Buy Here Pay Here Car Lots In Wichita Ks
Buy Here Pay Here Car Lots In Wichita Ks
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$40 a paycheck is the gas it costs me to travel back and forth from seminary each week, as there are none in my local area. While there (in Memphis) I also lead a community chess program for 4th and 5th grade students in an under-privileged community. I am a retired USAF veteran on a minimal enlisted retirement wage, struggling to get by while I finish my education. Please don't take away my opportunity for education, service and future development.
Currently I am working two jobs in addition to being a full time student. I work as a server at the Cheesecake Factory and as a peer mentor for the federal program known as TRiO Student Support Services. Forty dollars means quite a few different things for me; food, rent, various bills, and my ability to be able to support non-profit organizations that rely on donations. This last year even making less than 25,000.00 a year I donated monthly to Greenpeace, and made one time donations to PAWS, Casa, and the African Community Center. There is no way that I could have made these donations without an extra forty dollars a month.
More than you can imagine. I'm struggling now to pay my expenses. I don't get to attend the theater to view a play; the movies; go out to dinner at a nice restaurant where I can be waited on, go on vacation outside of the Washington, DC Metro Area. I don't get to do anything but work; come home and pay bills. I don't have outside household bills like credit card expenses. What I have is high rent in a low income residence; I have utility bills and basic cable. I have a car that requires gas but I only use that for errands and going to church; other wise it remains parked because the gas prices are too high. It takes money to ride the every price increase of Metro although they do not provide quality service; but what else can we do; we are over a barrell. I live alone and yet I still live paycheck to paycheck. Taking $40 from me is like taking $40,000 or more. But you won't feel the pinch because you don't understand.
I have a Master's degree and I'm grossly under-unemployed here in Fort Myers, FL. Forty dollars is what it takes to fill my "economy" car so I can still hunt for work. Forty dollars is one trip to the grocery store, for necessities like toilet paper, laundry detergent, and healthy ingredients for one meal for two. Forty Dollars isn't much when there's a steady income that pays a living wage BUT it means everything to a grandma like me who would like to buy and mail a gift for her grandchild but I can't because any gift requiring postage is a luxury gift.
It's about the amount of money is costs me to drive to drill each month--and I have one of the most fuel efficient cars in the U.S. ('02 VW TDI) or it would be quite a bit more. I have to drive about three hours one way to service in my nearest Air National Guard unit and all expenses getting there comes out of my pocket. With health and life insurance (TriCare Reserve Select, United Concordia and Servicemembers Group Life Insurance), Federal and State taxes and a laughable contribution to my Trift Savings Plan also coming out of my Guar