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How much do you guys make annually?
@karangill from our salaries roughly $150k a year (I’m working part time after having a baby) however the rental properties are positively geared and were purchased and built with equality from previous properties. The commercial was bought with an inheritance
Maybe, study in Germany? Berlin gives free education, even to non-Germans, right?
@N192K001 I can't afford to go to another country lol😂😂
Have you considered looking into Dave Ramsey's financial strategies?Personally, I tried to live debt-free, but my parents mandated a credit-card to me. Luckily, I (accidentally!) discovered that my banking-app allowed me to overpay (or 'prepay' as I see it) my debts a budgeted amount per month. (And I never allow my prepaid balance to run-out.) Hence, the credit-card company (which is also my bank) always owes me, never the other way around.On university, consider studying abroad to avoid the outrageous education-inflation here in the U. S. Certain jurisdictions (like Germany) give FREE college-education, even to non-E. U. citizens. In other places, tuition is generally still so much lower than in U. S. universities. You also get international experience and can either learn a new (or 're-infcorce a previously-learned') language the best way (full immersion).
@N192K001 In the state of Georgia, where I live, I can get a scholarship that will pay for basically all of my tuition as long as I go to an in state school and graduate with a high GPA. I have a 4.0 GPA, I’ve qualified for the scholarship and am guaranteed to get it, I applied to one in state college and was accepted and have already committed. Soooo, too late for that lmao. The problem is I still have to pay for my dorm, since living on campus is required for first year students, and my meal plan.
Well, congrats on your scholarship! Great work!Yeah, paying for the dorm & food will still be an issue. This may not be much, but have you considered answering online-surveys for cash? Personally, I've been answering YouGov polls and (for my demographic), I've received a $100 prepaid-debit card every few (less than 12) months. (The $100card has the best bang for the points… but requires the longest wait. You can get the lower-paid cards faster, but sacrifice paying more points for the cash A. S. A. P.)https://today.yougov.com/I'm Asian (just over 5% of U. S. population). If you're in a more representative/valuable demographic, you might get it faster, I'm guessing. (And point-accumulation is quicker during election-years! Hello, 2020!)
@N192K001 That’s an interesting idea, thanks. I’ll be sure to look into that.
Great, you debt is now our debt... money pissed away.
@Jersey2 Don't know what to tell you. The VA didn't even ask they just discharged it. Alot' of Vets' debt is getting wiped out. Also, lets stop pretending the national debt is any ones serious concern. The US has been spending like a drunken sailor in the last 3 years and no one seems to mind.
The US has been spending like a drunken sailor for the last 20 years.
Hey, I wanted to PM you but it wouldn't let me because you aren't following me, I was just wondering how you were doing with recovery?
@Rangers it’s going great and I just sent you a follow request