Personal Finance's questions - Russian iziqna

So for my birthday, my uncle gave me $100 in a single bill, which is awkward because I like to use smaller bills like $20’s. Can I go to a bank and break the 100 into smaller bills? I don’t have a bank account either so will they let me? Do I need an ID of any kind?

I need to find a way to come up with a million dollars fast, please help, time is of the essence

WITHOUT a parent or legal guardian

They ask about how much are we paying for rent. I mean, we can easily nkt say the truth. So whata the point?

What should i buy with my money?

34 answers · 6 days ago
Got a job....not sure what to buy tbh.

How to earn money online?

6 answers · 3 hours ago

I was in a wreck recently (not at fault) and my car was totaled. I have a loan on it and after paying it off I should have roughly $3k to put down. Now my problem is...I dropped everything to move to Florida to be my mother's caregiver when she fell ill lathe beginning of the year. Now that things are... show more

Best answer: The Pet Rock fad is long gone.

Best answer: no, he can take it or leave it

Why is my mom like this?

23 answers · 6 days ago
I’m 19 years old last year I attended college but I had personal issues so I’m not going back this year my parents are extremely overbearing ever since I came back from school I have to constantly ask for there permission to go anywhere I do have my own car and I pay the insurance I have a friend that I hang out... show more

Best answer: Food banks depend on donations of staples & canned goods, which they bag/box up and distribute to registered needy people. They determine (depending on how much donated food they receive & number of people registered with them, family size) how often a person can pick up food, and whether they might receive... show more

I wanted to make a big purchase and I didn’t have the money, but I know a trick of how to overdraft my account, so I overdrawn my account by $4200. It was only for 3 weeks until I received my monthly direct deposit, and they paid were paid back every cent, in addition to the overdraft and extended overdraft fees.... show more

Best answer: Sometimes. It depends on the family. If both parents work, they come to an agreement about how much each pays towards the upkeep of the family (could be equal or one pays rent and bills and the other food). Sometimes the husband is working and the wiife is at home looking after the family - in that case, the... show more