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  •  And when you don't do any math (2+ / 0-)
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    Caedy, TrueBlueMajority

    You tend to run out of money faster than if you did, because you're not doing any budgeting, or likely economizing. You buy what you want or need as it comes up, and when you run out, you pay the price.

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    by kovie on Sun Jun 16, 2013 at 01:20:49 PM PDT

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    •  No, I don't think you understand what I mean (1+ / 0-)
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      kurt

      Say you have $100 and you know you need $20 for electricity, $20 for water, and $40 for rent (arbitrary numbers). You can set aside each amount separately in different envelopes or something similar without having to do any math. You just count each thing out.

      Then  what you have left is what you have for other things, without having to do any written or mental subtraction.

      I know people who can't do much in the way of math, but can handle their money by counting each thing out. It works for them.

      Women create the entire labor force. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sympathy is the strongest instinct in human nature. - Charles Darwin

      by splashy on Mon Jun 17, 2013 at 01:29:27 AM PDT

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