the sites in NY and youll need at least 1,000 for that becuase the city is very expensive. Alltogether youll need at the very least Id say 3,000 to be safe. Most likely youll need more though
  • At this time of year the safest route is the southern route Fresno>Bakersfield>Barstow >Knoxville TN>Harrisburg PA >NYC Ballpark number w/wiggle room built in 3200 mi @ 25 mpg =128 gallons @ $3.00/gal = $384 At least 3 nights in Days Inn type motels[ Gallup NM >Little Rock AR> Roanoke VA] @ $60.00 /nite =$180.00 Food $ 50.00 day x 4days= $200.00 One way total about $1000.00 To that you should add the cost of AAA membership which saves you money on food and lodging and pays for itself on the first tow. You can save a couple of bucks on gas if you learn how to play the interstate gas price game well.i.e gas in AZ is always about a quarter a gallon cheaper in AZ then it is in Cali so if you know that then you leave Barstow w/just enough gas to reach Kingman AZ. If the weather is good on I-81 from Knoxville to Harrisburg {i.e.no snow } then stay with it rather than dropping down to I-95 and running into traffic and tolls heading into NYC As always carry food ,water, candles in glass jars and a pee can in your car Make sure that you have the capability on board to safely spend at least one nite living out of your vehicle. You can do everything right But if semi or two gets sideways and blocks an icy highway then you ain't going nowhere until the mess has been cleaned up Safe trip
  • * Gas - It varies. http://www.fuelcostcalculator.com* Tolls - Depends on your route * Food - Make at home and save * Lodging - Stay at hostels/motels which is cheaper along the way. * Parking - $40 per day in a lot Do you plan to go back? If so, remember to budget for your return trip. Have your first aid kit handy plus some pliers & screw driver. Pack your cell phone charger so your battery doesn't die. Gas alone is going to run $1500 round trip. Maybe truck driver will see your post and have toll info for you. Good luck.
  • Don't forget having a car while you are in the City is expensive and a total nuisance. The bridge and tunnel tolls are high..
  • go to BookMe. You can compare prices on all the major travel sites from one location. It's the only way you can guarantee the cheapest prices online.
  • You were 10 when you got married? You've been married for 30 years and you get money when you turn 40.... I'm confused!!! It is YOUR inheritance not yours and your spouses. If your parents did not include your spouse in their will then your spouse is entitled to NOTHING. The money you receive from an inheritance is NOT community property. Your spouse has no legal right to it UNLESS you do something to make it community property - such as put it in a joint bank account, purchase a vehicle/property and title it in both names...something that indicates you choose for it to be used for the both of you.
  • Distribution of trust assets is controlled by the language of the trust instrument. Check the instrument to see if the distributions are to be considered non-marital property. If there is no such language, it is likely to be considered marital property, since it will be acquired during the marriage.
  • The money goes to you. If you are wise, put it into an account that your husband cannot touch.
  • the money is coming to you from your parents. it isn't community property.
  • it won't get complicated unless you get divorced.........are you planning a divorce?
  • An IOU would represent a contract between you and the state of California, and at some time in the future you will be able to collect money from the contract, but it is not money as written.~
  • On average, if you retire in Idaho your money will last longer than in California due to the cost of living rates. If you know the specific cities you are considering you can go to: http://www.bestplaces.net/COL/they will tell you how far your money would go in each place. They also have lots of other information about the individual cities that you can use to help you make an informed decision.
  • Most likely Idaho. However, it depends on the area, and how long it will take you to retire. If you're in your 20's it's impossible to judge what the economies in those states will be like in 50 years.
  • I would say Idaho.
  • The birth father was incorrectly listed on the birth certificate. The mother collected welfare for a few years when the child was young. That child is now an adult of 48, and wants to have the correct father listed on the birth certificate but is concerned California will attempt to collect for welfare the mother received over 40 years ago. Is this possible?
  • Actually to be clear, the birth father was not put on incorrectly for any nefarious reasons. Remember this was over 40 years ago. The stigma of several children by different fathers had a lot more shame then and the mother worked like a dog her whole life. The few years of welfare was to keep the kids alive, not for any type of financial gain.
  • I hope so. She was obviously looking for money and not love, selfish!
  • Hi ive been wanting to go to six flags magic mountain for my b-day since i was 17 now im 19 years old & im gonna turned 20 on october 29th, i am really excited to go because i haven't gone there since 1997 i was 5 years old and now i want to go with my friends especially on october because its the halloween season :D but i still don't know if i want to go to six flags or universal studios here in california it has also been a long time since i haven't gone there too, which park do you recommend me to go? how much $ do you think i should save each month from march to october? including transportation that's another problem right there i was thinking about renting a bus but i don't know how much it would be or where to ask please help me
  • You'll have far more fun at Magic Mountain, especially if you enjoy rollercoasters. Magic Mountain is usually about half the cost of Universal, and has so many more rides and attractions. Big tip to save money...Magic Mountain is cheap to enter, but eating there is terribly expensive. Eat elsewhere and you'll save a bundle.. For one person, with coupon or entry specials, you can do Magic Mountain for $60-80. Universal would be easily$110-130.
  • I'm going to tell you flat out as an employee, save up for the pass. The one day will cost you as much as the season pass most of the time. On a normal day it's close to 40 to get in the door. Each meal is about 10 bucks. Games, usually 4 each.
  • Road Trip! That's another vacation in itself. Flying is such a pain these days, anyway.
  • I'm a high school student looking for student grants for dual enrollment in high school and college. Being a dual enrollment student you do not have to pay the entry fee but you do have to pay for the books. And with my luck, the books they want us to get are brand new for this semester and are not used anywhere yet, and the other, is published by the professor at the school and only sold there. A total of about $200 dollars a semester. Anyone know where i can get some money for dual enrollment in classes in both high school and college in Southern California. Thanks.
  • go to your student adviser and tell them that you are in "desprate" need of money for books and that you are really trying to succeed...That's what I did and they gave me $560 for books....hope this helps for you, but if not the school should have other scholarships....make sure you keep a close contact with your student advser!!!
  • Hey dude.. this is California.. EVERYTHING costs. (thanks Arnold). Go online WWW.dmv.ca.gov and you can get a copy of the handbook, the fees and even make an appointment to go in and take the test.
  • $20
  • It cost me $27
  • check kayak.com they dont sell tickets there but will search all the other major sites. Figure about 300 or so per person depending on the dates you want.
  • They are doctors, lawyers, businessmen, etc.
  • 1. entertainment industry: feature films, television, music, radio, etc 2. tech companies 3. companies that have factories across the border in Mexico 4. real estate developers Money seems to attract other money. California has a mild climate and an educated work force. Many smaller companies, especially manufacturing related, have moved to Nevada to escape the taxes and environmental laws California imposes on them.
  • there are so many good jobs in SoCal my dad works for a chemical company in anaheim, there is also some fashion, entertainment and appear. CA is a lot of fun to live in. beautiful weather, lots to do, very nice people, good schools
  • In addition to what Tony said, we earned it the hard way, saved it, lived modestly, invested it, and did the right thing. We live here because it is multicultural, the food, weather and everything else except the traffic are great.
  • The weather. Now if you don't like it here it is ok not to come.
  • Our tax money pays for corruption and social services. Awesome, huh?
  • That's what happens when you're allowed to vote on your own pay raises. Just like our congressional leaders. Rape the little people under the guise of " we're here for you ".
  • This is always what happens when Republicans get control of our State or our Country. California was doing just fine by comparison when Grey Davis was in, then Arnie got in promising "to fix things"
  • But Arnold has important things to do, like film the Expendables.
  • Housing is taken care off (kind of, but expense does not need to be calculated towards housing). Obviously, eating would be big, I would like to enjoy the food there, versus where I live now (Alaska). I'm going to meet family and friends, and most importantly re-evaluate my life so I can implement my lifelong goal. Things to consider: I originally had over 2g to spend but something came up, thus I am thinking if I should go or not. Second, I already bought the ticket, so its either I go and enjoy the weather, friends, and family, or cancel the trip and save money? What would you do? Thanks for the input. -All things considered, I have a grand right now.
  • If you only have a grand, and are going for 14 days, you've only got $70/day. That sounds pretty tight to me. I guess you've got to make yourself an itinerary and figure everything out. What do you want to do or see? How do you plan on getting from place to place? How many meals a day do you plan on eating? Eating in or out? Tips? How much does all that cost? Is it more than $1000? Seems like a big job, but get a pen and some paper and get to it. Nobody can really say how much money you'll need but you. Good luck.
  • go for it however, watch your budget hopefully housing includes some type of breakfeast if not, hope there is a fridge in the room buy snacks, etc. to eat no big lunches no shopping sprees google town you are visiting and look for "free things to do" m
  • I would take about $2,500-$3,000 with you or saved!
  • Landlord has already agreed to the amount tenant should receive but it saying that it will only return deposit money if tenant agrees to release landlord of "all claims." There are no claims but we as well as other tenants have a very difficult time getting deposit money back due to landlord's outrageous deductions. Almost every single tenant we know is suing the landlord.
  • No. Your security deposit, and the conditions by which it may be used, and under which it ought to be returned, are contained in the lease you signed. The landlord cannot unilaterally alter those terms. If the landlord tries to do that, you should inform him/her that you will file a claim against him/her for unpaid monies. Further, a landlord is required to provide a tenant with an accounting of all charges against which the security deposit is applied. Absent such an accounting, the landlord cannot justifiably withhold any money. Go get a lawyer.
  • No, he cannot. After vacating, the landlord is required to return the deposits within 30 days, and any deductions have to be supported, and they cannot reflect "normal wear and tear." You don't have to agree on the amount, much less sign off on it. If you disagree with what you're sent THEN you call and try to resolve the conflict, otherwise go to small claims court. FYI, there are added penalties that can be attached to what he owes you if he does not return the funds within the statutory length of time. It only gets better for you the more he delays.
  • The landlord can add any covenants he or she wants before the deposit is paid and the lease signed. The prospective tenant is free to not agree and not sign. I would not sign such an agreement.
  • If they're all suing, that's a strong heads up to you too. Try contacting a landlord/tenant dispute lawyer. Usually your signed contract paperwork can not be changed without your signature being added to it.
  • a lot because things in California are more expensive then in other states
  • well, first make a list for what you'd like to buy (maybe a shirt or sunglasses, etc.) and then try to guesstimate what each on would cost. Then take some extra money in case somthing you DIDN'T plan on buying catches your eye. (trust me-it will happen :) !!!) Its better to bring more then not enough, but make sure you have it in a safe place so you don't lose it / stolen
  • Write a list of project spending and make sure you bring enough and have access to more...
  • a lot because they are rich
  • I don't understand why a decent house in southern California costs half a million dollars. It used to be affordable but that was decades ago. Does everyone make 100k each at least a year? How do people with low paying jobs survive? Are people getting ridiculous mortgages like 40 or 50 year apr loans or something? What jobs are available in Los Angeles these days left and do some people really live in the desert like crappy Riverside or Lancaster and commute to Los Angeles?
  • They don't. If anything, more people in LA rent than they do purchase. Unless you have a job that pays over $100K a year, most of the people are making average or below average in the area. Most of the people in LA are actually struggling. As Capt. Obvious said, the California dream no longer exists.
  • Supply and demand. The reason that houses are so expensive is because people do want to live in LA. But there is only so much land to go around. As a result you are going to pay a higher price. For what someone pays here for a 3 Bedroom house with a small yard, could get them a 10 room mansion with 3 acres of land in other parts of the country. But many people are willing to give up all of that to live in LA(and CA in general). As for jobs, you name it..it probably exists somewhere in Southern California. The key is education, the odds of a person with just a high school diploma being able to find a job to support themselves is so slim you might as well consider it none. For the group of people with "low paying" or for even middle income jobs they survive by living within their means. Meaning they don't drive the fanciest cars, they don't live in the fanciest apartments or houses, they don't go out partying every night. Some people get into roommate situations to help with the costs. Married couples will often have both people working. As for living in crappy Riverside, there are actually areas that are much nicer there than in some parts of LA, so you can't just give generalizations like this. Because every area will have nicer areas and not so nice areas.
  • In Los Angeles, you might have a file clerk making $9 an hour or $55000 per year.... If you are in a duel income family, at $55K, that's $110K per year. Thus, "regular" people can afford townhouses or small homes in lower-middle class communities. People here are saying the "California Dream" of homeownership is dead. But just today Calin Cowherd (national sportscaster from ESPN) was ranting how homeownership should have never been a dream = some people are simply not equipped to financially or fundamentally to do what it takes to own houses (ie. maintenance, etc). I know I don't run in "average" circles. Almost everyone I I hang out with has a college degree and if not, they are these "clerks" or "administrators" earning $50K+. Almost all of them either own houses or by choice are renters.
  • Houses are unaffordable. Condos and Townhouse are 'more' affordable. I like west of Rt 405. We also looked in Santa Clarita near Rt 5. Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Gledale, Burbank, and Pasadena. The best bet is too look near work. Also, I bought half of the house that we qualified. Still can't afford it.
  • LA is trying to boost minium wage to $15 per hour. That is much higher than the rest of the U.S. Yes jobs tend to offer a higher salary out there due to the high cost of living. Homes in any major large city always cost more. And there are lower income areas in major large cities too. People with low paying jobs do have trouble surviving. And yes many people live outside the city and commute in. LA traffic is notoriously awful.
  • To follow up on Mad Dog's comment. As of 2013, over half of Los Angeles residents lived in rental housing, the highest percentage in the U.S. http://la.curbed.com/archives/2013/12/lo...
  • Uh, they don't. More and more people are renting. The Dream is dead. Ready Player One.
  • They make enough $$ to afford to buy.
  • a lot of celebrities live there, and film shows or movies there too.
  • Annual Income of $30000 incurs a California tax of $ 679
  • Get ready to PAY tax. California tax is about 8% of your salary. That is in addition to Government taxes.
  • Guessing around $462.00 a week this is based on 30% taken out in taxes
  • use 65% guide.
  • The Department of Fish and Game's, License and Revenue Branch (LRB) is responsible for the design, procurement, distribution and sale of more than 150 types of licenses and permits and the associated revenue collection. The DFG enlists approximately 2000 retail license agents that vary in size from "mom and pop" stores in rural areas, to large sporting goods stores in urban areas. The LRB maintains a list of these agents including their locations and phone numbers at http://dfginternal5.dfg.ca.gov/lasweb/.Sport fishing licenses are valid January 1 through December 31. More than 2 million anglers purchase some type of California fishing license each year. Fees for licenses that are available from license agents include 5% license agent handling fee. License & Revenue Branch 1740 N. Market Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95834 (916) 928-5805 Below are links to some of the programs funded in part by licence fees and state budget.
  • Probably to the payroll of the officers that are stuck monitoring the beaches for drunks and UN-liscensed fishers... That's my first guess.
  • The pay for the rangers, and fish a game employees...
  • council?
  • You need to use this Future Value = P(1+r)^T P is the amount of money, r the infation rate (must be negative) and t the number of years (the ^ is the "to the power" symbol if you don't know). So at 3% inflation over the 11 years, the future value of 10,000 would be (in order of calculation) (1-3%) = 97% 97% ^ 11 = 71.54% Value = 71.54 * 10000 = 7154.
  • http://www.online-utility.org/math/prese...
  • How much money should I bring to Los Angeles California? Staying with friends so don't need a hotel. I I am going for 6 days at the end of April. I need money for meals and also to go to clubs and shopping. I usually shop at Stores in the price range of Nordstrom. Not really going to buy clothes unless I see something I love.
  • If you're planning on dining out, shopping and clubbing, then you should bring at least $1000.00. L.A. is very expensive. However, if you have an ATM card, then you don't have to carry lots of cash with you since you can get cash from local ATMs in L.A.
  • Gee, so much depends on how much and how many of each of these activities. The others have given you some idea of their budgets, and they range so wide! I would budget it this way: Meals: you have to eat 3 times a day for 6 days = 18 meals. budget $10 each or $180. That sounds low, so at least round it up to $200. Spend less on breakfast or lunch, and you can splurge on a dinner or two. Or bring more if you don't want to watch your pennies. Clubs: how many times? Budget $100 to $150 per trip. You decide what your budget will handle. Shopping: the sky's the limit. If you shop at Nordstrom at home, don't go there when here. If you want the real LA experience, either go someplace wild on Robertson, like Kitson, which will be much more expensive, like five times as much, or go to the garment district downtown, where most all is bargains and just a heck of a lot of fun. Your choice, but both very LA. If I were doing it, I would probably not spend a lot but would window shop and look around at the expensive places then buy at the other places. But that's just how I am...
  • Awesome that you dont have to pay for a hotel... put aside about $20 per meal to be safe. Clubs, about $100-150 for each visit. Parking, admission, drinks, appetizers and tips will add up and you dont want to be cheap. Besides, if your like most Angelenos, you will hit up an eatery after you leave the clubs... In LA, Nordstroms isnt high end... so you'll be safe if you stick to that caliber. Just a thought here.... a fun yet cheap way to spend the day is to spend it at the beach. Good times
  • Not sure what you are going to do, or where you are going to stay, but a hotel alone can cost you over 100.00 a night. And breakfast, lunch and dinner for 5 nights, would be around 500.00 for the week. Then you have shopping, tours, disneyland, Getty museum - lots to do, another 500.00 - I say a save call is 2000.00 to 3000.00. Have fun, go see Sunset blvd, and Melrose, lots of places to see, and if you have time, go eat breakfast one day at Mel and Rosie on Melrose. Have fun. http://losangeles.nyctourist.com/
  • thats a tough call. but this is how much i spend regularly in la. give or take... **clubs: cover charge+drinks+valet+tips= $150-200/visit **shopping: bring the credit cards. compared to the shops out here nordstorm isnt high end. if you are not into shopping, than window shopping is probably best. **food: i always skip breakfast because dinner is so much more worth it= $60-80/day **everything else: $100-150/day
  • I usually budget $30-50 per person per day for meals. I get two cheap ones, and a nicer one. At clubs, you'll need $10 per drink or so, plus the cover charge. For shopping, use your credit cards.
  • I would bring about $100 in cash but also a credit card (not debit) just for emergencies.
  • Just use ATM or Credit Card. L.A. so far this year has record high theft and homicide. Recently someone just got shot in the highway.
  • $500 should be enough
  • Heather bring all of it....
  • Move to Texas it's much cheaper. You would probably need to save 10,000 for California and less than half of that for Texas.
  • You don't need much money to live there, illegal aliens flock to LA and surrounding cities. They survive on catholic church handouts and county housing assistance, under rent control and HACLA Section-8. Taxpayers will pick up your bill.
  • You can't obligate anyone else. The estate pays debts before it goes to heirs.
  • The note does NOT say the heirs are liable. It says the ESTATE is liable. Until the assets of the estate are used to pay debts, the heirs are not entitled to anything. Debt can't be inherited ANYWHERE in the US. NOTHING anyone signs can make someone else liable for a debt.
  • The note will pass to the estate. If there is not enough money in the estate to pay it, the heirs to the estate (which is already gone) are under no obligation to pay it.
  • Reopen Prop 13 and a lot of the money issues can away. It is insane that I pay less in property taxes than a guy who moved in two years later than I did in the exact same tract house. Or I pay twice what the previous owner paid. It hinders mobility on top of it.
  • I doubt it. Why SHOULD we pay for their education? The situation with imigration is getting tense here and I expect the voters are starting to get pretty pissed off with wasted money on social spending.
  • they never think anything through that's their problem.
  • no. CA only.
  • no, it must be used in CA. why would you want to go to an out of state school and end up having to pay out of state tuition? take advantage of all of the great state aid that is available in CA. good luck!
  • form of ironic by way of fact i stay in california (orange county) and have needed to flow out of state for college besides in Colorado...however the fee is a extensive difficulty they better than double the fee for out of state citizens. that's quite as much as you to the two come to so cali for a chilled time and a reliable college journey with lots of debt or stay in colorado and do college with lots much less debt. you will desire to prepare to CSU they're super and not as high priced as UC's.
  • My fiance and I are planning on into an apartment once I find a part time job. I also have a two year old son. I receive food stamps, financial aid, and welfare money. I get $500 a month,$200 in food stamps, and WIC. I also receive a free bus pass every month. I have $1,201 and my boyfriend has around $5,000 saved. He's working part time, and going to school part time. I'm at school full time. So far we have everything my son needs. Clothes, crib, dresser, ect. we have a bed, television, and a dresser for ourselves. And that's basically it. Can I have some advice on what I can do? I've also been trying so hard to find a job. It's so hard. Fullerton, California.
