Friday, March 19, 2010

Yeah for the bonus $

Happy dance! Happy dance! My husband got the 3% bonus...this makes his 8th year in a row! I forgot about him getting his raise so that will make this bonus mean about $1600! DH has a assured me that every bit of this will hit our credit card. Yahoo!

12 comments:

  1. Good for you! It'll be a great feeling to watch that credit card balance get slashed.

    I know this is off-topic, but if you don't mind, I have a question about your budget. We're working up ours and I was looking at yours as an example, since I know you outline your budget in a detailed manner. One thing that confuses me is that I think you report your husband's pay (after house and car payments - I think - are taken out) but then under that you list bills that appear to be due only one time per month. Did I read this wrong...maybe I am confused. I am wondering how the second pay of the month looks, if the monthly bills are paid with the first check. Maybe you went over this and I missed it. Thanks. Back to our spreadsheet now...

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  2. Congrats on the raise, and the excellent choice you've made on where to apply it.

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  3. that so lucky of him, not all people have that kind of thingy in a row..congrats!!
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  4. So happy for you! Congrats on the increase too! :)

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  6. It's great to find your blog. Congrats on the bonus and putting it all to the credit card! With that interest rate you will do well to get it paid down. I'm also blogging about paying down our debt this year. My husband and I are in Financial Peace University right now and love it. I'm so glad to find other bloggers taking this journey. Good luck!

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  7. Congrats to your good fortune!

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  8. I was viewing random blogs and came across yours!Even if I Do not know you I just wanted to say I am very proud of you and all your family!Good Luck&Congratulations:)

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