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Whats the best bank for me?

10 answers · 19 hours ago
I am a senior in high school in Illinois and just got a job for this summer(my first job). I plan on attending ASU in Phoenix, Arizona. The options of banks close to the campus are Bank of America, Chase Bank, Wells Fargo, and Midfirst Bank. Which bank is the best of these options?

Does the defendant have to pay the million dollars in a lump sum or do they make installments?

How to get a loan at the weekend?

7 answers · 21 hours ago
I left it too late today as I thought I had enough for the weekend but my boss left his wallet at the office and I had to pay for a full tank to get us home. That money will be returned next Friday with my pay cheque. Now I m screwed, I tried to apply for an over draft but the banks are closed till Tuesday, they... show more

I recieved my check a day early . I tried the mobile deposit where all I have to do is take a picture of my check and it will be deposited into my account. I did this around 6:00pm yesterday , Thinking that today *04/19/2019* since its payday it would be on my account. I woke up this morning and it still said... show more

I’m in $70,000 in debt help?!?

14 answers · 5 days ago
Best answer: Easy. You allocate 50% off the top of your earnings until its paid in full. You had 4+ years to think about what you were spending. I chose to work my way thru junior college and a college where I commuted. Zero debt. Did someone put a gun to your head and force you to borrow?

Best answer: By living beneath their means. To get there usually requires a person to get on a budget. Document how much money is currently coming in. Document exactly where all that money is going out. Then look for ways to bring more money in and/or send less money out. Once your income exceeds your expenses, you can... show more

Hi, My PayPal account went $14 in the negative a few months ago. I don't use Paypal often so I let it sit for awhile, forgetting about it. When I remembered I went to log into my account only to find that it had been locked. So I am stumped about how to pay off the $14. Thanks.

Best answer: You should pay a tax for cheese

They won’t do a payment plan and they want it paid in full by April 22nd and I do not have the money unless I pull my 401k or accept a high interest credit card to take a cash advance In this case would you pay it in full by charging it off? I won’t be able to come up with the money