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  1. utenzi
    utenzi Published |

    Bills and income seem to increase together, Justin. You’re right on target with that observation. Good luck with spreading that $24 out as far as it can go. I remember my grad school days being like that too.

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  2. Justin
    Justin Published |

    Yeah, somehow, I actually lived off about $8,000 – $9,000 my freshman year, and I didn’t work then. And I got along fine. But now, between work and financial aid, I’m getting about $15,000 per year. Yet, I’m in no better shape financially.

    Actually, I’m worse off now because I’m in debt.

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  3. frank
    frank Published |

    Sometimes when your working it cost more money. Gas travel clothes you name it you seem to spend more. I like to find out what bills i have every month and try to cut those down a little so i have more at end of month.

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