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2023.06.04 19:36 coolPineapple07 How much do I keep in my checking account for credit card payments?
I've transferred majority of my funds to my savings account for the sake of not missing the interest. However, having a hard time with the math on how much percentage or amount should I keep in my checking to auto pay my credit cards. I have 4cards in total (all linked to same checking account) and my usage is approximately $1300/month+ rent. Could anyone please suggest, thanks!
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2023.06.04 19:35 mibifer Tix for concert caverns 6/4
Selling 3 tickets to king gizz tonight ag the caverns in TN! HMU we will sell for cheap ⭐️
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2023.06.04 19:33 lastedit905 Car stolen and in repair for 90 days
My car was stolen on March 16 and found April 14, the same day that the insurance was closing the claim and paying out the car.
The car had some damage and was it totaled. It went to the dealer for repair and due to back ordered parts, has been there for 60 days.
At this point I am 90days in without and car and the insurance only covered 30 days of rental. I have had to cover everything else (car seat, rental, etc) since then. I still have a 1k deductible to cover and with that, I will be about 2k in for a car that was stolen and recovered.
Is there anything that can be done? I don’t know when I will get my car back and the dealer can’t give me an answer on the backordered parts.
At this point it would be cheaper to buy another car than keep renting. Do I have any options?
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2023.06.04 19:33 NoneInterestLoanUSA We can offer you a loan of $400 with no interest for your house rent bills
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2023.06.04 19:31 TheOtherEK91 Vancouver: Just moved into a new place on Thursday, landlord is reneging on his word and threatening to serve me with an eviction notice! What are my rights here?
Hey everyone - This is a bit of a pressing issue.I moved into a 2BR place that I love in kits on the 1st. When I signed the lease, I had a sit down conversation with the landlord who seemed really nice where I asked him if it would be OK if I found a roommate, to which he agreed on the condition that it was my name on the lease and that if I decided to move out the roommate would also leave and not continue to rent the unit.
In the 3 days I've been here, the neighbours have been unbelievably cordial and friendly with me, but they've gone on and on and on about how the building landlord is a huge POS who deliberately and repeatedly breaks the law and safety codes in the interest of saving a few dollars and screws everyone over - but this isn't the point. (If it helps, I could get each and every person who lives in this building to sign something stating that this is typical of his character as they all seem to really dislike him for one reason or another)
I've attached screenshots of my most recent conversation with him from today where he has now completely changed his mind and is threatening to serve me with an eviction notice for brining in a roommate - I'm completely dumbfounded because up until this point he's been really nice with me, but he's trying to claim he never said that even though he absolutely did and my friend who was with me at the time of signing heard the whole thing.
I just spent almost $2000 moving here and I've already ordered furniture for the patio. Can he really do this? I'm trying to be accomodating and fair with him but I specifically made the decision to get a roommate because he TOLD ME IT WAS OKAY!
Does anyone know what my rights are here? I can't get evicted from this place, and my roomate has already paid first month and deposit to me and is flying from Toronto TOMORROW to move in. Link to conversation: https://imgur.com/a/TVPFgC1
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2023.06.04 19:31 DunkinDonuts_throw Fast food restaurant lies about my hired wage ($11/hr) and changes paycheck's wage from $10/hr to $7.25/hr due to me quitting without a two weeks notice. Other illegal activities below
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Thankfully, I left very quickly as I had been interviewing and got accepted to a job that paid much higher soon after starting here. Most of my coworkers were college & high school students, though. I'm tired of being exploited for being young. Rent in this area is $1k for a 1 bedroom, yet jobs barely want to pay you over $10/hr or give you full time. Love being in the rural south!
2023.06.04 19:29 FluffdaddyFluff Savings is getting big, not sure what to do with it
I (27M) am in a situation I've never been in yet, where my earnings are high enough that my savings has grown to a point where I have 50k in cash (10k emergency fund, 40k just sitting I'm a checking account). I'm also maxing all of my retirement accounts.
