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October 21st, 2013 at 11:18 am

I received my check for $41.53 from Inbox Dollars, and it has been applied to my mortgage principal.

October bills are all paid, except for the bug man who has not shown up yet. I left $562 in checking, and swept the rest to CurveBall. The sweep amounted to $102.86, so that is helpful. Smile

3 Responses to “Miscellany”

  1. starfishy Says:

    i love your mortgage chips! i'm curious what the difference is between your e-fund, curveball fund and mini e-fund?

  2. Petunia 100 Says:

    Hi Starfishy. Smile
    I set aside money into CurveBall each month for irregular expenses. Home maintenance, car maintenance, car insurance (every 6 months), clothing, etc. Some people call this "sinking funds".

    E fund is strictly for emergencies.

    Since I keep my savings at an on-line bank, it is not immediately accessible. Therefore, I keep $500 in a savings account which is immediately accessible (same bank as my checking account, and I can access it with my ATM card). This account is named "Mini E Fund".

  3. starfishy Says:

    cool - thanks for the explanation! Smile

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