Long story short, I'm employed full time and get paid $15.55/hr, I found out I've been approved for a loan, my job pays for my rent, groceries and internet bills but nothing else, now my question is, since I've been approved for a loan, minimum $2,000, maximum $7,500 (my credit score was able to bump the max of 5,000 to 7,500) is the bank gonna pull a fast one and raise the monthly fee?
>>1008304 Are you saying your job pays for those things for you or that your wages do and nothing more?
Also, why the loan and what fees are you curious about? Like a maintenance fee on the account shouldn't go up because you have good credit. If they do that, tell your bank to fuck itself and go somewhere else. If you mean loan payments, yes. Payments on a $7,500 loan are higher than payments on a $5,000 loan if ask other terms stay equal.
>You can't compare the country's finances to a household's finances! They're fundamentally different because...
Please educate me and finish the sentence in clear language. I have looked at multiple sources and failed to find an ending that doesn't immediately either move the goalposts or bring in new assumptions.
>>1008301 >You can't compare the country's finances to a household's finances! They're fundamentally different because...
because your spending is my income, and my spending is your income. A household can reduce its expenditures. A society that collectively reduces its expenditures all at the same time will also collectively reduce its incomes by the exact same amount.
I think I wasn't clear in my OP. By country I meant government pretty much, since the "you can't compare..." sentence in the OP always is used to justify higher taxation.
So your post right describes a closed system where everyone is spending currency X. Obviously, all spending = all expenditure. The government to household analogy describes non closed systems where debt can accumulate or decrease depending on the level of spending.
There was a thread a while back on this topic and I missed it. Who all is/was a cop? I know it can vary depending on the area you're patrolling but how's the stress, pay, etc? The area I'm looking at pays well, but just want to get some insight.
Why aren't you taking ritalin yet ? My concentration levels skyrocketed since I took it. I managed to read 4 economic books in 1 week and completely absorb the information. I managed to turn $12k into $2.5 million in 10 days thanks to ritalin. Now I know what to do and how to do it.
>>1007967 It really depends. It can get you free college. So in that sense, it might be worth it, as you can use that college education to make more money.
The money likely isn't that great. It's my understanding they get paid more when deployed. So there's that, but the base salary is shit. The good part is the government covers your housing, food, healthcare, etc. If you don't blow all your money on stupid shit you should come out ahead.
The largest barrier to buying something is finding a seller, if the US takes a large enough hit then they'll probably auction one off.
Kind of like how that Mexican cartel bought a diesel conversion of a nuclear sub from the Russians. If he bills is as some kind of humanitarian mission there would probably be protests if he wasn't allowed.
>accepted into uni from my place. Parents can pay tution but dont want me to get res. what do?
I got accepted into Laurier uni
it's a uni far away from my place. My parents can afford the tuition but not the residence costs and they are actually willing to move to the area (it's in waterloo, a ghost town) so they don't have to pay for my res.
Res is a place where you get to develop your social skills and distance yourself from becoming NEET, my worst nightmare. But my parents don't want that.
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>>1007892 Living on res won't magically make you not autistic. It'll make it easier to be social but either way you'll make most of your friends in classes. Save money and just work on your social skills, there's plenty of people who live off campus at university and make friends/go to parties. You just have to accept that you won't be able to party every single night.
There's also a lot of shitty parts about res. Bad food, sharing bathrooms, no privacy, potentially forced to be around annoying people 24/7.
>>1007823 Because they market it as "healthy". There a huge health craze going on in the US and it has just began. It's why you see explosions of chains like Waba Grill which is just overpriced rice and protein. Trendy shit. Although Chipotle took a hit because of the recent news of unsafe food handling practices it should bounce back. Hell, look at all the bad press that Wendy's, McDonald's, and Weinershnitzel got and they are all big as ever.
You'll do lots of SQL (including SSIS) You'll do lots of reports (from Tableau to Excel) You'll go to lots and lots and lots of meetings
What do you want to know specifically?
Thanks for posting porn on a blue board while I eat family dinner with the in laws, retard. Now I have to keep this window discreet. Normally I breeze right past porn pics. Fortunately for you I like talking about myself.
Hey /biz/, First year commerce student checking in. Still unsure what to specialize in, b/c I like everything I study so far. I was told these books would teach me a lot and help me understand what I want more. What book would you recommend I start with? Is there more must read literature that is not on here?
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