Dream to be in the NYPD
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|Loan Status:||Paid||Origination Date:||2007-06-26||EricsCC ROI:||13%|
|Jun 28, 2007||Current|
|Jul 11, 2010||Payoff in progress|
|Jul 16, 2010||Paid|
Purpose of loan:
I graduated with a degree in criminal justice and have yet to use it. I like my job now, but there is just a part of me that is aching to enter law enforcement, and what better place than NYC. A opportunity came about recently to move the Big Apple and the only thing holding me back now is my financial status. I am paying off my student loans right now, so any amount I have saved really goes to that.
My financial situation:
I am using this loan to invest in my future. I understand NYC is an expensive place to live and I have taken that into consideration. I plan on/hope being a police officer there within the next 6 months and if I don't get in then, I will just keep trying. Accepting the position as a police officer places you into another situation. I realize that I will be looked at in a different light, a light where people will expect more out of me both as a citizen and as a person and I am ready, willing and excited to accept that role. With this role, I also believe my financial standing will remain upstanding and I will continue to be accepting of the commitments I have made to financial lenders.
Monthly net income:
before I move around $28,000
when I move $35,000-$45,000
I am expecting my move alone to be around $1000 after all is said and done. Then I am going to need to place a deposit on our apartment which I expect to anywhere between $600-$800 plus the first months rent, which should be similar. I will immediately, upon arriving to NYC, be looking for a job to last me the first few months, until I can take the test for the NYPD in October. But that first week or so in NYC will be tough until I can find a job. I do have a college degree and plenty of experience, so I don't think it will be much a struggle to find something suiting.
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