Agreed...shops have to raise prices because of high credit card fees. The consumer, cash and credit paying customers, end up paying more. I would rather pay cash and receive a 5% discount than pay full price with a card. A small shop may increase sales by accepting credit, but if most of their cash customers switch to paying with credit, their expenses become huge. That same customer would have to spend more to offset the fees.
I have 2nd generation book it readers at my house, minus the cool holographic button. They have to read 400 minutes a month to get one.
@vanderlyn Are you suggesting that it is cheaper to raise an adopted child than a biological one?
@twofish Yep, keep 'em coming!
I only have mortgage debt here, but I prefer not to track the huge balance on the billfold. So, I'll highlight savings which is much less depressing. Car Savings August: $7,382 September: $7,882 Emergency Fund August: $12,000 September: $12,000 Vacation Savings August: $0 September: $700 Home Repairs August: $5,000 September: $3,079.40 Total August: $24,382 September: $22,963
@Slapfight congrats, that's an awesome accomplishment!
@Josh Michtom@facebook The author forgot about inequality when they can see OTHER children are its beneficiaries.
My employer completes background checks for criminal, education, and credit after a contingent offer is made. Not once has the offer been revoked due to credit history. It is more of sanity check than anything.
Excellent taste in beer!
Awesome job and never discount the fact that it is incredibly difficult to sacrifice like you did! (even if it is a luxury to choose to live on less than you make)