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The is officially over. The hubby and I have settled into our new married life together and our financial union is still a little confusing to say the least. We have a joint checking account now and we are paying our bills through that account, but it really feels like our expenses have gone up because I never used to see how much the hubby spent. It makes me wonder if marriage would make our costs go up or go down. I asked a few married coworkers this question and all of them said that after they got married they are spending a lot more than before. However, all of these coworkers are men and one of them has a wife that’s still going to school so he has to support her. So I decided to make a comparison of our current expenditures with our former expenditures here and see what would happen.

Here are the areas where we’re saving money:

generic viagra canada — The hubby used to pay for all of the utilities at his apartment even though he had a roommate. I shared the utility bills with my roommates but it still came out to be $50 to $70 a month. Currently, our cable tv, water, and garbage are included in the rent so that’s also a big plus. Before we got married the hubby was paying for water and garbage also. I estimate that the utitlies savings would add up to approximately $1500 to $2000 a year just because we now live together.

generic viagra canada — We haven’t been eating out as often, but cooking isn’t as cheap as I thought. The only spare time we have to cook is on the weekends so the hubby tries to make a lot of food that lasts for a few days. Our food bills aren’t significantly lowered because we also hosted a couple dinners during the weekends. Hopefully we will save more in the future by eating out less. I estimate that we should be able to save $1000 to $2000 a year on food.

generic viagra canada– We’re no longer driving back and forth between our apartments. The hubby is also now ten miles closer to work so he’s saving much more on gas everyday. I am about four miles farther from work but it works out that our total mileage driven is still reduced. Our gas bill for the past month has been very small and I hope it stays that way. Our estimated savings for gas is about $400 to $600 a year.

generic viagra canada — I wrote about when the insurance company raised the hubby’s rates. Now that we’re married the new insurance company gave the hubby a discounted six months rate that is about $360 lower! I’m pretty happy about that and our next insurance rate reduction will be the 25 year old discount. That’s coming up soon for the hubby and we should be able to shave some more dollars off.

So far, it sounds like marriage is great and we’re saving thousands of dollars, but here are the areas where we’re spending more:
generic viagra canada — The marriage penalty is going to hit us this year and I’m not quite sure how much more we would be paying. If we weren’t married we would both be in the 25% marginal tax bracket since we both contribute a fairly good amount of our salaries to our 401ks. However marriage pushes us to the next bracket. The extra taxes we pay will probably wipe out all the savings we receive from living together. I’m not quite sure what the point of the marriage penalty is besides keeping families living on one income. From my point of view it seems to be such an anti-marriage and anti-women tax policy. However, one thing that could mitigate our taxes is our charitable contributions. It is possible that we may still remain in the 25% tax bracket, but it’s pretty unlikely.

generic viagra canada — Originally we both had roommates that shared the rent. Now we are roommates with each other so our rent seems like such a large number. In actuality it’s only $160 more a month than our combined rents previously. This basically negates the utilities savings.

We don’t have kids yet, but many people have already told me that children will increase our expenditures by quite a bit. So, my current analysis of our expenses is still sort of inconclusive because we are saving quite a bit, and yet it seems like we’re spending more. So to my single readers, do you think that you’ll save more money after you get married? And to my married readers, do you spend more or less now that you’re married? Where are the savings from and where is the extra money going? I haven’t really asked a woman this question yet because most of my coworkers and friends are men and pretty much all of them think that women are expensive. So, feel free to give me your input!

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about an unlucky Guatemalan made me so mad and sad that I had to write about it.

For 11 years, Pedro Zapeta, an illegal immigrant from Guatemala, lived his version of the American dream in Stuart, Florida: washing dishes and living frugally to bring money back to his home country. Two years ago, Zapeta was ready to return to Guatemala, so he carried a duffel bag filled with $59,000 — all the cash he had scrimped and saved over the years — to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

But when Zapeta tried to go through airport security, an officer spotted the money in the bag and called officials.

“They asked me how much money I had,” Zapeta recalled, speaking to CNN in Spanish.

He told the customs officials $59,000. At that point, U.S. customs seized his money, setting off a two-year struggle for Zapeta to get it back.

