Everytime I post something, I get no responses whatsoever. I’m very suprised noone had anything to say about the Legacy Drawer. Not even a comment from someone saying Sorry but they had no experience with the site recomended by Dave. It’s on topic as it is something suggested to be done by Dave.
Am I doing something wrong? Did I insult someone?
If there is no discretionary income, then partners may micromanage each other’s spending. “You spent $1.50 on a Mt Dew?!?!?” “Well, you bought a $4.99 magazine!” Blah, blah, blah!
how many accounts people have set with ING/capital one? Does anyone have account(s) set with perk street? I have been checking into them. I have been thinking about putting my spending/grocery at perk street(since they pay you….it adds up). Keeping the one at my local institution since my bills automatically come out there and possibly making the ING the ER fund. Then I will go from there.
It’s not too annoying since I’m leaving it there for savings. I just haven’t found a reason to leave yet. I haven’t been wild about the idea of ING being bought out, but Capital One hasn’t done anything wrong yet either. They are okay for now.
We are also signing up for Perk Street right now (I’m writing this while my hubs is entering his info). I have all our regular bills set up to auto-pay in ING and it is so great. I get paid weekly and he gets a pay check every other week, so I have a 1/4 of each bill transferred into a sub-account and once a month, the entire amount transferred BACK to checking so they can pay payday loans without credit check. It’s all automated at gshloans.com and it’s a beautiful thing!! I am hoping to get groceries and gas money transferred to Perk Street so we can use it just for the daily stuff.
I just got RID of those idiots(paid them off), now I have to deal with them AGAIN. Fortunately, I haven’t seen any change in ING yet. Maybe it’s because I don’t have enough money in the accounts at the moment to make a difference…