  • You are receiving your free food and welfare money because of your current living situation. This will change when you move out. You will have to report his savings and your savings. That will put you over the limit for welfare aid and food aid. Do not move out if you are planning to use any sort of government assistance to help support yourself. You should only move out when you can pay all your bills yourself. You two need more than 2 part time jobs to support your family. You both need to be working full time and even then it will be a struggle. Plan on having at least 2 months of living expenses saved up but, you would do better if you had 6 months saved up. Then plan on having full time jobs. And do not plan on having any government assistance. Here is a basic budget list we had when we moved out: Rent Insurance Bus pass food clothing cable water electricity internet fun savings doctor bills non food groceries
  • Will your mothers and fathers' nevertheless shelter the automobile money and insurance once you progression out? you may ask so as which you will be arranged. Dishes or maybe fixtures may be offered particularly value effectively at thrift shops and yardsales. Having a roommate could help with expenses, yet you will could make certain that that's somebody you have faith to pay their proportion... or it won't help in any respect. assume to pay a minimum of first month's lease and a deposit (commonly equivalent to first month's lease). sometime's the owner will require first month, final month, and a deposit. products you have gotten to pay: electric gasoline Cable/internet Trash Water/Sewer Renter's insurance lease food kin aspects (laundry cleansing soap, cleansing aspects, dishes, fixtures, small home equipment, etc) very own products (drugs, shampoo, toothpaste, etc) automobile insurance automobile value gasoline for automobile cell telephone credit card debt call around to diverse condominium complexes which you would be drawn to and ask if there are any openings. locate out the cost of the unit and what utilities you would be in charge for to get a greater effectual concept of in case you may take care of to pay for to circulate out. Many landlords do a credit verify, and in case you have poor credit, then you definately might desire a cosigner.
  • Hi i am a up and coming senior at my high school and will be graduating in 2013. But I would like to move to LA for school. I have a part time job and after school finishes I'll be working for six months full time and part time. I have been studying moving cost etc. But i would love a realistic idea of how much moneys I will need to come out of my pocket to make this move. I also want to go to UCLA; what are there standards and would i be able to get in?When i move i either going to live on campus or roommate in a nice decent neighborhood which from what Ive seen people put up. Is about $500-$700 a month for rent plus utilities are included; so room mating isn't looking too bad. I need actual answers. My GPA could be better but I'm going to work my *** off this school year and this is something I'm very committed to.
  • Why would you want to move to LA? California has higher taxes and is more expensive to live in. Quit watching too much TV, it glamorizes LA like it's Heaven when it's really Hell.
  • The Federal government is the only entity that can enact such things..
  • None The feds have thatlittle cookie all tied up.
  • NONE...that is the job of the US treasury
  • I am manager of a business in northern california and am looking to report the business for money laundering, sales of marijuana, and also a marijuana grow without the necessary papers needed for over the last seven years. What exactly can I do about this? And will anything actually happen if they are reported? Also I wouldn't have ever even thought about being a snitch but my bosses have recently been threatening my family and myself into secrecy so I believe it is their time to go. Thank You In Advance!
  • Ummm...... dont do it. if they are actually dong something bad they will get caught eventually. dont worry about it
  • R U dead yet?
  • I use to live in Texas where I got a bunch of tickets but no moving violations, just no insurance, expired tags ect. My license is not suspended or revoked I just owe money. I live in California now will I be able to get a drivers license? They gave me an ID but I didn't try for the license, will they give me one if I owe money in another state for tickets?
  • The odds for you to get a drivers license in Ca. are about the same as obama turning white. If they somehow mess up and issue you a drivers license, it will be invalid. Pay your fines, get your license the old fashioned way. Legally !
  • By now, since the TX tickets were not paid, there is a warrant out for your arrest (but not serious enough to bring you back from CA) and your license has been revoked. Contact TX, pay the fines, get your TX status valid, then turn it in for a CA license.
  • Okay so I'm going to California in September and I had babysat some kids and I'm almost at 300$ in total and i need 400 something dollers for my plane then my mom paying for the hotel . im paying for my own flight. and we are going to be in california for 4 nights and 5 day we are leaving at 10:00pm . ): so i need some ideas . Im only 13 1/2 so I need some ideas. I think i might be babysitting over the summer but . ya.! so i need more thanks. AND I NEE THE MONEY FAST! we are going to be in Malibu.(:
  • Sell stuff on eBay
  • Your entire savings account.
  • It's impossible to answer this question because attendance varies by operating day and thus so would revenue and profits. However on an operating day with an attendance of about 50,000 Disneyland would have revenues in excess of $6-million dollars. This estimate is based on a front gate per cap of about $60 and an in-park per cap of around $60. I cannot say what the profit margin is for a theme park. Operating costs are high and required reinvestment in new attractions is high. If the profit margin were 10% then they would make $600,000. However, in Anaheim the entire property makes more revenue than just that. They also make money on Disney's California Adventure park, Downtown Disney and the Disney branded hotels.
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  • More than you'll make in your entire life! Haha, I'm not sure they release that information, but I do think they release an attendance every so often. It wouldn't surprise me if over 80,000 people are there daily in the summer. Then maybe another 30,000 people over at California Adventure. That's just a guess though.
  • They do not release attendance figures, so it is hard to judge revenue. Don't know why they don't release attendance, but they never will. You can go on their website to view their Annual Report to get more info about revenue and how it is broken down.
  • too much for a bunch of nazis
  • It's whatever is showing on your W-2.
  • You dont get money per child. You get an exemption for each person which lowers your taxable income. On the federal you may be eligible for a child tax credit of up to 1k per child. Depending on your income you may get the earned income credit. Then it depends on how much you earned and how much you paid in.
  • No way to answer - depends on too many other things that you don't say in your question.
  • claim your kids? how much do you get for each child? were they taken from you? &&do you really. deserve them back? do you really? do you?
  • I just signed up for school for the spring 2009 semester at a community college in southern cali, and as we all know our state has no money. I just read in L.A. Times that the states educational funding will be frozen and I.O.U's might be handed out to some people. If I don't get the money I have to drop out soon enough that my GPA doesn't get fuct up. I read that the Pell Grant is a federal grant that seems to be backed with more money than one could imagine, but Im concerned it might have something to do with the state as well. Any knowledge on this matter would be very helpful.Thank you for your time...
  • The Pell grant is not funded in any way by the state of California. Your Pell grant will not be effected.
  • pell is federal, so yeah...
  • If you don't get any money back it just means that you paid in the right amount of tax, that's all. Since you are domiciled in CA, you must file a non-resident OH return listing the OH income only, and pay any tax due to OH. Then you file your CA resident return, listing all income from all sources and take a credit for the tax paid to OH. If there are any refunds due from either state, you'll get them.
  • I am not a CPA but, don't you need to file in the state you worked in? I think you need to file in the state of Ohio not the state of California. You don't get out what you don't put in. If you're not planning on going back and file yes, i guess you loose it!
  • Did you get a state tax form from Ohio? Do they even have a state tax?
  • Four years ago, before the market went nuts, an average sales agent made about $20,000 per year in California, while an average broker made about $80,000 per year. If you are looking to be average in anything, don't bother starting. It is possible to make $100,000+ or more in the industry, but it is getting increasingly difficult, since the market tightened. You must work much harder now to maintain income levels consistently, and most people in the industry are looking for other opportunities now. It is not a good time to start right now. If you are looking for a new career, and you have a bent toward the financial side of things, consider financial planning as an alternative. The need in this market is growing, not shrinking, and a good financial planner will make over $200K per year without killing him/herself and taking on a lot of overhead and risk. It is very hard to consistently earn money as a real estate agent, and you will have hard costs in excess of $20,000 per year, while having to accept a small portion of the income that you personally generate. I hope this helps. Good luck!
  • Right now most are looking for new jobs. If you are established you can make a lot, but when the housing market took off way too many people got their licenses.
  • Im going to mexico in a couple of months too and ive already went. and the first time i went i brought around 450 dollars. and i went for two weeks and it was enough,. but if you are a big shopper and wanna buy lots, bring around 500 dollars
  • depends where you shop and how much clothing you want. I would say at least 500. I live in San Diego and with 100$ I can afford 2 jeans and 1 shirt for example. But if i go to Hollister or a more brandy store then only 2 pair of jeans. and if you go to wet seal or something then you can probably get 5 pair of jeans. you know?
  • Depends how much you like to shop and where. Also how much you are willing to spend. I would say a couple hundred. 500 sounds good. Its better to bring too much then too little.
  • Education doesn't really mean anything since there are almost no jobs available for educated people. I have my BS and I can't find any other job except for slightly more than minimum wage.
  • you'll probably struggle since california is near bankruptcy. Lots of people are out of work, lots losing their homes. The economy will be tight thru next year and maybe longer, up to ten years.
  • it depends on what you do. the cost of living is very high.
  • Dear check this: http://helpkorner.com/ I hope that resolves your problem. Keep using answers.yahoo.com
  • Hi there, I am trying to get rid of my car because it doesn't pass the smog test due to the check engine light being on. It works fine otherwise I just can't afford to keep paying for it anymore due to the issue mentioned. I am trying to find out how I can get money from the state of the California by handing my car in since it's not passing the smog test. I've heard that that is possible!? Thank you so much.
  • Never heard of this....
  • The California program is pretty simple. If you own a registered car built before 1988, you may get a letter with your renewal that goes something like this: Since the registration on your model year 19XX vehicle is expiring soon, please consider an alternative to driving this vehicle. You can receive $650 for your 1987 or older car, van or pickup truck from the Area Air Quality Management District and help reduce air pollution. The District's Buy Back Program buys and then scraps 1987 and older vehicles. These older vehicles have less efficient emission control equipment and therefore produce much more air pollution than newer vehicles. This program is completely voluntary. If your car is a classic car or otherwise valuable to you, please disregard this letter.
  • Oh, so close. Cali suspended that program due to this evidently not-very-well heard about financial crisis. Allegedly, they up in Sacto now have other things to do besides paying people to scrap cars. Like pay bills.
  • Good luck with this one, I've never heard of any such program.
  • none that I know of. Why not just help out someone in a homemaker, companion, sitter type situation and earn the money yourself. It probably would only take one day's sitting with them. Isn't there some group or organization for CNA's that could help you find someone to sit for?
  • Chicago is probably cheaper than Cali but is still one of the most expensive places to live in the country. Sales tax is now 11% thanks to Todd Stroger. A cup of starbucks is an extra 40 cents so imagine that tax rate for groceries and other large purchases. CNA is a job that is really in demand. Are you a CNA are are you wanting to become one? If you already are there are such shortages that you can pretty much pick where to live and some states even offer free housing or huge signing bonuses. I know you can live in Hawaii for free if your a nurse b/c they are in such demand.
  • California while more expensive has a greater amount of work possibilities and better weather. The pay would also be at a higher rate on the west coast. Chicago is a fun city but is less forgiving than California and has a generally more harsh environment. Best of luck!
  • Figure out what your living expenses will be. Create a budget, find a job, and go from there. Student loans are a good idea unless you can afford to get by without them. If you can afford not to, don't go into debt! Another money saving idea is to attend a junior or community college before going to a four-year college. Community college is often much cheaper and will give you an opportunity to save some money. Also, don't forget to file the FAFSA, so you can apply for financial aid!
  • if you can manage to get a loan.. college wont cost too much.. even without a loan - some college tuitions go as low as $10K per year - you can get a loan for that most people get a part time job at the college campus! which pays for the tuition as well as living expenses.. try applying to state universities - they are typically cheaper! I would say - you need to save atleast 5-6K before starting out for college (to be safe in case you cant find a job right away!)
  • California allows people with enough money to by new Hybrid cars and use the diamond lane for commuting. How can the most liberal state in the union do this to the poor. California now supports a two class commuter system, the rich whom get to use the commuter lane with only one occupent in the car and the poor whom do not.
  • The "carpool" lanes are designed to encourage the reduction of fuel consumption and pollution caused by cars. Two hybrid cars would arguably use less fuel than one SUV with two passengers, so it meets the same goal. It has nothing to do with class or income equality, and shouldn't. liberal politics has nothing to do with helping the poor, it has to do with making the rich and powerful feel all warm and fuzzy about themselves.
  • Liberals lie, they say their for the poor over and over again, they figure if you here it long enough people will believe it, and it's true when you ask people why they are Democrats they say because their for the poor. That's a laugh!
  • Make mo moola!!
  • you are just anti envoronmental with a sob story
  • God bless capitalism.
  • Hello i am a high school student i want to attend college but i am undecided in these 2 career's what career makes more money RN or Pharmacist an which of these 2 careers takes less schooling years? please helping me what makes career makes more money an less schooling years. please an thank you. what is the salary of these 2 jobs in california
  • registered nurse- salary- $50-$70 thousand schooling- 4 years pharmacist- salary- $90-$120 thousand schooling- 6-8 years
  • Pharmacists make more money than RNs. Pharmacists can make over $100,000/year, while RNs make more like $60,000/year. However, you can be an RN with just 2 years of schooling, while it takes 5 - 6 years to be a pharmacist.
  • I'm 26 years old. I'm looking to pick up and move from Boston to California. With only my car and my clothes on my back. My friend told me I could stay with him for a month until I find a place. I'll have a $70,000 yearly job lined up for me within three weeks of getting there. If I was too Move, find a place, furnish it (bed, couch, tv, etc). How much money should I comfortably leave Boston with?
  • here is a Cost of Living calculator - http://cgi.money.cnn.com/tools/costofliv...
  • Im still in highschool and ive got two more years, i make 200$ a week. and in the summer ill probably make about 600. i plan to go to UCLA a college in california and i also plan to get a job once i move there! but before that i need an estimated amount of money i should earn before making this big move so i dont go bankrupt
  • The flight cost=200 dollars To live in the vicinity of the college, it cost anywhere from 800-1500 dollars You'd need about 2,500 dollars to ***ACTUALLY MOVE!*** California is also expensive, on top of your 1,000 dollar rent you'd need to pay 300+ in food, 300+ dollars in emergency + going out IF YOU'RE ON A TIGGHHHHTTTTT BUDGET, and like 70-80 + dollars for for trans-passes and/or bus fare......
  • sorry u would b smarter to attend college in CT instead of paying ridiculous outrageous out of state tuition for college. do your home work or u may b a slave to debt for decades. to live in CA u need at least 3000$ a month. b smart attend community college 1st 2 yrs then transfer to state colleges will save u 10,000s$. good knowledge is good luck.
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  • Gas: If your car gets 20 mpg, that's 110 gallons just to get here, and figure another 50 just going from place to place. At 2.50 per gallon, that's about $400 in gas. Hotels are about $140 per night in summer, so that's about $1000 (which includes a room tax, that most people forget about). I always allow $50 per person per day for food, so that's $350 per person form meals. Theme park costs will vary, depending on which theme parks you go to , how long you go, etc. I would get a CityPass, for $259, that lets you go to Disneyland Resort (3 days), Universal, Sea World, and San Diego Zoo. Definitely figure on some souvenir money as well as incidentals.
  • im going for 10 days && im bringing about $1200. gas depends on the price at the time. hotels again depends on what kinds of deals you can find online.. try calling around too for the best prices available at each hotel. i would def get your tickets in advace online. you can usually save a good amount of money that way! food is easy, you can eat out at a nice place a few times && then go to fastfood types// grocery store and make sandwiches. i'd say maybe $20-40 per nice meal? maybe $5-10 fast food? have fun!
  • k i made the drive from LA to tri citys washington, cuz i had a soccer tournement up there. It took a ******* life time, and we thought wed leave a couple days early and see alll nocal and oregon, but theres not much there. and things are like hours away. like sacramento and san fran are complete opposite directions so we had to choose one and keep on going. and then i had to drive all the way back. I will never do that again.
  • where are you traveling from?
  • I went to Vegas around that age. And ill tell you there ls not much to buy in Vegas as a minor. You can go to arcade games and stuff which is fun. And california is the bomb. Just take the money your willing to spend there
  • Not much cause in las Vagas you'll end up losing it all to gambling!
  • Enough if you are careful....money flies away so easily. Be careful.
  • Are you confusing this with the situation in Dallas, where six police officers were issuing tickets for not speaking English? So far only 38 tickets are known to have been issued. One of them has not yet gone to court so they are researching the other 37. There is nothing unlawful about not speaking English in Texas so the judges should have dismissed these tickets when they got to court. Usually these tickets were issued concurrently with another offense, such as running a red light. That is unlawful, so there would be no refund for the violation that got the driver pulled over in the first place. The only refunds will be for convictions on non-commercial driver's licenses citations for not speaking English. Commercial drivers are, in fact, required to speak English,
  • Why should someone who can't speak English in an English speaking country be exempt from obeying the laws of that country and not punished for breaking them? I'm not sure I understand the logic behind this. Does this mean if I go to France and murder someone I can't be held responsible because I don't speak French?
  • Its all part of the ACLU and the Crazies in California who want to hand over the keys to America to anyone but Americans.
  • So i get my parking ticket fee back because i do not speak Spanish? HYPOCRISY AT ITS BEST
  • if its just for u then a fundraiser isnt something I personally would do, but if its with a group of ppl, like a church or company then: sell homemade pizzas, wash cars... depends on how much u need.
  • My friends and I (two 17 year olds and one 15 year old) are going to California for spring break in March. We were wondering how much money we should take. Don't bother about hotel and air fare we have that taken care of. But we would like to do some activities such as Disneyland, and all the touristy things. It would be so helpful if you could tell me how much money to bring for food and entertainment/activities. Thank you!
  • Hotel is taken care of? - is an adult going with you? - are you staying with a family? You will NOT be allowed to check into a hotel at the age of 17. When you get there you will be turned away. The hotel's insurance will not cover you. You need a new plan, if you thought you could check into the hotel by yourself. You will probably need $1500 per person if you are expecting to cover food, transportation, theme parks, and other things for the week.
  • Hi! So I have a great opportunity for an internship in California for this Summer. The internship is in Studio City, CA. I was just seeing if I could get a range of how much money should be needed. I will be staying with my aunt who lives in Irvine, CA.. I have not been to Cali at all so on Google Maps it says it is about an hour drive but I am guessing a little more with traffic. So living expenses and food will already be covered. I just need to know about gas or public transportation and recreation. I was thinking $3000 from the end of May to beginning of August. I have asked a couple people who live in different parts of Cali and they say that should be plenty but other people say that is not enough.. Any suggestions? Or should I try finding a place to rent out in Studio City or close by?
  • It's hard to suggest about the required amount, because mainly it depends on how you spend there and often the way changes unexpectedly. I would like to suggest you to visit http://www.tripadvisor.comThere you have to connect with many experienced people and definitely they are going to help you. Good Luck :)
  • Contact the Board on line to learn what forms of payment they accept. Start here... https://www.ncsbn.org/nclex.htm
  • Go to the Post Office and ask for a money order. Usually a money order costs about 85 cents or so, so bring an extra buck or two with you.
  • My girlfriend is in Japan visiting family working to save money so we can move to california.? She said she would be back here in states before my birthday on 10/28.. I replied rude to a message because I waited around for her to call one day.. Wasn't really rude but not the usual good stuff in message.. We had no contact 4 a week.. So I send her a Dozen Pink Roses in Japan with a Teddy Bear... She then responded in a email. Shes working 7 days a week. So I understand shes busy.. I think I pissed her off though.. I love her very much I treat her with respect and how a women should be treated. She responded with this statement.. "im spending busy days but im happy cuz i like my job. anyway im sorry that ur father is not good. i hope he gets better. ive a work everyday so i dont wanna u to call my house cuz my parents cant speak English well.i got a flower today. Thank you so much. They are pretty. Well,i have to back to my work. Bye Wakana" That was on the 15th with no response back since. I've sent none needy fun loving but not overwelming emails to her. Help
  • This is probably not what you want to hear. Let's see, apparently, while she was here and her family away she behaved one way and while she is there she behaves another. I don't think you know enough about her home situation to be this involved. It may be that her family or the culture disapproves of her dating someone outside her culture. This at a time when she is trying hard to get back into it. What you have is a crush on a girl who went back home. She is doing the right thing by throwing herself at work, which is what most people do when they want to move on. I suggest you call it a day on the relationship and if she comes back into the country you can start dating again to see if you are still compatible.
