I don't have it.
I am getting so damn sick of the bills being monthly and the checks being bi-weekly.
With one crisis after another and the money only lining up with the due dates occasionally it gets stressful.
Another thing I am sick of is "due on receipt". It's not really. They have a real date that it must be paid by or extra charges will happen. They have a real date where if it's not paid they will shut off service.
Why can't they just tell me what those dates are? It would mean a much more orderly progression of things.
For-ex: Payday is friday. This morning the internet was off. I had planned on paying them Friday, when there is definitely enough money. But they got paid today, when I am not sure if there's enough money.
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