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'How late do you expect to be working?'
'It was hard enough making ends meet when it was just the two of us. Now we have a baby and suddenly there's four more stomachs to feed.'
"If I could pay my bills I'd pay them online if I had a computer."
"Daddy, does this mean we're poor now."
"I remember when they used to give you stationary cubicles!"
"Sure, it's been a tough quarter, but somehow we always land on our feet."
Budget cutbacks at Spinco bicycle messenger service.
"You asked me to believe in your stock options, Freddie, and I believed."
In spite of persistent economic doldrums certain residents of Ft. Lauderdale continued the weekend Wet T Bill Contest.
Center for the story of whether throwing money at the economy really works.
'I've fired the entire company except you, Jerkins. You'll have more work without pay, but you do have job security.'
"We've been pre-disapproved for another loan."
Moe money, moe problems.
'Poor Shirley...It's obvious she's the one bringing home the bacon.'
'Our mortgage is now owned by a guy named Lenny the Squid in bayonne, N.J.'
'I told you we were in trouble financially. Our building has been repossessed.'
"Good news. Your financial problems are going to seem insignificant."
Company take-over bid
'Every time I get paid my creditors form a flash mob.'
'Here's when we've laughed for the last time!'
Can't we at least turn the fiscal cliff into a slope.
Budgeting gives you peace of mind-but nothing else.
Be flamboyant-today living within your means is mucking-up the economy.
A lucky bank account holder today is anyone who still has one.