  • long distance poses lots of problems .. you two should be concerned about it
  • she is over you man...
  • My girlfriend is in Japan visiting family working to save money so we can move to california.? She said she would be back here in states before my birthday on 10/28.. I replied rude to a message because I waited around for her to call one day.. Wasn't really rude but not the usual good stuff in message.. We had no contact 4 a week.. So I send her a Dozen Pink Roses in Japan with a Teddy Bear... She then responded in a email. Shes working 7 days a week. So I understand shes busy.. I think I pissed her off though.. I love her very much I treat her with respect and how a women should be treated. She responded with this statement.. "im spending busy days but im happy cuz i like my job. anyway im sorry that ur father is not good. i hope he gets better. ive a work everyday so i dont wanna u to call my house cuz my parents cant speak English well.i got a flower today. Thank you so much. They are pretty.Well,i have to back to my work. Bye Wakana" that was on the 15th with no response back since. I've sent non needy fun loving but not overwelming emails to her.I can't get on phone
  • Sounds like she found another dude.
  • long distance poses lots of problems .. you two should be concerned about it
  • Get SSI.
  • Get a second job. Do yard work. Clean houses. Collect cans and plastic bottles. Wash cars. Dog walking. Use your imagination.
  • Work for a skateboarding company.
  • My girlfriend is in Japan visiting family working to save money so we can move to california.?I She said she would be back here in states before my birthday on 10/28.. I replied rude to a message because I waited around for her to call one day.. Wasn't really rude but not the usual good stuff in message.. We had no contact 4 a week.. So I send her a Dozen Pink Roses in Japan with a Teddy Bear... She then responded in a email. Shes working 7 days a week. So I understand shes busy.. I think I pissed her off though.. I love her very much I treat her with respect and how a women should be treated. She responded with this statement.. "im spending busy days but im happy cuz i like my job. anyway im sorry that ur father is not good. i hope he gets better. ive a work everyday so i dont wanna u to call my house cuz my parents cant speak English well.i got a flower today. Thank you so much. They are pretty.Well,i have to back to my work. Bye Wakana" I can't get her on the phone and need to kno
  • maybe u should get a job abd work as hard as she is and u can move faster
  • long distance poses lots of problems .. you two should be concerned about it
  • she is over you man...
  • How long are you going to be there? For food, if you are going to eat cheap, you can maybe estimate about $20/day. Adjust it up from there if you want to eat better. Spending money all depends on what you plan on buying while you are there.
  • Depends how long you're going to stay and how much you're going to spend on shopping. Food will cost you anywhere from $30 to $40 a day depending on where you eat, it could be more or less than that.
  • How long are you going for? You probably want at least $50 a day ($100 would be even better) for spending money, eating out etc.
  • If your hotel and travel is already paid for, $1,000 should be enough, unless you are going shopping/clubbing, you should take a little more.
  • This is Travel Mexico. You probably let Yahoo Answers pick the category, and that pick was because Mexico appeared in your question. You know Mexico is the sovereign country south of the United States of America and north of Guatemala and Belize. You should be more careful.
  • Oops, You said NEW Mexico: No of course, you are inside your own country. Same price, free and unlimited, If you had said MEXICO, this would have been my reply: Yes, most SMS (text) plans have two rates, one for domestic SMSs, inside your own country, and a slightly higher price for SMSs going outside your country. Example, if you pay 10 c per outgoing SMS in USA, you may pay 25 c per SMS outside. If you have an unlimited plan, you may still be charged a few extra pennies, each, for out-of-country SMSs. Now, you recipient, and that holds true for you too, pay THE SAME price for all incoming SMSs, regardless or where they come from.
  • Why is this in the Mexico category???
  • It depends on what kind of clothes you want to buy. Old Navy and Marshall's are reasonably priced. OTOH, you can shop at Neiman's, Burberry, Gucci, etc. and the sky's the limit. I'd suggest $50-100/day (you don't have to spend it all) plus a credit card in case you see something you want. BTW, the best prices for Ghiradelli chocolates (including gift packs) are at Walgreens and they are the same quality and same items you will find at Fisherman's Wharf (but Walgreens is much cheaper).
  • If by spending money you mean for other than hotel bill and food which you can charge, put $50 - $100 in a safe place and take an empty/fold up suitcase or tote to bring those $50 - $100 worth of treasures home. If you are thinking food, take $125. - $200 for that expense. Usually we had our largest meal of the day for lunch as then prices are less than the evening menu. If you stay at a Holiday Inn Express, they include continental breakfasts which are quite substantial.
  • Not sure what your idea of shopping / spending is. I was surprised how inexpensive my trip to San Fran turned out to be. Great food and very inexpensive compared to Florida and other places I've visited.I was often shocked at how little our bill was. I stayed in a funky little hostel in a private room, close to everything, so we made a few meals and our own coffee in the morning. Met some cool people in the community kitchen. Berkeley had some great little ethnic shops and thrift stores. China town offers great stuff for the shopper. I needed another piece of luggage and found a super sized piece in china town for $20.00. Very sturdy. I found lots of tailors who were selling their one of a kind clothing in the front of their shops. Great designs and quality for very little $$$. Awesome book stores. One note: We stayed away from the pier and other 'tourist traps'. No corporate mall shopping. Basically, I found San Francisco to be very friendly to the budget traveler. A lot to do for free or for little money. Lovely parks and good conversation with strangers over coffee. Just walking around the city made for a fun day. There always seems to be a festival or outdoor event somewhere. Also, great public transport which saves on car rental or taxi fare. I spent about $500 in a week on my food, museums, a few purchases and some delicious meals in casual little spots. have a nice time.
  • That depends on the type of shopping you're planning on doing. At a minimum, count on $200 a day for food and other incidentals. Shopping can be MUCH more expensive.
  • San Francisco is not extremly expensive, unlike Las Vegas or New York, but it isnt exactly cheap either. Depends on where you plan on eating, etc. There are plenty of cheap spot if you know where to look.
  • Please bring all of it.
  • they need to spend money to make money
  • It is the same all over the country. Shooters are stocking up due to two things. 1. They believe that the government is going to stop the production of ammo. 2. If the government can not stop it, then they will tax the purchase of it at a very high rate. Thus, buy all you can now! For a couple hundred round a month it may cost you with future tax, lets see? 50x4=200 4x$25=$100 plus possible 500% tax ($100+$500) $600 a month, I guess that is what is happening at this time. Reality check manufacturers can not invest a lot of money on a short term problem which may not happen in a manner to create proper ROI. Thus, supply and demand sets the current level of inventory and price. If you feel you need it get in line and buy it, if not, then wait and see if you get it later. Best time to go shopping is Early in the morning week days at your larger stores, they stock are night. You may get some then. I am not worried as I only shoot 50 rounds a month these days. and my 600 rounds will last a year. Then I will see whats going on.
  • Ammo of all kinds is hard to find anywhere right now, not just Cali. The thing is, people have gone and hoarded ammo! That is why we are so low. I mean a lot of it was an Obama scare used by gun makers and the ammo industry and people ran out bought up guns and ammo. So not to mention we are still at war so ammo 1st goes to the military, than police normally have 2nd dibs, and than us. But the industry is pretty behind right now so. Best bet, call all your local gun shops and get what you can, whether it is preferred or not.
  • Well, as far as the "Afghanistan/Iraq war" answer, then why is it .22 is hard to find as well? Military doesn’t use .22. I’m having a hard time finding .38 sp, .44, sp, and even .410 shotgun in buckshot as well. So... what’s the excuse there? I’m thinking its more like everyone is hording the ammo in case the government goes south. I don’t know. I just know, I pay $55.00 per year to be a member at a rod and gun club, and since ammo is SO scarce, I may as well not renew my membership. :-(
  • Most manufacturers are running their equipment at capacity. They do not want to invest in more expensive equipment because at some point the ammo demand will decrease, due to any of several possible causes. I know one guy that took two days off a while back to order ammo online. He now has two pallets full of ammo in his basement.
  • Factorys are running 24/7. A friend of mine who is an FFL dealer spoke to some of his reps and they said if another order did not come in this year they have enough backorders to fill the rest of this years ammo supply as well as all of next years.
  • The ammo makers are running at full tilt trying to keep up with the demands of the war in Afghanistan and Iraq. Also, there's a lot of uncertainty regarding proposed ammunition restrictions. The ammo makers don't want to get stuck with a lot of inventory which they may not be able to move. In the real world, as opposed to computers, it takes time to acquire, install, and test production equipment.
  • right now we're noticing a big ammo shortage on pistol caliber's. That makes demand and price really high. I think it'll get better eventually but in case it doesn't im stocking up by finding deals online from places like gun broker. for a while i bought from cheaper than dirt but they went up to nearly $50 for a box of 9mm range rounds!
  • It is starting to ease. Most of the ammunition bought since the election is due to panic buying. It is also horded, very little has been shot. When the panic is over, and the stores are restocked, ammunition sales will dwindle to next to nothing. The price will plummet and sanity will return to the country.
  • Not trying to advertise but try J&G Slaes. They have 1000rd cases of American Eagle 115gr FMJ for $271. That's around $13 a box of 50.
  • Get what you can when and where you can. The commies in charge there are attempting to make it illegal to transfer more than 50 rounds per month to a person and have a license to get it http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/07-08/bill...
  • It's a little thing called priority
  • California doesn't. Need proof just look at the BILLIONS being wasted on a high speed train to no where. Also there are hundreds of schools here in the People's Republic of California that do not now nor will they ever be in compliance with current building code standards.
  • First, California is bankrupt. Second, seismic construction techniques are part of the international building code which is enforced by all states. Third, if you remember, not that long ago, a lot of people got squashed under a California expressway.
  • Texas has no state income tax and amazingly reasonable property values as compared to Calfiornia. Both states are projecting significant population increase in the coming 10-20 years. DOn't just look at salary: look at how far that salary will go. Texas also passed medical malpractice tort refore a few years back, putting caps on awards for pain & suffering and so, as a result, the cost of medical malpractice is coming down and becoming more reasonable as well.
  • your answer is Texas.the cost of living is much much lower in Texas then Calif....Money goes further but of course wages are also lower if you paln to work whial in school
  • He's about too with the new stimulus plan every state gets a "cut"
  • I live in Massachusetts our state will be Mortgaged out for the next 50 years . Trust me you get use to it, we have had the wrong people in office for decades . This is not what the founding fathers had in mind about todays government . the States were supposed to run themselve not be controlled by the federal government
  • what a great attitude! Let others suffer before you have to it's this attitude that needs to stop,so the economy can be rebuilt. Who knows,perhaps Schwarzenegger will do something about it soon...
  • The people in charge of this country are corrupt and idiotic, so don't expect any GOOD change any time soon.
  • For the same reason California doesn't help me pay my rent.
  • Oh great now we have to bail out whole states.
  • HEY ..SCREW YOU.. California is gonna fall off the country so we don't have to worry about you anyway
  • you will make a much money as you make
  • That's about how much I get paid a month too, and after taxes, your paychecks will show about $2000/month. I live in So Cal :)
  • www.paycheckcity.com can give you an idea of what your paycheck will look like. Doing a dummy 1040 with 2008 income estimates on it will give you an idea if you are withholding enough money.
  • I know that where you are going is close to 2,000 miles (rounded off). Since you are driving a Blazer that does not get too good of gas mileage, at gas price over $3.00 a gallon here and higher in other states, I would suggest at least $500.00
  • Rough EST.1 day 4 hours 1,795.0 mi and let say your blazer get 18 mile per gallon @ $4.00 for gallon of gas 1800/18 =100 x 4 = $400. $400.00 would be a rough total for a one way trip.
  • This is a math question really. What is your intended route? What is your gas mileage?
  • The people of CA state have consistently been warned about the dire state of our economy, yet continually have voted to borrow more money (via bonds) during each election season. At some point, we have to pay back that money.....Every single proposal to fix this situation is rejected....so, though it effects me - what else can I expect....no compromises and spend, borrow, spend some more.....it seems like this should be no surprise to anyone!
  • I treat the Franchise Tax Board is like any other entity. When I file my return, I am informing them that they owe me money. Should they fail to pay or respond within about a month, I can treat them like any debtor, and inform them that I will cut tax payments until I have recouped the loss. If after another month they have not payed, I am legally justified in discontinuing my state income tax until their debt is retired.
  • That is crap. They are saying the same thing is going to happen here in Arizona. Our Governor left to work for Obama, and she ripped us off. She left us with a deficit of 1.2 Billion Dollars. I'm thinking of telling the IRS I can't pay them, because of financial hardship. I wonder how many more days of freedom, I have.
  • Not too thrilled, since they owe me a refund. There are MANY places they can cut other than on monies already due to someone else. I think they are trying to increase political pressure. Since when wasn't 'cutting spending' an option?
  • I thought the Governator said the state is literally broke
  • That is really suckie - but just think all those illegal immigrants won't be going without medical care, food stamps, public housing, and they don't even pay taxes.
  • Can this legally be done? Thanks please,stop giving all the illegals money, that would be the difference
  • They can only blame themselves for electing people who are incompetent.
  • Hey, they picked a Republican to run the state. Soooooooooooooo, there you go.
  • I think that if they aren't going to pay what they owe they shouldn't expect to be paid what they're owed.
  • I'm on welfare and I didn't tell them who my child's father was to protect him. But now he's with another woman. I'm giving him an opportunity to pay me in person first. Two days from him getting released from jail to pay me 500$ and then 200$ a month or 50$/week to me for caring for our eight month old baby. I don't think that's outrageous. I also don't want him seeing my baby unless he pays first. Or I'm just going to file. But since he has no job and keeps his money out of a bank would I be scrwing myself by filing for child support on him. Is it true I'll never get any money because I'm on welfare and all if any money he ends up paying will just go to the state to pay back my welfare????
  • any money you get will reduce your welfare, The amount he would be paying would not go to the state (less than your welfare) But you will probably end up losing in the deal, especially after court costs.
  • if your on welfare and you have a court order for child support, the state will go after your child's father to get child support and get you off of welfare. any tax refunds he might get will be taken for child support.
  • Your so pathetic ! Your just showing how jealous you are and that your not over him at all. Why didn't you file along time ago? But now you see that hes moving on so your going to start messing with him now. I dare you to go to court and tell the judge that your X can't see the baby till he pays, the judge will tell you off. My X went to court telling the judge that my son couldn't see me until his grades in school started going up . And the judge said NONONO parents are not toys you cant take a parent away just because you feel like to. My sister in law stop letting my brother in law see his kids just because she was mad so he took her to court and the judge locked my sister in law up for contempt so go ahead and keep being an @$$ H○!€. Be a grown woman and take responsibility like a parent supposed to dont be a Greedy Roach and tryn leach off the man just cause he dont want you anymore YOU LAZT BUMB
  • Well you need to call the state and ask, maybe no personal info...but expecting someone to pay you 750 month after getting out of jail is not going to happen...(at first)
  • If it is o record he is paying child support, then you have to report it to the state. Your welfare will be reduced in proportion to what you are receiving in child support. Also, be careful about denying him access to his kid. I believe only the courts can legally do this. Otherwise, you may be breaking the law.
  • You screwed yourself when you decided to breed with a loser. And you screwed your kid when you decided not to pursue child support to protect the loser sperm donor. Do you have ANY brain cells at all?
  • So...you're going to blackmail him? Smooth. And, it's "our baby" not "my baby."
  • You are an example of someone who shouldnt be having kids.
  • It should be okay.
  • Hi I would not take very much money...in cash. Have a credit card...and use that. I am assuming you are riding bicycles and not motor cycles...and I am excited for your trip. Just a suggestion, When you go shopping...find somethings that are made locally. How will you get back? S1lent
  • I would bring about $100 in cash but also a credit card (not debit) just for emergencies.
  • no bring that in cash but have a credit card just to in case have much fun
  • http://www.cheaptickets.com/App/ViewFlig...this shows a ticket price to have you leaving on the 15 of november and returning on the 20th of december, a little over 4 weeks..
  • You really didn't give any information out. Are you going to a national park? Are you going into the city? Are you living in a hotel? Are you living in a time share? Are you visiting in the northern or southern cali? ETC. Also you're gonna be here about 2-7 weeks? Right. No one can answer this until you get your priorities straight and tell us more info.
  • A regular size and weight (1 oz or less) will be 44 cents. If it's thick, unusually small or large it will cost more but you'll have to take it to the PO to find out how much.
  • 1 forever stamp, just like any other letter of regular size, but if it is heavy, it will cost more. If in doubt, just take it into the post office and they will tell you right then if you need more. its cheap.
  • 44cents
  • So my father has became in Tijuana Baja California I am an American and I am 20 years of age ! I have not went to Tijuana in over two years. I do not have a passport and unfortunately I do not have the money to get a passport shipped to me over night or let alone do the application as you all know times are very hard ! If i go to Tijuana with out a passport will i be held there? I do not see why though I am an American Citizen I have all the necessary documents such as my birth certificate and drivers license will I be fined ??? Someone please help !
  • you will need an Enhanced Drivers License
  • Also consider getting a Passport Card. It is considerably less expensive than the full Passport, and good for land crossings to Mexico or Canada or cruises departing from the US. Most states do not have enhanced driver's licenses yet. Charlie is right... take your documents and while it may take you a few moments longer crossing, you will be admitted. No fines. Enjoy your trip! ~K
  • Charlie is right. they will let you cross back, but they will let you know in no uncertain terms that this will not be made a habit. for the first 6-10 Months or so they were letting everyone slide without saying anything, but now they are starting to crack down. even if they act like it's no big deal, they will still enter your name in the computer and the next time you will be sent to the Non-Compliance line. (and it's not a fun experience) and yes, the law does provide for a Fine.
  • The law requires a passport, however it is not being strictly enforced yet and you will probably get by with a bawling out and being delayed for a while when you re-enter the U.S. But you cannot do it a second time.
  • i would say 500.00 depending where you are at and shopping at!!!
  • Hello i'm only 19 but i want to move to California within the next 2 years. I live in New Jersey atm and i was wondering how much money would i need to get started if i decided to move. I figured i'd need enough money to rent an apartment and have money to buy food for a few months until i can find a job that can pay the bills. So what are we talking about? $10,000? $15,000?
  • It really depends on where in CA you want to move. I can tell you that if you move tot he larger cities it will be easier for you to find a job. Sacramento housing is much cheaper than Los Angeles...it really just depends where
  • between those two amounts will work ,or less .
  • I am a software engineer from Canada, and I am thinking about moving to San Francisco california for the good weather, beaches, and lifestyle... I can easily get a job for 75,000 $ / year in San francisco area. My only problem is , I really need to know if I can save money while I work there as well, my goal is to save about 100,000 $ in 5 years , and I would be living in an average 1 bedroom appartment, I would have a small car that is cheap on gas , I am planning on cooking at home, and I would want to go out to clubs or the beach about 4 times a month... do you think it is feasible to reach my goal in saving money ? or is it impossible ? .. if not , then are there any other big cities in California like San Diego , or L.A. where this is more feasible ?
  • Google: Cost of living calculator Find one that compares your area to San Fran. Ex: In your area you can make 40K a year, but the cost of living in San Fran is so high, you would have to make 75K a year to keep the same standard of living. You are a professional. You can do this !
  • San Francisco, Ca. is one of the most expensive places to live in the u.s. Housing is particularly expensive. Traffic is also horrendous. San Diego, and LA might be less expensive - but only a little. 75,000 is a live-able wage in Calif, but save a lot of money - not likely.
  • My husband and I have no insurance. We have not had any since he was laid off over a year and a half ago. Unemployment has run out. We make it on my $400 a week paycheck. Neither of us has ever been seriously ill but I get fearful that it could happen. We are in our 50's. Too young for social security benefits, but to old for anyone to take him serious for a good job. Our current income levels qualify us for the medi-cal insurance or the County Medical Services Program, but we do have IRA and 401K money that could be withdrawn now instead of when we are 60+. Will having IRA accounts prevent us from qualifying? I know if we file bankruptcy they don't count it. Also, if it was a pension, that you have not tapped into it doesn't count. Does anyone know?
  • That retirement money DOES count as assets.
  • It depends on how long you are staying. Allow $50.00 a day for spending money.
