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  • I taught at a private K-12 school for less than one year. I made only $19,000 and it would have been less if I took the crappy benefit package. I hated every minute of it. It was horrible.
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  • This is not true. Here are two situations that mean you must have a credential: 1. The school receives title 1 federal funds. (most schools in california do) any federal funds means the school must be held accountable to the NCLB laws. 2. The school is accredited. Most high school need to be accredited as their goal is to get kids into college. This means you must have a credential. You seem to be trying to take the shortcut in. Our students need quality teachers. It is a mistake to think that just anyone can teach. Do it right - take the time.
  • $30-40K depending on degree and courses you can teach and school.
  • There are lots of great schools - both public and private - but I think you need to some more research on pricing and expected financial aid. It is possible that a private school might offer a good amount of money, but you have to balance that against the overall cost. Pepperdine, Chapman and Pitzer all have Creative Writing but they cost $50-60K per year (tuition plus room & board). So even if they offered you $20K per year you would pay more a one of those than if you plaid in full at UCLA. Also understand that there are grants and need-based financial aid as well as merit (grade or talent-based) scholarships.
  • Why go to a private college if you have low household income? Go to a public school. You can still take the same classes there.
  • You can get student loans for any school in California as long as you are a state resident. If not, then Pepperdine is pretty good. UC Santa Barbara is a huge writers.film school as is UCLA and USC. If it were me, I'd go to UCLA but that' just me... Good Luck.
  • Im a sophomore, i'm just getting ready, i'm not planning on emailing any of the schools yet. I'm a soccer player, and i do track. I have good grades. I'm deciding between two majors, a teacher and something to do with law. I'd like the school i choose to have both, but if i had to choose one it would be education/ liberal studies. I need cheaper colleges cause i have a twin and were both planning on going, and were not high on money. I'm considering state schools, but if i did i would want it to be kind of small, with not alot of people. Any suggestions?
  • Pepperdine University is a private college in California. It is affiliated with the Church of Christ. Since it is a private school it is fairly expensive (like around 50,000), but lots of scholarships are available, especially if you are part of the Church of Christ or really smart. They have a good education program and a good pre-law one. Haha my dad got his law degree thingy from Pepperdine. If you go maybe we will end up there together since I'm a sophomore as well and I want to go there! :)
  • Well, if you finish 60 semester units (or 90 quarter units), your Vanguard grades will be extraneous.
  • Vanguard, Biola, Azusa Pacific, etc.
  • I have a friend whose son is 14 and going into sophmore year at a private high school. He is also a straight-A student. The problem is, they need financial aid or some sort of scholarship in order to continue going to to that school, which is VERY important to the mom. But the school itself does not offer scholarships. What are some high school scholarship or financial aid programs that I can give her info about how to apply to? Or any sort of academic contest where he could earn a scholarship or aid money? This is very important. Also if you know of any scholarship website where you can chose different languages for which one is shown that would be perfect, because the mom is shaky with english. Thank you very very much for any help!!
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  • Only if it does not pass the smog. All they have to do is get and pass the smog and you have no case.
  • What if the seller spent your money and no longer has it ? You MAY be able to sue, but how would you collect if you win and the guy doesn't hand over the money ?
  • Because all the politicians know how to do is spend. It's an obsession with them, and they need more, more more money all the time. They want to take it from others, and spend. When California first started the lottery back in the 80s, it was supposed to add to the education budget. The politicians, led by Willie Brown, took a dollar out of the education budget for every dollar the lottery put in, so the schools had no net gain. And what did the politicians do with the money? They spent it!
  • They claim they can host the Olympics with no major taxpayer involvement by utilizing existing venues (we have hosted this twice before after all) and using private funding to build some more dorms near UCLA that the university wants anyway. However, we would get stuck with the massive security bill and one can't overestimate the hit to a city that has very poor public transportation in trying to host a major even like an Olympiad. In short, California elected officials have delusions of grandeur and they tend to fiddle while Rome is burning. The unspoken truth about this winter is that most of the rain we're getting right now is rolling off into the sea because we don't have sufficient water storage (yet the Governor thinks a 100 Billion dollar train out in the middle of nowhere that is slower than driving and more expensive than flying is where our priorities should lie). They also seem to have come up with millions to pay for lawyers for illegals while the state has the highest poverty and homelessness rates in the country.
  • Why cant anyone??see priorities wrong,because if olympics are to be sucessful,aholes,infrastructure has to be good,costing billipns.
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  • Because the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles were a total success.
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  • The Olympics bring money in.
  • This is assuming that CSUs are accepting for spring 2011. UCs aren't accepting for spring 2011. :( I am in my last semester at community college and do not want to wait. These are the schools I am planning to apply for Spring 2011: SF state San Jose state CSU East Bay Holy Names University University of San Francisco Please bear in mind that money will be a problem (unfortunately I wasn't born filthy rich) and overall my question is: Would it cost less for me if I just attended a private school because it is not guaranteed that I will get all my classes at a CSU. Opinions and comments are welcomed. Please help!
  • Thanks for your interest in Cal State East Bay (CSUEB). Please consider the following when deciding your next steps. We will be accepting upper-division transfer applications for Spring Quarter 2011; applications will be accepted Aug. 1-Aug. 31. However, because the California Governor and Legislature have not yet adopted a budget, CSU does not know how many students it can admit. While CSUEB will process applications conditionally, no offer of admission will be sent until we know more about the budget, including funding to support an increase in CSU’s enrollment. Once a budget is adopted, CSUEB’s Office of Admission will notify students about their options: (1) if the budget provides funding to increase CSU enrollment, CSUEB will finalize its review of students’ admission eligibility for the Spring 2011 quarter, or (2) if the budget does not provide additional funding to increase CSU’s enrollment, students will have the option either of (a) requesting that their admission application be changed from Spring 2011 to the Fall 2011 quarter, or (b) requesting that their admission application be withdrawn and the application fee be refunded. Good luck!
  • a million. UC transfers take CC scholars first. Then, if there may be nonetheless room, they take transfers from different UCs. And then, if there may be STILL room, they take transfers from every other institution. So in the event you wish to switch to a UC, CC is the right way to cross, NOT CSU. However, CSU presents a tight sufficient schooling, so you may also wish to don't forget it. In regular, a CSU schooling prepares you for a profession correct out of university, even as a UC schooling prepares you for graduate or reliable institution. two. Easier than what? three. Yes, you do retailer plenty of cash. Some men and women do not wish to reside at dwelling for 2 extra years. Some men and women do not wish to visit university with all people from top institution, however wish to visit university and meet new men and women. It's a private alternative.
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  • I tried to get into public nursing programs, however I repeated a science course three times (finished it with an A). Because I repeated it, I'm having extreme difficulty searching for schools, my counselors recommended a private school. I want to get into an accelerated nursing program, I know I can do it.. I mean that's a lot of money. AUHS was a no go unfortunately. Anyway, does anyone know any private colleges with a BSN program that will have a higher likelihood of accept me? Thanks.
  • Here is one in Irvine http://www.cui.edu/academicprograms/nurs...California is a big state. Are you willing to go anywhere?
  • I think you should speak to admissions officers at the RN programs you are interested in. Your stats all look pretty good, but sometimes there are intangibles that will indicate you aren't cut out for healthcare, and you might be dropped again. On paper, you look good, but in practice, it sounds like you struggle a lot. As you mature, you may develop better techniques to practice in healthccare, but some people never make it.
  • What you require at this moment is an associated nursing program as early as possible after your unsuccessful attempts. All the high standing profiles of the society are self taught and are highly successful in their life, hence you need not wait for any college to accept you.But, you just get yourself enrolled as a private student in any college that can proctor your exams for online courses. For this CRNA or Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist is a fast growing occupational program that pays annual average salary of $168,599/ as compared to non-crna's.
  • homeschooling can be as cheap or expensive as you want to make it. There are three ways to comply with the law: 1. Higher a tutor with a valid teaching credential. This is the most expensive option. It is often used by child actors. 2. Enroll in a ISP (independent study program). This can be free if you use a public school or charter school. Or cost money if you enroll in a private school ISP. 3. Establish your own private school. This is much easier than it sounds. It requires filing one form with the state each year and mainting a few records at home. Then you can school in whatever way you like. For free: use the internet and the public library and your community resources to school. Or expensive buy a complete curriculm from a company that provides this service. Or something in between. www.californiahomeschool.net and www.hsc.org can give you all the details and connect you with other families in your area.
  • This site: http://californiahomeschool.net/default.htm offers info on homeschooling legislation in California. There is a booklet of facts on how to home school that you can download. http://californiahomeschool.net/howTo/faq.htm The above link contains frequently asked questions and answers the one about how much homeschooling costs (as expensive as you want it to be!) Hope this helps.
  • hslda.org has all you state laws. It can be expensive to get the curriculums depending on what you use. Google home school curriculums and you may get overwhelmed with all the choices but look at them to figure out what your interested in and how much they cost.
  • You would be wise not to give the seller any money until you get the title. To do that you may have to meet him at the credit union. If you are going to do anything else, get it in writing and at least make sure that his driver's license matches the name on the registration. Your local DMV (or website) could tell you what any taxes or fees are.
  • The liens have to get paid,either you take over the payments,or don't buy the car unless you have a clear title.When I was in the impound business, we had to hold a car for 30 days, and then have an agent who specialized in the lien process,send letters to all lien holders,also put two ads in the paper, advising everyone that the car would be sold,if no one came forward to pay the charges,we auctioned the car, or truck.The letters have to be registered, and all the info can be had from the DMV printout,make sure the serial numbers match the registration.
  • You, the seller, and the bank have to do a 3 way transaction. When the bank gets all of it's money, they will release the lien. === The tax is on the WHOLE sales price - the money out of your pocket (irrespective of the lien). Good Luck...
