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  • My mom got laid off from her job at a local school district about 3 years ago and not only that she broke her back from a biking accident. Since then she's been going back to school now for about 2 years to be a counselor and I find that very commendable of her, but she's been out of the work force since she broke her back. I understand it takes time to recuperate but it doesn't take 3 years. She's been using educational loans to go school and recently she used it to take us to Hawaii and last summer to a cruise and it was really fun and all and I truly did enjoy myself, but the reality is that she is just accumulating a whole lot of debt. From my understanding, I'm only 17, is that she hasn't applied for anything not disabilities nor social security or even unemployment. My mom claims that she's been going to interviews and looking for a job but she's been saying that for a while now and no progress has been made, and I know it takes time to look for a job in this economy but she could've at least applied for some sort of help from the government to earn money. My mom is putting herself and our family into debt. It also seems as though she has become accustomed to not working. She always gets mad at me whenever I tell her to get a job and says that it's verbal abuse. Now my dad on the other hand he's had his fair share of problems with his jobs as in he's also been laid off a couple times but has always gotten back into the work force and has a job, not the best job but a job. My dad isn't the best provider as in he only provides the bare minimum to none and my mom does everything. I really don't understand anymore and am at a total lost. I'm really frustrated, I'm only 17, and I'm worried that we're going to be kicked out of our house and into the streets.
  • its tough, your mom is on defense mode. understand that money is an adiction worst than meth, your mom has an adiction to credit and she is always thinkign about a future solution and not a present one. dont nag.. whenever she does something right , hug her, tell her how important it is for you... tell her you admire her. at the same time you should look for counseling.
  • Couldn't really think of a title, sorry. Anyway, I had dropped out of college and really messed up my financial aid. There was difficulties in my life that prevented me from continuing, but I didn't go about it the right way. This was maybe 3 years ago? I completely forgot about owning them money till I got a letter recently. I owe financial aid, a good amount of money. Will they touch my bank account? My bank is empty, but I recently got a paycheck from a side job. I'm afraid to add that money and the college will take it :( UGH. Yes I know this will kill my credit score, but I just wanna know if they'll touch my bank. This is the state of Hawaii, if that helps. I know probably should call, but I've got a bad feeling about that idea .-.
  • If you received any loan money Federal or otherwise, you will need to pay it back. As the previous commentor mentioned your wages can/will be garnished, you could receive jail time also. Your best bet is to contact the loan company and discuss your financial situation. The worst thing to do is to let the loan get sent to a debt collector. If it has already, you will need to make some sort of repayment agreement to get it taken care of.
  • Yes, they can freeze and take your bank accounts when they find them. They can also garnish wages and tax refunds.
  • If Greedy Wall Street, the creators of our present economic mess are being bailout by the Government, then it only makes sense for Main Street/Middle Class Taxpayers who will foot the $700 billion to also get some sort of bailout. After all, greedy wall street made millions in all the bad mortgage backed securities, CDOs, derivatives, credit swaps etc thus whether they are bailed out or not, it will still be a win situation for them. On the hand, hardworking middle class have lost half of their life savings, 401k, have to prolong their retirement years, have to take second jobs to cover their health care cost and tuition for their children...this absolutely doesn't make sense! For the bailout to work and directly impact the financial system, I propose 1/4th of the $700 billion to be given to main street in these forms: a) another round of rebate check, so people can buy gifts for their family during the holidays which will raise revenues for retail shops; b) get two months relief from paying mortgages and rent, so that good citizens who with hard work have not defaulted their mortgage payments will be rewarded and in the end it will help these same mortgage companies that will are trying to bail out to reduce the number of default payments; c) tax credit for everyone so that families can regain back some of their 401k savings that they've lost on the stock market; d) 1 year tuition re-reimbursement, zero percent loans for college and graduate schools to encourage people with dead-locked jobs to pursue other careers that can lift them up to upper middle class level and help them compete globally and chase good jobs in China, India and Europe; e) Relief for people who pay live in States that pay "Vehicle Tax", zero percent auto loans or rebate checks for people to pay their next car insurance. f) Since the CEO's outrageous salaries will be reduced, it is only fair for that surplus to be used to raise hardworking employees' salary to 7%-10% annually against inflation. The current 3%-5% annual increases is ridiculous especially when few people are given based on office politics while senior management get millions in bonuses, free jet flights, re-reimbursement for the luxurious trips and lunches. Again, Main Street need a break, even if the $700 bailout is given to Wall Street, they will still squander it and buy more corporate jets, big mansions in cayman island, Bahamas, Hawaii, Bermuda and purchases of islands in Dubai and the Carri beans. Rather , when the money is given to main street, the money will have "IMMEDIATE, DIRECT on our financial system to stimulate the economy since it will be locally used to pay bills, spent on gas and Christmas shopping. Please petition to your local Government Reps so Main Street, the innocent people will also be bailed out!! From a distressed Citizen looking for sponsorship for graduate school!! Email if you are rich and can help, our beautiful mighty country, America belongs to all of us.