  • unless you have an international plan (which usually only covers calling not texting) it will cost you for texting overseas.. it ranges between 80cent to 2dollars per text.. i'd suggest calling your service to find out the proper figure
  • You have "a Rogers plan," do you? That's nice. What plan? Only you know that, silly! We can't answer this question! And why would your age have anything to do with this? Personally, I have a plan with Virgin and get unlimited international texting. I regularly text my colleagues in England at no extra charge. But that may not apply to you...often "unlimited" means only local texts, or only within Canada. Also, ask your friend what kind of plan he has. In the USA, people get charged for INCOMING texts as well, so if he doesn't have an unlimited plan, he might get charged every time you text him, be careful!
  • yes, you will be charged but I'm not sure how much. Does your friend also have a smartphone though? I have an app I downloaded on my iPhone called Whatsapp that lets you send unlimited instant messages for free. If you both get the app, you can text without being charged :)
  • All plans selection slightly so the only thank you to be sure that's to call your cellular service. i comprehend for me, going any different way from California to Canada, fee me 15 cents in keeping with textual content fabric a pair of years in the past.
  • Probably not as much as theyre losing from Drought now... well... idk but the information is out there and on the internet i you research it... its a heck of alot more reliable than the answer from some jerk on these boards (no offense to my answers peers, you're all GREAT people)
  • Mr Haun, perhaps you should actually give an answer and cite your source if you are going to criticize others... Now as for your question, from Jan 1, 1978 to Sept 30, 2001 California 9th in the U.S. Flood Insurance Loss Statistics with $353,244,485.27
  • There are probably some old desert towns in the Mojave desert. Here are some other weblinks. http://www.buyhorseproperties.com/HC-Sta...http://gocalifornia.about.com/od/casierr...
  • Are you a student? If you are, you may be able to get a permit to film for nothing or reduced fees, if you're doing a non-commercial film. If you know of any Old West type towns, call up and speak to the property owner or manager. You don't know how much something will cost you until you ask, and sometimes these things are negotiable. You can sometimes film where you need to if it's just a couple of scenes and you're quick, especially if you're a student (young), they often don't hassle you. If you don't need buildings, you might try scouting up in Arcadia Wilderness Park. Don't know if TravelTown in Griffith Park is what you're looking for, but call them if they are. Mentioning these two spots because I know kids who have filmed western type movies there, with permits, and I don't think they paid, or if they did, I know it couldn't have been much. You can do closer up shots for most of the filming, in an area that fits the need but maybe isn't the whole picture, and then establishing shots elsewhere (showing buildings, etc) where you don't need the actors in the shots, or only for a short time, Guerilla style. Good luck!
  • Old Town in San Diego is old westen looking, its the birthplace of California and is seemingly untouched since it was built. its a very touristy area and people are always filming their vacations there so I don't see why you cant film there for free. but Id check with this website first http://www.sdfilm.com/index.php
  • Try Calico Ghost town out in the desert, many westerns have been shot there. Just not sure how cheap it is.
  • When the government issues an IOU, it means you wait until funds are appropriated.
  • California Bankers will could desire to comply with pay IOU's , and have faith that the State will reimburse them. so a good distance from what Ive heard is the only economic business enterprise so a long thank you to comply with pay an IOU is Golden a million credit Union for their individuals..the section that scares me is that California won't be able to pay decrease back the banks...the melancholy is purely around the corner and its time to replenish on AMMO !
  • No one would cash the IOU if it is watermarked with "not valid until (fill in the date)".
  • The real question may be: Who will want to do business with the state if they know that they won't be paid at a reasonable date? You may see contracts go by with NO BIDS RECEIVED.
  • way too much. i am tokin on my pipe right now. real sticky green cronic bud, very tasty.
  • What planet are you from? I know for a fact that their prisons are over crowded and housing only the most violent offenders. Marijuana is almost legal out there, and all of the west coast does not consider small amounts a "crime." Weight would probably get them on probation if caught with it. You can legally grow a handful of plants... or is it 20/40? So, they are legalizing it for the revenue/get people to live there. Your question was how much money does Cali. spend on the drug war? When you combine earnings from medical taxation, permits to have grow houses, increase in population due to lax social laws, etc... they profit from it.
  • $1.78
  • It depends on several things. If you redeem it by weight you won't get paid as much as those redemption machines (Tomra Replanet) will pay you., however those machines can be temperamental and they tend to favor the standard containers instead of the new ones like those Fruit2Day containers and some of those sports drink containers you find sold in gym clubs. The normal California rate is 5 cents for any container under 24 oz. Over 24 oz is 10 cents each regardless of the material (glass, plastic or aluminum) 2 giant lawn garden bags (39 gallon size) of a mixture of aluminum cans and plastic containers will yield you about $17.00 I turned in some glass containers that were left out on beach front property by some wealthy people in Newport Beach and combined that with recyclable container litter I occasionally pick up at the fitness spa and in parking lots. That combined with the containers my roommates use yielded me about $20.00 Not bad for garbage that would otherwise pollute the environment and just be discarded. That's $20.00 I'd rather have in my pocket as opposed to $20.00 people like to throw away or leave in the streets. LOL! That's the way I look at it. And this accumulation of containers was over the course of about 2 months. So it really didn't seem like extra effort on my part. I keep them stored in my garage until I'm ready to recycle Now imagine if you had a truck and could find a way to collect 11 39 gallon size lawn bags of recyclable beverage containers a day. That's $2300.00 tax free dollars a month. Easy money
  • CRV on aluminum beverage cans in California is 5 cents per can. A lot of places measure it by weight though, so you might not get exactly that.
  • I'm currently a student at the University of Chicago and if the grants, etc. that I need to study at a language school in a foreign country don't work out, does anyone have any ideas as to what I could possibly do to earn money and help me become fluent in Spanish? I'm currently working towards a minor in Spanish and plan to study abroad for a year-ish in the coming years, but I don't want to stop learning this summer and I need something to occupy my time. I am a Northern California resident, if I were to work here I would be around a few residential hubs--either San Francisco, Roseville, Sacramento, or Salinas. All ideas are appreciated!
  • Volunteer at a community center in an area with a large Hispanic population. Not only will you get to learn the language, you can get to know the people and the culture.
  • Los Angeles. Waitressing.
  • Everybody in the USA is learning Spanish, try a different language and be different
  • Hello, if you are interested to earn legal affiliations, contact me well and I'll explain all about this business. gdi1993@hotmail.it
  • Laguna Beach. Malibu. Venice Beach.
  • I think Westminster or Garden Grove are wonderul cities to live in. It's neither urban nor suburan. it's a bit in-between. The only thing is the housing prices are expensive! But i think an apartment is pretty decent priced. Other than that there are amazing and exotic Vietnamese cuisines here. I recommed you trying Pho! As for your music career Westminster is about an hour away from those "big" places. It's also about and hour and a half from CalArts. The beach is 10 minutes (by car) from here too. You can go to the mountains in an hour. and the desert around an hour too! The people here are friendly. Not too gossipy lie small towners but not too rough like new yorkers. the crime rate is low (but there are still some gangs but i dont you'll need to worry) and the weather is moderate. So, I recommend you moving to Westminster or Garden Grove. Hope this helps!
  • Irvine, Ca great schools nice communities close to the beach (depending where in the city) closest is about 5-8 minutes (laguna, newport, corona del mar) fun nearby activities Ranked #4 Best Place to Live in the U.S. http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/bplive/2008/snapshots/PL0636770.html
  • I'd Say most of North County in San Diego, if you have a family, or enough money to buy a house by the beach. It is going to be very pricey.
  • Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach or Hermosa Beach are great places to live in Los Angeles. They are safe.
  • Best places for kids are Manhattan Beach (MB) and Palos Verdes (PV). If you are more chill and like to be able to walk to shops and restaurants then you should live in MB. If you like great views horses and a lot of families then PV is the place. MB pictures: http://photos.igougo.com/images/p163737-Los_Angeles-Manhattan_Beach_California.jpg http://www.transterrestrial.com/images/MB_November/Strand%20House.JPG PV pictures: http://www.organizingla.com/photos/uncategorized/2007/06/21/palos_verdes.jpg http://tbn1.google.com/images?q=tbn:PaMBZ3QSFLBdZM:http://206.173.89.73/lesfishman_com/tephoto/Front%2520of%2520House.JPG http://img1.blockshopper.com/content/img/f208463/301502.jpg
  • If money is no object, perhaps you should contact some real estate agency that deals with coastal properties. they will go over all the available condos/apartments/housing in your desired area, unless you want me to give you my geography knowledge in the areas that appeals to me, but way out of my current budget.
  • If money is no object, any place in South Orange County is nice and it's safe, plus the education system is awesome.
  • San Diego, Ventura, or Santa Barbara if money is no object.
  • So, I wanna move to California but I can't. I'm going to study there soon, and afterwards I wanna live there and get job as an actor. I can work as electrician there, but I won't get citizenship by that right? I wanna become an actor later. Help me please. 1. I don't want to marry 2. I don't have family in US. 3. I don't have refugee status/asylum. 4. I don't have much money. Is there any help so I can move? It's my life's dream to move to the U.S. I really need help.
  • You can't work here unless you are sponsored by your employer, or by a relative. And even then, it's a green card. You'd have to wait over five years to apply for citizenship. California is a very big state. For every successful actor in LA, there are 99 who won't amount to much.
  • >For every successful actor in LA, there are 99 who won't amount to much. Make that 1000
  • Become a screen sensation in your native country and then the world will open its shell and beg you to come.
  • Like $1000 for airfare Cheap used car for like $3000 Down payment on a house? At least $10,000+ plus a stable job of 3+ years at least. Start saving!
  • My family lives in Califronia adn between my wife and myself we make about $95,000 a year and own our home which is deeply mortgaged. I would like to send my son ot a private elementary school and am wondering if we make to much money to get any sort of financial aid. I dont want to go to all the trouble of applying for assistance if we make to much money. Just wondering if anyone in California can give me a ball park figure on what the numbers would be.
  • http://www.privateschoolreview.com/state_middle_schools/stateid/CA anywhere between 84-250 grand here is a site base on your county. I don't think you can get assistance for private school. Because public school are already free. Hope it helps
  • you shouldn't ship animals that's not safe. An alternate option would be to mail yourself to Cali. and get the kitty then ship you and it back to you house. Remember to brink snacks and go potty before you leave the house to go on your journey. good luck! =]
  • At a shelter or a breeder? If a shelter, shelters rarely allow people out of their area to adopt because if you end up unable to keep the animal they want to make sure it will be returned to them. If a breeder, ask the breeder how they normally ship their animals. It would be flown to you in cargo and the price depends on the airline. FAR better for the kitten if you flew there and brought it back with you in the plane - or you just drove there and picked it up. If this is a breeder I do hope it's a TICA, CFA or ACFA breeder? There's LOTS of scams out there and also lots of horrible backyard breeders. Most breeders won't allow you to buy one of their kittens if they haven't met you in person and/or you haven't been personally recommended by someone you know. So if this is someone willing to ship a kitten despite not meeting you/knowing someone you know be VERY wary.
  • you will desire to b high-quality to text fabric. i might call verizon to confirm and not have any surprises on your bill. in case you text fabric to Oregon and don't get charged then you definitely shouldn't any incorrect way around.
  • No.
  • I am not in California, but I know in Virginia, you do not have to pay to cancel your policy.
  • I am certain the answer is no, but you can double-check using the contact information below. (888) 568-3560, https://www.blueshieldca.com/bsc/home/ho...
  • Hope this helps!
  • Depends on how much you're willing to spend and you define "partying" and how long you're going to stay in California for. I would say spend as much as you would in Pennsylvania.
  • There are too many variables for anyone to give you even a ballpark figure. It would depend upon how you plan to travel, which hotel you choose to stay in, how often you "party" as well as how and where, cost of your gas, dining, incidentals. Make a plan and then begin to figure out your budget.
  • I'm a senior in highschool and I'm planning to move to California, specifically Ventura. I used to live in California, but then moved away, and I feel like that is where I want to move. I'm not about to make any quick, not thought out decisions. I'm going to Ventura to visit my friend this summer to make sure it's actually what I want to do. But anyways, seeing as there's a beach nearby, I'm assuming it will be more expensive? So about how much money should I save up before I even think about moving there? Any other information is welcome as well, thanks :) Oh, please don't tell me about I have no idea what I'm getting into, I know I don't. I'm just seeing if there's anyway it would ever be possible for me. :)
  • Ventura is less expensive than other California beach towns like Santa Barbara. Craigslist apartment listings should give you an idea of rent.
  • My little brother's birthday is coming up and he is turning 9. My mom wants to take my little brother for his birthday, my dad, sister, herself, and I to california adventure and the next day disneyland. So that's 4 adults and 1 child. We aren't rich at all and have a tight budget. My mom and I have tried to search online for discounts, but it's realllyyy hard to find discounts online. Did anyone find luck in saving money? I heard some people only spent 50$ per ticket, but I can't seem to find that deal and this website is one of the last websites im deciding to try. Thanks!
  • First of all the $50 tickets you heard about were "Gray Market" tickets. These were valid tickets where people would buy multi-day tickets and then "rent" a day to people. The problem with these is that it is against Disney's Policy to do this as the ticket must be used by the same person each day. About 6 months ago Disney went into a "Crackdown" and now any person having a multi-day ticket now has their name and picture taken so it can not be re-used by someone else. This pretty much overnight shut down these "rental" schemes. The only legitimate way is to purchase a ticket through an authorized seller, so avoid places like Craigslist as the chances of those tickets being fraudulent are very great. And you won't find out until you get to Disneyland and try to use them. Oh and if they are fraudulent, Disney will not assist you in any way. Unfortunately, a authorized reseller is not going to sell tickets at a huge discount(you may get $1-$2 off of a one-day ticket). There are ways to get discounts if you are a member of certain groups or businesses. the link below is a very good site that will list all of these for you. However, still don't expect huge discounts, and really no where near the $50.
  • Check airfares on kayak.com or something similar. You should understand that the only place to get fares for Southwest, is on the Southwest website. They may or may not be the cheapest. I can't give you a meaningful number because fares vary greatly, change constantly (several times a week or more in some cases) and which airports you fly from and into also effects the price. Summer is a busy time for the airlines, and the cheapest seats with the most convenient schedules sell out well in advance. Start looking early, and you should probably plan on buying the ticket at least two months in advance. How much spending money is also highly dependent on what you like to do. If you like to drink in bars or clubs you could easily double the minimum amount you need. You've got plenty of time to look into how much the things that interest you cost. Don't forget the price of a gift, or taking your friend out to eat at least once to thank her for putting you up for free. Have fun!
  • im trying to make a bit of money, so i decided to start recycling paper. i live in Anaheim, California and i was wondering how much money i would make if i recycle one ton of paper. im recycling newspaper and regular paper separately. but plz someone give me like an actual number. i dont want links or websites. just a number. thank u :3
  • none they are not like a scrap yard who sell it for profit. (the amount they sell it for covers the wages to sort it and stuff)
  • The biggest chunk of change you'll need will be for first/last/security deposit on your apartment. Even if you get a reasonably inexpensive place, that can amount to $3,000. Other expenses are as listed by the above poster. Generally: Cable--$60/month ISP--$30-60/month (there is no citywide wireless) Utilities--depends on your usage, but probably $40/month Phone--bare minimum is about $20/month Transportation--Muni fast pass is $60/month Food--Depending on if you eat in or out
  • It truly relies upon on various stuff, yet various it somewhat is desperate with the help of your funds. what's a sensible employ determine once you're making plans to stay on my own? What approximately utilities? Groceries? How often do you consume out? once you paintings out a month-to-month funds, you may desire to have an thought of what you pick for. you need to additionally contemplate the way you're making plans to go your stuff and what assets you could truly take with you. in case you may desire to fullyyt furnish a clean place of abode, you are going to compliment so plenty extra money. once you are going to could desire to employ movers or employ a U-HAUL, you are going to compliment extra money. in case you have a pal with a van, you will basically decide for money for pizza and beer. finally, you may desire to make certain if shifting out on your very own is even sensible for you amazing now. in case you think of getting ten grand at the same time will take you years, you in all possibility can not have adequate money to stay on your very own in the 1st place. -edit- i might say shifting out is somewhat unrealistic amazing now. despite in case you stumble on an place of abode for 4 hundred a month (it somewhat is exceedingly low), you are going to be spending 0.5 of your month-to-month earnings on employ on my own. the final rule of thumb is to spend decrease than 1 / 4 of your earnings on housing. once you're able to spend basically two hundred$ a month on employ, i might anticipate you have been the two residing someplace truly sketchy or which you may filled 3 human beings right into a 2 mattress room place of abode with you. i think the actual question you may desire to ask your self is despite in case you pick for to stay on your very own or not. it may desire to be worth waiting till you stumble on a job which will pay you extra. i in my opinion would not advise shifting out till you made a minimum of a grand or extra a month. 800$ is an exceptionally restricted funds and that's probably going to get you into economic difficulty rapidly.
  • Okay, Me and 4 other people in my group were assigned eliminating welfare for a mock trial in school, but NOT ALL welfare. We are talking about just eliminating the money they give to people for rent, clothes, etc. People can still obtain food stamps, and still have their health insurance. If we eliminated the monthly I guess you can call it an "allowance" where can you put that money into? Also we can't keep it. We have to get rid of it, we can't tweak it a little bit. Be as open as you'd like because I have no side in this. This is just for my class. Mind you this is just for CALIFORNIA. But if you have information about how it helped or didn't help another state or another place, feel free to provide that info. If you are getting information from an outside source please list the link or wherever you got it from. Thank you for anyone who answers!
  • Help yourself. You might not know that your state is approaching bankruptcy.Even electricity you might not be able to afford it for so long. The unemployment rate is among the highest in our nation over there.That is the main objective of your assignment you should know. You cut and cut welfare to save the budget deficit. In facts, you are not going to cut welfare, but get rid of the poor out of your chess.Ala,good education.
  • it would have to support the system. the more you spend on the system the less the needy get. so eliminate as much of the system in your chore as you can. or incorporate other parts of the system already in place. displacement of currant workers may implement them onto the system if it is moved to another, in place' systems too.
  • It's a good thing. It shows our state govt. is looking ahead and seeking pro-active solutions rather than re-active ones. If you lived from paycheck to paycheck, and your employer was failing, you might worry that your next paycheck might not come, or it might not be on time, and start thinking ahead of time about alternative ways to pay your bills and not get kicked out of your house. This is the same kind of thing. Unlike the federal govt, states can't just print money to cover their debts. They have to either balance their budget every year or get the taxpayers to approve a bond measure. I'm not sure how this particular thing works, but apparently it's only short-term so maybe there's something in the State Constitution that allows it. It doesn't have anything to do with Social Security, that's a Federal program. But the state does run Medicaid (called here: Medi-Cal) and various other benefit and welfare programs, and those might have been affected.
  • Not bad. I think the debt ceiling will be raised despite what the media has talked about. The markets are doing fine
  • bad since california is a republican state and the middle class and poor will be taxed to pay it back
  • Anyone in California with money to pay for it can get an abortion.
  • Yes, The Abortion Centers don't care about you they only care about your wallet and the money they can make by killing your baby.
  • Yes and they can even get pregnant too. Pay more attention in Sex ed class
  • yep it's perfectly legal
  • I've heard that in northern California for the summer months a person can make $200-$300/pound (although the real money maker is September-November?). I'm looking to go out in mid-April and make as much money as possible. If anyone knows the best areas to start in, and whether this is a good estimate or not of how much a person can typically make, I would appreciate the information. Thanks! Please do not flag this question - if you do not agree with this method of earning a living, you are entitled to your opinion, but please do not respond. I do not actually smoke marijuana myself, but I am an advocate of it's legalization. peace&love
  • You can make someone really happy, in jail, when they throw you in there! We CAN'T pick and choose which laws to follow, or if we can, is it ok if I shoot those who deal in illegal drug production?
