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    Question Cash dilemma

    Actual scenario:

    After rendering services for the city of Montreal on a one-time contractual basis, I've come in to just shy of $300 for a day's work.

    How would you choose to splurge this money?

    1. Given the municipal gov't/federal gov't disdain for the hobby... Purchase 1.5 hrs of companionship
    2. Since the provincial gov't/municipal gov't is reneging on pension fund contributions (Google Libre Négo)... Dump it into a RRSP and watch it grow for the next 30 years
    3. Other suggestions welcome... No I will not give it to you
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    Don't take any decision on an empty stomach ! I suggest a good meal with a great bottle of wine first then go on with the hobby ! And the third option is always the best !
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    Casino....always bet on black to double your money...
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    Quote Originally Posted by st-cum View Post
    Actual scenario:

    After rendering services for the city of Montreal on a one-time contractual basis, I've come in to just shy of $300 for a day's work.

    How would you choose to splurge this money?

    1. Given the municipal gov't/federal gov't disdain for the hobby... Purchase 1.5 hrs of companionship
    2. Since the provincial gov't/municipal gov't is reneging on pension fund contributions (Google Libre Négo)... Dump it into a RRSP and watch it grow for the next 30 years
    3. Other suggestions welcome... No I will not give it to you
    Put it into a TFSA account. No tax savings for the deposit but free of tax for the time invested and no tax on withdrawal. Buy ATD.b ( Couche Tard ) with an 19% upside over the next year and leave it there. Just be sure to buy your cigarettes and beer at one of their stores (you are an owner) !
    " You actually get to choose your friends, family.........well..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by st-cum View Post
    Actual scenario:

    After rendering services for the city of Montreal on a one-time contractual basis, I've come in to just shy of $300 for a day's work.

    How would you choose to splurge this money?

    1. Given the municipal gov't/federal gov't disdain for the hobby... Purchase 1.5 hrs of companionship
    2. Since the provincial gov't/municipal gov't is reneging on pension fund contributions (Google Libre Négo)... Dump it into a RRSP and watch it grow for the next 30 years
    3. Other suggestions welcome... No I will not give it to you
    Do not try to spend all the money on ONE girl. Always have 3 or 4 girls. Go to Cleos and Amazones. Scope out all the girls. Do not get dances until you feel comfortable with them (conversation, moves). And yeah..one can get lucky in strip clubs at a small cost (dinner/drinks) very easily now. REASON, new prostitution laws will make regular guys not choose to hump and if they do, they are going to be careful to pay with money since paying for sex is now illegal under BILL C-36.

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    If it is mad money get an escort.
    I do not think outside the box, I do not think inside the box, I do not even know where the box is.

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    Amen.................
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    Hmm. Buy a nice meal then dump it in RRSP or buy some shares or put some investment in stocks.
    There is no knowledge that is not power.

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    1- Pay your debt, if any
    2- Put half of what's left in TFSA
    3- The remaining goes toward entertainment: Restaurant, SP / MS, etc....

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    1 hour with escort, and with the rest go to Le Jockey on Sat & bet longshots Frosted & Upstart across the board in the Kentucky Derby and pray

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    I am not the escort type. If my plans are to indulge myself then I would go for a good massage and some excellent food afterwards. Maybe a good bottle of scotch. Sort of like the George Costanza Trifecta of Triumph.

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    Get your scotch, share with an SP. Have a good time.

    Do you need to start saving? If so... Do that A little
    And save 150 or 100 for the hobby jar lol

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