Ok, I haven’t had a high paying job for a long time, I climbed up the rand slowly, when minimum wage was 5$ I was making 7 , and when it was 7 I was making 10, keep a job you kinda like not love move up save money, if you learn to cook and finance right by the time your 22 you can have a crappy car, a solid apartment, and a job and you can have the minimum, it’s hard but you just gotta focus
@DrSin, if people are just willing to put in some consistent effort to things like sticking to a job and keeping a basic budget, then it's not really all that difficult to be an "adult" with their finances. All you really need is to know what you make and track what you spend, slowly building credit so one day you can get the nice house on the hill with a family and a spouse that hopefully doesn't run you out and take everything you've spent your whole life working for.
@The Chiller, I’ll tell you this , not now, but when I went to get a house with a few friends as roommates, I had 30k in my bank account, it took a lot of time, but I also went to college and live in a trailer home, my friends family finally got at house and left my buddy their trailer home, I was offered to live there for 200$ a month, it was a blessing, I didn’t care it was nice enough to live comfy and go to school, I use to drive a 1995 Buick in 2007, I now drive “when I bought it” a brand new 2016 Jeep I almost have paid off, the only reason I ever left a job was if I was gonna make a tiny bit more than my last job, also I’m a great cook of normal foods
My bank balance is fine.
It's the credit card balance I'm worried about
Don't forget, credit cards are basically free money.
@dildos for africa, And every seven years, you get to wipe the board clean.
If you don't look at your bank balance you have both money and nothing!
Oh good, im doing it right
You forgot the part where you send in your tax forms exactly on April 15
@TriangleTesticles, nah if you have the balls you do it May 14