  • i do no longer motor vehicle what all people says, even while identifying to purchase from a broker (different than for that ridiculous 'certification' application which DOES garuntees a stable-working motor vehicle-albeit for a plenty bigger cost) there is not any garuntee that the motor vehicle could have had artwork achieved on it that it desires. In different words, the old adage "shopper beware" nonetheless applies. the only venture i be conscious of for a actuality is that non-public occasion sale is many times extra artwork for you, however the advantages is many times a miles extra effective cost than a broker grants. in spite of if a broker grants a extra advantageous that standard commerce in fee, they many times make it lower back on the bloated cost of your 'new' motor vehicle or the bloated financing equipment that they provide. you could desire to anticipate that the margin on your new motor vehicle is going to be hundreds better than e book fee, because of the fact autos offered as commerce-ins or from auctions can tend to be offered for below they're well worth. In different words, you particularly won't be able to win. the excellent venture to do is sell your motor vehicle privately, or in case you % to commerce, save your commerce out of negotiations till you have gotten a clever cost for the motor vehicle you % to purchase. tell the broker you're advertising privately till you have all the small print settled, and then grant your commerce. remember, the broker is going to make funds on the motor vehicle they sell to you, and then they are going to make funds on the motor vehicle you traded. the excellent you could shoot for is a few style of fairness. Take it from me, my 9,000 greenback used Accord has been given over 3 thousand in maintenance, and that i see used autos on the lot universal with sparkling tires, yet waiting for exahust, brake, and different artwork in all probability to be necessary in a three hundred and sixty 5 days or so.
  • Yes, it seems so. I was the advisor for my son's private K - 8 in the LA area and we donated used books to a public school near us. We have also donated other items, like new instruments and athletic equipment. There are websites where teachers ask for donations of specific items, or you can speak to your student advisor, tell them what schools you want to help out and ask if they or you should approach that school's principal. I'm sure the principal would be very grateful! Good luck with your project.
  • I donate to a particular class room so since they accept my donations I would think they would accept yours. However, call the board of education in your area and ask.
  • the spectacular answer is for government to sell those lands via fact the shape would not record that use between the "forts and docks......and so on" authorized Federal land holdings. If California needs to purchase them, high-quality. If no longer, that's the open marketplace. If the federal government bought off each and every of the lands that's not authorized to hold interior the 1st place, we would desire to have yet another wild west, there is lots of it.
  • No law prohibits it. I often donate computers and such things.
  • I can only answer for my state, California. They're free and you can file online. All the best.
  • you're a state resident once you recieve a state driving force's license. try this as quickly as a possibility. Even in the previous the pass if a possibility. you will possibly desire to coach for help at leat 6-twelve months basically before time and not on the final minute. For nutrients finances $5 an afternoon in case you consume groceries and not quickly nutrients. Marriage shouldn't take place without significant funds reserve. the college has a counselor who can enable you to fill out varieties.
  • Well I also am from the So-Cal area and Ihave found a wonderful place on the beach to get married at and have the reception there! All packaged deal and everything in included (coordinator, tables, chairs, leins, grooms room, hotels suite for the night and that will be my dressing room, food,dishes, private bathrooms, private beach, etc..)you get the idea. For about $10,000 for 120 guest. I am having silk flowers done by a florist called Foreverflowers.com. I will get to see all my flowers 30 days before and they come and set everthing up and take it all down! When I return home from the honeymoon I can pick them up and they last a life time! I am going to have 2 photographers, & 2 viedo guys all 8 hours, unlimited pic, my book 2 parents books, 200 print outs 5 x7 , 4 8x10 and one 16x20 framed of my choice, all my negatives are mine and I can print out as many as like!! all my footage on one dvd and an 20min dvd of the wedding (so you can show friends and family without gettting board) all for $3,500.00 at www.celebrationphotography.net contact katie at Katie@celebrationphotography.net She is wonderful! I am makeing simple centerpices (glass hurricane from micheals I use there 40% and 50% to buy them) (Orientaltradeing.com) I have bougth sea shells, starfish, sandollars! I have bought sand and will fill the hurrican 1/3 of the way the sand and shells and put a 3x7 pillar in the middle! Done! I am also having a candy bar so guest can make there own goodie "favor" bags! Cheap and easy because you can buy candy in bulk! Place in large dishes and have scoops! Get bags in bulk, ribbion, make a thank you tag and place 1 or 2 candies in side set at you tables. Dont let any one tell you have to or you need this! Every one is doing this..........Do what you and your sweetie will enjoy! It is your day to be special!
  • keep it small and simple, close friends and relatives only. Rent everything, perhaps a small tent or pavillion to be put over the food table. Have a buffet starring Aunt Martha's award winning Swedish Meatballs, and Uncle Bob's Lip Smacking Ribs. Have beautiful cupcakes made instead of a wedding cake. Throw it in your backyard, or your parents' backyard as appropriate, or even see if you can rent a space in a nearby city park. There is so much you can do to save money. Theme weddings are big now. You could do a vintage wedding, and get your wedding clothes at consignment or vintage shops saving hundreds of dollars. Make it your own. Have fun with it! Create a wonderful experience, one that will have everyone talking about it for years to come, including the two of you. Oh! one more thing........my son and his wife did this....... Put disposable cameras somewhere so that anyone who wants to take pictures can, on the agreement that they will hand the cameras back to you for developing. Wella! your wedding pics!
  • Friday nights are cheaper for some locations. Like the other person said, cut out the useless stuff. We didn't even have favors and people didn't say anything. Photographers are overrated. See if a local college has advanced photography classes and offer it to a top student - have them take digital and develop on your own. Beer and wine only saves money. We offered liquor, but they had to pay for it. If Friday is out have the wedding around 2:00 so its after lunch and before dinner - you don't need either!
  • I got married in Costa Mesa, and I had an outside reception at the Ayres Country Inn off the 73 in Costa Mesa/Newport Beach Border (the ceremony was in a church) They weren't cheap, but a lot cheaper than a beachside hotel. Make sure if you have a complementary honeymoon room if you choose a hotel for your reception. Anyways... a beach setting is always nice.... Here's a couple of vendors that I used: For a dj, I used Mike Carcano in Laguna Niguel. Whoever you choose, it is really important to work closely with your band leader or dj. You have no idea how much the dj runs the show for you, they help you get the guests to their seats for dinner, they tell the guests when the cake is being cut, and time for the dances. Mike was great with all that and didn't step on my wedding coordinator's toes. Videographer was Glass Eye Productions. They did a beautiful job and synced our video with our favorite music I won't recommend my photographer, he sucked. for flowers, I went to Vissar's florist & greenhouse in Anaheim. they were much cheaper than a boutique florist and I got a beautiful bouquet of fresh summer flowers. I chose pink gerber daises, pink carnations, white rose buds and blue delphinium (which is what the guys wore on their boutaniers). Unless you have a set flower bouquet in mind like roses or lillies etc., sometimes seasonal flowers can help reduce cost. For a honeymoon, we went to Sandals in Jamaica. A all-inclusive package can help you from over spending on tips. We chose an ocean view room, but looking back on it, we could have saved thousands of dollars by getting a garden room because we were in the pool the whole time anyways.
  • OK. You didn't give a budget but I did my wedding in Leguna Beach, Ca. The venue - The Leguna Hotel - great deal - unbelievable - great manager - have indoor and/or outdoor - had sit down dinner - served by hotel - hired our own DJ - ordered live flowers orchids wholesale - chose cliffs above Leguna in park to get married and hired the Leguna English style bus to take everyone back and forth from hotel. One brides room included. It was a wonderful time. Including wedding dress.....under 10,000......and it was all waterfront venue. Everyone said it was impossible but it was very possible to have a beautiful wedding for a reasonable price. By the way...I designed my own invitations and had them printed for me.....at a real print shop...they were much cheaper and looked great. Don't get ripped off by a wedding planner....big mistake.
  • Being in So Cal you have many, many options for vendors. If you're on a budget look for the smaller independent stores for your needs. A good place to go would be the Fashion District in downtown L.A. There is lot of bridal shops there where you could get bridesmaids dresses, centerpieces, etc. Shop around there is a lot out there.
  • Depending on size of your wedding, you can always consider the County's botanical gardens or parks. They are low cost, and sometimes free. Try the Descanso Gardens in La Canada Flintridge or the Arboretum in Arcadia (that is, if you live in the Los Angeles area).
  • dont waste $$ on crap that you wont care about and no one (except maybe your mom) will remember. trust me - i regret so much spending tons of $$ on stuff that i thought i just couldnt do without. my wedding bugdet was $12,000 (i went over by $3,000) i.e. - favors that cost anything more than $1 per person (seriously no one will care) elaborate centerpieces linens that match the bridesmaid dresses save the date cards exotic flowers an elaborate wedding cake stay away from those bridal magazines!!! they are poison!! what your guest will care about most is the quality of the food, booze and dancing. the rest will take care of itself.
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  • have it in your back-yard some big back-yard with flowers n butterflies
  • So i live in toronto but i want to go to usc because i wanna become a movie director and obviously it's easier to find work there than in t.o. so i was just wondering how much it would cost? just like an estimate? because i know you have to pay for SAT prep, and the SATs as well? and whatever else as well. please help :)
  • Every school will be different. There will be a difference to between public schools and private schools. I'd suggest picking out a few schools and look up out of state tuition. I believe in state tuition is pretty cheap in CA. You may want to move down there and work a year to establish residency. Then apply for college.
  • USC is a private school, so it does not matter that you are out of state, the tuition is the same. You would not be eligible as a non US citizen for US government help so you would have to pay it all yourself. The last I heard it cost $40,000 per year to go to USC. Just because you go there it does not mean that you will automatically become a movie director. It takes many long years of work in the industry before you can direct a movie. Except, of course, if you have the money to make the movie yourself, then you can direct it.
  • Donald is correct. Probably 40,000 US dollars per year x 4 years = about 150-160,000 US dollars. I would seriously rethink your statement about it being easier to find film work in LA than Toronto. The idea of going to Cali and being rich is a myth. It has HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT - literally millions of people out of work, and high cost of living, and no safety net. Further, tens of thousands of people work in the porn industry out of last resort. Poor women/girls with a dream come from all of the world move to LA because they are good actresses, dancers or want to study the arts. Instead they end up as porn stars, prostitutes, drug addicts and strippers.
  • Just because you send power to the grid doesn't mean you get paid for it. PG&E puts your kWh in a "bank", so to speak, so that when you draw from the grid (when your solar is not working) you draw from the kwh you "stored" up. At the end of the year PG&E zero's the meter and you start over. I'm not sure what you mean by laws. It is legal to have solar and wind, although you can probably scratch coal generation systems. You are limited by the physical space of your land for wind turbines and the PV array, as well as roof space for your PV. In California, The Solar Rights Act of 1978 (and it’s various amendments over the years) states that “Any covenant, restriction, or condition contained in any deed, contract, security instrument, or other instrument affecting the transfer or sale of, or any interest in, real property that effectively prohibits or restricts the installation or use of a solar energy system is void and unenforceable.” This doesn't mean the HOA don't have the ability to impost certain restrictions.
