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 10-06-2011, 08:41 AM #30 DUHockey9 Registered User     Join Date: Jun 2007 Location: Hogwarts Country: Posts: 4,472 vCash: 500 Let me try using a chart...and even simpler numbers: \$200 yearly cap and the season is 10 days long = \$20 a day "daily limit" You're spending \$19 a day on your team. Day 1 2 3 4 5 Spent 19 19 19 19 19 Daily Limit 20 20 20 20 20 So at this point, halfway through the year, you've spent \$95 dollars of your \$200 yearly cap. That leaves you with \$105 left to spend over the next 5 days. That equates to \$21 a day. Day 6 7 8 9 10 Spent 21 21 21 21 21 Daily Limit 20 20 20 20 20 So if you simply look at the daily figures, we are "over" for 5 days. But if you add up 19+19+19+19+19+21+21+21+21+21 it comes to \$200. And if we had waited even LONGER than 5 days before deciding to spend our remaining money, we could have spent even more per day, because we are dividing remaining money, by less days. This is proration, and this is how it can APPEAR that someone exceeds a daily cap, when in reality, they are merely spending all of their alloted \$200, just spread out differently. So if I DON'T spend money early, I "bank" it, to spend it later. You can't however just go and start spending \$21 a day right off the bat and intend to be under it later.