At this point, I don't really know own what to do with the money. I have an older vehicle with 170k miles that I know I'll eventually need to replace, but I'm hoping to get another couple years out of it. I'm renting a condo now but don't want to buy a property since I expect to be moving out of my current area in the next year or so. However, I would like to buy my own place by 30, so I feel like it's smart to start preparing for my down payment there.
In thr past, I would just throw all of this extra in an index fund, but I'm wondering if maybe it does make sense to put it in a money market account for the off chance that I do need the cash for a car. I feel like it's not worth saving for a house until I at least move to an area that I think could be a long-term stay.
Does anyone have any suggestions for how you would manage things given all of this? I'm feeling a little overwhelmed about what to do.
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2023.06.04 19:29 TheRealLBJ Real Estate Investment Fund or Syndicate where the main objective is to pool together cash for new development, and then sit on the properties long term for steady Cash Flow?
Hi all, recent inductee into the FF club with the sale of my business last year. I'm aware of real estate investment funds or syndicates where they are structured like PE e.g. invest money and it's returned to you in 5-7 years after some appreciation of the assets.
What I'm more interested in is something more long term. Basically invest in a fund where the goal is to develop new Residential/CRE and then hold the assets for cash flow for a period of 15+ years. I can't see any reason why a fund like this couldn't generate 8-10% IRR once it starts cash flowing after 1-2 years, since I know that if I used $10M in cash I could do the same thing on a singular industrial warehouse development project. The beauty here is that you have much greater leverage in a fund, the underlying asset is appreciating, and you also get a steady paycheck via monthly rent that is inflation protected.
Does something like this exist?
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2023.06.04 19:29 ALesson_Learnt It seems a KES 50k salary under the current regime will no longer be able to sustain someone
2023.06.04 19:28 Final_Dragonfruit331 Let's make a deal, a TN for a TN
2023.06.04 19:27 Thetruthbehindlies Home buying-How long does it take to build credit?
Bankruptcy discharged in 2014-but does not fall off CR for another year. Credit mid 500’s. (no cc/cash is used for everything/bad idea 💡) $80,000 income/solid work history. $0 debt. $1800 rent/reported to all 3 credit agencies for past 11 months. (had to have a co-signer) Lease ends in August. I feel I have no choice but to sign another lease. So disappointing.
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2023.06.04 19:26 Asleepfarm420 Resources for Relationship Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence
What is relationship abuse?
Relationship abuse is a pattern of abusive and coercive behaviors used to maintain power and control over a former or current intimate partner. Abuse can be emotional, financial, sexual or physical and can include threats, isolation, and intimidation. Abuse tends to escalate over time. When someone uses abuse and violence against a partner, it is always part of a larger pattern of control. Warning signs of abuse
- Do you feel nervous around your partner?
- Do you have to be careful to control your behavior to avoid your partner’s anger?
- Do you feel pressured by your partner when it comes to sex?
- Are you scared of disagreeing with your partner?
- Does your partner criticize you, or humiliate you in front of other people?
- Is your partner always checking up on you or questioning you about what you do without your partner?
- Does your partner control where you go or check the mileage on your car?
- Does your partner repeatedly and wrongfully accuse you of seeing or flirting with other people?
- Does your partner tell you that if you changed, they wouldn’t treat you like this?
- Does your partner’s jealousy stop you from seeing friends or family?
- Does your partner make you feel like you are wrong, stupid, crazy, or inadequate?
- Has your partner ever scared you with violence or threatening behavior?
- Does your partner throw or break objects to intimidate you?
- Does your partner make you feel scared by driving too fast and refusing to slow down when you ask?
- Does your partner say, “I will kill myself if you break up with me” or “I will hurt/kill you if you break up with me”?
- Does your partner make excuses for the abusive behavior? For example: saying, “It’s because of alcohol or drugs,” or “I can’t control my temper,” or “I was just joking”?
- Does your partner brag about bullying or harming others or animals?
- Has your partner abused or killed your animals?
- Does your partner impose stereotypical gender roles or invalidate your gender identity?
Types of abuse: Physical abuse
is any intentional, unwanted contact with you or something close to your body, or any behavior that causes or has the intention of causing you injury, disability, or death.