  • That will depend on the local laws and deed restrictions of the exact location. But in a California you can pretty much forget coal fired anything. If you supply electricity to the grid, you will get paid for it.
  • No. You can remail private. The largest private company in the US is Cargill, with about $70 billion in sales. They've been in business for almost 150 years. Mars (the candy company) is private, with sales of about $20 billion.
  • I am wondering if anyone knows the process of adoption if the baby is in Washington state and I live in California? There is a 3 month old baby girl that was taken from her mother by CPS at birth and has been in foster care. The father is not willing to take the baby, but he is being forced to pay child support so he wants to have the baby adopted as quickly as possible, but I have no idea how long it will take, how much it will cost, what I have to do, etc. etc etc. Has anyone in california adopted from Washington? I have a good job and all, but I am not rich by any means so I don't want to get started in this if it is going to cost a ton of money. If that is the case I would rather her go to someone else that can afford to pay for a baby than get attached to her and not be able to get her.
  • If the baby is in foster care and the baby is three months old the mother has to agree to the adoption unless the judge has deemed the mother unfit period, which usually doesn't occur in three months of time. You would have to find more information on the situation. If the mother is willing to allow you to adopt the baby personally then the process is easy and inexpensive. On the other hand if she does not then it could be a rather messy expenditure.
  • Is it against the law to share family law documents or criminal case documents with people who have nothing to do with the case? Are child support orders, custody agreements, and parental restraining orders private documents or public records? What about criminal court files? I'm not talking about case info you can look up on the internet, but the actual hard copies for the court proceedings of a criminal case. If someone were to show my court documents to people (not lawyers or law enforcement, but their friends) is there anything I can do about it?
  • I have a copy of the family court case file of Marcia Clark when she file for a divorce from Gordon Clark during the OJ Simpson trial. Gordon Clark was a stay at home dad, working from home as a architect. She felt that him not having an advance decree and working for a large corporation was demeaning to the children, so she file for divorce, custody, and child support plus the cost of nannies to care for the children during how 100+ hour work weeks. In February of 1994, she filed for an increase in the child support stating that she needed the money due to the cost of hair care, makeup, clothes, and shoes needed to appear on TV during the trial. She earned $150,000 a year to his $40,000.
  • this is a private college as a result that is their determination. the sorrowful actuality is that some mothers and dads do no longer want their teenagers around GLBT people. If it have been a public college it may be unconstitutional.
  • Normally, only files involving minors are sealed. All others are a matter of public record.
  • Court records are all public record unless specifically sealed.
  • if you don't have the money & financial aid doesn't help much, you can always do student loans.
  • Private schools are very expensive than public schools. The education is incredibly better though and yes many private schools offer financial aid.
  • Private school is really expensive. I'd like public school better.Get more friends.^_^
  • you can get grants and financial support from most private schools and it would b a better i dea to save that money for college public high school aint to bad
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  • Grants, loans, scholarships, etc. Talk to your parents. they more than likely will help you if it's something you really want. California public high school's aren't so bad...unless your in a major city where there's not a lot of spending. :\
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  • Title signed by previous owner, your driver's license, bill of sale, smog certificate, insurance card, lots of money.
  • If the vehicle has a Salvaged Title, that means that the vehicle was Totaled by an Insurance Company and that someone bought it at auction and rebuilt it, and then applied for a Title. The DMV will only issue a Title which clearly indicates Salvaged on It. A vehicle with a Salvaged Title is not worth the value of one that has not been Salvaged. The Salvage Stays on the Title Forever, it cannot be removed. You will need a Lien Free Title signed by the current owner, a Smog Certificat. The law requires that the Seller has had it smogged, or he cannot legally Sell it at all. It is his responsibility to have done it within the last 90 days. Proof of Insurance, a Bill of Sale, and enough money to pay the Registration Fees and the Sales Tax. Here is the Statement from the Calif DMV Site about the Smog: The seller is required to obtain smog certification when transferring ownership of a vehicle UNLESS certification was obtained within the last 90 days. You can go to the DMV site and look up all the information you need about Transfering Title. Also be sure to check the Title. If it has two names on it, and says "OR" between the names,Either person can sign it to sell it. If it has two names on it and it says "AND", then you must have both people that are named on it sign it. Also, when you purchase it, you must transfer the Ownership Within 10 days from the Date of Purchase.
  • You not only need to be licensed, you need to be bonded and have malpractice insurance. Cheating spouse work won't pay your rent in CA, because it is a no fault divorce state, and a community property state. The big money for PI's in CA is in documenting Worker's Comp. fraud cases.
  • Certainly, But I doubt if your evidence will stand up in court. Some body might take offense to being stalked and have you arrested for harassment, If you go on privet property that's trespassing. Then again someone could just beat the s--t out of you or shoot you and claim that they thought you were an intruder. Try explaining that to the cop's. You would more than likely be arrested for stalking and harassment. you could be charged with several thing's ,two of which are felony's. If you tell the authorities what you were doing, That's operating without a license,one more charge.The risk's are not worth the outcome. I would suggest you work for a P.I. for two years then go out on your own.
  • No, you cannot do PI work without a state license.
  • No, You definitely need a State of California License or you could be charged with stalking.
  • no, but you can work under a licensed pi
  • As long as you don't get caught.
  • A private sale is assumed to be as is, absent a written agreement to the contrary. The buyer can ask for anything, but the repair costs are totally his problem. If he continues to bother you, you can file suit against him for harassment!!
  • The buyer is out of luck. The car was sold "as is", as all used cars are. Unless the title carries a salvage brand, and you failed to disclose that, there is nothing for the buyer to complain about. If the transmission had previous problems, that you tried to correct incorrectly, it still would be up to the buyer to recognize that when they test drove the car, and they had the option to not purchase the car. Buyer beware...........done deal!
  • As long as you didn't falsely represent anything you're safe. If you made any false statements or did anything to conceal defects you could be in trouble. Even if you say "as is" and it can be proved you did some quick Micky Mouse repairs to hide a previously known condition you'll still liable. Say you silenced a noisy gear box by pumping it full of STP that'll get you in trouble. If you knew it was on it's last legs but just repaired the leaks and cleaned it up, you're OK. If deliberate deception on your part can be proven you're toast.
  • As a general rule private sales are usually "as is", the buyer has no recourse, it sounds like they probably didn't even take it to a mechanic.
  • Was the buyer family ? good friend? The best you can do is figure out how it happened. If you can be sure it happended out of the blue. maybe offer to pay a third (if relative)
  • a sale is a sale no turning back, it doesnt matter if it completely blew up, once you sell that car its his/her problem if he wants his money back take it to court
  • There is discussion from Las Vegas to Victorville. And then to Diseny. But it appears to have just stopped with no new comment. They wanted mag originally, then the other option was put on the table for just train service. There is federal stimulus money for the project. There was some aadvertising and hearings in late 2008 or earlier this year. Then in recent days mag lev advertising appeared on local Las VEgas TV> BUt there is just no real action to speak of at this time.
  • I doubt it but I have no inside knowledge, I would hope not. There is no profit in building a maglev except to the contractors. If it is done it would have to be mostly subsidized by the government and for a fractionof that money to build a maglev they could build a dedicated high speed conventional rail system.
  • The Government has already DUMPED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS into that project.. and you can SEE THEM FOR YOURSELF at the MUSEUM of Mag-Lev which is located at the AIRPORT in PUEBLO, COLORADO... it's near the TEST TRACK and RESEARCH FACILITY where all that research was done.. BACK IN THE 1960'S.. or do you KNOW that the Government has already built all the mag-lev trains it plans to build.. let alone giving grants to some company in California.
  • There was some company talking about it. See the wikipedia article, it will tell you which company.
  • Since "private" colleges don't receive state subsidies, there is no such thing as "out of state tuition." You need to be more concerned about the room-and-board costs of going to college away from home.
  • 1. If so, where are you located? 2. How many clients are week are you seeing? 3. Are you on insurance panels? 4. Has your income decreased in the past few years? I'm an LMSW in Michigan and we're all struggling to pay our bills due to bad economic conditions in the state, people losing health insurance, etc. How are you doing?
  • Things have been better. Thank God everyone in Los Angeles, California is crazy. I have been having a time with the insurance companies. Many don't want to take on any new carriers. I have only been private for about three years. Still working on a client base. Some friends that have established clients are still doing very well.
  • I was wondering what are the rules on camping in northern california(specifically santa cruz mountains area) and having a campfire. Can you just set up camp anywhere in the wilderness and camp out or do you need a permit. If so Where are some good spots in the santa cruz area to camp, and if you can't camp anywhere what are some campgrounds that don't charge money and don't need reservations?
  • With the exception of a couple of small state parks, the Santa Cruz Mountains are almost totally private property. Certainly don't believe there is any designated wilderness areas. Also folks in the Santa Cruz Mts. get very nervous when they see smoke, fire restrictions are in effect all across Northern California currently due to the drought like conditions. If you want to try dispersed camping, you're best bet is to head east to the Sierra Nevada Mountains to any National Forest. The only campground in the Santa Cruz area that is free and doesn't require reservations is where ever the homeless camp currently is. To find that just go downtown to the mall and ask one of the members of the lunatic fringe wandering around there.
  • the closest place you can camp for free is in the Los Padres national forest they allow free dispersed camping, some area's as in wilderness you need the permit as well it is free also. As for fires as Casey pointed out to you summer fire restrictions prevent it, you can bring a back packing stove and use that.
  • Gold Bluff coastline is sturdy. yet another superb campground interior the redwood u . s . is Jedediah Smith State Park. The campground is sturdy alongside the Smith River. around the river is the Stout Grove of redwoods.
  • Me and my best friend have been trying to find our friend Dora for the longest. She was the one who brought us together but when she moved she Mexico we lost complete contact with her. She gave us her phone number but it didn't work when we tried calling then last time we heard from her she calling from a pay phone. We really want to get into contact with her again she just turned legal the big 18. So its been 4-5 without contact with her. We really want to find her please help us.
  • private investigator.com, or go to a law firm and get all info from a lawyer thats your best bet because you do not want to waist time or money
  • Hang on while I make some calls to find out. I'm kind of busy, though, so you might want to do it yourself to save some money.
