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“Extra” money

March 5, 2008

I got a mysterious $760 deposit into my checking account today!  Ok, so not so mysterious–the number looked like the amount of relocation reimbursement I was waiting for.  I assumed that it would go through payroll, which it did not, though I did get some tax information on it last week.  I did some checking and it is indeed my relocation money–about half is reimbursement for a hotel and car rental that I put on my personal card, and the rest is per diem expenses during the move process.  Since money during the move was borrowed from the efund, this money will be going straight back into savings.  Sidebar updated!  If I had only not increased my efund goal yesterday, I’d be 94% of the way there!

This makes me feel like my reimbursement for the interview is lost in the corporate vortex, as it was filed about a month before I filed this paperwork.  I filed it before I was an employee and I have no idea where it went.  Ooops.  Poor organization on my part.  It was probably about $100 for various meals and some gas.  Perhaps I can try to do some checking on that….

I also have roughly $200 in rebates from my cable company that I’m not convinced will ever show up, and a $100 rent.com gift card that I’m fairly sure will eventually (I got one for my last apartment).  If they do show up, they will also go into savings.

Payday tomorrow!  Payday is the highlight of my financial life!

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  1. March 6, 2008 8:31 am

    Mmm payday.. SOOO excited 😀

    I also have my bonus coming in next Friday, then it’s another payday.. I’m getting money all month!

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