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Is it worth becoming an attorney?

A:  It''s all up to you man, sometimes the work will seem overwhelming but in the end it will definitely pay off with the money you earn. Some attorneys see their children, and some don''t it''s all up to how much you get involved into your work and how much you get involved with your family. Being an attorney doesn''t mean you work tons of hours. My boyfriend is an attorney, and he rarely works beyond the hours that his employer requires. If you want to get into litigation where you take cases to court, yeah, you may not have a lot of free time, depending on how many cases you have, what they entail, etc. For instance, you could draft wills for people, and I doubt you''ll ever step foot in a courtroom. There is more to being an attorney than what you see on TV; TV is...

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Is it a bad thing for me to delay wanting to learn to drive until I''m much older?

A:  Absolutely not. I learnt to drive as soon as I turned 17 and I do regret it really. I have spent every single penny I have saved up on buying my car, insurance, tax and petrol so now I can''t afford anything. My insurance is due for renewal at the end of this month and I have no idea how I will pay for it. Also, people constantly nag you for lifts. I can see why you don''t want to drive, if you are in education too there is no need to drive. You can probably get lifts, walk or use public transport to anywhere you need to go, and if you plan on going to university after college chances are you will be staying there so again, it''s unnecessary. I really don''t blame you in not wanting to learn, some people don''t need a car to get to where they have to go, and it''s a massive unnecessary...

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what is an estimated tax and why do I keep on having to owe it, we don''t own anything

A:  Estimated tax is based on your income made without having any taxes withheld . It has nothing to do with owning anything. It is taxes submitted quarterly on your income that had not witholding taken out. If you have significant income from other than employment (ie self employment income, investment income, etc.), or if your employer has not withheld enough tax from your payroll (ie your withholding allowances may be incorrect), you may have to make quarterly estimated tax payments. Without knowing your particulars I cannot tell you exactly what''s causing you to owe. An estimated tax is your income tax being paid in advance of you owing it, just like wage earner employees having federal withholdings taken out of their pay by their employers they then may not owe anything at the end of...

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Is it wrong to ask my boyfriend to decide what he''s going to end up doing?

A:  You asked so here''s my answer. . .you may not like it. You have doubts about your relationship and he can''t quite make up his mind what he will try to do next. Both are normal. What isn''t is that I don''t see him going to college. . .you don''t say. Where is he? I know that most police departments expect a degree of some sort. If he has plans on moving up, he will have to have a degree. Where he is and what he is doing right now would really influence what I think. I see your plans for the future but not his. You need to know but he does have to make up his mind before he can tell you. I don''t understand long distance relationships. You care but you spend very little time together. That one on one time is very important and something you can''t do over the computer or phone. So my best...

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How do I go about this? Is it legal?

A:  It''s legal. See if you can work out a payment plan for them. Then when it''s over and you got the thing back, join Angies list and let the world know what they did. Sorry, but they can and will sell it if you don''t pay by the deadline. It is 100% legal....

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Is it Legal to go out with someone younger?

A:  I can see where you are comming from, since you act 11, you should beable to date an 11 year It is legal for you to do, as long as you do not have sex with her. She can get into trouble for not listening to her parents, and you can get into trouble with that if you take her over state lines. If the parents seem ok with it, then everything will be ok, but i would strongly advise you to only go to public places for awhile, or over to her house with her parents. If i was you though, I would wait. Get to know her better first, females can be bitches- Whats gonna happen when you guys break up? Get to know her parents. Maybe when she is 13, it would be ok to date her. Idk, i just kinda have a rule that a person should not date anyone that has not gone through puberty yet if they already have....

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Why is it that some people out there isn''t happy that they were adopted?

A:  I''m really happy that you are secure and better-off with your adoptive family... that''s really fabulous. But what you have to understand is that not ALL adoptions are like yours. Most of us were NOT removed from homes because of abuse or addiction... we were given away (or our mothers were coerced into giving us away.) There is NOTHING wrong with loving your adoptive parents. I love mine as well. But loving my adoptive parents doesn''t make the fact that I was willfully given away and forced to grow up without any genetic ties to any person in my life any less painful. And it doesn''t make the fact that I was my adoptive parent''s SECOND choice (their first being their own child) any less hurtful either. Of course I would have rather been in a safe, healthy home than in a home with drug...

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For tire pressure, is it better to go by what's on the tire or on the car? I keep hearing different things

A:  go with the car and always check your tires cold less than 3 miles to get correct pressure reading to try not to make this rocket science Its going to vary car to car, beacuase of the weight of the car. Trucks normally are alot higher psi, due to heavier weight. If you tire says MAX 35, then you want 32, because as the tire begins to go down the highway, the air inside the tire heats up, causing it to expand. Which in return causes it to act as 35 psi, even though its 32. Confusing huh? However, If your tire says recommended 35, then 35 will be fine. Those 3 psi, will not make much of a diffrence. But if it was 10 psi, then it starts to be diffrent. So 32... if the tire says 35 max. but 35 if it says 35 recommended ... on the side. [I have a Honda CRX HF] I usually try to run the tires...

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Is it right to go back with ex''s?

A:  Depends how and why you broke up with your ex in the first place. If either party treated each other badly, no. If it was because things didn''t work out, and you want to try again, Yes. If either one cheated, NO. After breaking up with my ex 7 months ago we''re now pretty much in the same position as before we first started dating, a bit flirty, hang out alot, get along very well. And i started to realise i had feelings for her again, and want to be with her very much, dunno how she feels tho. And i hate myself for this. I feel like crap everytime i think about how i ****** up the first time and how we could have still been together and stuff. If you don''t wanna end up feeling like crap after falling for her again. Don''t go anywhere near her. If you still want a shot at it, become...

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I owe $3700.00 this year and don''t have it. Any idea''s on how to pay it?

A:  File for an extension. Open a credit card or you can file for an extension credit card can be used to pay for taxes. Recycle cans, metal, cardboard. IRA account or savings account. Loan from family or friends. The % would be less than the current compound % the IRS or state bills. Or, request an installment agreement from the tax agency. I''ve got to agree with Zik Jackson here. Are you sure your taxes are correct? It''s a good idea to get a second opinion. So if everything is correct, and you don''t have the money to pay, then it''s time to work out a payment agreement. I''ve included a link to the IRS website about payment plans. If you scroll down, you''ll find the link to the online payment agreement. You''ll go through the program and it will come up with a monthly payment amount...