  • Denise Keller a Californian women is suing Chucky Cheese for having those token games that require little or no skill and thus this equals gambling, she said that she didn't realize that the games she played were based on so little skill and she lost money. She is suing for 5 million. Now ignoring the fact that 5 y/os can recognize which games are more skill based or successful and this women can't or whether the kids can find fun games or not, If this women wins this suit, should the proceeds go to California and not to her since it is a victimless crime? (we haven't made stupidity a crime yet). I find it hard to believe such proceedings should be given to her, it's a dumb complaint because it essentially allows no one to participate in the games but if the suit holds, I'd rather the money go to the state than to the women. What are your thoughts? Here is her actual written complaint from her lawyer http://newsandinsight.thomsonreuters.com/uploadedFiles/National_Litigation/Legal_Materials/Court_Filings/2011/03_-_March/ChuckECheeseComplaint.pdf Her is the news piece http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2011/may/12/federal-lawsuit-claims-chuck-e-cheese-promotes-ill/
  • Yes Keller is a gold-digger
  • I've had this vision of just running away for a little bit to make a journey across the country. Just leaving school while it doesn't matter and getting away from it all. You see, as I go through the motions at school day to day I slowly value my life less. I used to cut myself and one time attempted suicide but I just don't anymore. At this point I'm just acting recklessly. Not caring wether I live or die. I just want to escape and truly be alive for once in my life. I know it won't be easy going from a middle class life to being homeless but I think it will make me stronger in a sense. I must sound incredibly stupid... and I might be but just consider this. I'm in middle school now, 8th grade. The last trimester where grades do not matter. After that is college, a whole new hell, then adult life, the ultimate hell. Even if I die on this little road trip I will have lived my best days to the fullest! So, to survive on the road on a journey from New Jersey to California how much money would I need?
  • First off it'll be very long and very hard to ride a bike that far. Second it'll be easier for someone to rib you. 8th grade tells me you're probably 12 or 13. You definitely can't do this, the police would pick you up and take you home, if you're 18 you could do this, although it'd still be hard and dangerous. I'm sorry, but your plan won't work. I'm sorry that you're going through trouble but the fact is you'll just have to wait until you turn 18 to leave home. If you're being abused at home or school you need to call the police (911). No access to a phone? Then go to a neighbors. I'm so sorry you're going through this!
  • Wherever you go there you are. Try working on yourself instead of trying to run away. If you don't feel comfortable talking to anyone I recommend praying and journaling
  • 7 bucks and a box of Nature Valley granola bars. and a refillable water bottle
  • Im curious to see how many people can tell what is wrong with this site, if anything at all. I'll tell you this though: The california government gave millions of dollars to this organization, only to later get into trouble for it. Many many people as well as other organizations funded this website at one time. And If Im not mistaking, I believe a couple other states gave their money to it as well. So, what do you think about it? Heres the site: http://www.dhmo.org/
  • Clicking on that Totally froze my browser...thanks
  • i live in Cali and i'd say, no more than roughly 1,500. that should do you enough, but when i travel i tend to keep and extra 200-400 in case!
  • Fly Virgin Atlantic from Heathrow to LA Return=£426 Hotel in LA for 9 days=£694 Plus maybe another couple hundred for food so about £1500 Whereabouts in California?
  • For one person about £1500-2000 yes west coast is really expensive goto east coast alotttt cheaper
  • You don't earn income tax, you pay it. Your household expenses are not deductible. If you have two dependents and earned only $6,150 you will get an income tax return of all of the tax that was withheld from your pay. If you're asking about earned income credit (EIC) use the calculator. If you file single it's $2,470.
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  • you do not earn income tax or however you want to put it you are due a refund if you had more withheld from your paycheck than you are liable for if you nad 2 dependents that is $7300 for personal exemption plus another $3650 for yourself if you are filing hoh your standard deduction is $8350 and even at this point your income of $6150 is below those added together if you had income tax withheld, file to get that refunded and you may be eligible for EIC and additional child credit
  • You don't "earn" income tax, you PAY income tax. With an income of only $6,150 you would not owe any income tax if you cannot be claimed as a dependent. If you can be, you would owe about $45 in Federal income tax and a few in CA income tax. Your rent has no affect on your income tax. The impact of dependents cannot be stated without knowing their relationship to you.
  • You don't earn money on income tax. Go to an online tax calculator,you will get an estimate of your tax obligation and if you will get a refund or owe more taxes.
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  • Okay. So in July this summer i'm going on a small weekend vacation to California. Nothing big, just to the Beach and San Diego Zoo. now i'm not talking about food, and hotels, and gas, and admission. Just money for things like "oh, i want that hoodie!" and "that shirt!" or if i find another item i'd really like. I'll be there only 3 days, about how much should i plan on spending? I'm not sure on prices in general or at say the zoo (because things are usually more expensive at places like that). Can somebody help me out? Please and Thank You!
  • Bring about 120 dollars and you should be fine. San Diego isnt cheap, but around 40 dollars a day should cover it. No more than 150.
  • A LOT!! everything is very expensive in San Diego especially the downtown area and good beaches. I would say $150+ of pure spending money ( that would probably buy you two hoodies from the zoo)
  • your non taxable income for a single person is $9350 for 2009 and add another $3650 for each additional dependent and if you had income taxes withheld you want to file a tax return to get those refunded to you
  • You don't 'earn' any money off income tax, you simply will be entitled to a full refund of whatever federal income tax was withheld from your paychecks. You are below the poverty level = full refund. Probably like $200 to $300 as your refund.
  • Yes, California is broke. They spend tens of billions more than they take in every year. Their current debt is $265 Billion. Their per capita debt at $2,362 is second only to New York. Their real estate values are plunging so all taxes based on property values are plunging. Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected to try to address the problems, but he hasn't had much success. California's ultra-liberal populace is certain that government is the answer to everything. So pro-government candidates win most state district races. You would think that the rest of the country would notice how awful California is and behave accordingly, but they don't. Nancy Pelosi is still considered to be the top Democrat in the House. Harry Reid, Senate Majority Leader, is from Nevada, another bankrupt disaster state.
  • Under Schwarzennegger, we did the very first round of budget cutting in America. We're already down to the bare bone. We have gone through prison closures, police layoffs, increased class sizes, fire station brown outs, and more. That said, its not possible for the State to go bankrupt, because the Feds pay our deficit each year.
  • yah, cause the states run by gays and liberals who wanna give all citizen earned tax dollars to illegals in the name of tolerance and the ever growing popular movement of white genocide
  • Going? no! Gone? Beyond any doubt!
  • THOUGHT- that the great Arnold was going to solve all of Cacophony,,,problem's....
  • What do you mean "going" they already are broke.
  • THE WHOLE COUNTRY IS GOING BROKE !!
  • Me and my best friend are planning on going to Disney, California adventure, and universal studios this summer....how much money should I save up so I have enough for food and souvenirs for those 3 parks? I already know that the tickets alone will be around 250 dollars, but how much should I et to spend while I'm there? Please include how much meals generally are at each of those parks and any recommendations that you may have. We're both 13 if it helps. Thanks :)
  • Everything is way overpriced, and it just depends on what you plan on buying souvenirs-wise. You'll probably spend minimum $50 a day on food if you eat 2 meals a day at the parks plus a snack or a drink or whatever, and that's if you're being super conservative. Souvenir photos range 14-25 for just the photos, mouse ears are like 25 a pair.... it just depends on what you're planning on buying.
  • Food is pricey. I usually budget $30-$50 per day for food, per person. So 2 days is about $60-$100. 3 days is $90-$150. I highly recommend Flo's V8 Cafe while at DCA. Eat on the back porch and watch the cars go by on Radiator Springs Racers. Budgeting for souvenirs is even tougher. You can spend anywhere from $5 to $5000 for souvenirs. Ears are $13-$30, shirts $15-$25, sweaters $50-$80. Budget accordingly.
  • Walt Disney World.
  • Expect to spend close to $100 a day at each park.
  • Set a budget and stick to it, Tickets: $250.00/ food $40.00 a day/ drinks $15.00 a day/ travel $ ??/ lodging $ ??/ fun money $ ??/.. If you have to cut your budget it comes out of your fun money, as you will be having fun anyway.
  • i guess what im trying to ask is how would i go about moving to Canada...im 18 ive never been out of California and i never moved anywhere that wasn't a town or 2 away but ive herd its nice there and i really don't have any reasons to stay in California. i also just got out of school so i don't have a job yet.
  • If you have to ask.. you aren't moving to Canada. Canada has immigration laws and it enforces them. You can't buy a visa. In order to apply for a work permit, you must have qualifying job offer. That company must obtain permission from HRSDC to hire foreign workers and this is only given in professions where there is a shortage of Canadian workers -- either highly skilled professions (doctors, engineers, nurses, specialize trades, etc.) or highly temporary work (seasonal farm workers, some off season hotels, ski resorts, etc.) The job must be advertised in Canada and the company must prove that no Canadian wanted it. Finding such job offers is insanely rare and lots of people will be applying for them. Work permits are also temporary... then last a few years or until your job ends. You must pass background, medical, and financial checks. In order to stay in Canada permanently, you would need to qualify for permanent residency. This requires specific things such as: marrying a Canadian willing to sponsor you; a highly skilled job offer in specific professions and then completing for one of 10,000 positions per year; completing certain university degrees in Canada and finding skilled work in your profession shortly after graduating; having a net worth of $1.6M and investing $800k in Canada; etc.; etc. You must pass background, medical, and financial checks. The process also takes three or more years to process an application. It is illegal, and pointless, to look for work while in Canada. Without proof of legal residency, you can't obtain a driver's license, social insurance number, health insurance, open a bank account, etc. If you try looking for work without a social insurance number, companies will tell you to get lost or report you to Canadian Border Services. If you are a skilled doctor, engineer, nurse, etc. likely to qualify for a work permit or permanent residency... you shouldn't be worried about moving costs or airline tickets. If you show up at the border with a load of household stuff, Canadian Border Services will detain you, quickly realize you don't have a work permit, and then deny you entry and ban you from the country for a year.
  • There's no way to give you an answer. 1) What are "all your things"? Are you talking just small items or furniture as well? 2) Plane tickets - from what city to what city? The visa information is at Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Of course you can drive here. Prices are generally higher in Canada, but so are the average wages.
  • im 19 years old and i am trying to plan a trip to california for three days and i want to drive their i know i will need a rental and my cousin will rent one for me and i just wanted to no what i should prepare for money wise and what all will i have to pay for im going to see my girl friend and i just do not know what to do
  • What would you spend at home on the weekend ?
  • hahah it really varies on what your gonna be doing and where your gonna be going but i would say about 5,000
  • im not good at calculations that include all these factors but i need to find out quick. include all (bare minimum) expenses like gas, food, water, etc. me & 1 friend plan on driving to california & we can sleep in the car & eat cheap fast food or random food from mini-marts, and drink water. its your classic road trip story pretty much. how long and how much money would this take if we drive basically all day everyday till we get there?
  • With your description assuming you have standard car, about $500 just to get here for two of you. If you drive 18 hours a day & 6 hours sleep, I'd say it'll take you guys almost 3 days.
  • And 3rd grade math is too hard for you? Figure out how much you spend on food in a day. Multiply that by how long it will take. Figure out your miles per gallon. Divide your distance by that. Multiply that by the cost of fuel.... Add all these numbers up, and there's your total cost. This isn't rocket science.
  • not enough info. car mileage,no. of miles to be driven,sounds like you just want someone to do all the math,calculations simple ,food costs up to you,so have a nice trip.
  • I live in California, and I am a medical marijuana patient. When obtaining medical marijuana from a collective/Co-op, it's understood that you are making a donation, and that a portion of the donation will be passed on into some sort of charity. So my question is- Can i write off the money i "donate" on my Taxes as a Charitable Donation? I have receipts for nearly all my transactions.
  • No, because a donation for something in return is not tax deductible. Yeah - ask about the "understood" "portion of the donation" and where it is "passed on" and to which "some sort of charity". In CA with a collective it is understood that you are providing a reimbursement for them growing your bag of weed! Not disagreeing that a write off might be found say in medical out of pocket. MMJ ain't no charity!
  • You can text anyone in the U.S., no matter what state
  • You should b fine to text. I'd call verizon to be sure and not have any surprises on your bill. IF you text to Oregon and don't get charged then you shouldn't the other way around.
  • Well it created the Gold Rush. Thousands of people jumped in their wagons and set out westward towards California in hopes of making money fast! California grew extremely rich because of this. The price of living was actually much higher in CA than any other place in the country, and by a significant amount too! Also, as an interesting sidenote, CA refused to become a state unless, they said, the state includes ALL of the Sierra Nevada mountains (so they can own all the promised gold). Our government had to give in, as having CA as a state was more important than allocating their riches, and so they became a new state!
  • I would like to start planning to move out to Northern California in late summer. I grew up there but never rented an entire apt with cable, electric, water and the works. I am trying to get an idea of what deposit and general living costs are like out there . What should one expect to pay for a one bedroom or studio to move in? And what type of deposits and utility rates can be expected to start up service? I'm currently living in a really cheap area "cost of living" wise. I don't want to plan for the costs of my area and arrive in California where gas and electric may actually be more than i expect. I guess I'm just wondering how much it costs to find and maintain housing in northern California (Sonoma county) for 3 months. I want to plan to live off this money while finding a decent job. Just need an idea of how much i will need.
  • $6000, you can get a studio or 1 bedroom apartment for $800 to $1000, plus $500 deposit Utilities: $30 to 60 per month including gas, electricity and water, no air conditioner needed. Gas: $3.07/Gallon Car Insurance: $550/ 6 months full coverage Health insurance: $150 to $1000 per month based on age and deductible.
  • if u got no money then None. if u got a job then the community colleges often have register classes. going to "for profits" schools are five to 7 times more expensive than CC. do you homework.
  • What form of interest is scientific lab tech? Dental assisting skill working in a dentist's place of artwork. Surgical techs artwork indoors the OR next to a wellbeing practitioner. They make a astounding income although the interest can been demanding even fairly annoying. those are very diverse positions. i think of of, first, be certain which fits your interests.
  • Disability compensation, like money received from the VA for the GI Bill, is non-taxable. No, you don't have to report it.
  • No, you don't have to mark that you received VA disability compensation.
  • as we communicate, the percentage of incapacity is deducted out of your retirement pay, is paid to you on separate examine and is tax free. something of your retirement is paid to you, yet is taxed. Such is my situation: Retired with 23 years military, received 50% incapacity. receive a examine from DFAS for fifty% of my retirement minus tax. receive a examine from the VA for fifty% of my retirement with out tax deducted. it truly is all there is to it! solid success!
  • EARNED means a JOB dumbasss
  • Probably a lot less than you might expect. I recycled a keg + a pony keg and I think I got like $15. You get a lot of money from cans because of the CRV.
  • If money isn't an issue I'd suggest taking a trip through California to see what you like. Staying clear of cities will give you lower crime rates and cleaner air. Hurricanes aren't a real problem in California, but forest fires can be.
  • Rewarding Fundraising Ideas is a website with some great fundraiser ideas. You'll also find some great advice on running those fundraisers! Go to the list of fundraising ideas to have a look through all the different ideas on the website. (The webpage address is in the source) There are a few fundraisers that I want to recommend highly now... The online Magazine Fundraiser is the number one recommendation. It's simple to set up, hassle free, easy enough to market and is one of the most profitable fundraisers that anyone can do! Discount Fundraiser Cards are also a real winner for fundraising. You end up saving money for your supporters and raising funds for yourself at the same time! Bonus! It's also a highly profitable fundraising idea. Cookie Dough fundraising and other brochure fundraisers are also always sure winners. It might sound boring to sell cookie dough, but people always seem interested in buying it and that means that it is still a very worthwhile fundraiser! A Golf day is also always a winner but it does take a lot of work to do it properly. It is a high work, high reward fundraiser!!! If your up to it, and have the help, then definitely go for it! Whats great about an event like this is that you can add so many other small fundraisers to your day to add to your bottom line! I wish you all the best of luck with your Fundraising!!!
  • Awareness raising fundraisers are among the most rewarding experiences you may have when trying to raise funds for your fundraising organization. You can use calendar, cookbooks, fortune cookies, and wristbands in order to plan awareness raising fundraisers.
  • You'll find a ton of fundraising ideas at http://www.easy-fundraising-ideas.com/ including quite a few that don't cost anything to start.
  • You can view a large variety of fundraiser options (candles, candy, gourmet food, jewelry and ALOT more) at: www.ilovefundraisers.com Good luck!
  • According to the California College of the Arts they have two campuses one in San Francisco and the other is in Oakland. - This is over 500 miles from San Diego.
  • No longer much stuff is a plus. Simply plan ahead and make a record of things you prefer to within the vehicle. Foods and drinks. Maps or GPS. Take at least one excellent flashlite, fits, jumper cables, pocket knife and blankit. Just in case. Dont pressure when sleepy. Go to driver license place of job and surrender your license for a NC license. That is a large one to show residency. Rental? You can go to a Realtor. Most have rentals listed. Jobs? Get a newspaper and go to chamber of commerce they will have to be capable to direct you to a job web page. Excellent good fortune
  • Here you go. This group will PAY for plasma. HOUCHIN COMMUNITY BLOOD BANK 2600 G ST BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA (661) 327-8541
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  • any location to donate plasma for money in the El Monte, Ca area?
  • I can't remember the name of the place, but they are on Bernard next to the Green Frog Market.
  • The American Red Cross stopped buying plasma long ago. Those people most in need of the quick cash were often ineligible to donate but lied, in order to receive payment, thereby putting the plasma supply at risk. All blood and blood products in the US are unpaid, I think since the late 70s or early 80s.
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  • I m planning to go on a trip to California next summer, with four other people. We live in London and I want to know how much we would need individually to spend two weeks in California. We need to pay for own own flights, accommodation, food and travel. Oh and car hire! When we get there we ll probably want to do all the touristy things like go to Hollywood, the stars, Venice beach etc. We d also like to see the Grand Canyon but I m not sure if we ll have enough time. We don t want to be spending too much money as it s coming out of our own pockets, so we won t be going to extremely expensive restaurants or anything like that. Can you give me a rough idea of how much we would need individually? That would be great thanks xxx
  • It depends on what you want to do. But for the basics Airfare will run you about $800-$1200+ depending on the airline, when you go and how far in advance you book your trip. The average Hotel in LA is about $125-$150/night. You can get some cheaper as well as some much more expensive. Car Rental(Hire) will average about $400/week for a basic car. Food you need to figure about $40/day(more if you go to fancy restaurants. So before you do anything, you are looking at about $2,500 each. A day at the beach may run you a few dollars for parking, but a day at Disneyland will run you $99 to just get in. As a ballpark figure to include things like this you should plan on about $4,000-$5,000 each minimum. There are a few caveats to this as well. If you are under 18 you won't be able to do any of this. If you are not at least 25 you will find renting a car a bit tougher. Some rental agencies will rent to people 21 to 24 but with an extra fee, very few will rent to 18-20 year olds. For Hotels many require you to be at least 21, there are a few that allow 18+ bookings. For both Hotels and Car Rentals, the person renting will need a credit card in their name. The Grand Canyon can be done, but you are looking at about a minimum of an extra 3-5 days to drive out there, see the Canyon and return to LA.
  • Hire a car in the USA means a car and driver. You want to rent a car. You will need to be 25 and have a major credit card, check the web sites of Enterprise, Avis, Alamo, Hertz Go on travel sites, such as Expedia to see hotel costs. Most hotel rooms accommodate 4 adults. Stay away from Motel 6 and a Super 8 motel chains. Nasty. Looking at hotels around the Grand Canyon: $80-$280+. Most are just over $100 per night. Hotels charge taxes and fees, be sure they are included in the price you see online. You will need to be 21 to check in and have a major credit card. Some hotels offer a small free breakfast. For fast food plan on $7-$15 per meal. Airfare varies greatly. How far out you book your flight. When you fly. What airport you fly into.
  • Airfare: $2500 or so each round trip. OC's answer was each way. Of course, it all depends when you fly, how far in advance you book, day of the week, time of day. Flights vary by hundreds of dollars. Hotel: $100-$200 per night, on average per room. Food: Figure $30-$50 per person per day Car: $300 per week Theme parks: Disney is $150 for one day for a park hopper ticket. Average for Universal, Knotts, etc is about $100 per day. Add $15-$20 for parking. Souvenirs: $5-$5000. Set a budget and stick to it. Grand Canyon is an expensive side trip. It may not seem far on a map, but it's about 500 miles each way, approximately a 10 hour drive. Figure $100 for gas, and a hotel stay of $150, and you've used up 2 days minimum and $650.
  • Try hotels.com. Grand Canyon is a days drive away. Hotels aren't cheap.