  • We are pretty tough, we probably will make it, but it would be nice to have a pot to pee in.
  • I want you to really think about it. If you had that much money overnight how would you spend it the next day and weeks/months to come? Knowing that it will eventually run out what would be the most important things to pay for right now? Im just wondering the point of views of other people. I was fantaszing it would happen to me earlier and its been on my mind for a while. I am in a bad situation in my life right now I dont even have a place to live. And I guess I was juts hoping something good will happen to me and bail me out of this mess. Oh that would be so great! LOLGod knows I sure do need all I can get. Anyway I am very interested in all your answers and curious to know what you would write. In case you are wondering what I would do with it you can read the following: For me it would mean: 1.) Buy a place to call home for me and my daughters..............$10,000-$15,000. (I just want a nice mobile home that is decent and pretty. I know most of you think its lame but honestly i dont see anything wrong in that. Some of them are really nice!) 2.) Furniture and decor for my place...................................... (I love to decorate and I think I would do a good job on this budget.) 3.) Pay off my car........................................ (Its about to get repossesed :( I wish I could just throw the money in thier face and tell them to leave me alone.) 4.) Pay off all other debt like student loan, credit card, and collection bills.....$10,000 5.) Pay off my mother's bills and debts as well as my sisters.......................$20,000 6.) Help my sister pay off her house...................................... 7.) Buy her a used car in great condition.................................. (She wont mind) 8.) Help out my family in Mexico..................................... My poor people they are suffering over there.) 9.) Help my closest friends.................................... 10.) Take a few vacations.................................. ( I can make 2 happen on this budget. I would go to Hawaii and Seattle with my mom and daughters) 11.) Help animals and children through donations.................................. $20,000 That would leave me with $50,000 and I would save this for as long as I can and probably live off of this for a while until I find a good enough job that would keep us stable. I wouldnt go spend it all crazy because I would regret it later although I would really want another car a NEW one but for what? I already have a decent one I just need to pay it off ya know? If this would just happen to me I would be the happiest woman in the world knowing that I everything will be ok! I wouldnt exactly have finacial freedom but i would have peace of mind! Maybe it wont last a life time or a LONG time but I know we would be ok because I would spend it responsibly. Oh gosh, and one of the best parts of this expirience would be that my daughters' father will have his jaw wide open for days! He kicked us out and spend the little bit money we (mostley mine that me and my daughters recieve from welfare) had on liqour and other women. He even traded our food stamps for cash. It would be so awsome if I was just blessed this way somehow and just throw it all in his face. Actually I wouldnt even talk to him about it. I would change my number and stay as far away from him as possible. Go to the courts and prove he doesnt care about the kids and he would just be trying to get in for the money. I wouldnt give him any because he is untrustworthy a womanizer and an alcholic. We need it more. He left us the way we are. Im sorry thats a whole other subject. Im sorry I write too much. LOL You didnt have to read it all just the top part. I just got a little carried away I guess. My bad! Ok thanks everyone in advance!
  • the sad thing is 200k is a life changing amount for you and me but chump change for athletes ,tv stars, movie stars, bankers, stock brokers,etc i would pay off my house and buy a nice ford truck. save the rest. i am doing ok the way it is but 200 k would be a nice boost
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  • Dreaming about something that is not likely to happen is a waste of energy. Perhaps we should all spend this energy thinking of ways to earn $200,000 before we worry how to spend it..
