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    Default What do you pay out in monthly bills?

    What are you paying out each month, before food and gas for the vehicles?
    I figured our out this weekend and I was a little surprised by the total, this is something I should have known though.

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    Way too ******* much I'm sure. My wife deals with that shit. I make the money(most of it anyway ) and she figures out how to appropriately distribute it. Without my wife I'd be bankrupt and destitute.
    This aggression will not stand, man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
    What are you paying out each month, before food and gas for the vehicles?
    I figured our out this weekend and I was a little surprised by the total, this is something I should have known though.


    So just like mortgage and utilities?
    Im about $4178......but that does not have things like phone and car insurance and all that garbage.
    I forsee Draft: J Fisher T 1st, D. Perryman ILB 2nd, Adrian Amos FS 3rd, G. Grayson Qb 4th, J. Brown OT/OG 5th, A.Chickillo DE/OLB 6th, H. Spears TE 7th, J.Fowler FB 7th, J. Leslie WR 7th. Udfa O.Gwacham DE

    Hope 1st. Cam Erving- T, 2nd. H.Kikaha OLB. 3rd- C. Walford TE, 4th. P.Dawson ILB, 5th. Kurtis Drummond S, 6th. T.Mcbride WR, 7th. S. Hickey OT, 7th. T.Cierski FB, 7th. C.Grant RB

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    too much

    roughly in dollars -

    mortgage 1000
    heating and electricity 150
    debts 1000
    phones 100
    tv 100
    savings 50
    insurance 100

    take that off about 3300 wages a month - the rest goes on food

    the wife's wage pays for anything else
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazoe60 View Post
    Way too ******* much I'm sure. My wife deals with that shit. I make the money(most of it anyway ) and she figures out how to appropriately distribute it. Without my wife I'd be bankrupt and destitute.
    Yep my wife takes care of all the bills too, that's why I had to figure it out. I wanted to see what we are paying. Ours is $6500. Then there's food and fuel. The fuel is about $600 a month

    Quote Originally Posted by underrated29 View Post
    So just like mortgage and utilities?
    Im about $4178......but that does not have things like phone and car insurance and all that garbage.
    yep add it all

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    jeez - the cost of living over here seems much more bearable now
    "Sometimes people don't want to hear the truth because they don't want their illusions destroyed." Friedrich Nietzsche

    "Elections are coming down to who promises the most "free" shit to the largest group of the least deserving." Chazoe60

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valar Morghulis View Post
    jeez - the cost of living over here seems much more bearable now
    You're talking about British pounds though, worth roughly double that of our dollar. The Canadian dollar is being purposely driven down right now to drive our exports up, so it's pretty damn low. the bank of Canada just lowered the National interest rate to .5%, which basically drove our dollar down 10 cents.
    We had plans to go to Florida for 3 weeks in December and just cancelled it because of the exchange rate, we are now going to Mexico and it will cost less than a third. Our vacation went down from about $18000 to about $5000

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    Does beer count as "food" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoJoe View Post
    Does beer count as "food" ?
    lol I didn't even include beer... the amount would have freaked the wife out

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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
    Yep my wife takes care of all the bills too, that's why I had to figure it out. I wanted to see what we are paying. Ours is $6500. Then there's food and fuel. The fuel is about $600 a month



    yep add it all


    In that case:

    3948 mortgage
    230 water
    300 electric/intenet (rounding here as I dont know.)
    298 cell phones
    150 direct tv (or something close)
    food, car ins, etc additional
    I forsee Draft: J Fisher T 1st, D. Perryman ILB 2nd, Adrian Amos FS 3rd, G. Grayson Qb 4th, J. Brown OT/OG 5th, A.Chickillo DE/OLB 6th, H. Spears TE 7th, J.Fowler FB 7th, J. Leslie WR 7th. Udfa O.Gwacham DE

    Hope 1st. Cam Erving- T, 2nd. H.Kikaha OLB. 3rd- C. Walford TE, 4th. P.Dawson ILB, 5th. Kurtis Drummond S, 6th. T.Mcbride WR, 7th. S. Hickey OT, 7th. T.Cierski FB, 7th. C.Grant RB

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    What's your SSN?
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    Quote Originally Posted by underrated29 View Post
    In that case: 3948 mortgage 230 water 300 electric/intenet (rounding here as I dont know.) 298 cell phones 150 direct tv (or something close) food, car ins, etc additional
    $4K for a mortgage? Do you live in a castle?
    "Milk is for babies. When you grow up, you have to drink beer" -Arnold

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    Quote Originally Posted by SR View Post
    $4K for a mortgage? Do you live in a castle?
    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by SR View Post
    $4K for a mortgage? Do you live in a castle?


    You live in a castle. Ive seen your new kitchen pics
    I forsee Draft: J Fisher T 1st, D. Perryman ILB 2nd, Adrian Amos FS 3rd, G. Grayson Qb 4th, J. Brown OT/OG 5th, A.Chickillo DE/OLB 6th, H. Spears TE 7th, J.Fowler FB 7th, J. Leslie WR 7th. Udfa O.Gwacham DE

    Hope 1st. Cam Erving- T, 2nd. H.Kikaha OLB. 3rd- C. Walford TE, 4th. P.Dawson ILB, 5th. Kurtis Drummond S, 6th. T.Mcbride WR, 7th. S. Hickey OT, 7th. T.Cierski FB, 7th. C.Grant RB

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    Quote Originally Posted by tubby View Post
    What's your SSN?
    yes... it is very intrusive and easy to steal someone's money and identity if you know how much they spend in bills.

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