  • Difficult to get a estimate, depends upon your expenses
  • You're going to need around 10,000$ Visit http://www.ibeach.us ,it has lots of articles and includes what you need and what you don't , just press the search button and bam ,you got your answer
  • Arnold is a noob you dont spend more in times of econmic downfall, you cut costs and spending, but for a government they should also cut as much taxes, cause thats what struggles the buying power of people. higher taxes = no spending money = death of usa high government programs = higher taxes= no spending money= death low taxes+ low government programs = high spending = higher ecominic growth= more tax money to the government
  • No, the Union should secede from California and stop feeding off of the Golden State.
  • The problem in Ca. is that they are condoning gay marriage, and abortion. Until we see a whole lot of repentance going on it will just get worse.
  • I'll be moving back to California without any money only some money left over from when I was doing work studies. How much is it going to be to register a 1998 saturn and how much will insurance cost? I've only been driving since February 21st 2012, cause I didn't pass my test before so i'm 21 and only had my license for a year HELP? I have no phone to call either :(
  • Because no one wants to look it up for you. Since you have internet, why don't you go to the California DMV website and email them, or look it up on there. It's been a while since I lived there, but after all the fees and registration it's probably going to be north of 150 dollars. You need to register it, get plates, get emissions, and safety inspection. Seriously, does anyone on yahoo answers even know what google is?
  • When I have had my license for one year me and my cousin are planning a trip to California but we have to save up money we are going by car and we are going to stop in every state we go through we live in Virginia right now and we need to know how much to save up Can anyone tell me how much we need to save up for gas and hotels and food and everything else
  • If you don't know how to figure that out, you're too young to be making the trip. Can't imagine parents who would allow their inexperienced drivers to make such a trip. Sit down and figure it out. It shouldn't be too difficult, with the help of the Internet. Although, if you're under 18 - or 21 for some places - you're going to have a hard time finding hotels to stay in along the way.
  • You can easily spend $1000 each way for fuel. Then hotels/motels at $50 up a night. Lots of meals and pay for things you want to do. Better have access to $5 thousand if you want to get back home.
  • California has many volunteer opportunities for people living in their state, whether you are a citizen or on a visa. http://money.howstuffworks.com/economics... There are no programs specifically for foreign groups to travel to work in state run group homes for children, foster homes, or private organizations, such as http://www.lmch.org/united-methodist-chi... You may be able to volunteer once here, but there are no programs such as http://www.crossculturalsolutions.org/ from your country to the USA to help children without parents in California. Volunteer opportunities with children http://www.more4kids.info/652/top-childrens-charities/ United Way First Call For Help http://www.unitedway.org (for California http://www.unitedwaysca.org/ ) acts as clearinghouse of local community resources for those in need and lists volunteer opportunities for ages 13+. Homeless shelters and centers http://www.homelessshelterdirectory.org/ Project Night Night http://www.projectnightnight.org Now, if you'd like an opportunity on an Organic Farm - you could volunteer with children in your spare time after working on the farm - try this organization http://www.wwoof.org Best to you!
  • There are no more orphanages - we use the foster care system nationwide. If you do not have a green card, you may NOT be able to volunteer - many organizations in the USA require criminal background checks, for instance, and you won't accept (or pay for) such from a foreign government. That said, you can apply to volunteer and be upfront about your non-residence status, and the organization can guide you: How to Find Volunteering Opportunities http://www.coyotecommunications.com/stuf...Provides a plethora of links and a lot of specific ideas beyond "the usual." Includes instructions on how to find specific volunteering opportunities (with animals, with children, just for one day, etc.). Web Sites that List Local Volunteering Opportunities http://www.coyotecommunications.com/stuf...Not limited to the USA or Canada.
  • conservative here,, Yes , we are overtaxed 91/4 % sales(after it just dropped 1% 2 weeks ago, used to be 10 1/4..Utility taxes, fuel tax, property taxes, business tax, employment tax, sdi tax, the list goes on and on..DON"T forget about the toughest smog and air control in the nation.. This is why companies are leaving... Plus OVER 30% of all welfare is here in this state, and that money has to come from taxes
  • I particularly like the part where California "will be setting up a new agency" to deal with their business problems. Leave it to a Liberal,the State is broke,businesses are running away like the whole State is on fire,their unfunded liabilities for Pensions etc are going to crush them like an egg,and what is their solution? Create ANOTHER bureaucracy! These people are insane,they have literally lost touch with reality. YTP
  • These liberals are lying about Arnold. Everyone knows he had no power. California has always been controlled by the ultra-liberal State Assembly (and Public Sector Unions).
  • Arnold was not conservative. Anyone denying this is a complete, utter moron. He married into arguably the most famous liberal American family in history, and drastically grew the CA state government.
  • Yes. They are soooooo pro illegal alien, and that is just about what Orange County is now, LA is full of illegals and the laws are ignored. Pretty soon, that's going to be their biggest tax resource guzzling enterprise. The taxes to pay for it are too high,and people/biz are leaving. Libs spread destruction where ever they go. the sad party is, the libs will follow the jobs to other states, thus spreading their ideology. bad for America for sure. .
  • Funny how many of those LIBERAL policies were drafted by a Republican in the statehouse and signed by a Republican governor, huh??
  • Last time I checked Schwarzenegger was a republican. He had failed the state before leaving office.
  • The first four words defeated your whole point.
  • No more Pete Wilson...
  • "Liberal policies"?? You mean, made by their last REPUBLICAN, conservative governor?
  • First off, I think you mean a "plane" ticket...as in "airplane". Second, go to the websites of various airlines and price your flight. Or go to a site like Expedia.com or tripadvisor.com and price your flight. As to the spending money part, California is fairly pricey. Your best bet would be to ask your friend how much to bring. Have a good trip.
  • It depends on where you are flying to or from. Plane tickets to Los Angeles are typically around 350 dollars per person. To California it goes from $300 to $500.
  • A "plain" ticket for what? Or do you mean a "plane" ticket? Too many variables to answer. Go to a travel agent, or use one of the on-line travel sites, input your parameters and you'll get a list of fares. Travelocity, Expedia, Orbitz, Kayak, etc. are good. The budget airlines won't be found there, though. You have to go directly to their websites to get fare quotes.
  • Getting California residency is dependent on being able to demonstrate self-sufficiency. It is incredibly hard to become a California resident for tuition purposes if you are doing undergraduate studies.
  • Have any friends in Tennessee that want to come out and visit you? Have them take your car and, I guess, ask them to pay for gas, stopping at a hotel and finding their own way back? Hopefully you could at least let them stay with you and pay for some meals while they visit. I can't imagine asking someone to do this, but that's about the only plausible thing I can think of. I can think of a few more absurd ways, though. Put a GPS in it that can only be routed to go to California, leave it for someone to steal and hope he is really, really stupid. Know anyone who hopes to become a race car driver? Say that his/her hero became so good by driving from Tennessee to the Pacific Ocean.
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  • Well, if you could get someone to steal it and abandon it in CA, then yeah. But realistically, even if you knew someone who wanted to drive for three days, you would have to pay for the gas and an airplane ticket back to TN.
  • naw no way should have just drove it
  • no - hang on - try magic!
  • Push it ;)
  • One thing the state government of California will never be accused of is competence or efficiency.
  • Go into your Hr department and change the California withholding amount. Have it reduced to little or nothing. But that money in the bank and once they get their act together file a 540-es (estimated taxes) and send them the amount that should have been deducted. I am withholding all my taxes to the State and sending in an estimated payment instead. First estimated is due April 15, until then, no state taxes.
  • California needs to reform it's tax system. They need to repeal prop 13, you know the cap on property tax one. CA needs property taxes to balance the budget. I know property is worth a lot in Ca and people don't want to pay high property taxes but the state is going bankrupt because of it. Income taxes and sales taxes are not stable enough to run a state. It is alright for extra money, but they need a stable income source to run the state. Getting rid or term limits or making them longer will help because having inexperienced politicians run the show is bad because they'll listen to special interests because they need help and don't know to do. Then the special interests ruin the state.
  • The voters of California placed those laws there, not the Governor. In order to do away the the will of the people, he would have to assume powers that he does not have. I don't think a state dictatorship will work out too well. If the people see there is a problem, then the people should get together and vote in referendums to repeal their laws. ~
  • No, you will have to just spend the money. California and New York models use a manifold type catalytic converter. They all cost around $1,000 because you are not just replacing the converter but also the exhaust manifold.
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  • Im planning on saving up money and have been thinking about moving to California at the end of the summer. I have never been and would like to know a good place to move to as a first timer over there. I don't really want to live in LA and I have been looking into San Diego a little bit. From the east coast. Just would like some pointers. Thank you!
  • Well it depends on your personal style, what you like in a place to live... do you like a big suburban sprawl? Then San Diego county. True urban city with lots of culture? San Francisco. The other answerer is right, must have car if moving to so cal. The public trans down here isn't great, except if you live somewhere like Oceanside can take the coaster train all the way to downtown SD and there's a trolley from there to the border. The north county buses are sparse and confusing. The north co. however isn't totally affluent though, mostly middle class. The higher price areas are mid-county and along the coast, such as Rancho Bernardo, La Jolla, Del Mar, Carlsbad. Oceanside, Vista, San Marcos, Fallbrook and Temecula in Riverside not bad prices and about 40 minutes driving to downtown. San Francisco- consider not having a car. The gas prices are higher, the parking is ridiculous and the drivers/roads are scary, confusing. The tolls on the bridges are outrageous also. But can live in the east bay and take the BART train or north bay in Marin and take the ferry or buses. It's easy and cheap to do. Marin is a wonderful place to live btw, beautiful open spaces, beaches and safe neighborhoods. I've noticed in San Diego the people tend to dress way more casual and laid back, shorts, sandals, "pacsun" kind of apparel. Also, there's a lot more christian religious folks and generally more conservative beliefs and politics. In the Bay Area people dress "smart" and classy. Like how they do it in London or New York. City chic. There are a lot of liberals, gays, anything goes. There are tons of differences in minorities too, not just one or two groups mainly. So cal has hot but erratic weather... the sunny season lasts longer (I'm already wearing bikinis in April) but there's sudden bouts of tropical-like humid thunder storms in summer. "Santa Ana" winds in the fall which are warm breezes. It's only cold from around late November thru March but mild winter. Nor cal is only truly hot on some days between about June-September. The 4 seasons are far more distinct and about equal length. Fall is absolutely stunning, beautiful trees. Some months of the winter it will rain for a month solid. It rarely will get cold enough to snow and often does get black ice on the roads, cars and gardens get covered in frost. The spring is nice, lots of orange california poppies everywhere. Both places have wine countries. Both places are known for their produce and plants in general, be it fruit, veggies, flowers, marijuana... whatever you're into. Both have good concerts/events that come through but I think SF might be just a little bit better in terms of clubs and shopping, maybe I'm biased. SD does have some good spots though like in the Gaslamp area downtown, Pacific beach, Hillcrest. Cost of living is higher in the bay area but the jobs pay better. I really would look into the employment options before u consider moving because surely the main industries are different here and there. Many people I know in so cal work in fashion, art or entertainment for instance. Up north there's more jobs with computers, in offices (methinks). EDIT: Thought I'd add a bit about natural disasters- There are frequent, mostly small earthquakes either place. No tsunami though like Japan, only place that got hit by that one was Cresent city or states in the far north have higher chance. San Diego the downtown floods, so do parts of Marin and LA. There are mudslides if you live on the bottom of a hill after a huge rain. Living on the coastline, it erodes and places fall off the edge. Same goes for certain roads, such as scenic hwy 1, the rocks and mud pose hazard for drivers. We do have bad droughts some years and huge wildfires. No hurricanes or tornados, if so then extremely rare. Snowed in, avalanches, only in the sierra mts. Erm yeah, don't move to LA. Cool to visit sometimes when you're 2 hours away in SD but I always can't wait to leave after a day or two. The pollution gets trapped in it's valley, so smoggy and the freeways are awful. Good luck! It is fine living out here, hope you can make it happen.
  • You need at least $10K saving, since it is very difficult to find a job in CA now, allow 6 months to get a job. It is better to move in one car package and drive 5 days to across the country. CA is expensive, want to live alone, rent starts from $1000/month, want to live closer to beach, expect much more, share with others, you need $600 at least. You need a car to stay in SoCal, north county of San Diego is affluent area, the east is very dry hot desert area, the south is majority mexican area
  • Watch out....if Obama get's in, god forbid, he wants to bail out Africa too.....for more money-- $845-billion ($2,500+++ for each taxpayer!), no thanks!!! I don't want to donate 2 cents!!!....his "priority project". http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?f...
  • Well, CA's problems were just announced, where as the credit crash has been in a holding pattern for 2 weeks. As soon as the credit situation eases up, CA will get its money in order to meet its November payroll.
  • Let 'em die on the vine. That's what would happen to me if I spent money like no tomorrow and over extended myself. Has anyone in the Government ever heard of a budget?
  • Who cares .... California can sell some of that silicone and repay all it's debts.
  • CA. is the most expensive taxed state in the US. how is possible for them to runout of money. Arnold needs to be investigated. Also they should have had a plan in place in the 80's, called welfare to work to ease people into jobs and off welfare. This is sad.
  • First you go to your employer and make sure you do NOT get a refund from your state next year even if you have to owe a little (redo your W4) then hundreds of thousands may have to just go out and find jobs instead of the welfare. Not knocking those needing true help only those on the system through 5 generations.
  • i think of an audit of the welfare rolls in California is so as. Having lived obtainable for 4 years employed interior the analyze of financial crimes, i will attest to the incontrovertible fact that between the blacks and Mexicans, fraud runs rampant. identity and removing of reproduction funds by myself will return hundreds of thousands to the coffers. this is additionally an remarkable time to be the 1st state to MANDATE a 40 hour paintings week for all in a position welfare recipients, who can then carry out municipal provider jobs that are the two sub-shriveled out or paid on the state payroll. CA could additionally strengthen a great deal of gross sales by utilising enforcing fines on agencies who hire illegals, besides as people who lease out rooms and residences to them. Are you particular it rather is all tax refunds, or in basic terms the "refund" paid to those those with earning that qualify for "Earned earnings" status? i would not waste time nor capability reading the l. a. cases. it rather is not extra of a respected booklet than the ny cases is.
  • CNAs don't make a lot of money. If you want to make "a lot of money", you should go back to school for an extra year and a half at a community college and become an RN. As far as being a CNA in Cali, you could find a home-health company and go to old rich people's houses to take care of them...but then again, they would rather hire LPNs or RNs....
  • I'm biking from Canada to Mexico, down the California coast, raising money for kids with special needs. Check it out at Facebook.com/cycle4awareness http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcMrmQ48BtI That's beside the point. I think it would be cool to shoot a mini movie while biking. Maybe 60second clips, like the movie Chronical or Clover field. Some ideas I had we're a comedy, that someone is following me, and at the end just gives me my wallet back. Another idea is that when we are flying to Canada, there is some kind of outbreak. And while we're biking, have it seem like everyone is gone. Maybe a futuristic addition, like I'm talking to my iPhone, Siri. I'm just spitballing now. Any ideas?
  • description of question : I'm biking from Canada to Mexico, down the California coast, raising money for kids with special needs. That's beside the point. I think it would be cool to shoot a mini movie while biking. Maybe 60second clips, like the movie Chronical or Clover field. Some ideas I had we're a comedy, that someone is following me, and at the end just gives me my wallet back. Another idea is that when we are flying to Canada, there is some kind of outbreak. And while we're biking, have it seem like everyone is gone. Maybe a futuristic addition, like I'm talking to my iPhone, their are any short ideas.
  • Celebrity scum, get a job and set up a trust fund instead of living off peoples donations. http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/loca...http://rideacrossamerica.us/
  • I currently receiving Tanf in California.I receive for both my girls 533 a month. The father of my children was abusive so I left him and got a protective order.He does not work but collects unemployment benefit 1900 month I know that child support would go after him and collect their money.My questions is if I move out to a different state, and close my welfare case there, are they still going to help me collect child support from him? Or do I have to open a case in another state? I was using the child support calculations in California and it said he suppose to be paying 694 a month, but I only receive 533 month from the welfare. How does that work?
  • In California the court is required to use a mathematical formula to determine the child support amount. The formula is called the state wide uniform guideline. Get your self a calculator, pencil and paper. Do the math your self. You should know what the payment amount before you go to court. 4055. (a) The statewide uniform guideline for determining child support orders is as follows: CS = K [HN -- (H%)(TN)]. (b) (1) The components of the formula are as follows: (A) CS = child support amount. (B) K = amount of both parents' income to be allocated for child support as set forth in paragraph (3). (C) HN = high earner's net monthly disposable income. (D) H% = approximate percentage of time that the high earner has or will have primary physical responsibility for the children compared to the other parent. In cases in which parents have different time-sharing arrangements for different children, H% equals the average of the approximate percentages of time the high earner parent spends with each child. (E) TN = total net monthly disposable income of both parties. (2) To compute net disposable income, see Section 4059. (3) K (amount of both parents' income allocated for child support) equals one plus H% (if H% is less than or equal to 50 percent) or two minus H% (if H% is greater than 50 percent) times the following fraction: Total Net Disposable Income Per Month K $0-800 0.20 + TN/16,000 $801-6,666 0.25 $6,667-10,000 0.10 + 1,000/TN Over $10,000 0.12 + 800/TN For example, if H% equals 20 percent and the total monthly net disposable income of the parents is $1,000, K = (1 + 0.20) X 0.25, or 0.30. If H% equals 80 percent and the total monthly net disposable income of the parents is $1,000, K = (2 -- 0.80) X 0.25, or 0.30. (4) For more than one child, multiply CS by: 2 children 1.6 3 children 2 4 children 2.3 5 children 2.5 6 children 2.625 7 children 2.75 8 children 2.813 9 children 2.844 10 children 2.86
  • You transfer your child support case to the county you move to, they will enforce it whether you are on public assistance or not.
  • You speak of California as if it is one place. It is a sprawling region like the midwest. L.A. is 400 miles from San Francisco. Got a preference? The California Zephyr goes to San Francisco. The Southwest Chief goes to L.A. The Chief is faster due to fewer mountains, but the scenery is FAR better on the Zephyr. I recommend both trips. You can even go out on one and back the other, but it requires a trek between LA and SF (also available on the train). Both of them start in Chicago. You must first get to Chicago. Your best bet is the Amtrak Lake Shore Limited, which hugs the north edge of Ohio. Also a nice train, but you won't be on it for long. There's also decent service to Indianapolis. That's the closest. It's probably a waste of time to try to catch the Cardinal from Cincinnati, the service is too infrequent. They're working on that, but they need to build more passenger cars. That'll take years. The sooner you book, the cheaper the rate will be. Overnight coaches are very comfortable and big.
  • a million. "Stairway to Heaven" - Led Zeppelin 2. "Like A Rolling Stone" - Bob Dylan 3. "(I at the instant are not in a position to Get No) delight" - Rolling Stones 4. "an afternoon interior the existence" - Beatles 5. "Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen 6. "Baba O'Riley" - The Who 7. "Smoke on the Water" - Deep pink 8. "Sunshine Of Your Love" - Cream 9. "Roundabout" - confident 10. "Voodoo toddler (average return)" - Jimi Hendrix
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  • no,it is cheaper than california, plus our money is worth more even with the economy when changed over. just by a feww cents per a dollar, but it does add up. good luck with your move.
  • The cost of living is more in California than Canada. HOPE YOU ENJOY THE FREE HEALTH INSURANCE!!
  • it is cheaper. california is really expensive and it'll always be that way due to what is available here. but have fun in canada!
  • Are you living in California? It probably means that you got an IOU instead of actual money. ;)
  • Beth is pretty close to right, actually. The state of California probably hasn't set what they will pay in financial aid yet, or even if they will be able to. The university estimated what you may receive, but it won't pay out until the state sorts their problems out.
  • Hey (: My dream is to get a BA in Business, minor in Spanish and then become a professional makeup artist. Freelancing, that is. But, I would like to do all this in California! It has been my dream since 6th grade, and I think I would like it there. But before I move there, of course I need money, right? Can anyone help? I wanna live in maybe Irvine, and rent a one room apartment (or studio...ew) and I heard a two bed room apartment is about 1300 dollars, so a one room is probably maybe 800-1000 dollars, right? I really need help here, and also is it easy getting a job? I'm fluent in Japanese if that helps..sooo...yeah.. Thanks! (:
  • Take a look at craigslist for rentals and jobs. http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/If I were you I would save up enough to live off of for 3 months and still have enough for the return trip home if everything went bad. Maybe you could get hooked up with some type of exchange student program.
