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November Savings Update

December 5th, 2010 at 11:07 pm

As of November 1, 2010:

Regular Savings:
Emergency Fund $1310
Anniversary Cruise $3125
Home Maintanence $505
New Lawn Mower (cash) $185
Cushion $1220
Car $605
HSA $2365
MOH $500 - Complete
Laptop $600 - Complete
King Mattress $750 - Complete
Vacation - $2510 - Complete
Total Regular Savings = $13,675.00

Retirement Savings:
Retirement Hold Account $745
Roth IRA $2800
Rollover IRA $1250
401K $11,700
403B $10,000
Total Retirement Savings = $26,495

Total Savings = $40,170

2 Responses to “November Savings Update ”

  1. crazyliblady Says:

    You are doing great, a lot better than I am. I know some people lobby for allocating more for paying off the mortgage early. It looks like you have only $1000 in regular savings. Why do you have so little in savings and pay more to the mortgage? At least the mortgage interest is tax deductible. I am just curious.

  2. Banker Gurl Says:

    The $13,675.00 is "regular savings". It is liquid and easy to get to for any emergency that may come up. If we had less then $5K in savings we would probably send more to savings and less to the house. But I feel we have a very good cushion (and still increasing) for now. Thanks for asking! Smile

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