Emotional abuse & verbal abuse
- Scratching, punching, biting, strangling, choking, or kicking.
- Throwing items at you like a phone, book, shoe, or plate.
- Pulling your hair.
- Pushing or pulling you, or forcibly grabbing your clothing.
- Threatening to use or using a gun, knife, box cutter, bat, mace, or other weapon against you.
- Touching any part of you without your permission or consent.
- Forcing you to have sex or perform a sexual act.
- Grabbing your face to make you look at them.
- Preventing you from leaving or forcing you to go somewhere.
includes non-physical behaviors such as threats, insults, constant monitoring or “checking in,” excessive texting, humiliation, intimidation, isolation, or stalking.
- Calling you names or putting you down.
- Telling you what to do or wear.
- Yelling or screaming at you.
- Intentionally embarrassing you in front of others or starting rumors about you.
- Preventing you from seeing or communicating with friends or family, or threatening to have your children taken away from you.
- Damaging your property (throwing objects, punching walls, kicking doors, etc.)
- Using online communities or communications to control, intimidate, or humiliate you.
- Blaming abusive or unhealthy behavior on you or your actions.
- Being jealous of outside relationships or accusing you of cheating.
- Stalking you or your loved ones.
- Threatening to harm you, your pets, or people in your life.
- Threatening to harm themselves to keep you from ending the relationship.
- Gaslighting you by pretending not to understand or refusing to listen to you; questioning your recollection of facts, events, or sources; trivializing your needs or feelings; or denying previous statements or promises.
- Making you feel guilty or immature when you don’t consent to sexual activity.
- Threatening to expose personal details, such as your sexual orientation or immigration status.
refers to any behavior that pressures or coerces someone to do something sexually that they don’t want to do. It can also refer to behavior that impacts a person’s ability to control their sexual activity or the circumstances in which sexual activity takes place, including oral sex, rape, or controlling reproductive methods and choices.
- Unwanted kissing or touching.
- Unwanted rough or violent sexual activity.
- Refusing to use condoms or restricting someone’s access to birth control.
- Preventing someone from using protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs.)
- Sexual contact with someone intoxicated from drugs or alcohol, unconscious, asleep, or otherwise unable to give clear and informed consent.
- Threatening, pressuring, or otherwise forcing someone to have sex or perform sexual acts.
- Using sexual insults toward someone.
often operates in more subtle ways than other forms of abuse, but it can be just as harmful to those who experience it.
Modern conditions of stark economic inequality mean that financial security is directly tied to our health and wellbeing. No one has the right to use money or how you choose to spend it to control your actions or decisions, and no one should control your ability to work.
Digital dating abuse
- Giving you an allowance or monitoring what you buy.
- Depositing your paycheck into an account you can’t access.
- Preventing you from seeing shared bank accounts or records.
- Forbidding you from working or limiting the hours you do.
- Preventing you from going to work by taking your car, keys, or other mode of transportation.
- Getting you fired by harassing you, your employer, or your co-workers.
- Hiding or stealing your student financial aid check or other financial support.
- Using your social security number to obtain loans without your permission.
- Using your child’s social security number to claim an income tax refund without your permission.
- Maxing out your credit cards without permission.
- Refusing to provide you with money, food, rent, medicine, or clothing.
- Using funds from your children’s tuition or a joint savings account without your knowledge.
- Spending money on themselves while preventing you from doing the same.
- Giving you presents or paying for things with the expectation of something in return.
- Using financial circumstances to control you.
is the use of technologies like texting and social media to bully, harass, stalk, or intimidate a partner. This behavior is often a form of verbal or emotional abuse, conducted online.
- Telling you who you can or can’t follow or be friends with on social media.
- Sending you negative, insulting, or threatening messages or emails.
- Using social media to track your activities.
- Insulting or humiliating you in their posts online, including posting unflattering photos or videos.
- Sending, requesting, or pressuring you to send unwanted explicit photos or videos, sexts, or otherwise compromising messages.
- Stealing or pressuring your to share your account passwords.
- Constantly texting you or making you feel like you can’t be separated from your phone.