  • You can't get it back even if you do take him to court... You left him that deposit as a promise to buy the car. If you back out, you lost it.
  • If you buy a car from a private individual caveat emptor applies - buyer beware. It is your responsibility to perform mechanical and background checks on the car before completing the sale. If you took all reasonable precautions but it turns out the seller lied to you then you will need to have the car inspected by a professional body immediately, such as Dekra, so that you have an independent certificate of the vehicle's condition, then you will need to pursue the case through the small claims court. EDIT: I think you've misunderstood the advice given on the CAB website. Caveat emptor is alive and kicking. Go and speak to a CAB advisor if you still don't accept it. Provided a vehicle has a current MOT certificate it is considered, unless the certificate is revoked by the Police, roadworthy. In addition, proving that a vehicle is 'not as described' is notoriously difficult to do, unless you have evidence in the form of an advert clearly stating the condition of the item you are claiming is defective. The situation is made even worse if you have been using the car. As soon as you start using the vehicle you will find it next to impossible to make a seccessful claim as the original owner can claim in a lot of cases that the damage was caused post-sale.
  • You may have an enforceable verbal contract. By giving him the money, he was obligated to not sell the car to anyone else at that point; he may have turned away other buyers. He could require you to complete the deal. About the only thing you can do is ask him to work with you on this. Ask him if he will reimburse you the $300 once he sells the car to someone else, if he makes as much or more as what you were buying it for. He should agree to that, as he should not be enriched by this. I think that's all you can hope for.
  • I am asking a question regarding the private sale of a vehicle. I am merely asking this because I would like to have this knowledge for future references. I have noticed a lot of people on Craigslist sell vehicles for pretty cheap, but then they come out and tell you that there's tons of back-fees that need to be paid off. I'm pretty sure I just saw an ad that said there was 4 - 5 months of back-fees due! So my question is, what can the buyer do about the back-fees? Is the buyer completely screwed and forced to cough up the money? Can there be some type of payment plan to help pay off the back-fees along with paying for your new tags? I looked on Google for this type of information but I guess I wasn't specific enough, so maybe someone here can be kind enough to help me out! Again, I am not in this situation, however I would like to know what my choices are and what to do in the future if I ever do become stuck in this situation. Thank you!
  • Back fees occur when the idiot who owns the car doesn't take the time to get himself a Non-Op, or Certificate of Non Operation, which would have saved him hundreds of dollars for a mere tiny fee. But if someone lets his registration lapse, and doesn't get a Non-Op, then he owes those "use fees" to the state. And if you buy the car and it has back fees, YOU owe the fees to the state, and no, ,there's no lay away plan. The best way to avoid all this is ask to see the current registration. If it's up to date, or there's a Non-Op at hand, then there's no problem.
  • you will get a tax ruin as quickly as you sell privately, you in user-friendly terms ought to cope alongside with your self with the DMV. as quickly as you sell your motorcar, you're waiting to be giving a bill of sale to the shopper and protecting a reproduction for your self that exhibits the 12 months, make, form, vin form, shopper's call, seller's call, purchase fee and date. There are loose types everywhere interior the cyber web in case you do searches, or you're waiting to as ideal hand write those. Have the shopper and seller sign and date the two copies. After procuring your new (or used) motorcar - as quickly as you're taking your place of work paintings in to get your registration, tags, and contact bypass for the motorcar you in user-friendly terms provided - confirm you to boot to mght take indoors the reproduction you stored of the motorcar you in user-friendly terms bought and tell them you in user-friendly terms bought that motorcar and the proceeds went in direction of your new purchase. The DMV will then in user-friendly terms can fee you sales tax on the difference. If the broker handles the registration and contact bypass of your new motorcar then you particularly won't have the potential to purpose this. I consistently shelter that place of work paintings myself for that reason. you're waiting to ought to schedule an afternoon to %. up some place of work paintings right here week from the dealership, as they might positioned across mutually each and each little element mutually yet it is astounding. optimal states have a grace era of moving plates so as long as you place your plates out of your previous motorcar on your new one and keep your purchase recommendations. with you till you finalize each and each little element with the DMV - get your stuff dealt with interior the given term of moving your plates, each and each little element is criminal and ought to maintain you cash. I particularly have decrease than no circumstances had a broker positioned off the attitude on me. If for some reason they lose place of work paintings and positioned off you with the flexibility to get you plates, optimal will paintings with you on a decision.
  • None. A "certificate" in private investigating would be worthless. Do you know what private investigators do? Most of their cases involve following a husband around to see if he's cheating on his wife. Usually that means sitting for hours in a parked car somewhere hungry, thirsty, bored, and needing to go to the bathroom. Also, it is very hard to get paid for doing that as the wife doesn't have the money to pay you. You would end up getting paid minimum wage or less. If you think being a p.i. is any fun or you make a lot of money, you've been watching too much TV. Real life is nothing like you see on TV.
  • i'm uncertain if a P.I. might desire to get carry of an definitely delivery certificates however the different records is fantastically elementary to get with or and not using a P.I. To get the ideal answer you could desire to look interior the yellow pages and phone up a P.I. and merely ask.
  • I'm 20 years old and I'm trying to decide where to transfer. All in all, I'm receiving 14,500 in grants and FASFA without any loans. And what's left to pay for school is still 10,000 for the year. I don't want to get into debt. Do you think this is a good offer from a Private school? How does this compare to others grants and scholarships? Please let me know! Thank you so much!
  • I'm not are in this category, but that amount is usually how much average people get for school (about 15000$) and if you need to pay an extra 10 then that's a high class education. But I'm only thinking Stanford or Berkley in California, even there it's a little more at 35000$ Those are prestigious. Ivy league must cost alot more though, not sure.
  • It depends where you teach...I believe you generally get more if you teach in a city rather than a small town. Also, if you teach in a regular public school you're likely to get more than if you teach in a private or charter school. A first year teacher makes anything from about $30,000 - $38,000. If you get into a really affluent district and stay there, you can make as much as $90,000 a year. Most commonly though, I think salaries usually top out around $70,000.
  • In San Diego, $3,200 per month.
  • In this order according to the graduate school rankings in US News.: Cal-Berkeley UCLA UCSD [San Diego] UCD [Davis] UCI [Irvine] UCSB [Santa Barbara] Personally, I think that UCI is probably a very strong #3 at the undergraduate level.
  • ucla
  • Cal Tech and Stanford are the only engineering schools in California for which it is worth paying private school tuition. None of the public engineering colleges, although many are excellent, is worth the high cost of out of state tuition for undergraduate school. A top public university in your state is fine for undergraduate work in engineering so long as the major is offered, which it is, except posssibly in a few states with very low population, in which case you should check to see if your state has arrangements for the payment of in state tuition at a public university in another state. Save your money for graduate school.
  • Check out UC Berkeley and Cal Tech... goood, goooood engineering stuff.
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  • 1. No degrees seem to have been prescribed for entrepreneurs to qualify them to found a corporation, including multinational corporations and a private military companies. The entrepreneurs hire professionals and qualified staff to run their organisations. 2. However, all big businesses are run with others money: either as share holders or as lenders. Before giving their money, the owners of money will certainly look into the abilities and track record of the entrepreneurs. .
  • It depends on what part of California you live in and whether you are a FF or work for a private ambulance. FFs make great money and have excellent benefits.
  • EMS belongs to the Fire Department. If you don't like it find another job or MOVE to New Jersey.
  • Nope, paramedics are woefully underpaid, which is a shame because they're usually one of the first lifesavers on site.
  • I'm applying to a private school. I know if I were black or Hispanic, I'd have a higher chance, but I'm Pacific Islander. On the application, they have a separate space for Pacific Islanders apart from Asians, but on the demographic information, they say that aside from Caucasian, the biggest percentage of people who attend are "Asian/Pacific Islander". I don't identify as Asian, but I am Pacific Islander and I don't know if this is good and puts me on minority status, or if I am a majority.
  • People overemphasize the importance of any of this in admissions. Your chances wouldn't be much higher if you were Black or Hispanic, and they won't be much lower if you are Pacific Islander or Caucasian or Asian. Being male could help you more than being Black or Hispanic at many schools right now, and being female could disadvantage you. It just isn't worth worrying about, because the differences are minor, and only affect those on the edges. Schools do need to have this information, especially for financial aid purposes, because there are some scholarships which specify exactly to whom the money must be given. In some cases, this may include you, in others not. In terms of being from California, you might have had a greater chance if you were from Nebraska, but if you aren't, there isn't anything you can do about it. Again, it just isn't worth worrying about.
  • They claim none of this affects your chances, but we all know they want more hispanics and blacks and less asians so that there's more diversity. If they really mean what they say, then you should be fine.
  • at that price you are thinking to spend on a car it would be better buying it from a dealer,, yeah it might be more expensive but atleast you have got a warranty with it, buying a car from a private seller, it might be smashed repairable or the engine could seize up after 2k miles and that will cost you small fortune to repair and what happens after a few weeks you dont like it,, you cant take it back to the private sellar and ask for your money back, with a dealer he could take it back and offer you another car instead
  • I've never actually priced Honda Civics, but my guess would be around 12,000. KBB could probably give you a more accurate estimate.
  • This is a letter I sent to the Gov. of CA. Please do likewise! Dear Governor Schwarzenegger, Thank you for the reply to my previous letter concerning the judges' ruling about home-schooling in the State of California. I realize after reading it that I neglected a very important point. The Long family! It is important to me and to all home-school parents across the country that this family's rights should be restored. The court ruling took away their right to enroll their children in the private school program of which they are affiliated. And it denies them the proper choice in raising their children according to their parental choices. Please do whatever is possible to make this family whole again by empowering them to be able to train their children and teach them again in their own home. Thank you very much for your time. Barbara Besaw, SACHSNews editor
  • I support your decision for not wanting homeschooling kids to attend some kind of public/private school. There are alot of important answers why children homeschool. Some live in dangerous neighborhoods because they do not have alot of money. And their parents do not want them to be involved in the neighborhood violence. Various websites are talking about the new rule. Sorry about the homeschooling problem, if it becomes illegal then it will affect hundreds of thousands of homeschoolers.
