Should we re-enlist to Ft Lewis, WA or should we move to California?
Topic: Army business plan
June 26, 2019 / By Nena Question:
My husband has option of re-enlisting in army (really good job and unit) for two more years and moving to Ft Lewis (near Seattle/Tacoma), or we could get out and try to find a job in California where our family and friends are located. What should we do?
Best Answers: Should we re-enlist to Ft Lewis, WA or should we move to California?
Luann | 8 days ago
Your best bet would be to re-enlist. Stay away from California. We have high taxes, high unemployment, a poor business climate and some of the worst school systems in the country.
I am at the point where I am planning on leaving California for any state that has their act together.
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As I are conscious of it, the California activity industry is extremely tight suited now. And ft. Lewis is at maximum a 2-daychronic from maximum places in the state. If i became in his place, i might re-enlist.
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Reenlist. Unemployment is high in CA. The cost of living is out of sight. The state is about to go bankrupt. Illegals are like a plague.
I have been to Seattle and to Fort Lewis while in the army.
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Go to Lewis. As far as the left coast goes it is a good assignment. It is very picturesque, the hunting and fishing is great.
The way CA has been described makes it only suitable for visiting. You can always drive or fly down from Lewis.
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Originally Answered: When should I sell my car to move to California?
Your car MAY not be CARB compliant and wouldn't be allowed in the USSR of California anyway - so if you decide not to sell verify with the VIN number is it is a California compliant model.
You should be able to break even with the sale - and what you owe (assuming the amount you owe is pay off amount and does not include remaining interest - which you should not owe).
If you can't pay off the car and have a clean title in hand it will be a hard sell - buyers are reluctant to hand over your payoff amount then wait around for weeks to get a clear title - so don't expect to attract top buyers unless you have title in hand - not impossible just fewer people willing to pay top dollar for such a buying experience.
You will want to get an economical car in Calif, fuel prices are MUCH higher, and I suspect insurance, registration, etc will be a lot higher as well - you can research all that via google as you get closer.
Good luck to you.