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What do you like to spend money on? What do you save up for? How do you make sure you have enough cash for all of it?

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--imlstaff

Im saving up for school expenses such as basketball team, supplies and stuff like that. For home expenses im saving up for a phone and laptop and clothes with a little bit of fun money i can spend on my own.
--MyPinky03

a phone , a jornual , clothes , shoes , dresses , and pants
--macaya05

I try to save money but i spend it all on a new video game or something. Im trying to save money for a dog but its hard. btw school is all most out for the summer so i dont have to buy school stuff for a long time. :D
--booster82

MY MOM ALWAYS STEALS MY MONEY!!! :(
--samycheese

i store my money in the bank and keep a good amount in purses. i mostly spend on clothes at the mall sometimes little snacks and stuff only nessacary stuff. i save my money dont spend on every little thing. and just save up your money
--moxielol

I would usually keep my money in a piggybank to store my money.
--Stormyday765

I manage my money by saving my money in a little box. I think of it like I'm filling a cursed hole with dirt, and if you take away a little dirt, the monster in the hole, debt, will get out and chew your head off!
--Jingles228

I don't really ever spend money on anything because I usually get what I want for Christmas or my birthday. I've got $360 in the bank and have promised myself not to make a withdraw.
--Luxa546

I buy things as needed like presents for my family and any other things of importance's, but once and a while I'll get one for myself.
--catlover2271

*sigh* idon't Know! Love Ya, IML!!!!!!!!!!!!
--TacoBabysis

I am in Personal Finance class now to help manage money now and in the future. =))
--TSwizzlesFan

a pet;petsit;count it*duh*
--HappiPet

Mostly on Video Games,Clothes, Trading Cards, DVDs, and other things that I really want to get.
--CyberDemon00

I like to spend my money on candy and things like that.
--Please9

No, I haven't wasted any money ever since I was Twelve. I get tons of money on Chinese New Year and I used to spend it all up. Now I'm going to save money for when I travel to different places, I could purchase interesting souvenirs as a remembering.
--imperfect

Needs:I buy things that I NEED like pencils and books or soap. I also save up to buy prents for birthdays or Christmas Wants: I spend my spare money on Builders Club on roblox.com >:D
--QueenDede

What I like to spen my money on is D.S games. I dont know what I save my money for just what I whant I juest.
--madison7572

i saving up for a cheap gamecube on ebay
--JonM1998

I try to save money to get presents for special occasions.
--amaris15

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