  • Hi Barb :) I will gladly send a letter to the Governor as should other parents too! Since CA has this ripple affect on the rest of the country than we most certainly should stand up and support the issue and the family that is being treated unfairly. Just because there "might" be abuse in the home, doesn't mean that the child services there in CA isn't able to do their job and handle the situation even with them being out of the public school system!!!!!
  • evaluate getting the e book "The nicely-Adjusted toddler: The Social reward of Homeschooling" via Rachel Gathercole for apprehensive family individuals to make sure. Socialization relatively should not be a controversy. Which individuals of the family individuals are not helping you? in case you and your companion are in settlement, you do what you have desperate is suitable. family individuals will consistently put in their dissenting perspectives in case you enable them to, yet once you're sparkling which you have have been given made your decision and have concept it out for sure, they could pass away you on my own. in my view, we've been apprehensive approximately family individuals who weren't extremely joyful with the assumption of homeschooling. So, till now all of us started formally homeschooling (while the toddlers have been too youthful for college), all of us started making a family individuals e book that we'd deliver out 3 or 4 situations a twelve months. we'd comprise a lot of coaching on what the toddlers have been getting to understand, issues that they have got been doing with different young toddlers, field journeys we've been taking place, etc. and occasional notes on issues from the information approximately close by faculties or notes approximately articles on the super factors of homeschooling. We considered it our way of instructing the family individuals on what we've been doing, of allaying their fears that the toddlers have been being educationally overlooked, and of coaching them somewhat approximately homeschooling. It worked extremely nicely. additionally, attempt sending family individuals occasional worksheets or papers that the toddlers have achieved. in spite of in case you infrequently do worksheets, doing one each and every now and then will reassure them that the toddlers can do "regularly occurring college artwork" and seeing the point of artwork that they are doing frequently calms any fears that they have got. Or make a videotape of them doing classes and engaging in getting to understand activites and deliver it to family individuals. the toddlers will likely love showing off what they are able to do and it will help delicate issues over.
  • Do you really want the HS movement to be seen supporting parents who abuse their children? OK, so we don't know they're guilty, but we don't know they're innocent either. Argue the HS issue by all means but I would be very, very careful about automatically jumping to their defence just because they HS. If you personally know them and believe they are innocent then by all means fight for them, but otherwise, well just think how this could play out. 20 years of abuse claims? Not good PR for HS.
  • Thanks NJRoadie. I appreciate getting another point-of-view, especially one outside of fear. Does anyone have any news articles in reference to the oldest child's claims of abuse? I support homeschooling (after all, I do homeschool) but I am concerned about the claims of child abuse. Edit: I found the actual court papers, 20 years of abuse claims http://209.85.173.104/search?q=cache:-gf...
  • I support ya, Im going to be getting everyone I know to be sending a letter to Cali (i live in connecticut!!!!)
  • http://www.hsc.org/AppellatedecisionPlease check this page for accurate, up to date information about the CA ruling.
  • I bought a dog off a website from a private owner who seemed really nice and even gave his address for me to pick up the puppy. Originally this puppy was for my sister. But two weeks with the puppy I had to be realistic because I ended up taking care of the puppy and getting laid off from work. (I have my own puppy to take care of as well). The puppy needed the second set of shots which I was planning to do that following week. But it turned out someone wanted the dog first, so I let the buyer know that she needs to get a second set of shots. The buyer only paid me $120 for the puppy. I paid $250. I was happy that I rehome the puppy to a good home. But a week later I got a phone call from the buyer yelling to me that the dog was sick (internally) and that she had to pay huge vet bills. I offered her money back for the puppy but I have no money for the vet bill which cost alot. However, when the puppy was with me he had no signs of sickness, he was very playful and friendly. I'm really sad that my puppy is sick and now scared for him. But I'm also freaking out because the new family are telling me that I was at fault. I even called the guy I originally got the puppy from and am waiting for him to call back. I am concerned if they really try to pursue me, what are my legal dog rights as a one time private owner dog seller? and what are their rights as a buyer? Thanks.
  • You should NOT call the breeder you got it from and sue her. That's ridiculous. The puppy obviously didn't get sick because of the breeder. Getting the shots was your responsibility. However, when you gave the pup to the current owner and made a verbal agreement, that was a very bad idea. I'm sure it seemed innocent enough at the time and your intentions are obviously good, but that's the exact type of thing that ends up in court. It's a classic "he said, she said" issue. She could definitely prosecute, but hopefully it wouldn't stand up in court because there is no proof that it's your "fault." You weren't negligent and you did inform her, but she can claim anything she wants. Hopefully, she's just angry at you because her puppy got sick, and she'll forget about it when he gets better. Next time you do anything like this, everything needs to be on paper in a signed contract even if it's your best friend, but DEFINITELY if it's a stranger. Best of luck though!
  • You say the other family is saying you are at fault. Why are they saying you are at fault? How/why is the puppy sick? Lots of important questions to ask. Odds are, you don't owe them anything.
  • i don't know sorry...but i would think that you should call the breeder you got it from and "SEW" her!! that is very legal..!?!
  • As an armed guard someone has to have insurance in-case you make a mistake and someone gets killed or injured, if not you then the company you're working for. Also most states have some form of professional regulation for licensing armed guards, nurses, doctors, etc.
  • I am budgeting myself to save up for my first car, but I would like to keep in mind any extra costs that would come along with that. The car I have in mind costs about $6,000 to $7,000 and would be a relatively new car, from year 2003 to 2005. Please list the types of any extra costs that could be included, such as registration fees, along with an estimate of what they would cost. It doesn't need to be completely accurate, but I just want an idea of how much I need to save up. I live in California and do not plan to buy from a dealer, but a private party seller only. Thank you!
  • Buying from a private party will save you money, not cost you more. Dealers add all those extras into their final price, so you're paying for that anyway. Yes, of course you'll have to pay for the license and registration, insurance and any repairs that may be needed to get it through the inspection, and probably sales tax, too. That's just how it is, so budget another $600-$800 for all those extras that get added on by the state to any car sale. Make sure the tires are good and everything works so you won't have to pay to fix problems right away. Check out www.kbb.com or www.nada.com for values of particular cars you're interested in. Good luck!
  • well ? the cost of reg of course , that you can find on the CA website. then Calif will charge you sales tax. if you tell them you paid 3000 they will tax you less than if you tell them you paid 7000 new tires if you buy one with worn tires $400 have a mechanic inspect it before you buy it $65 and then car insuance costs. you can look on line at ins companies like geico and and put your info in and see how much your ins will be. also if you google " edmunds.com" you can find reviews , mpg, and $ values of used cars. dont use kelly blue book,, there price estimate are always too high.
  • There is no requirement of any kind that mandates a private business must become public. Good Luck, Dana B.
  • As I'm sure almost everyone knows, from a fiscal prospective, California is on the road to nowhere. With the current budget and tax rates, the state is heading for a recession itself. If you were Governor, what would you do to fix the problem? I personally would lower tax rates on business and individuals, encourage more private sector jobs and stop the unions from being so powerful. They basically control the state government. In the state, if you make over $100,000 more than half goes to the government (State, Local, and Federal) in taxes. It is really a shame. Wouldn't it be nice to have a little more money in your pocket to take that vacation or buy that new car or home. Tell me what you think. No mean, nasty answers will be accepted. I will ignore them.
  • It's a good question John, and my answer is: I feel there is too many idiots in California its a lost cause. Hope you find the answer you're looking for John!
  • Jerry Brown has done a great job of chasing one business after another out of the state . Rumor is that " Silicone Valley " will be vacating to Texas or Arizona next . Seems like the only people that aren't leaving are the 1/3 of the country's welfare recipients . It might be wise to beg and plead with business not to leave so there is someone left to tax.
  • There are two primary voter blocks in CA. Minorities and unions. Neither which is concerned with public sector debt which causes libs in office ( local, county & state ) to raise taxes & fees anywhere they can and that hammers the average CA employee and consumer. Then the liberal votes. The results have and will continue to be the items in your post. I don't blame the insane liberal politicians. I blame the voters. They are the ones who elect those who all but destroy the economy of CA or any other state up to and including the nation for that matter.
  • Following the path set out by Governor Brown in his recent "State of the State" address, which was well received in the business community and by the GOP and obviously does NOT lead "nowhere," would be a good start. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/24...http://www.fresnobee.com/2013/01/24/3146...BTW, you have to learn what constitutes taxable income, and the difference between marginal and effective tax rates,. It is simply not true that a person earning $100,000 would owe $50,000 in taxes.
  • Seriously? Given that states history and demographic make up short of a earthquake droppn ca. Into the ocean my only other idea would be to turn it into a military base or hunting club. Thats not at all meant to be hateful,nor funny. Simply put, I think it would be easier to pump and store water on the moon.
  • Taxes are the price we pay to maintain our infrastructure. If you do not wish to enjoy the benefits of the civil society and civic infrastructures that we've built for one another, or wish to freeload on said services while NOT paying taxes, then move somewhere else.
  • actuality: the city of San Diego (which includes maximum folk of the inhabitants of the County of San Diego) has extra registered Democrat electorate than Republicans. The suburbs - extremely to the north (and extra area of Orange County), are extra conservative.
  • Simple. Deport everyone from the state. Nothing else will work.
  • Make the 'sp^cs go dig for gold for minimum wage until they find enough gold to support their miserable brown life.
  • It's impossible to do without causing mass riots because one would have to end all the handouts - to illegal aliens, minorities, and unions.
  • not really sure, but I know if you list it on the pink slip as a present or you traded something for it, it'll be under 100 bucks.
  • check with the DMV for absolute correct answer
  • The buyer pays sales tax and other fees at the DMV when presenting the bill of sale. This is common throughout the country. Car dealerships are licensed to collect sales tax and other fees. I do not know about the seller and the IRS.
  • There are a few different reasons for wanting to leave southern california including: better promotion opportunities for my husband, the cost of real estate and living is very high here, and we want our children to go to good schools which is not possible where we live now (unless we spend the money for private school). We are considering Indiana, Ohio and Missouri. Is there anyone who lives there or has lived there who can give me some pros and cons of these areas? Thanks!
