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    • I wonder to what extent the $1,000 spend every two weeks could end up going towards deferred essentials.

      For example, your washer and dryer are barely still working but a replacement costs $1,500 and you only have $600.

      Or, you don’t need to buy a new car for at least six months, but the $1,000 “use it or lose it” cash accelerates your purchase to now.