The Ben Baller Money Counter app has been downloaded over a million times. It’s perfect for tracking your money, keeping all your financial transactions in one place, and even letting you know if you’ve stolen more than you’d like.
The app is actually pretty cool. I imagine it might do quite a few things for you as an individual, but the most important thing about it is that it helps you with the tedious math involved in financial transactions. Whether youre saving up to buy a house or a car, tracking your money makes it easier to keep track of all of your transactions, and helps you avoid spending money that you can’t afford.
Its pretty neat, I mean Ive seen some other apps that track my spending (like the one I use to track my spending), and I cant think of one that is more useful than ben baller.
Be careful, I mean, it’s not like you are all money or just some random guy who has been tracking your money for a while. If you get really lucky, your money is much more valuable than you think. Its the only way you can live your life. Its not like your bank account is where it’s at right now.
Actually, that’s not true. You still have your bank account, and it’s still where you are. Your bank account is just not the place to be if you want to live your life.
What if your bank account was your life. Then I’d be so glad I had you as a client.
If you’re on Facebook and want to get your money straight, then you should get it straight, as I’ve said before. Don’t use the right word.
This is where the jokey language comes in. I have a friend that is a very good friend in real life, a very nice person by the way. She is very meticulous about her financial affairs. She doesn’t use the right words, but she does use the right words. She calls what you owe her “debt.” In this case, if you owe her $1000, she is going to call it “debt.” She doesn’t call it “spending.
There are a lot of people on the internet that want to know how much money they owe their friends. I’m sure you’ve seen it happen. It starts out innocently enough, as you start wanting to give your friend a big hug. But then you say that you need to talk about it or something. And then you have a conversation that involves the word “debt,” but also the words “money” and “debt.
And then, like any relationship, money/debt becomes a bit more complicated when you start talking about how much money you are actually saving. I know my friend is saving up for a vacation and wants to put in a deposit. So she tells me that she is about to pay me back the 1000 that she owes me. What does this new situation mean? Well, I am now thinking about my friend and how much money i owe her.