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Payday, Money In, Money Out

November 17th, 2012 at 02:06 pm

Thursday was payday. I had $28 in bills plus a full coin purse left from my allowance. I deposited $25 and sent it off to E Fund.

I paid all of the bills I have received, subtracted my automatic payments (life insurance and Roth IRA) and sent $420 to Curveball. As always, I am still waiting to receive my Citi MC statement. I had too much left in checking! I love it when I have that problem. To solve it, I sent an extra $216.17 off to CurveBall. I may send a bit extra to Citi MC too, but will have to buy groceries before I decide on that.

CurveBall's balance didn't advance too much as I pulled out money for my new fence. The new fence is in and looks great. My cost ended up being $400, not $350 as I posted earlier. I had forgotten that I have an extra section of fence which I do not share with the neighbor. The neighbor called and said he had not counted that part, but said they would go ahead and replace that too while they were at it for an extra $50. I agreed as I felt that was fair.

So far this month, I am doing fine on my budget.





3 Responses to “Payday, Money In, Money Out”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Seems like a very good deal on that extra section of fence! Smile

  2. LuckyRobin Says:

    What is Curveball? Is it an actual thing or is that a nickname for a savings account you use when life throws you something unexpected?

  3. Petunia 100 Says:

    Yes, "Curveball" is the nickname for the savings account I use to pay for irregular expenses.

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