I am not a supporter of illegal immigration, but I think this hard working man was robbed in broad daylight. Currently he faces deportation and a Floridian judge has concluded his case and decided that the United States government is entitled to $49,000 of this man’s sweat equity. I personally didn’t know there was a law that says I can’t carry more than $10,000 of my own money out of the country without telling the government. If I did carry more than that amount, would the government also confiscate my money? Another thing I don’t understand is why didn’t they just inform him that he had to sign a form? He has not gone out of the airport and he should be able to obtain a form and fill it out. At first they detained him as a drug runner and held him on drug charges until he produced pay stubs proving he earned all the money through work. This means that even if Pedro declared his money the government probably would still have held him on bogus drug charges. How can any immigrant transport his/her own savings back to his country especially if it’s a country without a very secure banking system?

It makes me sad that Pedro is treated this way, and the fact is many immigrants in this country, whether legal or illegal, face many financial injustices. Here are a few of them that I am quite familiar with:

generic viagra canada– In the CNN article it stated that Pedro never paid income taxes, but actually I think taxes were deducted from his pay because the Floridian Judge found that Pedro paid more taxes than he should. In the judge states:

The Court rejects the United States’ argument regarding tax evasion or other law violations allegedly committed by Claimant. As noted above, Claimant has not been charged with any crimes, and the evidence indicates that some taxes were in fact paid, when perhaps they did not need to be paid.

Pedro’s income was very low and Florida does not have state income taxes, so he probably did not have to pay any federal income taxes if he did file. Like Pedro, a lot of immigrants pay more taxes to the United States coffers than they should. For example, if any immigrant is paying for social security and medicare taxes and intend to go back to their home countries then they will forfeit 100% of their money. A lot of immigrants are also not extremely knowledgeable about taxes and do not file their taxes either out of fear or ignorance. In fact, if they did file their taxes some of the lower income immigrants will get a return. I also think it’s an injustice that the Internal Revenue Service can classify you as an US person for tax purposes while the Immigration and Naturalizaion Service has not yet given you permanent residency or citizenship. Myself and others I know have been in this situation where we paid all the same taxes that a citizen pays without knowing whether or not we can actually stay in this country. I don’t think it’s fair that immigrants facing uncertainty about their ability to stay are paying for the social security benefits of the current American retirees.

generic viagra canada — Outsourcing and H1B visas are hotly debated topics in the United States. The immigrants and foreigners are almost always painted as the villains that steal jobs from hard working Americans. The fact is that corporations are always looking out for their own bottom line and wants to hire immigrants because they are more likely to accept a below average wage. No one denies that most of California’s agricultural workers are illegal immigrants and most of these immigrants are paid below minimum wage. Additionally, a lot of construction positions are filled by day workers who are illegal. In the Silicon Valley, an H1B visa is usually a way to keep a high tech worker working for a company for below average pay. It is pretty much legalized indentured servitude because the deal is that the foreign worker works for a company for six to seven years and hopefully earn the right to stay in the United States. When the internet bubble burst in the beginning of this decade many immigrant workers were laid off from their companies and had to go back to their own countries. California is an at-will state and that means a company can fire a worker at any time so an H1B worker isn’t always guaranteed their American dream. It is true that the law states when a company helps a worker obtain a green card they must pay the worker a certain wage, but there is a prevalent abuse of this law since the H1B worker can be fired at anytime and isn’t likely to complain about their wage. I have heard cases of companies that do not consider American workers because they know they can keep an H1B worker longer and pay them less. It is completely illegal, but it’s quite a common practice. In Pedro’s case, we do not see that his employers suffered any legal consequences for hiring an illegal immigrant. That seems like quite a double standard on the part of the United States government.

generic viagra canada — The banking and credit system in this country isn’t very friendly to immigrants who do not understand much English. From my experience, a lot of immigrants also have an inherent distrust of the banking system and end up keeping a lot of cash in their homes. Pedro actually kept all of his money in a sack around his home according toUsually you can’t open a bank account, investment account, or obtain loans without a valid social security number so illegal immigrants tend to keep simply cash. It’s very dangerous to do this but they have little other choice. The credit system is another odd beast. It seems that in the recent years it has been so lax that many immigrants were victimized by shady loan peddlers.

