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  • Mar 29, 2021 10:11 PM
    Last: 8mo
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    I swear the more people I know and the more I see from all over the place having a bachelors degree is becoming less and less desirable. I think that these days having an associates or bachelors is pretty much the same as having a high school diploma. Of course from an educational stand point it's different, but in terms of what you pay for the degree itself is it really worth it?
  • Mar 28, 2021 03:43 PM
    Last: 8mo
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    Does anyone have any recommendations for good checking accounts that don't have any fees? I'm getting tired of paying the bank over and over for monthly maintenance fees. I get what they're achieving from those fees but since I know there's other banks out there that don't do that to their customers than it only makes sense for me to start using one of those. Thanks in advance.
  • Mar 27, 2021 03:00 PM
    Last: 8mo
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    How does an anonymous artist that primarily does street art make as much money as Banksy does? I don't understand what he even does to make money. Does he have it set up to where his accountants and another select group of people know who he his so all the money made from his art is handled and given to him by those people?
  • Mar 21, 2021 10:17 PM
    Last: 8mo
    196
    Yeah if you can play it right and within the rules then it's a great idea.
  • Mar 26, 2021 09:05 PM
    Last: 8mo
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    Recently I got a new TV and some decent speakers for bedroom in my house. Those paired with a decent little chair has made for an excellent littel home theater. I know some people go all out and spend thousand of dollars on this stuff, but I found that you really don't need to, at least not for the average person to enjoy. There's definitely a pride that comes with an all out home theater, but all you really need a decently dark room and a nice TV to make it a great experience.
  • Mar 17, 2021 12:50 PM
    Last: 9mo
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    I recently learned the "buy once, cry once" motto the hard way with purchasing some new tech. I decided to cheap out a bit and try to save money here and there on certain aspects. But low and behold, I should have just gotten the more expensive version of it so I didn't have to deal with the little annoyances that come with the lower quality build. Now the product is used and I can't return it. So anyways, just thought I'd remind everyone that it's usually a good idea to fork over for the better version of a product if you can. Except for the undercoating. Never get the undercoating!
  • Mar 15, 2021 04:25 PM
    Last: 9mo
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    WyattTown Wrote:

    I unfortunately changed by bank account AND moved since I got the first one. My first check was direct deposited after I updated the info on the IRS site. Then my second check was mailed to me after it failed to send to my old bank account.

    And now they don't have my new bank acct info and they don't have my address. BUT as long as you do a change of address with the post office (which is what I just did as I only moved a few days ago) you should be fine.

    I have my mail forwarded to my new address too and will keep checking my old mail box for the next few weeks (until the key is changed) just in case it comes by then.

    sounds like you should be good. I was in a similar situation and it got to me in just a week.
  • Mar 17, 2021 01:13 AM
    Last: 9mo
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    I've been looking around now for a while for a good time to invest into crypto currency. There's the obvious few that are absolutely blowing up right now and will most likely continue to blow up for a good while. But I'm more curious about the ones that aren't necessarily blowing up, but are a good investment. Are there any that are looking like they're good for the long game? I know there's never really surefire investments, but there are ones here that are probably more safe than others.