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Payday Report

October 19th, 2013 at 12:57 am

Today is payday and here is an accounting of what was paid or put into savings.

$1500.00 Bank of America VISA
__100.00 Emergency Fund
___19.00 HoA Dues (Old House)
__100.00 College Fund
__100.00 Christmas Fund
__100.00 Moving Fund
__100.00 Appliance Fund
___40.00 Allowances
__100.00 Canning Jars* and Rabbit Supplies**
__100.00 Cash for the Week
___25.00 Garbage
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$2284.00 Total Money Out

*2 cases of quart jars and 1 case of pint jars
**Water bottles, a hay tunnel, and a bottle of Vetrimycin eye wash ($27, ouch)

I also spent $50 on gas yesterday. I will be buying a 25 pounds of organic carrots to can and a whole salmon to can.

Left to pay for the month of October is the water/sewer bill, half of which has been set aside already, and the property tax for the half year, all of which has been set aside except $25 and the propane bill, which is $80. Those will be paid next Friday. I will also pay the mortgage then instead of waiting until the first and will also put $500 into the January Money Fund. All the rest of next payday's money is allocated for November bills.

3 Responses to “Payday Report”

  1. TashaC. Says:

    I feel better that you have so many funds. I have like 4 funds and thought I was being too "plan-y".

  2. LuckyRobin Says:

    Oh, goodness, I have about ten funds I think for short and medium term savings goals, and the one long-term emergency fund. Not sure how we'd manage just waiting to buy when the need arose.

  3. rob62521 Says:

    We don't have as many funds as you do, but we have quite a few and it sure is great to see them grown and to have the money available. Good job, LuckyRobin!

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