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- October 15, 2007 at 4:13 pm #253810
AutoCAD…. I know it well. It has been my bread and butter cad
software for many years. I am also qualified to run six other cad
programs. Modeling in 3D is my favorite part of drafting.
Drafting is as you said feast or famine in this part of PA.
Therefore, when this new job came around I took it. I also was so
burned out doing the same job for twenty-one years.
Everyone has given me so much good advice on budgeting my life around
this month-to-month life I am in now. I am so touch by the response.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Jan Patterson
> Ahhh drafting the feast or famine field. lol! i would recommend
> any bill you are paying interest on you pay immediately, no matter
> it is due, unless you have already made this month’s payment, then
> immediately after the close off date for this month.
> bills like utilities and others that don’t charge interest i would
> write out, put in their mailing envelope with the date it should be
> mailed by written where the stamp goes. then mail it just before or
> later than that date.
> the reason i say do it this way is because most interest is figured
> an average daily basis balance. so the sooner you pay the lower
> interest will be. and if you find you absolutely must float a bill
> late fees on these is usually much less than those on charge cards
> other loans.
> however, if you don’t mail the utilities and such immediately you
> be earning interest in your checking account if yours is one that
> if you have some bills you can’t meet before the first paycheck
> the creditors and explain the situation perhaps they will work with
> jan whose draftsman is now the autocadd co-ordinator for a world
> business in ok
> stantonpa wrote:
> > hi
> > this is a strange question to ask and i need some advice.
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