I dont understand. I thought if you over estimated and say you where supposed to get an extra $10 a week then at the end of the year they will give you $520 plus the supps? am I wrong?
I got into trouble for wanting to get a new sewing machine. The things is, with the new machine, I can make and sell more items which in turn means I pay more tax and my pension gets cut back.
So I don't see my purchase as unnecessary.
We all have different priorities. For 1 it is an iphone, for another it is to put away in an account, for another it is a way to catch up with bills.
Unless they dont use it illegally like for buying drugs, I dont care what people do with the money. Im sure the majority of BH will use it in the best way they see fit though
That's what I thought but we didn't last year? These are not the figures but hypothetically I said I thought DH would earn 70k for the year. All our payments were based on that 70k estimate. Then he actually only brought home 55k. Gross, not taxable.
We only got the $700+$300. So that 15k difference made absolutely no impact. That is exactly what happened last year. Should I be following this up?
It wasn't the purchases that I was objecting to, just the fact that the supplement seemed to be being used as an excuse to buy something.
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