- Looking through your phone or checking up on your pictures, texts, and phone records.
- Using any kind of technology (such as spyware or GPS in a car or phone to monitor your activities.)
occurs when someone watches, follows, or harasses you repeatedly, making you feel afraid or unsafe.
- Showing up at your home or workplace unannounced or uninvited.
- Sending you unwanted texts, messages, letters, emails, or voicemails.
- Leaving you unwanted items, gifts, or flowers.
- Calling you and hanging up repeatedly or making unwanted phone calls to you, your employer, a professor, or a loved one.
- Using social media or technology to track your activities.
- Spreading rumors about you online or in person.
- Manipulating other people to investigate your life, including using someone else’s social media account to look at your profile or befriending your friends in order to get information about you.
- Waiting around at places you spend time.
- Damaging your home, car, or other property.
- Hiring a private investigator to follow or find you as a way of knowing your location or movements.
--- Avoid victim blaming Why is it dangerous? Victim-blaming attitudes marginalize the victim/survivor and make it harder to come forward and report the abuse. If the victim/survivor knows that you or society blames survivors for abuse, they will not feel safe or comfortable coming forward and talking to you. Victim-blaming attitudes also reinforce the manipulative tactics that abusers use to control their partner; abusers tell survivors that it is their fault this is happening. Committing violence is always the choice of the person who is abusing. It is NOT the victim/survivor’s fault or responsibility to fix the violence that an abuser is committing against them. By engaging in victim-blaming attitudes, society allows abusive people to perpetrate relationship abuse or sexual assault while avoiding accountability for those actions. Victim-blaming attitudes prevent society from acknowledging and changing toxic masculinity and rape culture. Where does it come from? In order to stop victim-blaming, it is helpful to understand why it occurs in the first place. One reason that people blame a victim/survivor is to distance themselves from an unpleasant occurrence. This gives a false sense that this could not happen to them. By labeling or accusing the victim/survivor, others can see the victim/survivor as different from themselves. People use the Just World theory, Invulnerability theory, and Assumptive World theory in an attempt to feel like they have control over situations where they do not have control. People reassure themselves by thinking, “Because I am not like the victim/survivor, because I do not do XYZ, this would never happen to me.” We need to help people understand that a survivor’s actions do not contribute to a perpetrator’s (those that choose to harm decision to commit relationship abuse and sexual violence. It is our responsibility as members of society to support survivors and hold abusers accountable.
) What does victim blaming look like? Common Victim Blaming Statements:
Example of Victim-Blaming Attitude:
- “The victim provoked him”
- “They both have problems”
- “The victim shouldn’t have married him after”
- “The victim was drunk”
- “They can’t be abused, because they are in an LGBTQI+ relationship”
Reality: This statement assumes that the victim is equally to blame for the abuse, when in reality, abuse is a conscious choice made by the abuser. Abusers have a choice in how they react to their partner’s actions. Options besides abuse include: walking away, talking in the moment, respectfully explaining why an action is frustrating, breaking up, etc. Additionally, abuse is not about individual actions that incite the abuser to hurt the victim/survivor, but rather about the abuser’s feelings of entitlement to do whatever the abuser wants to their partner. When friends and family remain neutral about the abuse and say that both people need to change, they are taking away responsibility from the perpetrator (those that choose to harm
- “She must have provoked him into being abusive. They both need to change.”
, thereby colluding with/supporting the abusive partner and making it less likely that the survivor will seek support.
) Victim Blaming in Language:One of the biggest sources of victim blaming is the way we talk about it. Language surrounding abuse and sexual assault immediately puts our attention on the victim instead of the perpetrator. This is a demonstration developed by Julia Penelope and frequently used by Jackson Katz to show how language can be victim blaming:
As you can see, the focus has shifted entirely to Mary instead of John, encouraging the audience to focus on the survivor’s actions instead of the perpetrator’s actions. The solutions regarding prevention become focused on what Mary can do differently, not on what John can do differently, and not on how society creates a culture that supports John’s behavior. What can I do about it?
- John beat Mary; This sentence is written in active voice. It is clear who is committing the violence.
