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Cats tvms vps charlotte nc. My mnthly bills this month are $0. I'm getting a $350 per mth credit back, plus an $80 off per mth credit. Does that cover you for the month?

If not, you may be using the wrong term. You probably meant "credit". Credit cards that give you a cash rebate on your bill, usually to some extent, are usually called "rewards cards".

Also, your statement might look different, but all of your bills should be pd in full with the correct dollar amount, if the amounts are correct. If you have a different balance than last month's bill, it means you have a different amount to spend than last month. If you aren't sure, and have a question, always call the company, the bill will tell you.

This is what all of the posts on here so far have sd. I've got a rewards card that gives me 25 cents to a dollar back per dollar on my purchase, usually about $100 dollars a month. I can't imagine that a $350 mth bill doesn't cover that.

Cats tvms vps charlotte nc. My mnthly bills this month are $0. I'm getting a $350 per mth credit back, plus an $80 off per mth credit. Does that cover you for the month?

The $200 is the $180 I got back from my credit card. That credit card gives me a lot of money back. The $180 part of my $350 bill comes from the $80 that your company is giving you.

I think that $50 is your company's payment. It may be more or less depending on when you are paying. Also, in some places where they advertise a $50 per month payment, they may actually give you more than that. For example, in Alaska, the $50 per month they advertise is not quite $50 a month. I think I read somewhere that $54 a month.

Also, I read on another site about a company that pays you to live in your RV. They pay you $200 per month and you get a $250 back per mth. If your company does that, you need to ask them.

What the company owes you is an amount equal to the amount that your RV payment is. That is the part that is your payment.

There are some people who do not take up a lot of space on the RV. Then the monthly payment might be less than $50. I'm not familiar with all the particulars of what your RV has to do. Do they need to be connected to utilities? It also would depend on where you live.

I have been in the $0 per month area and it is hard to keep from a lot of spending since I can't go shopping. It has been almost a year since my payment has been below $50. Once I get my bonus, which I have yet to receive, my payment will be up to $80 a month. I think it is easier to deal with $100 per month.

If you are in an area where the rent is low, then $50 per month is low. But if you can manage the money that is better.

I have been in the $0 per month area and it is hard to keep from a lot of spending since I can't go shopping. It has been almost a year since my payment has been below $50. Once I get my bonus, which I have yet to receive, my payment will be up to $80 a month. I think it is easier to deal with $100 per month.

If you are in an area where the rent is low, then $50 per month is low. But if you can manage the money that is better.

Thanks.

Exactly. For what you have, $50 a month is low. With $80 per month, that would be $400 a month, or more than $5000 a year! It's great that your employer can help, but you're still making quite a bit less than you could if you were on welfare, FoodStamps, and other assistance.

Thanks for the reply.

To clarify, do you get $800 per year in bonuses?

The house that I'm moving into has a rent of $1250 and a 1.75% property tax on the total value of the house, which I'm not aware of the exact amount of, however the amount is significant since it's a house, and that would mean about $1375 a year of income on top of the $400 per month that I've been paying in the past year.

The area where I live is more like $100 per month for utilities. The house is about $25 per month for taxes and the only other house that is nearby is $60 per month for rent. The house that I have is $250 per month for the rent. So basically I'm looking at about $15 per month of spending for rent (which isn't exactly what you wanted to know lol), $80 per month on gas (which I am able to help offset), and $50 a month on utilities, making it about $35 per month per person living there.

For the $400 a month, it would require $4800 a year to cover the $35, the $80 in gas and about $7 in rent per person. So that leaves $3 per person to split in whatever is left after everything is pd for. Which isn't exactly what you want to know if it's $400 a month to pay for a single person.

I guess what I'm saying is that I'm still paying less than what my taxes would be, which I understand, but when I'm starting a family and adding another person, it would mean that my rent has to double for that person to go to $200 a month (or about $600 a month, which is more than double) when my own personal monthly costs have already been adjusted. So adding that extra person would mean that all of the other people in the household have to have a job or else they're going to be making less than what the current bills are.

I had a really long post written that I was going to do, but I guess I don't have much to say after that. I don't want to be a burden on anyone, but I feel like I'm in a really tough position to not have anyone.

I'm sorry I wrote so much. I know I already posted this, but I was just trying to find out if anyone had any input or anything. It sounds like I might just have to pay all of the bills for now and see how it goes from there. I think that that will probably keep the pressure off of me to do something because I can't even afford to pay for the bills.

My landlord actually has to come and pay my rent this week and I haven't seen him in a few weeks.

I'm sorry to hear that, I had no idea.

I think you're right that you can't change anything if you don't get your paycheck.

Have you talked to your sister about the situation at all? If you haven't spoken with her before, maybe you could ask her for some advice. She might have some idea on how to approach it if she has a place you could move in, she might be able to suggest other ways to earn some income.

Have you talked to your sister about the situation at all? If you haven't spoken with her before, maybe you could ask her for some advice. She might have some idea on how to approach it if she has a place you


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