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Janz
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Hello everyone. I am in a deep hole and need some advice. I am 17 years old right now but turn 18 iN a month. I currently live with my parents, but I will most likely be kicked out by the time I'm 18. And it's not what your thinking. I'm not a piece of garbage that treat my parents like garbage. I actually have a great deal of respect and help around the house quite a bit. But we don't see eye to eye on everything and they have already notified me on my eighteenth birthday I'm no longer welcome. It's rather complicated, but my parents simply don't want me in there house. And although I am respectful they will not be assisting me in anyway. Like I said, very complicated, they aren't bad parents. But onto the big issue here, I don't have a vehicle, or anywhere to really go. It's the middle of winter as well. I do however have like 800 bucks. I don't want to be the guy who has no money and is looked down upon. I am very ambitious, trusting and willing to work for whatever I need. I already have a job lined up for when I leave and will simply walk to it, in the unfortunate cold. Throughout this I should also mention, I will still be in hig school. I'm also not going to drop out as I know where that will get me. I understand all the financial ropes and what I need to live on my own. It's quit scary to me tbh. But to movebforward, I need to double that money somehow.

Is there anyway I can double 500 or 800 bucks?

Please don't bash my parents. It may seem odd to some, but it's just how it is.
Post Mon Jan 01, 2018 7:22 am
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Join the military - that gives you a place to live, 3 meals a day , and a pay check. I went into the Army about a week after my HS graduation.
Or you could drive truck. I got a sleeping room (usually a bedroom in an older house, often in a college town). The pay is higher than min wage - and you can get more hours, plus overtime - compared to retail jobs. I started with 'straight' trucks - gravel trucks or box trucks. When I was 21 I got the CDL promoted to 18-wheeler, that got me better pay and longer hours. Madison or Milwaukee.
You need a clean driving and criminal record, and pass a drug test. In fact, trucking companies are having a very tough time finding 'clean' drivers.
Years ago, young men 'farmed out'' to local farmers - a dairyman would hire you to milk cows, feed the livestock, clean the barn, care for young calves. They provided a room and meals - and of course your utilities were included. And barns are warm - no wind, and the heat from a herd of cows, ie a good winter job. in the summer you would be cutting/bailing hay and putting it in the barn for feed for the next winter.

Double $800 bucks? Easy, work 2 weeks for $10/hour.
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Is there anyway I can double 500 or 800 bucks?

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Thanks @old guy. I have thought of the military.


@MachM, I'll, look into that.
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@MachM, I'll, look into that.

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Post Fri Jan 05, 2018 9:41 pm
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Okok, how long does it take?
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Hello everyone. I am in a deep hole and need some advice. I am 17 years old right now but turn 18 iN a month. I currently live with my parents, but I will most likely be kicked out by the time I'm 18. And it's not what your thinking. I'm not a piece of garbage that treat my parents like garbage. I actually have a great deal of respect and help around the house quite a bit. But we don't see eye to eye on everything and they have already notified me on my eighteenth birthday I'm no longer welcome. It's rather complicated, but my parents simply don't want me in there house. And although I am respectful they will not be assisting me in anyway. Like I said, very complicated, they aren't bad parents. But onto the big issue here, I don't have a vehicle, or anywhere to really go. It's the middle of winter as well. I do however have like 800 bucks. I don't want to be the guy who has no money and is looked down upon. I am very ambitious, trusting and willing to work for whatever I need. I already have a job lined up for when I leave and will simply walk to it, in the unfortunate cold. Throughout this I should also mention, I will still be in hig school. I'm also not going to drop out as I know where that will get me. I understand all the financial ropes and what I need to live on my own. It's quit scary to me tbh. But to movebforward, I need to double that money somehow.

Is there anyway I can double 500 or 800 bucks?

Please don't bash my parents. It may seem odd to some, but it's just how it is.


If you knew this move would be at age 18, you should have been planning way ahead of a month or so. You will never see success without a plan. Sorry to say, but doubling your money is not the issue, for in this world, $1600. gets you little more than your initial $800. You need a long term plan, getting a job while you figure out a plan is first step. Any friends you can move in with to help you out? Perhaps negotiating with your parents to buy more planning time would be good first move.

Good luck,

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