Years of Woodworking #5: Experience with budgeting

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Blog entry by Doug Scott posted 03-02-2013 04:50 AM 1302 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Try budgeting in this economy is not an easy task, but over the years one learns to do just what he has to do to keep his head above water, ( Go without ) As you all know it has not been easy since this economy has taken a down turn. Not to point fingers at any one person or persons is what most of us lower income people have to do most of our lives is budget our money. ( should this have to be explained any more to make my point )

Now , I am self-employed, and how long would I have my job if I didn’t do the work I was hired to do,
So without pointing a finger, you know who it is pointing toward . How hard is it to pass what Government is asking for from the RICH to pull their load and keep this Country moving ahead.
I always heard my Grandfather say the government need cleaned out and put in some new blood in.
Or maybe some are afraid to take money out of one pockets that might by giving them Kickbacks or campaign

It’s not bad enough that this economy is bad enough with high prices, and now with this on top of it how
is the lower income people going to survive.

( Just my opinion ) If someone has the answer, let us know.

-- Furniture By Douglas, Comstock Park, MI

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