Beachgirl's Budget Blog

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  • Debt-o-Meter (as of 8/31/15)

    Citicard BT - Paid Nov '14
    100%
    $2,060.00


    D's Law I - Paid Aug '14
    100%
    $1,128.92


    D's Law H - Paid Oct '14
    100%
    $1,786.90


    D's Law C - Paid Dec '14
    100%
    $3,271.61


    D's Law G - Paid Jan '15
    100%
    $3,886.30


    D's Law D - Paid Jun '15
    100%
    $7,861.78


    D's Priv #1
    Current Balance: $4,801.24
    Interest Rate: 4.75%
    Amount paid: $6,215.30
    56.4%
    $11,016.54


    D's Law A
    Interest Rate: 6.8%
    Note: $0 due based on IBR
    0
    $8,517.40


    D's Law E
    Interest Rate: 6.8%
    Note: $0 due based on IBR
    0
    $8,517.40


    D's Law F
    Interest Rate: 6.8%
    Note: $0 due based on IBR
    0
    $15,334.27


    D's Priv #2
    Current Balance: $17,677.49
    Interest Rate: 3.41%
    Amount paid: $3,264.92
    15.6%
    $20,942.41


    D's Law B
    Interest Rate: 6.8%
    Note: $0 due based on IBR
    0
    $40,909.70


    T's Law
    Interest Rate: 6.8%
    Note: $0 due based on IBR
    0
    $40,446.81


    T's Fed #1
    Current Balance: $11,391.32
    Interest Rate: 1.375%
    Note: $0 due based on IBR
    19.8%
    $14,198.74


    T's Fed #2
    Current Balance: $19,747.81
    Interest Rate: 1.375%
    Note: $0 due based on IBR
    24.1%
    $26,000.00

2013 Snowflaking

Posted by beachgirl on 01/12/2014

Over the course of 2013, I was able to snowflake $3,217.16.  All of this money has been going into my savings account to use for expenses while I was in school and starting my firm.  Here’s the total breakdown for the year:

  • $24.00 from Pinecone
  • $221.78 from Amazon.com & Half.com
  • $14.01 from Ebates
  • $40.00 from MySurvey.com
  • $65.00 Selling law book
  • $250.00 Selling bar exam prep books
  • $1,650.00 Student loan refund
  • $106.00 Gifts
  • $151.00 Tax refunds
  • $8.23 Class Action payment
  • $41.86 left over from Misc spending
  • $38.43 left over from Fuel
  • $500.00 from redeeming Savings bonds
  • $106.85 Interest

One Response to “2013 Snowflaking”

  1. chitown said

    I have always liked your snowflake idea.

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