Ouch. Have you considered looking into the financial-guru Dave Ramsey?www.daveramsey.com/.../pay-for-college-without-student-loanshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiojMLm6KK0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh9Ior8GLFo (Note: The video is a promotion for their book Debt-Free Degree, but the points they mention are valid.)And if you want more personalized advise, you can call during the radio broadcast…https://www.daveramsey.com/company/contact-us… or e-mail him at any time using this form:https://www.daveramsey.com/show/email
@N192K001 Dave Ramsey is awesome. However, I've cut my spending to just rent and groceries. I cannot afford more than that, even with my roommates helping. I do not have a vehicle or public transportation where I'm at so a 2nd job is too hard to come by. At this time I cannot increase my income, lower my spending, spare money toward debt or savings. I'm basically stuck. I have one shot, but my credit gets in the way. I technically qualify for the law enforcement agencies around me (all of whom pay double what I make now or more) but my credit gets in the way there.
Save did discuss a credit-score alternative: the VantageScore.https://your.vantagescore.com/I'm not sure how wide-spread this is also used by employers, but it seems that the 2 credit-rating bureaus (Experian & TransUnion with links to them in each article) of the 3 issue VantageScores:https://your.vantagescore.com/where-to-gohttps://your.vantagescore.com/resource/56Apparently, adding proof of paying your utility-bills can boost your VantageScore and/or credit-score.your.vantagescore.com/.../can-rent-and-utilities-improve-your-credit-scores
Correction: "Dave did discuss a credit-score alternative: the VantageScore."
Did leaving make you happier and awarded you with internal peace of fulfilment
Absolutely so. My change from 'European' to 'Asian' life gave me a lot of opportunity to get rid of 'bad habits' and to get to know alternatives. Not saying that everything 'is made of gold' here - but your word 'fulfilment' meets it more or less on the spot.
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In Essence you are right, but you literally left your country to fight a war on foreign soil It didn't matter what I thought at the time I followed my orders and did not hurt anyone that didn't pose a threat to myself or fellow Trooper's/PJ'S Male or Female
Wrong. I have never fought in a war anywhere.
I was speaking of myself
Does a country like that exist? Go what's the worst thing that can happen. Better try and regret than never trying 🌹
They've definitely killed more people than the Nazis and its insane to believe that anyone could seriously consider a form of government with such a horrific track record of death, poverty, oppression and misery
@SuccessfulHornDog agreed also a lot of people try to say the nazis weren't socialist but they were its says it in the name or aren't names meaningless at this point
You're right, People often refute that in order to save Socialism from its own history
Well, Italy or UK
Glad you're home safe now
Thank You, I literally spent 8 years in Iraq and Afghanistan I never even saw my daughter other than through a computer until I was home and she was already walking. Thank You Once Again.
I agree. The only reason leaving has even crossed my mind is financial reasons. I absolutely love America and its people (I joined the military for that love) but the government has become corrupt and the financial picture for anyone earning less than $75,000 a year is horrible.
What made you always come back? And what makes you leave that frequently?
I like to travel. The longest I've lived outside the country continuously is only 5 months.