  • I have lived in Indiana & Illinois & still go there fairly often to visit. If you can handle the humidity then personally I think it's a great place to live. I truly miss it & will eventually move back to the area or to Florida (the water..ahh). Smaller towns are great places to raise kids however there is lack of opportunity (job wise). Cost of living is of course waaaay cheaper & I have found salaries to be comparable to those in major cities therefore affording families more financial stability. If my kids weren't from a split family & I was able to leave & take them with me, I would do it in a blink. Live in a smaller town but not too far from a larger city & have the best of both worlds. It is not for everybody but my advice to you would be to vacation there first & get a sense of the communities & the way of life there, talk to people that live there & see it before just diving in & then regretting it. I have been to southern California for vacations as well as much of the USA & for me.. I'd rather live on the southeast coast , the gulf or the bible belt.
  • I grew up in Ohio and have some fond memories of it (except for winter). The Midwest will be more humid in summer and can get quite cold in the winter with widely varying amounts of snow (more near the Great Lakes). Cost of living will be generally lower, although the larger cities can still be a bit pricey. The climate is enough to keep me from going back.
  • I am from Ca too. I just moved to So. Indiana in January. I can tell you......not just the weather and cost of living, but its the People here that will keep me. I Never want to go back to CA again!!! It is amazing how wonderful everyone is here! And it only snowed 3 times here and melted right away! The coldest it got one day was 19 degrees.......I was NOT used to that, but it wasn't that bad! Oh and this summer has been wonderful! Not over 90......just perfect weather! Now you will find that jobs payscale here is a LOT less. So I just decided to start my Own business! :) And everyone here will help you here if you do..it is such a change from the Busy CA lifestyle. I love it! Hope this helps!
  • interior the southeast tornadoes was once a rarity, final year we set a record of over 800 in one day. Judging from the path of the storms right this moment there's a great opportunity the northeast ought to start up getting tornadoes besides.
  • Yes, you can look for your family tree. It could be through hiring private investigator. However, you should have to prepare enough money for the payment. Or you can seek information about your clan through online. By searching you family tree online, you might find if you have relatives in California or doesn't have. Choose the right people search available online. site: http://www.web-detective.com/index1.aspx
  • All transfer applicants to public California universities must have completed 60 transferable semester units or 90 transferable quarter units, including the required classes, by the June before the start of the fall semester or by a designated date for other semesters or quarters. Out of state students have the lowest priority for transfer admission and students from California community colleges with worse records than the out of state students will be admitted before the out of state students. In fact, there probably will not be room to admit any out of state transfer students. In any event, it is a waste of money to pay out of state undergraduate tuition fees. For private USC you will need at least a 3.5 GPA, but only about a quarter of the transfer applicants are admitted.
  • I agree its not fair. granting public or private financial aid to illegal aliens will force citizens and students who are here legally to compete with them for limited resources. Bottom line is California doesn't have enough money to take care of its obligations to its citizens right now. The people, who if they're lucky enough to have jobs, certainly would like those limited resources to go to their children or grandchildren. They certainly wouldn't want that to go to people who come here illegally.o_O
  • All education should be privatized with NO tax payer theft. Education is NOT a right. For people who believe it is a right. Where does this right come from? As I stated there is No Right. I believe in freedom. With freedom comes choice. Private schools would give parents better choices. Not this one size fits all approach with a ton of waste. If people can only afford to educate one child maybe they would have only one. That's up to them. It is not fair for my neighbor who has decided to have no children to pay to educate mine.
  • I'm surprised that you're surprised by CA, they are a bunch of loons over there, actually on this day in 2008 they banned trans fat in CA
  • CA doesn't care about you, go to UNLV
  • i currently live in the bay area and im doin pretty shitty in school. i jus wanna go to a continuation school in the town i live in and my mom doesnt want me to go cuz she says its for losers.(moms a *****) says she wants me to have a choice in the matter but i dnt think im gettin one. if she sends me off i dnt think that im gunna do that good.i smoke a shitload of weed now and probably even more if i dnt have to worry about my mom bitchin at me.i have absolutley no motivation at all.i jus wanna have a simple life and my mom wants me to be a bigshot.the only reason i havnt dropped out of high school is cuz of my friends and my sister who is a freshman who isnt great at school but i tell her jus to keep doin what she's doin and i here you make 20k more with a high school diploma and also my dad dropped out and he's makin shitty money now. i wanna open my own bar, hookah bar, and a dispensery which may all be hard to open but watever. so anywhere near the bay area is koo and if you know of a place that sounds like it'll help then plz let me know. thanks!
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  • sure there is. Open mining 100' from any bridge-no claims permitted. There is open ground on the Yuba too, near Downieville. Up the American on the north fork of the middle fork there is some good ground, you just have to be aware of private claims.Get on I-80 to Foresthill Rd, go through the town of Foresthill to a road on the right #13, go on this a few miles bearing to the left and all that area has gold in the creeks.My biggest nugget from this area is 1oz3.5dwt. I got 450.00 for it many years ago. A whites goldmaster 2 metal detector works well in this area. Another place is steephollow cyn near Dutch Flat. You go to the town and turn up the road next to the post office. This will take you through the old hydraulic diggings. You go through them down and across the dam and up the other side. Turn right at the top and go a couple of miles and you will see a dirt road to your left. Go on this road 'till it ends. You will be looking at steephollow cyn. On the map it is section 20 and is railroad property and cannot be claimed. The biggest nuggets I have seen from here are 2&3 dwt woth one Gold and quartz piece of 4oz.. Do some research and check at Pioneer mining supply in Auburn for a reliable report of where you can safely go and for supplys.Good luck.
  • They can be very expensive, but if you want to go to an Ivy and the counselor knows the right people, using a counselor can be a big help. They know what the people who are going to read your essay would like to see, for example. Before you invest in a counselor, make sure you have the grades, test scores, extra-curricular activities and community service required by the Ivies. Make sure that the counselor belongs to a national organization of private college counselors and has at least a masters degree. Before hiring the counselor, ask how many students the counselor has succeeded in getting into Ivies and how many years of experience the counselor has. You do not need a private counselor for the University of California. BTW, if you have used your best English to write your question, an Ivy is out of the question for you. I'm not saying this to be mean. I'm saying it to save you time, effort, money and anxiety. Good luck.
  • Not worth the time and money. Anything they tell you you could find out on your own.
  • I have a chinese friend that would like to study in southern California but does not have the money for UCLA. Is there any online information or programs one can work with to do this with a different school? In China there are many but they are very expensive and may not have ties to many schools. If anyone has any experience with this any info or advice would be helpful. thank you!
  • All UCs have exchange programs with China. This inlcudes Berkley, UCR, UCSD, UCSB, UCI. He can also check the Cal State schools, which start with CSU.... For example, CSULA, CSUSB Those are the public California school, which are generally much cheaper than private ones.
  • I began my college search six-nine months ago and have ended on my dream, which is to attend college in California. Colleges I'm considering are Occidental, Pepperdine, SCI-Architecture, UC Irvine, UC Davis, U of Redlands, U of the Pacific. ACT 31 composite, SAT 1600-base 1390, SAT 2400-base 2130, GPA based out of a hundred 93, every AP class my school offers, carefully chosen electives, mock trial, lit magazine, tennis. Good essays. Best answer will go to the person offering most complete info! Thanks :-)
  • You are competitive for all. You have a mixture of private and state schools. Since you are out of state you are better off at the private schools. The state schools are so strapped for money that classes and waiting lists for the classes are large and it takes longer than the usual to get a degree. California is very strict as far as residency for tuition purposes so you would have to pay out of state tuition your whole time here.
  • The cheapest way to study art in California at a college with a dormitory is to major in art at a campus of the California State University. You will get much better instruction for much less money (many thousands of dollars less) than at private art colleges, almost all of which are for profit businesses which only care about taking the students' money, not about teaching. Except in graphic design, there are almost no jobs for art graduates in any event.
  • In California, at Kinship Center, we feel it is the organization’s responsibility to give you all the tools necessary to become a great parent to an adoptive child. We will help you to put together a family album which will tell the story of your family with pictures. You can post your profile on our web site and we will provide you with wonderful training in order to parent an adoptive child. Our organization will make your profile and photo album available to a birth mother who requests information on families who would like to adopt her child. You can also work with an attorney who may do the same thing faster as attorneys are allowed to advertise for birth mothers whereas adoption agencies are not.
  • I don't know much about private adoption as it's illegal in the UK. No private adoption doesn't speed the adoption process and no it isn't up to the agencyto search for expectant mothers considering adoption as an option. It's one thing an agency advertising its services but a completely different one for it to be actively searching for expectant mothers considering adoption. The thought of that makes me feel physically sick and it is morally wrong as it's another form of subtle coercion. Just because someone is considering adoption doesn't mean they will go through with it.
  • I genuinely imagine of a few are very shady. That grew to develop into into what grew to develop into me off kin adoption with suggestions from organizations, you purely do not comprehend who you're prepared to believe. I met with some human beings from kin organizations and that i undergo in thoughts being very uncomfortable with them. enormous phoney smiles and various avoidance of questions.
  • I hate the thought that people actually want to buy a child.
  • No democrats destroyed California by giving illegals so many rights and further expanding government to the point where the private sector could no longer support the number of government employees. Thus ending in bankruptcy.
  • That's only one of our state's problems. The more immediate concerns are the massive unfunded public service pension liability that no one seems to want to talk about and the fact that ecology groups are blocking any attempt to formulate a workable water plan. Illegal migration has certainly destroyed the public education systems in many CA cities, but its the state's policies that have allowed that. This is in a state where about 14% of eligible voters vote. It could be argued that we get what we deserve.
  • Yes, and corrupt politicians had a hand in it too. Both of the neighborhoods I grew up in are a total disaster now. There is blight everywhere, hardly anyone speaks English and the crime rate is off the charts. The gangs have taken over so many cities and the cops are even afraid to protect law abiding citizens. Glad I escaped.
  • Despite the blather you hear on Faux News, and the rants of know-nothings on Y!A, as well as the thumbs down this simple statement of fact will get, California has not been destroyed.
  • It's not helping! Budget surpluses because of high taxes. Toyota left with 2,000 jobs and went to Texas.
  • Yes, That's why most of my relatives moved out 15 years ago,
  • Too many cheese eating guidos and not enough cheese makes for a broken down state.
  • No... greed, corrupt politics and politicians - Dem and Rep do more destruction all over America ... but California is far from destroyed ... just a lot of jealous people hate Calif !!!
