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Taxes and Insurance

February 12th, 2020 at 04:21 am

Got my taxes filed and our refund is supposed to be deposited tomorrow. We are getting back about $2,150 but I had to pay in over $200 to the state and it cost around $100 this year for me to file. So $1,800ish.

We will use part of the refund for vacation savings and the rest will go towards debt. We also received several more monetary gifts for the baby. So I have $500 extra to throw at the credit card.

Husband is working 7 days of 12 hours this week. Major bummer with a new baby but that may give us enough extra money to pay off the credit card this month! That would be awesome.

It looks like the baby's medical claims have hit insurance. Thankfully they ended up counting her bills as in-network. So we owe "only" $7,000. Which is still a lot, but much better than $14,000! We will be getting a 0% 60 month loan from the hospital, this will keep our minimum payment pretty low. I am still making payments on my pregnancy bills as well. But once our construction loan and credit card is paid we will focus on the medical debt, in addition to the weekly HSA deposits we do. Still hopeful we can pay everything off this year. Fingers crossed!

My permanent retainer broke randomly after 10 years and so I had to go to the dentist today and get it fixed. The metal wire was sharp and poking me, and I could already feel my teeth moving in two days. $30 well spent.

1 Responses to “Taxes and Insurance”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    Hope you can pay stuff off too. Glad your hubby can work extra to help with the payments.

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