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End of Year/Beginning of Year Stuff

January 20th, 2016 at 07:02 am

Well now that I don't have OT, at least I have about 10 hrs more a week to continue working on unpacking, cleaning, organizing and working out!

Since I work from home I get reimbursed for my internet service, but I have to submit the bill monthly for reimbursement. I went through all of my statements today and matched them up with my paystubs to make sure I didn't miss submitting any, and I have been reimbursed for all of them, so that is great and now those can get filed away.

MO and I started entering our taxes on Turbo Tax a few days ago, just wanting to get a general sense of where we are at since we had so many big changes this year. We don't have everything entered yet, but looks like we should be getting a refund of $1000-$2000 which would be great. I was very worried with having the rentals that we would have to pay in this year, but since it is the first year and we have a lot of expenses for getting them up and running it isn't going to hurt us on the refund side.

I also need to overhaul all of my files and move 2014 and 2015 papers from my yearly file to my permanent file. I usually do this every January, but last year at this time I was still dealing with a lot of stuff from XH and just didn't get around (or care to) do it.

2 Responses to “End of Year/Beginning of Year Stuff”

  1. snafu Says:

    Since you are transitioning from 2015 to 2016 paper work, I'm mentioning the Marie Kondo book that many of us are using to motive and reinvent how we manage stuff. When we downsized a numbers of years ago, I changed the criteria for paperwork based on legal requirements and what was used/needed. Last May I followed the newer ideas adjusted to our culture and report that it's incredibly freeing to reduce paperwork to what is necessary and useful. You might check out the details offered on You Tube.

    I realize you are in acquiring mode while I am getting rid of the superfluous, it's relieved me of an incredible amount of time that used to be needed for housework. Everyone needs more time for fun

  2. Banker Gurl Says:

    Thanks for the tip snafu!

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