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Getting bills even though i was told im paid up

I had a roofing company setup a temporary fix when my roof was leaking. When I finally got the bill I called them to pay it. I thought it seemed a little low but they told me that's all I owed and now ...
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Breakup cable bill responsibility [closed]

My son's girlfriend had cable setup for internet in the house they were renting in her name. They broke up and she moved out in December of last year and did nothing with the cable company. My son ...
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Online Bill Payment question

Scenario: I'm having checking accounts with two separate banks (USA) respectively. I need to transfer funds from one account to another using a online bill payment facility provided by one of the bank....
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Pay bill now or later?

Recently I was hit with some hospital bills. Here are some details: Bill total is $2260.93. Discount if paid immediately: new bill total $1695.70. This is a one time offer today; otherwise full ...
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Can I pay for my wife's hospital bill from my HSA?

My wife is on a different insurance plan than me. Different provider and all. I have a HSA that my employer and I contribute to every paycheck. Can I pay for my wife's hospital bill with my HSA ...
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How can I pay a credit card bill for a company that doesn't provide an automatic payment service?

Credo Credit Cards do not offer an automatic payment feature is there a way I can automatically pay the monthly statement automatically? I checked mint.com's billpay and they only list credo mobile.
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Defaulting on early termination charges out of a phone contract

I was wondering what the consequences are: is your credit history ruined, or merely dinged? Is the blow recoverable? Can the carrier try to get the money back in court? I assume you'll wind up ...
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Which documents are important to retain?

The IRS requires individuals living in the United States to retain certain documents, for audit purposes. Are there any other documents that are useful to retain, in addition to those already ...
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Unpaid medical bill - Collection Notice

I do not have any debt in the past 10 years in US. I have good credit score 715+. This has been the case from the beginning. Of late, I had a minor medical emergency and my insurance paid some amount ...
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What type of person do i need to manage my life

I'm looking for a person or group that can handle my financials. (for a fee or not (Fee to me means maybe 1-200 a month.)) I want to be able to give them access to the bank account and over see the ...
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Can I cash in a ripped bill?

For example say I have a $100 bill. If I rip it up into 2 halves, and try to cash in each half at a different bank location, could I gain $100?
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How to organize bills and receipts?

I have a problem of disorganizing the bills and warranty cards, receipts of bills payed. In fact, I consider them as trivial at one moment, when I need it for a warranty upon the damage of my product, ...
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Is paying your bills and loans one day before it's due a good practice?

I am a full time working professional. I have the habit of paying my bills and loans a day before it's due. That way I've got more cash on hand. However, I've also read that it is better to pay off ...
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Are there cons to paying monthly bills with a rewards card and then paying it off monthly?

I have a rewards card I really like and we have about $5k in bills monthly. Almost all of them I could setup to pay out of this card. That would earn about $600+ in rewards annually, which would ...
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What happens when “bill pay” check does not get cashed

In the US, some banks generously offer a "bill pay" service, which is an online page that allows you to mail a (paper) check to a US address. Most banks don't change for this service, which "saves you ...
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Dentist screwed me on a bill. Do I have any options?

A while ago I switched dentists. Despite reading a bunch of research about how the #1 predictor of high dental bills is switching dentists, my dentist proposed a "deep cleaning" and said my dental ...
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So the vending machine tore my $5 in pieces. What now?

The vending machine swallowed half of my $5 bill, and the other half remained in my hand. Can I get my $5 back, or is it all lost forever?