  • Give them bastards in California nothing? Stop there crazy socialist ways. I do not ant to pay my hard earned tax money to communist and queers. They need to live with in their means. Not let the rest of the country pay for them!
  • It's not 700B, it's 7 Billion.
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  • ha ha and i snap them all!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Money orders are fine. Keep your receipt or a photocopy of the money order in case it goes astray.
  • Yes. If you mail it in, use certified mail so you can prove they received it. If you take it to their office in person, get a dated receipt.
  • Yes.
  • Yes just make sure to make the MO payable to: UNITED STATES TREASURY Include your SSN and Tax year you are paying.
  • I am 16 years old in grade 11 and currently live in ontario canada, and when i go to college i am going to go to california. Money is not an issue. I take all college courses and get enough grades too pass. Like around 50-60%. How hard would it be to get into berkely? Also if you have any other suggestions like another college, i am looking to go into human resourses. thanks
  • You need almost perfect grades to get into Berkeley with a GPA of almost 4.0 unweighted and a SAT of over 2200. Since it is a state school they do not accept many international students. If you are saying 50 to 60% out of 100 there is no way you will be able to get into UCB. Since money is not an issue go to a private school. They are much more likely to accept international applicants.
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  • extremely hard. My friend was in the top 30%, took AP classes with 5's on the exams and had a GPA of 4.12 and he got in but without any offers of scholarships. plus he went to a very hard public high school.
  • Okay so far next summer we've got three people going with us for our own little senior trip. We have like two more who want to go, but they're not as sure if they're going to have enough money to go. Obviously we've chosen California, but we're all from GA and we're taking a road trip up there, stopping in Vegas. :D Only 2 of us will be 18, so we can't go clubbing. :/ The rest of us will be 17. We're not really going to be into the whole sight seeing history, museums and whatnot. More like nightlife, beaches, downtown. That sort of thing. Oh and it's not a school thing, so we're not going to be supervised.
  • California is a pretty big state... There are lots of beaches to go visit but no one can give you a "real" answer unless we really know where you are going. If you are going to San Diego (where I am from) at 17 or 18, you will be able to do a lot of shopping, eat AMAZING mexican food (well you can do that in most of California), or spend you time at the beach. Once again, until we know where you are going, no one can give you details. But don't waste your time trying to get into clubs in downtown or the beach cities. They are SERIOUS about not having anyone in the place under 21. If you plan on drinking, plan on finding yourself someone over 21 to buy and drink in your hotel room. Have fun and wear SPF!!!
  • Try to visit Great America Theme Park in Santa Clara; Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco; Six Flags at North Bay; Disneyland in Anaheim; Laguna Beach or Seaworld at San Diego; or Hollywood and Universal Studios in Los Angeles.
  • Come on down to compton :)
  • My father has a credit card debt for about 4,500 from I am guessing over 6 to 7 years ago. He is receiving letters threatening a lawsuit. I was wondering if any one knows the legal time limit in California to collect a debt? I was also wondering what a lawsuit can do, he and my mother a disabled, and live off a state check which they barely get by on. I already give them money and cannot afford to pay this bill. I am trying to figure out what legal rights we have in case we do have to go to court.
  • California statute of limitations Open Acct.: Reduced to writing 4 Open Acct.: No writing 2 Written Contract: 4 You need to find out when this account went delinquent. Have your father order his credit reports and see what the date of last activity (DOLA) says. Only use the information from the original creditor tradeline to find the DOLA. DO NOT go by any dates the collection agency has placed on there. If it is longer than 4 (or 2*) years ago, your father is no longer in the statute of limitations (SOL) in Ca. for them to collect. Even though he may be out of SOL, the collection agency may continue to try to collect. But, if he is out of SOL it would be illegal for them to take him to court on a time barred debt. If they do, he can file counterclaims against them. I would also suggest sending the collection agency a debt validation letter. After they have responded with validation, send them a SOL letter - ONLY if you are positive he is out of SOL. Some may say just to send a SOL letter without validating. I "always" recommend validating first for many reasons. The major reason is to "prove" that the collection agency "knows" full well that the account is past SOL and has proven it in their validation attempt. Another reason is that if the collection agency has violated, either on credit reports or in validating, it gives a person more counterclaims to file if the collection agency should sue. If your father is out of SOL, he is not legally bound to pay. The above information is from the assumption that it has been 6 or 7 years since your father has paid on the debt. Or at least longer than 2* years if no written agreement with original creditor and 4 years if there was an agreement in writing with the original creditor. (many times, credit card accounts to not have a signed agreement) I have included a couple links for you to check out. The first one takes you to a site that shows and explains your state statutes concerning the statute of limitaitons etc. You can also find out Ca.'s exemptions on that site. The second link is for a free do it yourself credit repair forum. You can find letters etc on dealing with the collection agency. Plus there is a very large support base of people who are going through, have been going through what your father is going through. Do some reading in the newbie forum and the credit forum. If you have any questions, feel free to post a thread and ask.
  • I don't live in Ca but in my state ,the statute of limitations on this is 4yrs....companies do not usually add fees each month for 6-7 yrs as suggested above....they write it off as bad debt in 6-9 months and then may file a lawsuit to obtain a judgment. If your parents have nothing, they will not bother. If they have property , they just might. You would know if they had a judgment against them because they would have been served papers and had to appear in court. If not, I would call the company and tell them to stop harassing your parents. (Once a judgment has been issued, it can be renewed indefinitely. ) DO NOT PAY ANYTHING...once you make any kind of payment, they CAN AND WILL start the process all over again and the four years begins again. Get some info from your courthouse on stat of limitations for contracts before calling, It's important to know your rights BEFORE you call them. You are not responsible for paying this debt ever...don't let them tell you that. Keep in mind that these people are unscrupulous and will do anything to hurt you.
  • Credit cards are considered to be "open book" type accounts which have a 4 year statute of limitations from the date of the last entry on the account. Credit card companies are notorious for adding monthly charges indefinitely to prevent the statute of limitations from tolling. My recommendation is call the creditor and negotiate for them to write off some of this debt in consideration of a small cash payment at this time. They may be willing to negotiate with you to close the account in light of your parents' disabilities and low income. Also, even if they get a judgment against them and they don't own any property they know they will never collect the debt and may not waste their time pursuing them. Hope that helps NotaryLawyerS.com my other project
  • properly you're able to do 2 issues, one is request that each and each physique communication is performed in writing, the 2nd is greater relaxing. you are able to say particular shop calling me like my subject has replaced in one day, hello we can communicate, i will repeat myself each and each day or weekly as I even have not hit the lottery heck we can grow to be maximum suitable acquaintances, and replace Christmass taking part in cards, yet that may not substitute the undeniable fact that i don't have the funds today. The latter confuses them because of the fact they assume yelling and so on.. Get there call next time the call say hello is this Bob? sorry issues have not replaced when you consider that final week, if no longer ask to talk with them, heck in case you would be harrassed have some relaxing with it
  • I live in California, me and my wife have good-paying jobs (in total,every two weeks, we get $4,000), and we're willing to take the time/money to care for a pet wolf. I want to know if it's legal, how may acres I need, how much the permit would be, how much the shots would be (all added up in total) and other stuff that I'd need to know. If it is legal, I'm gonna get 2-4 wolves (as pups) since they live in packs.
  • I was with my sister and her bf and her boyfriend said that there's some people that tame wolves, and they don't snap, that it's cats (lions, tigers, etc., even domestic cats) that snap randomly. I've had a cat before, and it would be all calm, then randomly, it would go crazy and run upstairs and I'd hear a lot of thumping from it running around.
  • CALIFORNIA Ownership of pure wolves is illegal except by the few people qualifying for a valid permit from Fish and Game. Among the criteria for such a permit are rigid requirements for facilities and experience in raising such animals, along with approval of the USDA. "Any F1 (first) generation wolf hybrid whelped on or before February 4, 1988 may be possessed under permit from the department. No state permit is required to possess the progeny of F1 generation wolf hybrids, but cities and counties may prohibit possession or require a permit." I understand that as long as it's not a pure wolf it's alright. Cost for caring for them should be pretty much around the same as large dogs. Check this guy out he seems really experienced. http://www.starcrosswolves.com/index.html I don't recommend wolves though. No one will take them in when you can't take care of them anymore. There's a reason why Little Red was afraid of the Big Bad Wolf. They can knock people over and how will you walk 4 wolves? If you have children that'd be like taking care of 12 kids...
  • I think it is legal, but trust me, it will NOT make a good pet AT ALL. They are not like dogs. They can weight up to 180 pounds and jump/dig a 7 foot fence with no problem. They cannot eat dog food you find at a local pet store. They need rice, chicken, lamb, red meat, apples, carrots, and potatoes daily. Every other week they need to eat rabbit for their digestive system too. But, you can ADOPT a wolf (Meaning not taking it home) either at Wolf Mountain Sanctuary (If you live in Southern California) or Never Cry Wolf (If you live in northern California) http://www.nevercrywolfrescue.com/adoption.asp http://www.wolfmountain.com/adoptions%202006.htm Hope this helps
  • I m just responding to all these comments about wolves being bad choices.they aren t. My dad has had multiple as pets and yes they do need to be tamed but so does every other pet, I mean it s not like your going out in the wild and taking one home or anything. It was his favorite pet he s ever had and he prefers them over normal dogs.
  • It's not legal. All wildlife comes under federal protection and that means your state's DNR office is the one with the final say. As the other person pointed out your state does not allow it.
  • it may be legal . but i think its dangerous ! if the wolf is not tamed , you probably cannot have it as a pet . if its trained or something like that, i guess its your pet
  • Your answers are all correct thus far. You have not paid a dime into insurance fund in California. Hence you can only collect zero. I hear the military is still hiring. */End of Line.
  • Absolutely not. You can only collect unemployment from a job in the state where you worked. You probably could have collected unemployment from the state of N J if you still had residency there.
  • I believe wingshooter08 is correct, you probably qualify for unemployment in New Jersey, since that was where until now you have been paying your unemployment insurance. I think that as long as you are actively looking for a job, it does not matter where you live, and they would pay until your benefits expire or until you find a job in CA. After that if you ever found yourself in the same position you would apply for Unemployment in CA.
  • You want to collect unemploymetn from California for a job that you had in NJ? Try NJ!
  • what you could do is go the US Post office and buy a International Money order that way the person in UK can cash that money order in their post office also while you are at the post office you could also buy a International reply coupon -which lets the person in UK pay for the postage to send the item to you
  • I want to move to california once i finish up my veterinary technology degree here in denver, co. I'm looking for a place that is low key, MUST be near a beach, and has really pretty scenery. I like mountains and trees too... BUT, i would rather be by an ocean and then be a short drive from the mountains. I don't want to live in a big city cuz i hate wanting to go downtown somewhere and there is just a bunch of drunk idiots. haha. I want to live some place where people have goals and ambition but like to have a good time without getting completely smashed every weekend. I'm almost 25 years old and single. Please help me out! I've been trying to google some places, but haven't had much luck. Thanks!
  • California offers a lot of variety, so it depends a lot on what you like. If you want to live near the beach because you like to surf or spend time in the water, then southern California will be your choice. San Diego has the warmest beaches, with some charming towns in north San Diego county, including Del Mar, Encinitas, Carlsbad and Oceanside. The area is nice because you avoid the sprawl of Orange County/Los Angeles area, but it is a short drive to San Diego when you want some night life. There are a lot of fun things to do in the greater San Diego area. You can check out some of the websites below for ideas. http://www.sandiego.org/http://www.san-diego-beaches-and-adventu...
  • Can't imagine very many places that you can live by the beach on a vet tech income. And certainly not in a place that the majority of the residents have "goals & ambitions"... average salary for an entry level vet tech is around $30000 per year. There aren't many places in California that you can support yourself with less than $36000 and this is for a basic paycheck to paycheck kind of life. Living by the beach will be significantly more costly.
  • Orange County
  • Won't be cheap, but Santa Barbara, or communities between Santa Barbara and LA. Lot's of rich people (like celebrities) live there that have horses. As I recall there is a polo grounds in Carpenteria, don't see those in the USA much. Horses need vets.
  • I live in Australia. But, early next year (2013), I am planning to go to California, USA. Just for 7-10 days at most. I am going to find out cost of flights and accommodation. So, that isn't included in this question. But as it is my first time overseas, I am wondering if anyone could tell me how much I should save for things like; Food. Souvenirs/spending money, and Disneyland in Anaheim (I have to go there!) Obviously the more money I have, the better. But would $1000 be a reasonable minimum for food for a week, Dland and spending money?
  • Yeah it is, don't stay in Hollywood though, it's a hole, stay in the Venice beach Cotel on windward AV, was there myself last year, good place for a hostel. You'll be fine have a good time
  • California is in need of money, so they're ticketing for EVERYTHING!! My husband just got a ticket for having his music too loud. We live in the Bay Area and they're looking for anything to have us pay out extra in California. You see they just raised the sale's tax AGAIN???
  • in CA it is technically illegal to block the sidewalk (you may not have been blocking the whole thing). you might have some really asshole neighbors who can call that in and get u a ticket.
  • It's a city code violation. Something to do with cars being able to turn around.+ CA needs the $. I would fight it and see what happens.
  • Okay, first of all, don't stereotype people just because of a few people. I am a Southern Californian girl, and a.) I'm not spoiled. I work hard to buy myself nice things that I like. B.) not even close to lame. C.) yes, there are some mean girls in SoCal, but I'm not, my friends aren't, etc. Some are mean because they have confidence issues. And basically, in general, it's all with our additude. And not every single girl in southern California is spoiled, lame , mean, and money hungry.
  • Do you KNOW all the girls in the Northwest and southern California? Stop prejudging them all. God bless.
  • california women are sallow and materialistic. there are more hometown values in the pacific northwest.
  • SoCal gal very privileged , have better car, much easier life.
  • cuz we women are actually taught correctly and not to just fool around and treat others who are different from us! also explains why most of them are bitchess..
  • Must be the weather
  • just the way they are raised
  • Hi my husband has been paying alimony for the past 2 years, and still has four years left to pay. I was wondering if since his ex has moved in with another man for over a year and they are now expecting a child if he still has to pay. I know that if she remarries he does not but I was wondering what about this situation? He pays 400 a month and that money would come in handy, we live in california.
  • You should take action immediately. In fact, your husband could have sought relief from the court a year ago. Under California Family Code Section 4323: "Except as otherwise agreed to by the parties in writing, there is a rebuttable presumption, affecting the burden of proof, of decreased need for spousal support if the supported party is cohabiting with a person of the opposite sex. Upon a determination that circumstances have changed, the court may modify or terminate the spousal support...." You should also look as California Family Code Section 4320 and 3650. What the above code section means is that when you walk into court on this issue the court must already "presume" that your husband's spousal support should be changed/reduced and/or terminated. His ex wife has the burden of proving why it should not be changed, which can be a very difficult task. Additionally, it would appear the ex and her new partner are in a long term committed relationship with a child on the way... this is very good evidence that your husband's spousal support obligation should be terminated.
  • No, She has to be married to the man in order for the alimony to stop. So you have four more years to go until he has to stop paying her.
  • Yes until she is married he has to pay. She must have had one HELL of a lawyer to get spousal support for six years. Usually it is just until she is able to secure employment to support herself. I would suggest he speak to his lawyer though.
  • California has one of the highest unemployment rates and costs of living in the country whereas Texas has both lower unemployment and a lower cost of living.
  • how is it that you can just up and move there, then? they do have immigration laws just like they do here, you know. and they dont have a benefits system so if you are out of work, you're homeless or on your way back to england. if you are moving there legally, then i would say both would be OK for you, as long as you are fine with people going round with guns in their cars in texas
  • You have a visa, I presume? If not, you're going nowhere andit's highly unlikely they will give you one without you have a STEM deegree and employment lined up.
  • Depends on your qualifications. I wouldn't recommend such a move until you have a job lined up though.
  • California is a good place to deport someone to hell, unless we send them to Mars on the next flight out.
  • texas
  • Good luck! I've lived in huge towns like san francisco and little **** redneck towns in california and prices for a small house are between 250,000 and 3,000,000. It's insane, but prices are going down.
  • i have no idea...but something in my mind is saying Fresno, ca for some reason...so look into it.
  • Money is worth the same in Washington and California. How valuable currency is changes from country to country, not state to state.
  • What! WA and CA use the same currency. They are both in the US. LOL If you are talking about the cost of living, it depends on what part of WA and what part of CA you are wanting to be in. Both have expensive areas, but CA is probably more expensive.
  • Obama wouldn't give any money to California to help it out because Arnold is a Republican. Obama has to do everything possible to make Arnold look bad.
  • Put down the pipe. First, junior, California is a state; not a city. Cite what city is laying off 4k employees. The Cosby show?! Really? Is that the new lie for the week? Again, put down the pipe.
  • The stimulus has done nothing for anyone in the long run. All Obama has accomplished with his criminal spending is to get us even deeper in debt than ever before.
  • I doubt that it did considering Cal. is among the highest unemployment States in the union. I don't agree w/ Obama attempting to spend his way through the recession but at least it appears the spiral down is diminishing.
  • That state's wealthy Republican governor who married into an even wealthier family refuses to tax his own kind so someone else has to pay for it. That's why average Californians are loosing their jobs and having disability, unemployment benefits, etc...cut back.
  • The stimulus package was not intended to bale out government workers. You are wrong again. Everyone knows California is a Republican state. Once again you prove yourself foolish.
  • Is yous a highs school graduate? Or is yous a dropout? Nice grammar on all your questions today. Stimulus packages typically don't show a marked response, good or bad that quickly. Bush messed up this country's economy pretty badly with his illegal war in Iraq. Give our current President the chance he deserves to fix things. He was left a MESS after GW.
  • Last I checked, the stimulus package didn't do a darned thing for the people you mention...
  • I imagine they found it as stimulating as the rest of us ;0]
  • Yeah, or that last round where they lowered the withholding or something. Who knew ? Im not sure I even got it. Some say we did. Give me $500 and I will spend it.
  • It didn't save anyone's job. But it has increased our national debt to astronomical levels
  • I would try Costa Mesa. For southern California, the housing is cheap. There are grocery stores close by; its not very far from the beach; it has a ton of other shopping, and being in such a suburban area; anything you need isn't very far away. It's also located in Orange County. It is "technically" a 45 minute drive from L.A; but as I'm sure you know I wouldn't be surprised if it was realistically a 2 hour drive from the city in heavy traffic. And It's a 5 minute drive from Newport Beach. This makes it a reasonable commute to L.A; good for jobs. As for the people; 39% of the people who live there are ages 25 to 44; many of them have children. The median income for a family is $55,456; just so you can compare that to yourselves. That's my suggestion to you, my sister lived in Huntington Beach, and got tired of paying unreasonably high rent, and having a huge cost of living. She and her husband moved to Costa Mesa (cheap, cheap rent for SoCal), she said it's a great family town and perfect for what they were looking for. I've been there many times; and its really a great place to live. I really suggest you put it on your list of things to consider! Good luck! :) Try this website for close shopping: http://www.orangecountyshopping.com/cost...Other websites : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Costa_Mesa,...http://www.ci.costa-mesa.ca.us/http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-search/Costa-Mesa_CA
  • Sacramento!!! It's the capital, and even though it's not as well known as SF/San Diego/LA, it still has it's charm! We have the best of both worlds; big city feel and nightlife as well as the small town vibe. And we also have more nature-filled things (such as the American River, Folsom Lake, etc.) ...Sacramento is also reasonably priced compared to the other big cities I mentioned above, but there is a lot to do despite what other people say. You are also close to Napa, SF, and Lake Tahoe! I know someone who has a small $800k house in SF...they can get a big house in Sacramento for that same amount. And there's always good job opportunities here, especially political jobs since it is the capital after all.
