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Budget By Paycheck 6/9/23

June 10th, 2023 at 04:18 pm

Begin - beginning checking account balance ($0.27 interest paid on 5/31/23)

pr - net payroll check

SB - my contribution towards our joint living expenses

cash - cash for the next 2 weeks

sf - automatic sinking funds transfers scheduled for 6/13/23

Citi MC - the balance this time includes a $250 payment to the endodontist and $52.88 for gas (I had Gilligan with me and wanted to pay at the pump)

CarMax - a payment towards my car loan.  The new balance is $21,434.24.

House DP - a contribution to my house down payment fund.  The new balance is $1,537.31.

end - my ending checking account balance.  And that is it, my paycheck is spent.

I have $650 saved for my dental expenses, and have already paid $250.  I need approximately another $350.   When I went to the endodontist, he discovered that I had a fistula.  He did the root canal and treated the fistula.  I have to wait 5 weeks then go back so he can check if the fistula has healed before he is done with me.  Maybe the costs will rise because I will have another office visit.  They didn't say and I didn't ask, but it won't surprise me.  

3 Responses to “Budget By Paycheck 6/9/23”

  1. Wink Says:

    Dental work is so expensive, even with decent insurance. I am afraid I am going to need to have a couple of very old crowns replaced soon, and I'm dreading the price tag!

  2. LivingAlmostLarge Says:

    Dental work is crazy expensive! And you never really know what it costs until the bill comes.

  3. rob62521 Says:

    Dental work is crazy expensive, Good plan to have money saved up for it.

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