1. You really know how to dance. Seriously, you break it down better than anyone I know.
2. You contribute the full 5% that your employer matches to your 401k. Great work.
3. You pay your credit card bill in full at the end of every month.
4. You clip coupons; not like it’s your job or anything, but you make an effort and that’s groovy.
5. You have a Roth IRA and you feel all warm and fuzzy when you make a contribution.
6. You aren’t flipping out and considering selling all your stocks every day that the stock market dips.
7. You know when to hold ’em and when to fold ’em. Thanks for not dwelling on every single financial mistake you’ve ever made. Whiners really get me down.
8. You don’t buy a pallet of anything from Sam’s just because “it’s a good deal.”
9. You take care of the stuff you have so that you don’t have to buy new stuff later.
10. Seeing anything about “get rich quick” schemes gets you started on one of your world-fameous rants.
11. You don’t eat out frequently and then complain about being broke (or overweight).
12. Even though they don’t always stick, you’re always looking for new ways to spend your money better.
13. You don’t buy crap on an impulse.
14. You’re generous.
15. You don’t expect a raise or promotion without doing above-and-beyond type of work. You work hard for the money. So hard for it honey.
16. You don’t buy houses, cars or anything else that would require you to live beyond your means.
17. You can’t stand it when people say things like “ATM machine” or “BFF’s forever.” They’re redundant and redundant. This may seem a bit off topic, but it needed to be said.
18. You don’t pay for things you can do yourself.
19. You spend less than than you earn.
20. You review, tweak and improve your budget every month. The fact that you even have a budget is something I like about you.
Article publié pour la première fois le 11/10/2010