I’m 23 just got my diploma mailed to me, and my parents are looming over my head like I should have a 401K already
@generic zombie, do what I did , I married a girl that’s kind enough to put enough money away in her retirement fund so both of us can retire someday, so while she’s saving I’m still knee deep in video games and guitars
@Randy Lorde Marsh , I don't think I could... to each their own but I'm not big on freeloaders, guy or girl. I'm working on my network administrator degree while working full time and my gf has a steady job as well. We support each other while working to improve ourselves and our living situation
@theshadosnipe, agree with you 100 percent on the freeloading thing but just because your spouse makes a better living doesn’t necessarily make someone a freeloader , when my wife and I started dating over 20 years ago she was making $7.50 an hour and we’ll just say I was making a lot more than her , she decided to go back to school to better herself and get a career and that she did , so while I was working 70 plus hours a week to pay all the bills and trying to keep up with feeding her ,myself and our kids she went back to school and today makes substantially more than I do , and I’m proud of her and love her dearly and I still work an average of about 8 to 10 hours a week more than she does and while I make decent living as an HVAC tech she’s the bread winner now working in the medical field and she has the foresight to see past today something I never had, I’m over 40 now and still have a lot to learn in life but I remember when I was 23 and thought I had all the answers too
@Randy Lorde Marsh , see, that's a big difference. Your original comment made it sound like you contributed nothing to the relationship
@generic zombie, If you’re currently working a job that offers a 401k, you should do your future self a favor and start contributing to it! I waited until I was 30 to start my 401k because I just was an idiot. I cheated myself out of years of contributions and a more comfortable retirement.
@generic zombie, if you can find a company willing to contribute, invest the maximum available. My company offers 50% of my own contribution up to 8%, they also offer me 6%automatically. So each year I’m lucky enough to have a 18% contrition to my 401K. Always invest what you can for the best deal possible. I’m 25 and am paying off my student loans, and have a baby on the way, my fiancé is unable to work currently do to an injury she sustained so the pregnancy is going to be very difficult, and there will some unforeseen expenses; but you still have to invest in your future.
She's such a bjtch. The channel 5 documentary tonight was a real eye opener. And he's just a wet rag. They deserve each other, but not my tax contributions.
@TheMightyImp, I like how it was “his” idea to leave and not the queens. “Get that creature out of our house, Harry” “Yes mum!”
And well done to them!
@Smile247, to be fair... it was a pretty big allowance
Gotta immaculate the poor guy even more huh.
How good is she at sucking dick to get a guy to give up being a prince