- Mary was beaten by John; The sentence has been changed to passive voice, so Mary comes first.
- Mary was beaten; Notice that John is removed from the sentence completely. Our attention is completely focused on Mary.
- Mary is a battered woman; Being a battered woman is now part of Mary’s identity. John is not a part of the statement, and he will not be held accountable for his choice to abuse.
Remember if you are aware of abusive behavior and do not speak out against it, your silence communicates implicitly that you see nothing unacceptable taking place.\
- Challenge victim-blaming statements when you hear them
- Do not agree with abusers’ excuses for why they abuse
- Let survivors know that it is not their fault
- Hold abusers accountable for their actions: do not let them make excuses like blaming the victim, alcohol, or drugs for their behavior
- Acknowledge that survivors are their own best experts and provide them with resources and support
- Recognize that victim-blaming can take on many forms and manifest in unique ways, which can be rooted in racist, sexist, and/or homophobic attitudes present in society.
- Avoid victim blaming in the media
- Reframe the question “Why does the victim stay?” to “Why does the perpetrator (those that choose to harm abuse?” See Barriers to Leaving an Abusive Relationship
- Understand the frequently asked questions that often interrupt accountability.
- See Tips for Media Professionals for information on how you can re-frame victim-blaming language.
--- Additional resources for those experiencing abuse in relationships
/ Call 1-866-331-9474 / Text LOVEIS to 22522 https://www.thehotline.org/
/ Call 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) / Text START to 88788 https://stoprelationshipabuse.org/
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2023.06.04 19:26 TheRealLBJ Real Estate Investment Fund or Syndicate where the main objective is to pool together cash for new development, and then sit on the properties long term for steady Cash Flow?
I'm aware of real estate investment funds or syndicates where they are structured like PE e.g. invest money and it's returned to you in 5-7 years after some appreciation of the assets.
What I'm more interested in is something more long term. Basically invest in a fund where the goal is to develop new Residential/CRE and then hold the assets for cash flow for a period of 15+ years. I can't see any reason why a fund like this couldn't generate 8-10% IRR once it starts cash flowing, since I know that if I had $10M in cash I could do the same thing on a singular industrial warehouse development project. The beauty here is that you have much great leverage in a fund, the underlying asset is appreciating, and you also get a steady paycheck via monthly rent that is inflation protected.
Does something like this exist?
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2023.06.04 19:26 sijakz from FEU-NRMF (Fairview) to MCU (Caloocan)?
hi! does anyone know how to commute from FEU NRMF to MCU and vice versa? this would really be helpful for me next semester. i'm planning to rent a dorm nalang in fairview nalang to share with a roommate because i cannot find any decent dorms / apartments near MCU :( TIA!
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2023.06.04 19:23 gster78 Batting cages with bats to rent
In Taipei for a month and hoping to bring my son to a batting cage. He has his gear except we didn’t bring his bat. Any suggestions for a batting cage (preferably indoors) that offers bats for rent?
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2023.06.04 19:22 Cpt-Dreamer Going to go visit a rental property in London next weekend and wondering what questions I shouldn’t miss?
Looking for a rental property for my two brothers and I and is my first time doing this.
Will be asking about the council tax, EPC rating, what the neighbours are like, why current tenants are moving, what the overall monthly cost is, how frequently rent goes up etc….will be great to get some pointers from you all.
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2023.06.04 19:22 TCIE How much discretionary money should you have left over each month after all expenses?
Hey all, this may be more of a "personalfinance" question, but my wife and I are looking at some houses and we've been crunching numbers inside of some mortgage calculators to figure out how much we'll be paying and how that will affect our finances.
After looking at a house we really loved and crunching some numbers, it turns out that at the end of the month we'll be about +$300 to $400 positive income flow at the end of each month.
Just some context, I'm a single provider with 2 kids and bring in $4700 AFTER TAX.
Our total household expenditures every month is around $3550
Monthly Rent is $620 Utilities and bills average: $600
New Mortgage is gonna be around $1,650
I realize that my rent is insanely low, and I'm apprehensive to jump into home ownership especially since my "living space" payment is going to jump close to 2.5x the amount that it is now. I'm just tired of renting and want to own my own home to start building equity and stop paying my land lord's mortgage.