  • dude cali is huge .. i live in socal and its really not that expensive .. im 2 blocks from the beach, next to a trainstation but its not that loud at all. and live in a 1bd private home not like condo appts. and pay 875 a month. not too hard to find a job if ure really lookin. can diego isnt that bad, if ure willing to stay like in ocean beach maybe or like in between ob and sd. alotta jobs in sd of course, but u gotta look. id suggest trying to get a job b4 u come out via internet . we moved out here from jersey, had no job n place... found an appt within 5 days of being here and got jobs maybe a month later
  • I'm doing that with my friends to Italy.. but not RV cause ya know.. the whole fact of that ocean... San Diego is expensive and you'd have to start out small. Then eventally work your way up.
  • omg you can sleep over at my house dude! haha, small towns like the one i live in are like less than 100,000 people.. there are a lot of small towns you could try.
  • orange county baby!!! really cheap housing thats not so far from la/oc is riverside or inland empire ahhh i love californiaa
  • What is the best way to avoid paying Workers Comp insurance? Yes, I understand not having employees is one way! We have a Housecleaning Company, and I require all my maids to get a business license, and I pay their "company" hence, them. If they provide me with a business license, and I "Contract" with them to clean homes I have, is this a viable way around the "problem"? I pay them via 1099, and assume this is the best way to avoid the extreme expense of paying this outrageous insurance. Any other ways, and are there any flaws in my way of setting up my company? Looking for any and all ideas to get around this waste of money.. My business would be in California... the most business-adverse state in the Union.
  • I love California law because it certainly is a pro-employee state, but the answer is simple. First lets begin with there is no such thing as as a 1099 employee. Either he/she is an independent contractor or they independent consultant. In order for you to avoid paying WC insurance the employees must meet all of the below criteria per California law. Stating the following items in an agreement help with independent contractor status: The worker is responsible for his/her own taxes etc. The worker will not be receiving benefits. All you are interested in are the results, and you have no say in the method, manner or means of performance. The worker will submit invoices on his/her letterhead (there own company.) The worker has provided a copy of his/her own business card (there own company.) The worker will work at home or, alternatively, will pay rent for use of the business’s office and equipment. The worker is free to work on projects for others. The term of the agreement is for a fixed period (rather than being open-ended). Providing benefits to the worker is a strong indication of an employee relationship. It is very dangerous to change current or former employees to independent contractor status. With a full-time worker, the longer the relationship continues the more likely the government is to consider the worker to be an employee. Microsoft and some other companies use one year. Others use the 1,000 hours (six months) that is the maximum period ERISA allows before employees begin receiving benefits. Based on what you plan on doing it sounds as if you will be found liable to pay WC on these employees if heaven forbid there was an injury or accident. More importantly, as the previous poster wrote RWA they would at a minimum be required to carry this insurance especially since they will be in others homes and/or offices. Although he is 100% correct the problem is I am certain you will be dictating to them how to perform there job and I will assume you plan on scheduling them? These actions alone.. Even if just the first one will automatically make them employees.
  • I hired a company to do landscaping work, after hiring I checked the contractors license, found out they didn't carry workers compensation insurance. When I confronted them they stated they were not required to carry the insurance because the employees were considered sub-contractors! When I looked it up the law it stated any company with two or more employees were required to carry the insurance.
  • the big flaw is if they get hurt they can sue you directly instead of work-mans comp, all sub contractors must have liability insurance and work-mans comp
  • is the employer mandated to keep the employees same position prior of getting hurt? How long do the employer have to keep the position.
  • i have been cleared by my jobs lawyer but i there is still systems when i went to another doctor the job wont except them what do i do
  • There are California compliant variations of both rifles. All you will need to buy either is money and a government issued photo ID. You can't buy a firearm California defines as an assault rifle--so California compliant variations are just like buying any other rifle. By the way, you can't actually buy a (Colt) AR-15 since they are one of the models specifically banned, but you can buy AR-15 clones.
  • CA has such asinine gun laws it would be laughable if it were funny. The manufacturer has to supply a list for review, And it can not be on their "list" of "evil" guns. This list gets added to. Then pay a fee for EACH model in order to sell it. (If I remember right, $20,000 a model) Why many manufactures no longer sell in CA. Exactly as the libs want it. It all can change by the time you go to purchase one.
  • I believe so if you are over the age of 16. That is how it is in most states, California is pretty liberal. If 16, you can get birth control, etc.
  • It has always been legal (or not illegal) for the players, but illegal for the sites to allow US players since the Bush administration (meaning it was illegal in 2010 as well). If California doesn't have its own official site for poker (maybe operated by one of the land-based casinos there) then it's still illegal in California. But there are 2 international sites I know of that still allow US players (Merge and Bovada) and so you can play on those without fear of law enforcement. Just like before, the sites are technically committing money laundering by accepting your deposit.
  • In southern california you have: 1.Mt.High in Wrightwood www.mthigh.com 2.Snow summit in Big Bear www.snowsummit.com 3. Bear Mountain in Big Bear www.bearmountain.com 4. Snow Valley near Big Bear www.snowvalley.com 5. Mt. Baldy near Azusa i thin www.mtbaldy.com the best resort in California in my opinion is Mammoth Mountain... about 5-6 hours north of Los Angeles www.mammothmountain.com hope this helps
  • Mammoth Mountain, by far!!! I go there twice a year! (Once in the winter for skiing, and once in the summer for bike riding/camping/kayaking). If you go to the official Mammoth Mountain website, they have a ton of information about lodging and prices, plus traveling there on a budget. Have fun, wherever you go!! xoxo nd 4eva!
  • Add Squaw Valley, also there are some resorts around Lake Tahoe. Have fun.
  • NOT SHASTA! id reccomend squaw kirkwood or anywhere near tahoe for that matter theres a great little place near tahoe called sierra at nevada or somethin like that:)
  • Squaw Valley USA or Mammoth i 100% recommend Squaw its sick on powder days
  • ive only been 2 mammoth :D
  • While California is a Community Property state, that only applies to Marital Assets which are assets earned during the course of the marriage by either party. Assets acquired by Inheritance, in California, are the "sole and separate" property of the heir and are not subject to division under the Community Property rules with a divorce. AS LONG AS the inheritance is kept totally separate (accounts with the heir's name only, deeds with the heir's name only, etc.) from the "Marital Estate" then it remains the sole and separate property of the heir. However if the inheritance assets are deposited in a joint account, for even one minute, then the assets automatically become marital assets and must be divided according to the Community Property rules under the Divorce statutes.
  • Prenups aren't for assuming you'll have anything to protect in the future, only to protect what's coming INTO the marriage. You cannot get for assuming you'll be rich someday. Most states do not place an inheritance as a marital property, anyway. Here's a reference, since people run their mouths about something they have not a clue on: http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/is-an-...
  • A pre-nup is to protect assets that you are bringing into a marriage. You admit you don't have any assets, so there's no point. Inheritances are not considered marital property. It's already protected.
  • There is no point in getting a prenup unless you are perfectly okay with giving your wife half of everything you own if she decides to divorce you.
  • If you are thinking about your divorce before you even get married I see no point in getting married at all!
  • If you know you will be inheriting a lot of money then YES, I would do it.
  • it is never nessary unless you think there is a chance of divorce.
  • Im from california. You're going to need lots of money if you plan on coming here `There's disneyland about 100&something dollars each person. Then you have to buy food and what not. ` Theres six flags about 30$ . ( Theme Park ) ` Theres Knotts berry farm ( Theme Park ) `Castle Park ( Theme Park ) Not many coasters ' but still some fun. `Hollywood ( Shop, Eat, Be a tourist ) `El Capitan ( Famous Movie Theater ) `Griffith Observatory ( Science place located on the hills of hollywood , its actually VERY fun . I went on a field trip in 9th grade there and enjoyed it MUCH ! Its good for any age ) `Venice Beach - Shop, Eat, Walk `Santa Monica - Same as Venice `Santa Monica pier - Shop , Eat, Hangout , Ride rides ( Teen ) `The Bridge ( Teen ) `The Grove - Same as venice , but its not a beach and its like a classy out door mall ( Teen ) `The farmers narket ( At the grove ) `The Beverly Center ( mall ) `Melrose - shop eat hangout `RODEO ( lots of money ) Top notch designer stores , resturants . uhhh; that about covers the most...
  • In San Diego: a million. Sea international 2. San Diego Zoo 3. San Diego Wild Animal Park 4. Balboa Park (a lot of museums and stuff) 5. previous city San Diego 6. Sea Port Village (stunning shops alongside the San Diego bay) 7. procuring (many department shops and a few outlet centers) 8. seashores (undertaking sea coast, Ocean sea coast, Pacific sea coast, la Jolla seashores) In Anaheim (approximately 90min. or 2 hrs. north of SD): a million. Disneyland 2. Disney's California experience 3. Knott's Berry Farm (in case you're no longer into curler coasters, you will become bored...quickly) 4. procuring 5. seashores
  • Sea World Disneyland Wild Animal Park or San Diego Zoo The Beach (of course) See a Padres or Angels game Visit a Mission (I reccomend San Juan Capistrano) These are all SoCal, of course.
  • There are literally hundreds of things to do here in LA. Here is my list of “must sees”. Visit as many as you have time for.: Disneyland: The Happiest Place on Earth. Half a billion visitors can’t be wrong. #1 Destination. Universal Studios: A theme park that grew out of a studio tour. #2 Destination. Even if you don’t visit Disneyland or Universal Studios Tour, Downtown Disney District and Universal City Walk are very fun places to visit for shopping and eating. And they’re free to visit. Hollywood: Enjoy the Walk of Fame, Entertainment Museum, Chinese Theatre and more. You can see a lot for free. The Hollywood & Highland complex is AMAZING. It has lots of shops and restaurants, and the Kodak Theater (home of the Academy Awards). I also like the El Capitan theater, right across the street, where Disney shows their movies. And the Hollywood Bowl is a GREAT place to listen to concerts outdoors. Olvera Street/Union Station: Olvera Street is the birthplace of LA, and it emphasizes our Mexican heritage. In addition to the Avila Adobe (oldest building in LA), you can eat at some pretty good Mexican Restaurants, do a little shopping, and taste a churro. If you don’t want to go to Tijuana, this is as close as it gets without going there. Union Station has great architecture from a bygone age. Also, you are 2 blocks from Phillippe’s (see below). Rodeo Drive, 90210: Packed with exclusive shops, full of gawkers. They all came to enjoy the excess. Free, unless you intend to buy something. Venice Beach: Los Angeles kitsch and over-the-top culture at its best. Here you'll find Muscle Beach, street performers and tacky shops galore. Fun, VERY interesting, but I avoid it after dark, when it gets a little TOO interesting for my taste. Santa Monica: Beach and Pier: Great beach scene and a classic seaside amusement park, complete with antique carousel that has been in a lot of TV and movies. (The Sting and "Three's Company" come immediately to mind). After visiting the pier, you can ride a bike south a couple miles to Venice Beach. Third Street Promenade - Downtown Santa Monica's shopping promenade is often the scene of movie star-sightings. Just north of Santa Monica Pier. Sunset Boulevard: Perhaps one of the world's most famous streets, it began as a route between the stars' posh neighborhoods and the Hollywood studios. It runs from downtown to the ocean, passing through the "Sunset Strip" on its way. Farmers Market and The Grove - A new shopping complex right next to a Los Angeles landmark, The Grove and Farmers Market coexist. Enjoy a movie or shopping, and then take the trolley to the Farmers Market for lunch or dinner. It is right next to CBS, so walk across the lot to see if they are taping "The Price is Right". You might even get in. Griffith Park - Home of the Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith Park Observatory, Travel Town, the Greek Theatre, and Gene Autry Museum of Western Heritage. Getty Museum - The Getty's architecture is so beautiful that it keeps me fascinated. No matter whether you like their art or architecture better (or maybe you'll just enjoy the view), the Getty is sure to please. Free. Attend a TV taping - You can get free tickets at audiencesunlimited.com, tvtix.com, or see the booth at Universal City walk. It's very interesting to see a show being taped. The most popular, by far, is the Tonight show. Check the NBC web site for all the details there. Places to eat: In-N-Out Burger: Multiple locations, best burger in LA, ask anyone. Pink’s Hot Dogs: 709 N. La Brea, just north of Melrose. You might even see a celebrity. Maybe. Tommy’s Chili Burgers: Look for the shack, an LA tradition. The original location is at Beverly & Rampart, a couple miles west of downtown. Canter’s Deli: 419 N. Fairfax, between Beverly & Melrose. Near CBS, you might spot a celebrity. Phillippe’s: 1001 N. Alameda. Great roast beef sandwiches. Near Union Station and Olvera Street. Watch the mustard, it’s hot. The Pantry: Corner of Figueroa and 9th, downtown. Huge portions, they never close, GREAT steak and eggs. Places to Stay: Since LA is so spread out, there is no single place that is close to EVERYTHING. Most people who come here tend to stay in Hollywood, Santa Monica, or Anaheim. In Hollywood, I recommend the Orchid Suites, Hollywood Celebrity Hotel, or Holiday Inn Walk of Fame, all near Hollywood and Highland. Another one is the Best Western Sunset Plaza. In Santa Monica, the Holiday Inn Santa Monica is close to the pier and reasonably priced. In Anaheim, I recommend the Howard Johnson (HoJo) Anaheim, and the Candy Cane Inn. There is also a nice place in Burbank called the Best Western Media Center, very close to Warner, NBC, and Universal Studios. Places to Shop: Third Street Promenade, Santa Monica The Grove, Los Angeles Americana @ Brand, Glendale Beverly Center, Los Angeles Citadel Outlets, Commerce Brea Mall, Brea The Block at Orange, Orange South Coast Plaza, Cost
  • My fiance and I are planning on into an apartment once I find a part time job. I also have a two year old son. I receive food stamps, financial aid, and welfare money. I get $500 a month,$200 in food stamps, and WIC. I also receive a free bus pass every month. I have $1,201 and my boyfriend has around $5,000 saved. He's working part time, and going to school part time. I'm at school full time. So far we have everything my son needs. Clothes, crib, dresser, ect. we have a bed, television, and a dresser for ourselves. And that's basically it. Can I have some advice on what I can do? I've also been trying so hard to find a job. It's so hard.
  • You will need a lot more than that to live on. Get an education and get a real job.
  • Where in Northern California? It's a big region. I know the Wedgewood Banquet and golf centers are quite reasonable and include the invites, food, venue, dj.... just insert bride, groom and guests. It really depends on what you consider to be "cheap", how many people, etc. I'm renting my church hall for a few hundred and the actual MEAL isn't that much but the appetizers are totally expensive.... and all the extras.. We are spending about $100 per and that's without beverages... (alcoholic or non)... we're having a dry/non-alcoholic wedding so probably another 5 or more dollars for drinks.... Look for photographers on craigslist, shop around... you will find the best deals if you really look for them. Good Luck
  • This Site Might Help You. RE: Northern California Inexpensive Venue? Does anybody know of any locations in Northern California that are on the cheaper side?? I dont have much money to spend and am looking for the cheapest place to host my wedding.
  • I think the cheapest would be to have a barbeque at a park. Check out http://saratoga-springsweddings.com or any other local parks. If barbeque isn't your thing, some of my coworkers have suggested a traditional Chinese restaurant reception. Or you can do what my sister in law did. She got married in her grandma's backyard, with about 30 quests. They served champagne and finger foods, and spent about $2000.
  • This place is pretty good. They provide a place for the ceremony and they have the food and everything there. I went to a wedding there and it is BEAUTIFUL. The pictures don't do it justice! http://www.wildwoodacres.com/I'm sure you've seen this but you can browse here too! http://www.bayarea-weddings.com/
  • Where is Northern CA? What type of venue? What's your budget like? There are hundreds of reasonable venues so I need more info so I can better answer your question.
  • the remington center in sunnyvale its on remington and elcamino is very pretty and very affordable they charge 500hr on saturdays or was it 350 an hour well there's to rooms the ballroom and the orchard pavilion
  • California Divorce Law: DIVIDING THE PENSION PLAN by Aaron Dishon, Esq. In many cases the parties pension plan, 401(k), 403(b) or other retirement plan is one of the largest assets in the divorce, following the family residence. While taking an early distribution from such a plan would most likely trigger a serious tax penalty, federal law allows spouses to divide such plans without incurring any tax liability. QDROS Under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) a Qualified Domestic Relations Order "QDRO" may be ordered by a state court that will divide an ERISA-qualified employee benefit plan pension plan between two parties. A QDRO essentially directs the plan to pay certain benefits to the other party. A QDRO or DRO must contain certain general information about the two parties, such as their addresses, social security numbers, dates of birth, as well as, specific information that would be set forth in the guidelines of the plan to which the order applies. A QDRO or DRO cannot instruct a pension plan to disburse benefits to an alternate payee or give an alternate payee any rights or privileges that are not set forth in their guidelines. In-Kind Division It is also possible to evaluate the current value of a pension plan and allocate that plan to one party while allocating additional offsetting assets to the other party. Its easy to determine the value of a defined-contribution plan such as a 401 (k) plan since the plan has a given value on any certain date based upon the value of the underlying funds or investments on the stock market. However, where a party holds a defined-benefit plan where a certain dollar amount is paid after retirement until time of death, the parties should seek the assistance of an actuarial expert in valuing the present value of the plan. Its surpassingly easy to obtain an actuarial report that bases the present value of the plan on such factors such as expected life expectancy and expected rate of return. Obtaining such an evaluation is the only way to ascertain the present value of a defined-benefit pension plan. http://californiadivorce.info/legal.prop...Pension Rights After Divorce A pension earned during marriage is generally considered to be a joint asset of both husband and wife. However, it is up to state divorce courts to decide whether and how pension assets are divided, and whether survivors benefits are payable. Except in the case of Social Security and Tier I Railroad Retirement benefits, a court order is necessary for someone who has been divorced to get a share of a pension... See the rest here: http://www.pensionrights.org/pubs/facts/...Other Resources: http://www.divorcesource.com/CA/index.sh...http://www.divorcesupport.com/divorce/California-Divorce-Laws-436.html http://www.kinseylaw.com/clientserv2/famlawservices/spousal/spousalsupport.html ~Best Wishes!!!
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  • Southern California would be an ideal place to live in general :)! I wish I could live there.. Luckily, I have been there several times. It seems like you an outskirt of LA, so I would suggest Woodland Hills. It is in the valley, 30 minutes from the Pacific ocean, and great parks and shops close by :)! If you were looking more south I would suggest San Diego. It really is a lovely place :)! I love it there.. Anywhere you live in San Diego is lovely, except some places in Escodido. I hope this gives you a little more information.. but I would be happy to give you any more information, just email me :) Enjoy your new So Cal life :D!
  • What you described is a lot of different towns so why not explore them yourself? I doubt you will though because most of the time when somebody says money isn't an issue but they have their kid looking stuff up for them it usually means the kid (you) is just day dreaming and wanting to move to California lol. If money isn't an issue your parents will find the right place :)
  • i've driven from california all the way to florida before. you don't need anything except, of course, a drivers license and money. we took interstate 10 all the way through.
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  • I bet you thought new mexico was IN meixco its not (its just another state)
  • drivers license, proof of insurance
  • Are you planning on packing everything into one suitcase and saying, "Hello California!" and selling the rest of your items? Or do you want to move EVERYTHING out to California? There is quite a price differential between the two. If you were to pack everything into one suitcase and land in San Francisco for example, you'd be paying $325 for the airfare (average price) and nearly $1800 a month for rent for a one bedroom in central San Francisco. Though if you were to live in San Jose or Hayward, the price should go down by a few hundred dollars. If you were to move EVERYTHING to California, expect to pay $2,600 for the cheapest price to move a one bedroom apartment from the east coast. Then you would be still paying rent on top of that. Another option you may want to consider is move everything into storage and pack only one to two suitcases while you set up in California. Once you get your housing settled and finances going, you can decide to sell everything back in New Jersey that's in the storage facility or move it out west. Either way, I'd save at least 6 months worth of rent ($10,800) and transportation expenses (BART and MUNI systems that operate throughout the Bay Area- Clipper Card re-loadable), and food expenses ($2,000). I know it may seem like a lot, and it is, though I suggest looking outside of San Francisco for living and commuting to the city for high paying jobs.
  • My advice ? Don't ! We have a 12% + unemployment rate. And it's not looking good. No car will be a problem. I'd say at least $25,000. If you don't have a special skill, you'll end up working at Walmart / Target / K-Mart for $8 an hour.
  • In my opinion: Get educated out East and make that move once you get established financially. Oh, and you will most definitely need a car in Cali! Good luck!