Immigration is an important source of people and income for this country and I do not understand why it is so hard for the United States to accept all the hard working honest immigrants. My personal experience with immigration is so bizarre and dramatic that it deserves another few blog posts. If you speak to me in person you’d think that I was just another young American born Chinese woman, but the truth is that for a long time I was so jealous of all my friends who were born here. I got my green card just two year ago after growing up in America for the last fifteen years. In many ways, I am more American than I am Chinese, but when I read stories like Pedro’s it just makes me sick how immigrants are treated in this country.

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It’s 2 am, and my hubby is playing . He actually made me order three copies to make sure that he got one. One copy is for him and the other two copies are for his friends. Yup, I definitely contributed to raked in for the first day. Video games are entertainment items that we always purchase because the hubby feels like he has to support his industry, and he also enjoys having a collection of games that he can play at anytime. The video game industry have come a long way and is now quite mainstream. Some may say that it’s unfair that the media is comparing Halo 3′s revenues with the revenues of a book or movie because inherently games are more expensive than books and movies. However, I feel that most good games have more entertainment value per dollar than other forms of media, and I will list a few reasons here:

generic viagra canada– Most new video games cost from $30 to $60 and take a fairly long time to play through once. I have had games that I played for 100+ hours and so the cost breakdown is only 30 to 60 cents per hour. On the other hand a movie DVD costs anywhere from $5 to $20 to buy and only takes a couple hours to watch. Movie tickets are even worse because you can only see the movie once for $6 to $12. We could also compare games to musical media. Each compilation CD is about 60 to 70 minutes and sells for $5 to $20, and that works out to be much more than 60 cents per hour. Unless you’re a media pirate and get all your movies and music for free, then games are cheaper for the amount of entertainment you could receive.

generic viagra canada — Okay, not all games have a good replay value, but many games do. I find that I tend to replay games more than I re-watch movies or re-read books. Some games are designed so that they can be played over and over again. For example, on the is designed so that you play it everyday. Some games such as or the Sims are designed so that they don’t really end so that you can spend many many hours discovering new things in them. Music does have a lot of replay value and you can easily listen to a song hundreds of times, but music does not change and you will still be listening to the same song after 30 hours. However, you can play a game in different ways and make different choices when you go through it again. Additionally, in some games your skills improve as you play it more so it becomes even more fun.

generic viagra canada — Movies and books are not very social forms of entertainment. Generally you watch a movie or read a book and do not talk to your friends until after it is finished. The social element of going out to movies is more in the gathering involving food and drinks either before or after the movie. The dine and wine part costs even more money than just the movie ticket. With the networking of all the new gaming platforms games have become much more social than before. With an internet connection, friends could adventure together in games like , or battle against each other in Team Fortress 2. When people bring together their consoles or computers to play they also have a bonding experience that tends to be stronger than just sitting around watching a movie.

generic viagra canada — Compared to other forms of media, games are the most interactive form of entertainment. You could yell all you want at a person in a movie to do something but they probably won’t obey you at all. In a game you can direct a character to climb walls, plant trees, or dance around. The possibilities are endless. It’s quite easy to fall asleep during passive entertainment such as movies because they do not require any input, but unless a game is extremely bad or you’re overly exhausted then it’s quite difficult to pass out during a game.

generic viagra canada– Games are certainly expensive, but one good game can occupy all of a person’s time. Before the hubby and I started dating he was playing . Since he only played that game, he didn’t buy any other games and any other form of entertainment. He paid the subscription fee which was under $20 a month. Then he quit cold turkey because he said he wanted to play other games, and the monthly entertainment expenditures went up quite a bit. There are many games that people play full time, and some of these people make their livings playing and selling virtual items. is a prime example of a game that promotes real money trade. The game has a real exchange rate between the US dollar and the virtual currency called the Linden and players of Second Life have created a multitude of virtual shops and products within the game. The issue of real money trade in games is fairly controversial because many gamers think that it ruins the gaming experience. Many games are now filled with “gold farmers” that only play for money. The point is that people do make money from just playing. It’s probably not healthy to be addicted to one game, but it really cuts down on the entertainment spending.

