I have three things I want you to know about me. The first thing I want you to know about me is that I’m shy. The second thing is that I don’t like sitting in the front row, I like to sit in the middle or back. The third thing is that I don’t like being called on a lot.
In this life everyone in the world has opportunities, especially people from United States. In this country everyone is able to find financial help, either from the government or organizations, for education (Scholarships, FAFSA), and for health (Obama care, financial assistance). Sadly, some people are lazy or they just can’t get the help.
The first two weeks that I began tracking my spending had very different beginnings and endings. In "Week 1", I did not have a lot of money to spend, so I obviously used my money very sparingly; I spent most of the money on necessities. The reason that I did not have a lot of money that week is because it had almost been two weeks since I had been paid, and I had spent most of my pay check in those previous weeks. So, I ended that week with less than six dollars and pretty much nothing to put into savings. This situation happens to me almost every pay check and it never really phased me until I started putting it on the Excel spread sheet and put a zero dollars in the "Amount to be saved" space. In "Week 2", I wanted to have an amount to
I am very grateful to the generation have sacrificed for the United State. They help me have a good country to live, and a freedom country. I’m not a U.S. citizen but I live in United State and my dream is to become a citizen. I was a Vietnam citizen and i love my country a lot when I was little, when I was grow up I realize that the country I live in is not good like I thought.
In situations one, as a thirty-five-year-old, single female, full-time student, with an annual income of $6,000.00 ($500 monthly), it is unrealistic that I can afford $452-683 for health insurance. The quote of $683 actually exceeds my monthly income. Although the quote of $452 is within my monthly income, it does not leave any room in the budget for basic expenses or use of the insurance. The lowest quote I was able to obtain was from United HealthCare at $90 per month. This is more affordable, but copays and deductibles are high. Even though this monthly payment is low, my monthly income would be stretched when trying to use this plan. In this situation, the answer is no, the cost of health care does not fit my budget nor is it affordable. I do agree that we should pay for healthcare, but I believe in it being affordable and useable.
Two: Among other things, I would mention that the reasoning behind motivation is why we tend to say we need to make a dollar buy more by stretching it on the basis that we are in fact living from paycheck to pay check and when
Introduction This section was a very useful tool, creating my financial plan. since I have a lot of Financial obligations established at this point in my life. I have several expensive since I own two rentals and my own primary home. I also established a little bit of debt for books but I have no tuition debt establish due to my schooling. I have one credit card with a high balance that I would like to rollover to lower interest loan. Although before my illness my credit score used to be at 728 but due to my illness I filing bankruptcy. I have a low credit score and I know to establish a higher score. I will have to wait till the bankruptcy drops off my credit score in 2018.
The Growing Disparity of Wealth In America Its amazing to see such instances of poverty in America given how economically strong and powerful our nation is. I goto school in Costa Mesa, CA which is a predominantly middle class suburban area. We are not far from the Beach and Disneyland geographically. Our own college spend over a hundred million on a new building, but there are still homeless students living out of their cars that go to our school. I drive past a Lamborghini dealership around the corner near our school, and then see homeless people just down the next block on Harbor Blvd.
Have you ever felt robbed of a childhood? At the age of six, I was placed into the DYFS system. I moved from house to house, not really having the chance to grow up like normal children. I didn’t get to experience things such as ; asking my older
The budget that I have constructed below is my salary as a single-woman living and working on my own. My monthly gross income is $3,333.00. My taxes deducted as following: $216.66 goes to federal withholding, $206.66 for social security, $48.33 to Medicare, and $229.93 for the state of Wisconsin. That leaves my monthly net income to the amount of $2,473.17.
I would tell my medical manager that I wouldn't be able to do that because In so many ways it is just like fraud. Then that would make me responsibly if something was to happen. Then it would make the practice look bad as well as myself. I would report to her boss and let he/she know about the situation. Then I would immediately start looking for another job because I'm already being underpaid and I do not want to commit fraud just to get a decent check. I could not continue to work in a environment like that. This is a decision you should not have to think about because I know that I have worked very hard to get this far and I wouldn't throw it all away for somebody else. As well as thr consequences behind it. I would feel like I have let
I get down on all fours and relax my whole body, my bones begin to crack. Unlike most wolves, where it stops hurting awhile after your first shift. Mine shift didn't. It still hurts even though it has been six years (No. Our cloths they don't rip, and no. Don't ask me where they go)
Opportunity costs mean a person decides to complete something but all other opportunities are put on hold or lose the utmost attention. My opportunity costs associated with Bethel’s online program include not having to find babysitters for my daughter, I am also able to work and go to school without having to adjust one schedule in order to make another one work, also I get to continue with my regular household work daily. If I would have chosen to go into the traditional classroom then it would have cost me gas because the closest school is about twenty away. Even though most Bethel classes are one day a week, I am a store manager and must be available to my store often. I do not have to pay a daycare or a babysitter to watch my seven and
As I was about to transfer $150 from my first paycheck to my mom’s account, I began to think about what I have been through the past five months. Ever since I came to America, I had been wanting to reduce my guilt of using my family’s saving. I posted job requests and applied to different stores but only received junk mails; I went to McDonald’s ask for seeing the manager several times, when I finally saw her, she promised to call me back but I had never heard from her. However, the more jobs I tried to apply to, the more I realized I am responsible of making decision myself and the more skill I developed on writing a resume. One day, I received an email from a local Taiwanese restaurant saying that they would be glad to interview me. Surprisingly,
I asked the MSR if she had any information on their savings accounts. She told me to go online and look it you. "It's the same address I gave you on that business card." She did not ask questions to determine my future needs or offer to follow up. The MSR did not give me any materials to take home with