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Old 07-22-2003, 11:18 AM
Let it Grow Let it Grow is offline
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I'd keep track of finances better...you have to know exactly how much you make, how much you spend, and what you spend it on. And you have to review this often, especially when you are new, that way if something isn't right then you will catch it quickly...just some advice!
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Old 07-22-2003, 02:28 PM
KenH KenH is offline
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Easy there KenH. This is my first year. Im 10 yrs younger than you. Id say 1500-2500 in my pocket cash isnt bad. Especially after i pay all of my expenses like my truck, equipment, etc. All of that is around $4000/mo. I probably make more i was just figuring low. Anyway thanks for all the input, this site is great and hope to learn more about the biz.
I honestly thought it was a typo. Now throw a $1200 mortgage payment in there.....
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