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Tax refund, which landed in the bank today after pay day "dues" went out.

Car sale- still in the shop. This is a top priority and I literally can't wait to sell it and chip an iceberg off of the debt.

I DID scale back retirement funding but it didn't take effect on todays check. I had to go with the guaranteed 17% return for my sanity.


Other news:

Good progress on a budget. "Misc" is currently too inclusive and large. Needs more time/work.

March is a three paycheck month.

One foot, however imperfectly, in front of the other.

Walstib
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