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Find Balance. The key to life is balance. Spend a little, save a little. I think your boyfirend needs a  routine, one where he saves, pays household bills, and has fun. This might work very well with him as he seems to be a creature of habbit. By saving correctly, he can be earning money while he sleeps. When funds are properly invested, they are working hard for you. Please read my first two entries in this blog. You can also read this entry at my website, www.mwibonline.com. I have a very practical approach to portfolio building as I don't sell financial products. I say what I like, and I say what I don't like. Thanks for commenting.

posted by taxguy on February 26, 2007 at 5:55 AM | link to this | reply

Hmm
More like I should be advising my boyfriend on financial issues! He has absolutely no savings at all. All his money is in a current account, which everyone knows is daft because there's no interest! I know some current accounts do, but his doesn't. He's a tight wad as well. For example, I am a very broke student, who likes to make things as opposed to buying things. I made an engagement card for his friend a while ago, and he still hasn't given me any money for materials, even though he said he would! He took credit for the card, even though I spent 4 hours making it and bought all the materials for it! He got his friend nothing from himself. Also, Valentine's Day, I got no jesture of love, other than him getting sick and spending 48 hours straight in my bed. And he point blank refuses to give me the money he owes me, even though he knows I'm down to my last £3. Yes, that's right, £3. Any advice on how to loosen up a tight wad?

posted by Ichi on February 26, 2007 at 3:58 AM | link to this | reply

Not At All, More Like A Capital Gain
Anyone who takes the time to respond to any issue is a capital gain to society.

posted by taxguy on January 17, 2007 at 4:33 PM | link to this | reply

A Capital Loss ~ Is that what I become when I keep sending complaints to the Governor's Office?

posted by Jenasis on January 17, 2007 at 12:42 PM | link to this | reply

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