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March 27th, 2009 at 05:19 pm

Well I received my tax return and of course my mom had her hand out. I usually give her $200 but since I am not working I gave her $150. I thought she would have said don't worry about it since I wasn't working but she took it anyway.... I should have known
So I wrote the check for my car, paid a $100 on the light bill, paid my internet bill, and cell phone bill all were paid early for the month of April. I'd rather have a credit than to be scrounging around next month trying to come up with the money. I also scheduled my May payment on CC number 2. Even though some of these funds won't be deducted until next month I went ahead and deducted them from my registrar.
I was also able to sock away $900 in to my savings account (this will cover two months car payments).
I should be getting my first unemployment check of about $600 so I'll pay May's car payment and put the remainder into my savings account
I forgot I got a gig next Tuesday answering the phone for $10 an hour for eight hours. This is the place in which I may intern. I went before to do some volunteer work and the HR woman really liked me but the woman she set me up with was so rude I never went back and she sense that. So when I contacted her for an internship she was really excited and then she ask me what hours I was looking for I told her I was wasn't working so any time before 5 since classes start in the summer at 4:45 anyhow she offered me this temporary gig. hmmm you never know I may get a job out of this and this place is a government agency

6 Responses to “Taxes”

  1. PauletteGoddard Says:

    $600 is great for unemployment. I believe my state pays $541.

  2. Amber Says:

    I'm sorry it's $600 every two weeks

  3. whitestripe Says:

    how come you had to give your mum money out of your tax return?

  4. Amber Says:

    hmmm that is the million dollar question, I do file her as a dependent but even before that I gave her money---she expects it. When it comes to money she always expects her share

  5. M E 2 Says:

    " " " " "hmmm that is the million dollar question, I do file her as a dependent but even before that I gave her money---she expects it. When it comes to money she always expects her share" " " " " "


    Again, echoing whitestripe, why do you HAVE to give your mom money? Personally, I wouldn't give a flying fig about what she expects. @@ You should tell her to pi$$ off!

  6. Amber Says:

    I guess I feel obligated, trust there are plenty of times I wish I could tell her to PO but my mom is awful when it comes to money, just terrible

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