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$1462.63

June 30th, 2010 at 07:19 am

That is how much money I will have in my account come payday on Friday morning. By the end of the day, I will have $56 in my account(of course my spending allowance and fuel allowance will be in the account, but I deduct that from the balance since it is already accounted for.) I am paying my son back the $400 I owe him from various loans. I am making my $ 100 debt payment to chadwicks. I have the minimum payment on one of the other credit cards due as well as all the first of the month expenses. So I am actually paying alot, just wish I wasn't broke all the time!

On the plus side, after Friday's payment to Chadwicks, I will only have one more payment to them and it will be paid off! I am so excited!

My sister's are each going to contribute to my daughter's cheerleading so that will help with the payment due next month. Plus we are doing a collection drive which will go toward the payment as well.

My budget is set through August and I only run into problems on the 6th of August. I am about $550 short for that pay day. But if my sister's each give me $100 and there is $80 that just stays in the account, I will only be about $270 short. That is easier to come up with. Hopefully there won't be any surprises that come up. I have accounted for $300 for school clothes. I may have to take that out. My mom has bought each of the kids some clothes so it's not like they didn't get anything new. And then we can go shopping later when it is better for me.

2 Responses to “$1462.63”

  1. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    That's kind of ironic considering the Chadwicks bill. Hang in there. Getting a couple of those kinds of bills paid off will really make things easier.

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    Try garage sales, thrift stores, consignment stores for school clothes. Not everything has to be bought all at once. My girls continue to wear their summer clothes for at least the first month of school. Then we add in jeans and then a long sleeve shirt here and there. I was just explaining this to a friend who has come to realize she doesn't need to buy a lot of new school clothes for her kids each year. Especially her daugher who asks for clothes the week after school starts!

    I'm excited for you that you'll have that debt paid off next month.

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