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February 13th, 2013 at 10:02 am

The state refund showed up in my account this morning. I set up some payments to come out of it.

EX Dh found out that his insurance is $75 a week for both kids. This is alot cheaper than anything I have found. If he leaves the child support as is, I will send him a check for $300 a month to cover the insurance. I think some of you may have misuderstood the child support situation. Yes Ex dh hasn't had the amount reduced reflecting that DS turned 18. But I also haven't charged him for half of the unreimbursed medical expenses, which pretty much makes it a wash.

I have kind of been taking a break from posting but I have kept up with reading the posts. I have just had my feelings hurt too many times recently to continue to put myself out there. Maybe that will ease over time.

11 Responses to “State refund”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Good news on the insurance, that is a much better deal. I'm glad you are still here, but I do miss your posts. However, I also understand protecting yourself from hurt. I'm not sure why some people can't find a way to word things in a better way.

  2. BuckyBadger Says:

    This is a good example of why it's important to be proactive. How long has it been possible to switch the kids over? Think of the money you could have saved if you had done this earlier.

    I'm glad that you were able to make this change. Isn't it going to save you upwards of $300 a month, or am I misremembering? That means you can have a $1,000 emergency fund in three months!

  3. North Georgia Gal Says:

    BB: I know! At the time I got insurance for the kids, EX DH told me his policy was the same as mine, about $800 per month. That is why I went the route I did. But now I know that he never really checked into it.

  4. BuckyBadger Says:

    No offense intended -- but MAN what a jerky thing for him to do!!

    I'm glad you got it sorted out!

  5. snafu Says:

    No offense intended, trying to make suggestions to point out potential future problems.

  6. MonkeyMama Says:

    I miss your posts too, but is extremely understandable.

  7. PNW Mom Says:

    I miss your posts too...sorry you had your feelings hurt Frown I hope you will be back posting regularly soon!

  8. rachel021406 Says:

    I also miss your posts. I know everyone on here has your best interests at heart, but maybe some just word it wrong or a little too aggressively. But hang in there and stick it out! We are all here to learn and grow. And great news about the insurance.

  9. LuckyRobin Says:

    I noticed you were being quiet, and I kind of thought that was the reason why, too. I am glad, though, that you did go ahead and check with your ex about insurance because that is a much better deal for everyone.

  10. NJDebbie Says:

    That's great news about the insurance!

  11. SecretarySaving Says:

    I would like to apologize because I feel that I am one of those that hurt your feelings. Great job on following through with the insurance issue and getting it all worked out.

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