End of the Year and New Year Fluff

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End of the Year and New Year Fluff
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Wed, 12-28-2011 - 8:06am

your favorite debate of 2011

do you make new year resolutions or goals

what are your plans for NYE

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Thu, 12-29-2011 - 3:52am

your favorite debate of 2011 No favorite

do you make new year resolutions or goals I always set goals, but not specifically at New Year's time.

what are your plans for NYE No plans so far. I am toying with the idea of making dh go out, although he hates it.

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Thu, 12-29-2011 - 3:58am

LOL, but you are wrong. It is really that since people who pay with a CC can't really be paying their kids' tuitions, she is sore for having been called out on lying about paying for her kid's college. Apparently I am also just making up that I am paying for dd's college, since I also pay her tuition with a CC. Never mind that it is an online payment system and that if I insisted on paying by bank transfer it would be a huge hassle and would cost me 40-50 bucks for the transfer.

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Registered: 02-24-2009
Thu, 12-29-2011 - 4:00am

Blech! It is many years ago by now, but my dad pulled a similar stunt. Not a good time. I am sorry for what you are going through.

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Registered: 01-15-2006
Thu, 12-29-2011 - 8:16am

also wrong were the ideas of why people might want savings accounts for their children.

 

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Registered: 03-25-2010
Thu, 12-29-2011 - 10:55am

What was wrong?

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Registered: 01-08-2009
Thu, 12-29-2011 - 11:21am

The fact that different people manage their children's savings, as well as savings for their children, differently, does not mean that it is "wrong"

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Registered: 05-13-2009
Thu, 12-29-2011 - 11:53am

But some plans are objectively and factually better. Playing tuition with a cash back credit card, and paying the balance off before interest is incurred is a smart, financially savvy move.

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Registered: 01-08-2009
Thu, 12-29-2011 - 1:01pm

You would think.

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Registered: 03-25-2010
Thu, 12-29-2011 - 1:57pm
bordwithyou wrote:

The fact that different people manage their children's savings, as well as savings for their children, differently, does not mean that it is "wrong"

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Registered: 05-31-2011
Mon, 01-02-2012 - 12:52pm

Thanks for all the kind responses guys. I appreciate it.