  • that would just be enough for a down payment on a house where I live so I would move some where cheaper and start a small Business
  • I'm a 20 year old female. I have a GED but I also have some college credits. As pathetic as this sounds, because I'm so young, I'm currently going through a divorce. My husband was army and was abusive, so I somewhat hold a grudge towards army and don't want to join Army. I'm living in my hometown, dead-end town again and I basically just want opportunities. I want to be able to travel, and meet new people, and have a successful future. My family is rather poor and I know I will never amount to anything in this town. So I'm ready to do something big, devote myself to something bigger than me, and reap the rewards of doing so. So, I'm really just looking for a little advice, any would help. Thanks!
  • Being a Navy Vet myself I am a little biased on my opinion. I loved my time in, while it had its ups and downs I wouldn't trade it for the world. I had the same situation, graduated and wanted to get out of my dead end one horse town. It proved to be the best, I got to go to some pretty cool places, while I never left the states I got to go to Hawaii. Deployments can be a little crazy but the ports you get to visit in the Navy are pretty cool especially if you buy the right stuff while you are there. When I was joining the Air Force had a waiting list and so I decided I wanted to join the Navy and that is what I did. Wouldn't change that decision now for the world. However if you do have children the Navy is not for you but the Air Force might be a little more family friendly. Good job on taking the steps to make a better future for yourself. And its very good that you recognized the abuse and decided to leave. Way to many women don't pay attention to things like that and stay and end up way too abused, or worse. The military is a good route and it will give you a good career and such for the years to come. EDIT: Despite what the British Vet says, while the Navy does spend alot of time on ship they do get to get off in different ports and experience different things. The Sailors may work hard, but they get to play as equally as hard. The Navy does get to get off their boats and can even use the computers and emails on the boats now as well. They can also take their own personal computers into port and use the internet connections there as well to chat with their families and such back home. I should know my husbands deployed right now.
  • You need to do a bit of research on both branches before making a decision. First, you should make a list of what you want out of the military, like good family life, education opportunities, cool job, etc because some branches offer more than others. The Navy and Air Force are two of the best branches in my opinion, but I prefer the Air Force. You will be deployable in both branches, you may leave on a ship for 6 months in the navy, or sent overseas to an AF base for 6 months (6 months is the average last I checked, it may have changed) The Air Force is great for family life, the standard of living is really good and your kids, if you have/plan to have any, will have a great time growing up on a base. Enlisting incentives, the Air Force will probably have a waiting list, they turn down applicants because they are not in demand and they don't need just anybody, and I think they only offer a $10,000 bonus, but they will also pay for your schooling when you are able to take classes. The Navy, im not exactly sure of the numbers, but they offer a more generous bonus, like 20 or 30 thousand and you will be able to take classes as well. Talk to a recruiter on both sides and find out which one is right for you
  • I was in the Air Force and I really liked it. I believe they are paying 100% tuition right now but sometimes it changes. You can also get the GI bill which can pay you extra or you can wait until you leave the military to use it. When I got out of college in 2001 I couldn't find a job because I had no job experience. I joined to military for 4 years and now I have a great job making good money. I'll never regret being in the military. However, the reason I got out was because I had a baby and I didn't want to have to be deployed all the time. So if you're planning on starting a family soon you might want to think about that.
  • First of all, let me commend you on your decision. I am currently enlisting myself, grew up in a military family, and I know the pride the military can bring to an individual. If you want to travel then either of these branches would be good. However, if you have children or value time with other family members, then the Navy will not be for you. You can end up on a tour of duty on sea for about a year or two after you complete Basic. The Air Force is probably the best for ease of service but as being enlisted, you may not see as many opportunities to travel as you'd like. Also, they don't have as many career and job options as some other branches and are fairly strict. They may not even let you in with a GED (they would want a traditional diploma) anymore since they are pretty full at the moment.
  • Of course you can travel with the Air Force.. Doesn't matter if your enlisted or an officer. The only thing in your case is the air force is picky with letting people in with GED's. I think you'd need a 65 or better on the Asvab for them to even consider you .
  • Can you not go to college? That will give you some more opportunity, not much but better than BK, if not they are totally different, do you fancy being on a ship for 6-8 months at a time? I would go air force would be my opinion, least you can get off camp, navy cant get off their ship, but college would be better i ve done both.
  • What do you want to do? Personally, I would go Navy. Airforce enlisted personel have a harder time for advancement. You also travel more. I joined the Army... may go medic in the Navy though...
  • Didn't you ask this exact question about three days ago? and you expect to get some drastically better answers this time? You have to do your own thinking
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