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Reporting the usual and other

December 15th, 2010 at 09:10 am

Today is pay day and I will be transferring the usual $550 to the summer fund and $750 to savings. Once again, I'm being pretty aggressive, but I have to keep on pushing. Come January 1st, our first mortgage payment (after refinancing) and my son's college tuition payment of $1200 are due. I'm sending 1/12 of the morgage payment towards extra principal. February will be disasterous (is that a word?)since mortgage, tuition and property taxes are due. The property taxes alone are $2200 quaterly. New Jersey bites!


I'm looking into going to Florida for the month of February to see my Mom and sibblings. I think it'll do wonders for SAD (seasonal affective disorder). Wish me luck!


Now that the income tax season is coming, I'm hoping my sibblings will repay me for the expenses incurred when my Dad passed away. Not so much for the funeral expenses but for the airline tickets.

Happy Hump Day (Wednesday)!

3 Responses to “Reporting the usual and other ”

  1. ThriftoRama Says:

    2200 quarterly? eek!

  2. PNW Mom Says:

    Yikes! And I thought our property taxes in Oregon were high.....

  3. NJDebbie Says:

    We are currently paying over $8K a year in property taxes. New Jersey is insane when it comes to property taxes and automobile insurance.

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