So I recently found out that my transaction history online for my payments with Bank of America do not last forever, not only that, but they barely last over a year.
This is pathetic and makes me want to switch banks immediately. Yes, I should have backed up my payment history myself but I thought this would be available until I closed the account. For $12 a month in maintenance, you'd expect them to keep the logs available for the life of the account. We're not talking gigabytes here, we're talking mega or maybe even kilobytes of data they're... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I work at a community bank as an underwriter, but I have my personal accounts at the bank. Our system keeps transaction data for the life of the account. They also send a monthly statement with all transactions.
Do you not have your prior monthly statements? I'm not sure about the regulations but I'd think they'd at least have to keep that info for a few years. Try to stop by or call them to see if you can get copies of prior monthly statements.
Help, biz. I'm afraid of choosing the wrong major, MIS or CIS. I want to do db stuff, I'll get my oracle cert, etc. But I'm not 100% sure if that's what I'll enjoy doing 10 years from now. Which major leads to more opportunities and/or is more desirable in grads? I have an associate's in business administration and about a year's worth of classes that can go either to mis or cis. It's time now to finally make a decision and I'm pulling my hair out.
>>1045199 >CIS curriculum: https://rap.psu.edu/information-systems-infsy-recommended-academic-plan Why would someone who studies information systems take classes on humanities, arts and other irrelevant subjects?
>>1045202 My guess is because being well rounded individual is not a bad thing, but ultimately it's money of course. I don't mind taking humanities, arts, sciences, etc. Personally, I think it's quite pathetic when a person only knows their field of work and completely oblivious to everything else. You cannot really converse with this person about anything but his niche interests and his field of work.
18 years old, living in Canada. What trading platform should I use for short term? Lowest commission rates possible. This is simply to test it out with minimal capital, and see how all this shit works. By no means am I hoping to "get rich" like all these other brainless fags, but rather an unresponsive test run. If someone knows of a great simulator for this shit, that would be welcome too.
Assuming you're sufficiently educated on the languages, (front end, back end, or full stack up to you) create a portfolio of your projects.
Then go to small businesses and professionals and say they have a shit website and cite some research about $x increase in sales from a better website for only $x/y. Don't ever do anything for free even if you are just starting off. Insist... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1045189 Look, you need to make it through the CompSci program. Two big reasons:
1. The dummies in HR aren't even going to look at a resume without a degree and tons of buzzwords. It doesn't matter how good you are or how relevant it is to the job, they're just ticking off boxes.
2. Assuming you really want to be a decent developer, you have to know backend technologies. You'll have to interact with Java/C#/PHP and a database (SQL) on almost any project. As a new hire, you don't have the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I submitted. It didn't require documentation, but just wanted you to confirm that a hold was placed in those years with account info. I've had at least 2 holds that I remember. One pissed me off. Nice to have revenge.
How much earns Team Leader in Amazon USA center per hour ? And how much in Germany ? I want to compare it with mine sallary, im a Team Leader in Polish FC and just want to know ;) i've got 18PLN per hour, its about 4EUR/h (in Poland it's quite good sallary
>>1045190 Yes you would have to pay taxes on it. In the US if you only make 16 an hour your taxes won't be too bad. Your quality of life/ standard of living would probably be about the same, but at least the US has some warmer climates than Poland.
I work on a business company, and we are currently selling products to a company in Singapore. They buy a lot of iPhones and Mac computers, and until now they have used more than 20 credit cards. Sometimes these cards are rejected, so they just send other ones, just like that.
I would like to know if these cards are fake, because most of them have been approved, and we have received the money in our account. But I don't want the police to come to our facilities, so I want to be sure that those cards are not fake. Any advice?
For the casuals: The latest drama with Mike Hearn calling Bitcoin a failed experiment is a strategic move by R3CEV to influence banks and industry away from Bitcoin, it further proves the fear they have of it being a success (which is not working, as we have tons of new stuff comming soon with 0.12, which will translate in a price recovery over the next weeks as we've seen before after alt-fork fears, which translates in a good opportunity to buy at a discount -pic related-, nontheless ups and downs are irrelevant and just market noise in the long term towards Bitcoin's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1045064 So. What possible new "stuff" can bitcoin provide...from a utilitarian standpoint , that another coin or these industries simply making their own blockchains cant achieve?
Onviously the security of the size of the btc chain but since the incentive keeping the chinese mining is cash thats sort of a lose end (if pruce drops below break even for long enough theyll mine something else)
I feel like bitcoin is the myspace of cryptocurrencies
>>1045093 The network (users, ecosystem) is what makes it valuable. Everything an altcoin does, bitcoin can implement (and vice versa). Thats why the banking group is trying to sow discord and divisiveness in the community. When that falls apart, bitcoin goes with it. I wonder how long Hearns has been on their side. The block size is not the real issue. At last I truly see.jpg
>Not wanting to face a lifetime of debt, Cooper sacrificed three years of his life to pay down a $255,000 mortgage on a $425,000 Toronto home he bought in 2012.
> He worked up to 100 hours a week at three jobs: pension analyst; financial writer; and supermarket clerk. Naturally, the bachelor's social life suffered. Cooper also lived like a pauper, maintaining a strict budget and residing in the basement so he could collect rent on the rest... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1045040 Feel sorry for the guy working like an animal for an expensive house. Had he worked as hard these last years living at his parent's house(with 100 hours per week you have no life anyway) then very soon he could probably buy 2-3 houses for that money.
>>1045029 Some wonder if CVX will reduce their dividend, anon.
You should wait to see if that comes true.
There is a lot of buzz among industry people now about what OP is mentioning. Everyone wants to know who will get beat down even more and then bounce back. Wait until mid year before making any decisions. There is gigantic pain yet to come when the April credit reviews begin and the "write downs" commence resulting in massive equity devaluation and "destruction" of capital for which the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey, anons, should I quit my job or let myself get fired after recieving a week and a half of notice because I told them I won't be able to work enough hours? My dad said I should write them a letter asking to switch jobs from deli to carry boxes outback or something, but honestly I feel like it's too little too late for that right now. In all honestly, I've ranged from being a great employee to being just an okay employee so I don't feel entitled to much. Is it unwise not to be an unscrupulous grabber of all I can get right now? Is it dignified... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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