  • california now has a projected budget surplus
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  • So I've been to a few gun shows in California. Yeah, they kind of suck. The private sellers just aren't there much because every gun sale must have a background check, transfer and waiting period completed by a licensed dealer. As a result, you'll usually only see a few licensed dealers there selling their inventory. All the other tables are selling ammo, accessories or other paraphernalia associated with the gun culture crowd, like books, camo clothing, prepper stuff, valuable coins (for when paper money is worthless), knives, etc. I don't find gun prices to be any better than if I went to a gun store. And wow, if you paid $550 for a Ruger 10/22, you got hosed unless you got a really fancy model.
  • Walmart has the cheapest 22lr in AR-15
  • I mean there are so many out there on the web but how do you chose the right one,do they ask why you want info about someone? and only accept certain cases like spouse cheating or something,i see online there are agency's who are on lists for complaints by clients for selling there information or making it public,so how do you know who you can trust? And some say if you are looking for a lost friend ex boyfriend/girlfriend that they will no give any info as that could be considered stalking instead they ask the person if they want to give their info and that you are looking for them but that defeats the purpose if people dont want them to know they are inquiring about them and even people who hire one for a cheating spouse boyfriend/girlfriend isnt that a invasion of their privacy?so how does it work and what kind of info can they get,so do most private investigators ask why you want info on someone then decide if they will do it? And how are fees determined,like people who want to catch a cheating spouse they get pictures and info on them,cant that run into paying someone major money for that?are the most expensive ones the best?Would like to get some accurate info on this subject as a lot of the ineternet has scams and frauds thank you
  • Violet, one tip I'd give: Pick someone local to your area. They are much better than some of the nationwide services you see online. If you live in the California area, give Patrick Schneemann a look. When I did some research into Private Investigators some time back, he was a name that came up again and again as someone who knew what he was doing and whom you could trust for reliable advice. Good luck.
  • No, certainly no longer. whilst i grew to become into youthful and purely beginning out in social artwork I did some after hours artwork for the youngster's help and that i in basic terms lasted some months. first of all of the pager might flow off and that i might sense jangled. Then i might dream that I heard it going off at night whilst it did no longer. And the stuff I observed and discovered approximately human beings interior the small city I lived in i grew to become into no longer interested in understanding i found. those days, if somebody seems to rub me the incorrect way or strike me as unusual and that i don't comprehend I catch myself before i'm getting into thinking it too lots and purely pray and tell myself, this is none of my organization or God might have confirmed me that. :)
  • I live in the California area and I'm looking for a private detective. Anyone know a website where I can find one? Or at least give me an estimate on how much it would be to hire one? My friend suspects that her fiance is cheating on her and we're trying to find one. However, we don't have a lot of money right now. So please no sarcasm or messed up comments. She's hurting and we just need to find out what is going on.
  • Call how to catch a cheater or something like that they will hook you up
  • http://quotes.citiservi.com/l/usa/quotes...http://www.cali-pi.org/The first site will get you a free quote from 3 different PIs and the second will list all the PIs in California.
  • There are several other factors that decide how much financial aid you get besides income: http://www.ecampustours.com/payingforcol...If you need to include your parents income on the FAFSA that means you are dependent FAFSA status. (note dependent FAFSA status has nothing to do with dependent on taxes). From FAFSA help: Will I need my parents information: Were you born before January 1, 1989? As of today are you married? At the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year, will you be working on a master's or doctorate program (such as an MA, MBA, MD, JD, PhD, EdD, or graduate certificate, etc.)? Are you currently serving on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces for purposes other than training? Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces? Do you have children who will receive more than half of their support from you between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013? Do you have dependents (other than your children or spouse) who live with you and who receive more than half of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2013? At any time since you turned age 13, were both your parents deceased, were you in foster care or were you a dependent or ward of the court? As determined by a court in your state of legal residence, are you or were you an emancipated minor? As determined by a court in your state of legal residence, are you or were you in legal guardianship? At any time on or after July 1, 2011, did your high school or school district homeless liaison determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless? At any time on or after July 1, 2011, did the director of an emergency shelter or transitional housing program funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless? At any time on or after July 1, 2011, did the director of a runaway or homeless youth basic center or transitional living program determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless or were self-supporting and at risk of being homeless? If you are considered a dependent student, your parents must answer the parental questions on the FAFSA. If you can answer Yes to any of the questions above, you are considered an independent student and information about your parents is not required on the FAFSA . Note: Health profession students may be required to provide parental information regardless of their dependency status. If you have a special circumstance that prevents you from providing parental information you may be able to submit your FAFSA. However, your FAFSA will be incomplete. You must contact the financial office at your college and provide them with documentation to verify your situation. Okay what they mean by special circumstances are if you are homeless, are you adopted, are your parents in jail, were you removed from them due to abuse, you dont know where your parents are etc. You put this on the FAFSA but then you need to contact the financial aid office and they will ask you what documents they need for proof and what you need to do to be considered as having special cirumstances. So even if you move out, pay everything yourself, and still answer no to all those questions above you still are dependent and need your parents information (the last parent you last lived with who supported you the most financially). Also whoever that parent is you who lasted supported you if remarried legally then you would also need to include their financial information too. Based on just the income of the parent if that is the parent, then you would not qualify for grants but you could qualify for federal work study and federal loans which are way better loans then any private lender like a bank etc. There are federal student loans and parent loans. http://studentaid.ed.gov/students/attach...sample award offer from a college:http://www.triptocollege.org/paying_coll...
  • Even if you live alone, your are still considered a dependent per FAFSA rules. Whichever parent you lived with last or had primary custody of you, will have their income included with yours on the FAFSA. If you are an only child and mom makes $80K, it's doubtful that you will be offered any grants, but you will receive federal student loan offers.
  • It depends, do you live with your mom? because if you do, I don't know if you'll get money because of her high income. If you live by yourself, then you most likely will.
  • ok so i just moved to florida. I am a freshman in high school. Im 14, but still looking at colleges and scholarships and all that. I go to a private catholic high school, and get good grades. throughout my years in high school, i am going to have over a 3.5 grade pt average, and seeing if i can get a scholarship. im also a very competitive tennis player. but, my main question is can i still get a college scholarship in california, if i live in florida? how do i do that? do i apply for them, and do i have to live there for a certain amount of time? but i was a resident for 14 yrs until last week(i just moved to florida last week) i would like to attend a college like ucsb. thx u guys!
  • You can absolutely apply for scholarships that will help you go to school in California when you are currently living in Florida. The only difference is that if you were still living in CA and applied to state schools in CA, you would be eligible to pay in-state tuition which is generally a lot cheaper than out-of-state. Because you are living in Florida, and will be when you apply for schools, you will need to pay out-of-state tuition. Unless a scholarship is specific to a certain school, you will be able to put the money towards your out-of-state tuition. You might also want to consider apply for grants as well. If you need more information I would suggest checking out the site http://www.educationgrant.comThis site has tons of information about scholarships and grants- including info on where to find them, how to apply, and how to avoid scams. Good luck, and good for you for planning so far ahead!
  • One thing you'll need to consider is that the UC schools don't accept many out-of-state students - check the percentage of accepted out-of-state students in the college guidebooks.
  • I'm looking to "go away to college" and I'd like to go to California, particularly the Los Gatos/San Jose area. I currently have 12 credits (soon to be 28), and a 3.9 GPA. I wish to become a public school teacher, majoring in history and teaching Middle/High school. What colleges should I be applying to?
  • Your best bet is the private University of Santa Clara if you want to go to a four-year college. It is a a Catholic University, but religion is not pushed on non-Catholics, although one or more religion courses may be required. San Jose State is very crowded, California residents are favored for admission and the only realistic time to transfer and be accepted is for the fall semester after you have earned sixty credits. Spring transfers are not accepted at all. Stanford accepts very few transfers, usually accepts them only in the fall after they have earned sixty credits and usually requires a 4.0 GPA. If you would like further Information on these colleges or on two-year colleges, please email me. If you are currently going to a public college or university, I do not believe that it is a good use of money to pay out of state tuition at a two-year college, but I will discuss the best ones with you by email if you wish. I live in the area and know the local colleges well. Best wishes.
  • Oh, in the San Jose/Los Gatos area, there is basically only Santa Clara University and San Jose State. You could try santa clara, but you dont really have enough units to get in. 28 is not much when other applicants are doing like 60+ (which is about 2 years) same with San Jose state. You need more credits if you want to be able to transfer anywhere (i'm assuming you are a transfer applicant cuz high school students need SAT, college students use credits) 28 is not even half of what the UCs and CSUs want and with the California State budget the way it is right now, your competition has a big advantage over you cuz many of them finish at least 60 units before they apply.
  • I've taken Amtrak from Cali to Colorado many times. Even though it's expensive, spend the extra money on a roomette. Your own personal private room with a large window, and the meals (yes, they really are 5 star) are free, and can be brought to your room on request. It can cost twice as much as a flight ticket, but there's nothing quite like it if you're not in a hurry. Give your conductor a $10 if you like the way he took care of you.
  • Pancakes is right. It's a great way to travel and they usually try a little harder than the airlines or bus companies. As he said, get the sleeper. Hands down. No better way to go. If you like, bring your favorite beverage, turn out the light and lay down and watch the best TV on two rails; America. I've been 'training' since the old days when you could stand on the platform, open the top half of the door and watch the world go by. Man! Cup of coffee and the sunrise? That was awesome! Until the conductor would chase me off. I do fly but if I have my druthers, I prefer taking the train. Toonces "Skimbleshanks"
  • You are wasting your money. You cannot ride on ANY public property. NONE!! This includes any public off road riding areas. You cannot ride a bicycle on a sidewalk. The ONLY place you can ride one of these motorized toys is on PRIVATE property with owner's consent. How big is your parent's driveway? If caught on the street, you will be ticketed and the toy impounded. It will cost you far more than the purchase price. This question has been asked over and over. Answer will always be the same. Law doesn't change. EDIE EDIT Unless your neighborhood is private property, you cannot ride on public roads in your neighborhood. Someone will call the police, you will be ticketed, and pocket bike impounded. Did you read either of my links? Did you read the part about detaining an impounded pocket bike for a minimum of 48 hours? Tow and storage fees alone can cost over $300.
  • Mini Bike Laws
  • It is NOT legal to ride a pocket bike except on your parents property or where you have a landholders permission the ride it. The laws are not the same as for a push bike so riding on sidewalks, public streets and car parks is a definite NO. You haven't mentioned your age or size or what you really want to do with it but just think about how boring Mom and Dad's driveway will become after riding up and down for a while. There are heaps around second hand with not much use from guys who have 'stepped up' to a more fun bike....
