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Friday, December 02, 2005

Score one for being financially irresponsible

We just got a check in the mail from my husband's former 401(k) company in the amount of $376.54. For some odd reason, they could not roll the money over to his new company and plan so they just sent us a check. Apparently there was some sort of accounting snafu and they shorted him that much money in the change over process. Now the good, coupon-clipping girl that I know resides inside me somewhere way deep down would take the money right over to Edward Jones and put it in his retirement since that was from whence it came. However, instead it will most likely go to Target in a spending frenzy. Or Amazon. Or Kohls. I am starting to get the twitches.

Elizabeth at 1:32 PM

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at 4:03 PM Blogger Tammy said...

Spending frenzy! Oh, I want to go.

 
at 4:07 PM Anonymous lawbrat said...

HEY! I was gonna say that. Now I have to say something different.

Geesh.

I still wanna go.

 
at 5:27 PM Blogger Snickrsnack Katie said...

I say the money is much better spent at Target. You will just spend that $200 when you are retired anyway - probably at Target then, too. I have been itching all day long, too, because I got my Christmas bonus, and I keep dreaming of Wal-Mart and Target and Kohl's and the mall. My money is spent already!

 
at 11:49 PM Blogger Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Go for it! Spend it! Enjoy it! (This advice is bought to you for only a measly 10% of that check).

 
at 9:30 AM Blogger Kami said...

I say Target.

 
at 12:49 PM Blogger Kelly said...

Oh. My. God. I so know what you mean about the twitches! LOL

 

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