Two words: Shower. Shoes.
Sorry to break it to ya, hun: Your entire collection of high heels won't fit into that itsy-bitsy dorm room closet. Trust me. I tried it, and you do NOT want all of your new friends to see you crying as your mom drives away in the minivan with your most-prized possessions stuffed into the trunk.
I'm not saying you've got to completely give up on all of the finer things in life in order to adjust to college living, but you'll need to strategically cutback before moving onto campus. Think of it as your very own episode of that tiny house show, except this time it's a dorm room and you have to live in it.
Not sure where to start? You know we gotchu. Take a look at exactly how it's done and discover a list of all the essentials below.
Karen: I just checked the IRS website and it doesn't say you have to file a tax return. Now I'm really confused as to what to believe. It says: I am not typically required to file a tax return. Can I still receive my payment? Yes. The IRS will use the information on the Form SSA-1099 or Form RRB-1099 to generate Economic Impact Payments to recipients of benefits reflected in the Form SSA-1099 or Form RRB-1099 who are not required to file a tax return and did not file a return for 2019 or 2019. This includes senior citizens, Social Security recipients and railroad retirees who are not otherwise required to file a tax return. Since the IRS would not have information regarding any dependents for these people, each person would receive $1,200 per person, without the additional amount for any dependents at this time.