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Financial highs/lows

March 8th, 2020 at 12:20 am


So, I kept $50 of the $250 from the unexpected payment I received from a relative. I just set up an electronic contribution for the remaining $200 to my Roth IRA. Another $270 will be transferred on Friday. That leaves me with $120 to pay before April 15 for my 2019 Roth IRA. I can definitely handle that! I can't wait to start 2020. I am proud of myself for making this a priority even when my income is meager compared to prior years. I also discovered that I can continue to make contributions to my 403B since I am working for a board of education part-time. I can't do much. but I am going to commit to at least $100 a month to that.

I have $241 saved from the 52 Weeks Savings challenge. I am trying to reach the $1,378 in six months and repeat the challenge. That will give me a total of $2756 saved by December 31st. This money is going towards fulfilling things on my Bucket List.

We are getting a little over $1200 from income tax returns this year between the Feds and the state. That money has been designated for home improvements.

We have to replace the entire front porch decking of our house. It's a lemonade porch so it will definitely not be cheap to fix.

4 Responses to “Financial highs/lows”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    I like all your financial highs!!

    What is a lemonade porch? I tried to look it up.

  2. GratefulSaver Says:

    It's a front porch that covers the width of the house and often times does not have railings. It's a rather large front porch.

  3. creditcardfree Says:

    Okay, thanks! I kind of had that kind of image, but wasn't sure what it was exactly.

  4. rob62521 Says:

    Ouch on the porch repairs! I had never heard of a lemonade porch before either.

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