  • For example, in California and Texas, operation of pocket bikes and mini-motorcycles is illegal on all public streets, sidewalks, and trails. Legal operation of pocket bikes in these states (and many others) is limited to private property only.
  • Looking at numbers alone, California ranks in the bottom in terms of public schools offered. But when u take a look at the university system available for California residents, they are off the charts. With Cal, UCLA, UCSD, Davis, Irvine, UCSB, UCSC, and even Riverside all ranking in the top 100. How does one explain the worst in HS level but higher education is the best?
  • Proposition 13 many years ago cut property taxes, which is how schools are financed. If it had just cut property taxes for private individual home owners it wouldn't have been a problem, but it also cut them for huge land owners, giant corporations. When prop 13 was on the ballot believe it or not a lot of rich people and corporations were against it precisely because they wanted California to have stable financing, they thought the value of the state having stable financing was more important than saving money on their taxes, and having an educated work force was important. It was marketed with "send a message to Sacramento"--a really cute slogan, the people bought it, didn't think things through, and what they have lost because of prop 13 far exceeds the value of what they got out of it. Stupid. Its an example of democracy failing, destroying the state, but I guess if people are that stupid they deserve what they get.
  • They everything is easier in Califonia, lol.
  • I own a rental property in southern california. I had to evict a tenant. in the process I was award a money judgment. I have attempted to garnish their wages. one tenant is already paying a judgment, the other isn't paid by their employer (they keep a percentage of what they bring in and pay the rest to their employer). can I garnish their federal or state tax refunds? if so, how?
  • A private creditor can only seize a tax refund that has been deposited into a bank account. You would put a lien on the account, not to mention all personal or real property the person might have within the jurisdiction. Local procedures vary as to how you actually "seize" or "reach" the value of what is under your lien. It can take many hours to track down assets of defendants.
  • absolutely nope. google your local laws on granishments as they vary
  • No you can't . Only fed & state gov agencies can. Never individuals or private creditors. Did you put a lien on their property at the courthouse after you got your judgment? Vehicles? Helpful link (orange county superior court) collecting judgments http://www.occourts.org/self-help/smallc...Good Luck
  • No. You need to request an account seizure, where you seize any money she has in any bank.
  • I recently bought a 99 Volvo V70 XC from a private party in CA. I'm attempting to register the vehicle in my name, but have come across the fact that the only smog certification that was given to me is seven months old . (much longer than the law required 90 days when selling a vehicle.) What should I do about this? Also does anyone know what happens when you don't notify the DMV about the transfer of registration within 10 days of the sell/purchase?
  • In California, the original owner must have the vehicle smogged before they sold you the vehicle. You can have the vehicle smogged yourself. You can try to get that money back in small claims court. Here are the transfer laws including the 10 day notification. http://www.dmv.ca.gov/online/nrl/nrlfaq....
  • Just get the car smogged yourself, it takes about 20 minutes and costs $40 at the most. It's not a big deal.
  • Lauren - that's admirable which you do not desire to "ruin somebody's existence," yet they of course did not have the comparable appreciate for you. that's as much as you, yet i could checklist the vehicle stolen. you have the call, proper? you have the criminal proper to the vehicle.
  • of course. Talk to your counselor. The next SAT date (they are done saturdays) is June 6 and you will have to pay money for registering late. There will be several more, I just don't know their dates
  • extra commonly than not, no. In England we take SATs in Years 2, 6 and 9 yet they're taking into consideration abolishing them because it places too a lot stress on little ones to attain sturdy consequences. i have purely taken my KS3 SATS and to be straightforward, they don't quite count number for far yet my English instructor in undemanding words informed us that when the checks so as that we doesn't purely go away the papers. i imagine they're only a level for the authorities to confirm how properly colleges are assembly their aims of preparation criteria. maximum inner most schools choose now to not take SATs because they could particularly concentration on a extra rounded coaching even though it truly is completely as a lot because the faculty. also, if there are particular students who've problems with Maths, English and technology, they could take delivery of time previous regulation to finish the checks or not even take them in any respect.
  • The California DMV website has a "fee estimator" feature. Give it a try. "www.dmv.ca.gov". (Note, "DMV.org" is NOT the official California DMV website) If you are buying this car from a private party make absolutely they can put a CLEAR title in your hand BEFORE any money is exchanged. Do NOT compromise on that point!
  • way too a lot=== i wouldnt personal a automobile there modern-day Registration: 31.00 modern-day California street Patrol: 10.00 modern-day vehicle License cost: sixty six.00 modern-day County service Authority for restricted-access highway Emergencies cost: a million.00 modern-day Fingerprint identity cost: a million.00 modern-day Smog severe Polluter restore cost: 6.00 unique Smog Abatement: 6.00 modern-day vehicle robbery and/or DUI Crime Deterrence software: a million.00 modern-day deserted vehicle cost: a million.00 modern-day Air high quality administration District: 2.00 Use/sales Tax: 775.00 Reflectorized vehicle plate cost: a million.00 finished Registration expenses: $126.00 finished Use/sales Tax: $775.00 Grand finished Registration expenses: $901.00 40 six minutes in the past
  • I'm not sure, I'm sorry.. But can you tell me what kind of car it is that you're talking about?:)
  • Private colleges offer more financial aid, so in many cases, attending a private school can be just as affordable, if not, more than attending a state university. Anyhow, I recommend looking into Occidental College, Claremont McKenna College, all the UC schools, and University of Southern California.
  • Public or private DOES matter because SOMEONE has to pay for it. Are you a LEGAL resident of the United States and of the State of California? If so; all you have to do is apply to colleges that YOU want to attend and see which ones will accept you. Perhaps you should figure out what sort of major of college degree you want to obtain BEFORE you mail in your application package.
  • Claremont college! I believe they have the highest graduates attending Ivy League grad programs
  • The depends on what you want to major in, what field of work or career path you want to pursue. Different colleges have different connections and internship opportunities.
  • California only answers please. Selling an old car, not registered, not running from my storage yard location. This is my car, no delinquent/lien problems, straight sales one private party to another. Is this just like selling any car, doing a release of liability, sign the pink slip over at DMV, get the money and leave? or because it hasn't been registered in 20+ years and has no plates, are there any other type of requirements? Will I be required to pay sales tax on the sale also? When I stored it way back when, I applied for non use/non running paperwork so no past due fees apply.. Thanks for any observations..
  • If all the paperwork is in order, yes, it is that simple. You will not pay taxes, it will get collected by the DVM when they do the title transfer, so the buyer pays it. You should however make an appointment with the DMV to make sure everything is in order. The only non use paperwork I know of is planned non operation and that is only good for 1 year. You may have a nasty surprise waiting there.
  • I have no thought how this fantasy keeps going around. Stansell is thoroughly incorrect. there is no seventy two hour era to retun a motor vehicle - EVER. no longer 3 days, 3 months, 3 hours, 3 seconds. as quickly as ink is on paper the transaction is very final. This guy can threaten lawsuit all he needs. it incredibly is his surprising to hold a case in the previous a choose. besides the undeniable fact that, he will lose and be out the courtroom costs besides. If he threatens you with a lawsuit provide him 2 products of education: The handle to the courthouse the place he can document his case, and the circumstances of day Peoples courtroom and decide Judy are on - so he ca do his legal study.
  • I just graduated my private high school in California. I'm trying to find a job and I'm wondering what is a good hourly wage to be making at this point in my life? Every place I apply at only offers $7 an hour, and I made a dollar more than that back when I was in high school! I know I don't really have any 'qualifications', but could I be making more than minimum wage now? I'm just curious to what peoples thoughts are on the subject at hand.
  • I say just take the best offer and build your resume my while looking for another job. You become more desirable to employers when you are employed, while you also gain experience and money.
  • Dont just make money by being employed.. invest! what i mean is, go sharpen ur communication skills, knowledge about being financially literate, stockmarket n stuff. of course u're just a kid, but kid, its worth the hell of investment in the future when u've gained all that.. go to the book store and read the Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens book. U'll thank me kid
  • anywhere from minimum to 10 hrly. I know some high school students who have had jobs for awhile so I depends on some of your experience and maybe references you can get.
  • waiter/waitress work ir bartending is a nice business to get into without any real exp needed often. the tips are off the books,
  • Im a senior in HS right now. I did alrite in HS, 3.6 weighted gpa and 1700 sat but I only had one year of foreign language in Chinese. I took 2 AP english course and one AP gov/econ. I applied to several schools but I am really considering just going to Santa Monica College for a year and then transferring. I want to transfer to either a UC, U of Washington, Rutgers, or any other prestigious 4 year university. I want to major in business marketing. Ive finished stats and precalc already. I plan on taking at least Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 to meet the foreign language requirement. I plan on studying very hard and getting a 4.0 gpa. I qualified for the honors program so I can go with that route. Where can I transfer after one year? What will I need to do at my JC? Can i transfer a UC like UCSB after one year at SMC? And also I heard thats your summer following graduation doesnt count or something, so should i not take a course over summer like Spanish to make sure I have 2 semesters done by application time?
  • Students cannot transfer to any California public university until they have completed sixty semester units or ninety quarter units, including the required transfer classes. It is a waste of money to pay out of state undergraduate tuition fees at a public university. Almost all universities require that work required for fall transfer enrollment be completed by the previous June. You can transfer to some private universities if your freshman college GPA is high enough. You will save many thousands of dollars by completing two years at SMC in the guaranteed UC transfer program and completing its requirements.
  • Lili totally under rates CalTech. Check this out: 12 California Institute of Technology (PhD Program) Private School, Research University, Offline Only $98,800 $126,900 The lower salary is straight out, the higher is after five years. [See source.]
  • That would depend on where they worked. Most people with PhDs teach at universities. Assistant professors (the starting level) in Computer Science are probably making salaries in the $70s and $80s Edit: oldprof (and I'm an academic myself), I'm talking about academic positions, which is what most people with PhDs are going to get. A university isn't going to pay someone out of Caltech and someone out of RPI much differently for the same assistant professor position. Moreover, you notice that I gave a figure for assistant professors, which is the STARTING position at universities. I was not talking about private industry. I did check my figures, by the way. You need to read a little more carefully.