In my opinion, video games definitely gives you more entertainment bang for the buck. I admit that I am a little biased because my hubby is a gamer and a game developer, but I buy games because I think they’re worth my money. The hubby and many others like him put a lot of effort into crafting hours of fun for the masses. Game developers are often underpaid and I agree with the hubby that we should support them by buying games.

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So tonight on the way home I heard about a game called “Financial Football”. The plug is this: “generic viagra canada” When I heard this I thought, wow, what a horrible idea for a game. What kind of kids would play a game called Financial Football? Additionally, it seems like a game that’s geared towards boys since most girls I know aren’t really into football. It was really funny because the news report ended with a man saying, “many people in the NFL are on their way to leaving their careers penniless because they do not know how to manage their money, and we’re hoping that this game will teach kids about finances.” Anyway, curiosity got the best of me and I looked up the game online. Apparently

The game starts off with choosing your teams. I picked the Patriots and the Raiders. Then the “Kickoff” starts and a series of finance related trivia questions are thrown at you. You only have ten seconds to answer each, and some of them were not very easy to answer in ten seconds. For example, one question asked how much interest would you receive if you had $100 and it compounded yearly for 2 years at 10% a year. I got the correct answer of $21, but it’s not super easy to answer in 10 seconds. Some of the questions are so long that it’s hard to read it all in the strict time limit. I was surprised that the questions covered a very wide range of topics including insurance, mortgages, interest rates, credit cards, and simple economics. It even had a question about the . However, this is my favorite question out of the entire game:

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B. At the end of the year.

C. When you retire

D. Never

At first I picked C and the game said that was wrong, and then I picked D, and that was the correct answer. I’m glad to see that Visa is being brutally honest with the children of America.

I didn’t agree with some of the questions and answers in the game. For example, one question asked which investment was the riskiest and listed corporate bonds, corporate stocks, and money markets. Their correct answer was corporate stocks, but actually I think some junk corporate bonds are much worse. Besides that, I think this is a good game for parents to play against their children even thought I am not very fond of the football elements throughout the game. It also contains too much trivial information such as whose face is on which coin. The radio newsclip said that teachers are using Financial Football to teach middle school students, and I’m not sure a lot of these fast paced question and answer sessions will stick. Hopefully some of the good things in this game will be absorbed into the young minds of the future. Anyway, if you’re bored, try your hand at some and tell me what you think.

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This week The Baglady was selected for a few different blog carnivals. Here they are:

— In this edition I wrote about my current . It wasn’t a very fun article. The following are articles that I really liked from this week

  • — I have also been meaning to write an article on charitable giving and debt. I feel like she is on the right track. Sometimes I feel like I’m copping out just by giving away money, because giving time and effort is sometimes much more personal and helpful.
  • — I’ve always been a fan of Four Pillars because I actually have a lot of Canadian relatives. My mom’s cousin is actually a Canadian working in Tennessee. The recent monetary decline of the US dollar really hurt her because she sends her money to her family in Vancouver and she’s basically gotten a 30% pay cut in the last few years.
  • — I thought this article was great because it really breaks it down that after taxes and expenses we don’t really have much money left. That’s why I limit to 2% of what we earn.

The next place The Baglady showed up is the The featured article is . I made a note that my boyfriend is really cheap, and it goes beyond frugality, and this article was appropriately featured under “Being Frugal vs. Being Cheap”. Additionally I really enjoyed the following articles:

  • – I know full well what the latte factor is. My hubby is sort of addicted to a drink called “boba”, which is an Asian milk tea drink with tapioca balls in it. When I first started dating him I calculated how much he spent on boba, and it worked out to be a quite large number. Now we moved rather far away from accessible boba shops so he is not getting his fix very often. Sometimes I bring home a treat for him because I work fairly close to a boba shop, but I only buy the special which is a dollar or two cheaper than everything else.
  • — If my hubby read this he’d laugh and say, “That’s so you!!”

Next, we have the . The Baglady’s article on the has been included. This article has attracted some very thoughtful and detailed comments that I recommend reading. This carnival also had a fairly disturbing but thought provoking article titled

Anyway, I hope all of you enjoyed reading these carnivals. If you’re new to The Baglady feel free to

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