After my last post here, I realized that we're spending far too much money on other things we don't need such as eating out, amazon, and random small purchases when we're out and about. So it's possible that once we tighten the budget up a little bit our positive cash flow may be around +$500 each month. I haven't had time to really get into the specifics with our budget since life has been so busy.
After closing on this house we should have around 20k left in the bank. Am I reaching too high, or being too cautious? Is 20k a good "emergency fund" if we're adding around $400-$500 each month to it? Thanks for the advice all.
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2023.06.04 19:22 TrixoftheTrade Does new housing just not get built in Long Beach anymore?
When is the last the last time a new housing development (for homebuyers) has been approved and completed in Long Beach? Outside of a few small housing developments, it feels like everything being built is an apartment nowadays.
Seems the City is trying to promote a model of all renters, with all the new apartment complexes they seem to be allowing. While Long Beach has a housing shortage in all levels of housing, I feel it’s most acute at the entry-level home tier - houses between $400,000 to $650,000 range. In that range, you’d either getting a converted garage or a tear down that needs $100k of work right of the bat.
Where are all the new condos, townhomes, & starter single families? Why keep building these stucco box apartments that rent for $3,500 when you could build a condo with a mortgage payment of $3,500 and have folks build some equity rather than pay a landlord?
I know plenty of people (myself formerly included) who were looking to buy a home in Long Beach, but moved to the OC, because they still build stuff down there. It seems like this is almost an intentional choice by the City to want a city of renters.
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2023.06.04 19:22 activeNeuron Scenic, low population town/village where I can go chill out for a very long vacation?
I have been saving up some money for the past 5 years and now I guess it's time to realise my long time dream - to basically zone out in a nice, quiet place for some 4-8 months (depending on how my time goes). The last couple of years were long and stressful, I was busy with studies/work and just want some time off. I would like help finding the perfect getaway. The place should ideally:
- Have access to decent stuff obviously, that's the main reason I posted my question on this sub. Although I wouldn't mind travelling up to an hour for it. Preferably not more expensive than any major city.
- Lower the population density the better (with the place still hitting these other expectations)
- Budget friendly rent/lease options. Any type of shelter goes eg. small house, airbnb, permenent campsite within network coverage area. I would like to avoid hotels and temporary campsites, unless sporadically. Also not looking for hostels for the first few months atleast.
- Good food. Any food. Traditional, fast food, stalls, resturants, delivery etc. anything goes. Just need good food at reasonable prices. Local fruits/veggies a bonus!
- Scenic, good spots. I love places near bodies of water. Places without much cop presence or atleast places with fewer bad ones . (I think I can trust myself not to become an obvious target or get into particularly shady stuff)
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2023.06.04 19:21 Xx_calpal_xx [landlord - IA] new tenant was going to move in this month, texted us they think they can’t until July because moving truck fees are expensive. Advice?
So we (my boyfriend and I) planned for new tenants to move in on the 1st of this month. But their moving truck got lost and delayed until today. However they texted us that the fees for the moving trucks was more than they planned and they’re afraid they most likely can’t afford both the security deposit and this months rent so they think moving in the 1st of July is best.
We like these people for a few reasons and don’t want to decline them because of this (no lease has been signed yet).
But we’re losing money because we were expecting one months rent for this month (this house is our main source of income atm). So are we able to tell them we would like to have them pay maybe the pet deposit, $400, as a way to hold the house an extra month? We would also like to have the lease start the first of this month that way if they are ready to move in they don’t have to wait an entire extra month and they will just pay the rent for the amount of days they were here in June. Is this a good plan for this situation?
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2023.06.04 19:20 iamanoob38 ESA limited work capability and side income
Based in England.
My uncle currently receives ESA for limited work capability, I'm not sure of the full details or what he gets.
He wants to rent out his garden and make some side income. Will this side income affect his ESA? If so, how?
The amount to be made would be £500 a month.
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