Not sure if u can ever get ahead or save without 'Charging' Oct 3, 2013 16:21:49 GMT -5
Post by X factor on Oct 3, 2013 16:21:49 GMT -5
Just not sure if you can ever get ahead in life, or save any money, without charging or using credit cards.
I've tried the whole 'just pay by cash' thing for a long time...and you just don't seem to get anywhere.
Unless you earn over $1,500.00 a week consistently, like salaried or something...your cash just gets gobbled up in day to day, week to week, month to month expenses.
This whole 'just live by cash' notion is great, when you're bringing in a ton of cash daily or weekly...
But who does that, other than over paid government employees, or criminals, drug dealers ect?
The average working class poor, just don't earn enough weekly, even while working full time, to be able to accumulate tons and tons of cash to buy car with, repair car with, pay rent with, grocery shop with, buy home with, pay insurance with, medical fees with, food with, utility bills with, buy clothes with and so on.
It's not even about being irresponsible...it's about basic math and numbers...and someone earning $1000.00 or less per week, living on cash, will never be able to save anything...unless they simply live in a tent on the streets with no rent, utilities, or vehicle or anything.
You indeed can save a 'ton' of cash, if you work full time, but are homeless...and ride bike to work from tent in woods or cities shelter.
The rich get rich from 'charging'...from using other peoples money, the banks money, grants, ect.
It's the only way....excluding athletes who get paid large cash salaries, and a few others.
Even large corporations 'borrow' money from banks, charge, in order to get ahead.
So how can someone earning $450.00 a week get ahead without doing the same?
I currently live by cash...tried doing the responsible thing...but I see when you do that...you can't save anything...all your money, funds, always get gobbled up in daily, weekly, monthly expenses...
Yes, the system simply gobbles up all your cash reserves, and you end up with nothing to show for your labor.
So with that being a known economic reality fact...not sure if I can blame people for charging anymore.
Charge while alive, make life good for yourself, then die owing $100,000.00
But at least while alive you were comfortable...why should you suffer, just so someone else can say 'you did the right thing to suffer, by living on cash only'...
Cash only will get you no where...and that's the fact jack.