Car 1: 1998 4Runner SR5 3RZFE
Car 2: 1993 Legend LS Coupe
Car 3: 1992 Legend LS Sedan
iTrader Score: 15 reviews
80% of it will goto grad school tuition and 20% into my Legend fund. Started a seperate portfolio for the legend, expecting growth of 30% by year end + add some funds from the xmas bonus so hopefully an engine swap can happen by early 2008.
I expect to pay $150. I'd rather have the use of my money all year than have Uncle Sam sit on it and give it back with ZERO interest. Blackend, you NEED to talk to a tax guy and change your deductions.
Last couple of years I have had to fork over anywhere from $1,500 to $2,200 in taxes. (bartender)
THIS year I shall be on the receiving end since I got a real job. Hoping for about $1900 bucks or so. I already spent it in Vegas! Just kiddding!!!
I have all I need (All praise due to The Lord), so I will be donating a portion and throwing the rest in the "pay-off-the-mortgage-early" fund, which ain't doing so well, since I am about to pull 70k out, maybe 150k out (me wants 2 car garage) if I can find the right builder.
yeah i work for wal-mart too, I work for a dc and make about 18.30 an hour. the only downside is that i work weekends and in a freezer. But man i hate when people hear you work for walmart you must be in the poor house. its a bad stereo type.
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