@savagerenata i may be some what melodramatic about the cold. Im in Australia and we havent had a day under 41 all week. Thats celcius which is maybe 100? Anyway I'm still not sleeping with aircon on as I don't think its warm enough.
@Jeanni but its so cold!
@garli here you go. According to the first thing i came across in google only 12% of australian home loans have fixed rates http://m.smh.com.au/business/banking-and-finance/australians-would-rather-float-than-fix-on-mortgages-despite-low-rates-20140725-zwj6t.html
@garli i dont think i know anyone with a fixed rate mortgage though admittedly its not something i ask people a lot. But i think most people in australia go variable
@garli in australia you have the option of fixed or variable interest rates. Though fixed is usually only for a certain period. Like fixed for 3 years or up to 10 i think is the most I've seen. If you opt for variable the interest rate is lower than a fixed one.
@steponitvelma yes graduate high school would make more sense to me than college.
@Erica it seems like a weird clause to have in your divorce agreement that you would pay for your child college tuition.
@Meaghan you can do it tax free if you salary sacrifice though right?
I find it crazy that you would even think to sue your parents over something like this. Let alone having the state side with you
@ThatJenn thanks, I read on here somewhere you should have 12 months of living expenses saved. So thats my goal-though i would have to work out exactly what 12 months expenses are