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    Um hello $1200 in my account today - yay!

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    For anyone that's paying debt (I'm one of them, credit card debt blows!) I definitely think that's a 'fun' thing to spend it on. I know, bit weird aren't I. But I'm really looking forward to it because not having that debt sitting there means another $100 a fortnight or so that's free to spend on something that I want rather than debt *chuckle*.

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    Tafe text books, fee's, dds school uniforms, bills, Christmas saving account, laybuys any left I'm fixing my wardrobe shelving, drawers etc...


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    Mine will go towards doing up the nursery ( furniture etc), paying off the rest of my course, and then whatever bits and bobs we need around the house and the rest into savings. ( I payed way too much tax this year).

    Dp will spend his on god knows what but I'll be pinching some to put in our savings.

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    I'm putting in some for fixing our computer and the rest is on new beds for the kids, new mattresses and new sheets and then little room furnishings. If there is anything left, I'll probably have to put that towards the car repairs.
    DHs tax is the rest of fixing our computer and the rest on the car.

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    We won't get much back- I don't think dp has paid that much extra. I might get a few hundred. She will get a few hundred probably. It'll go into savings though, whatever it is.

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    Decking out my nursery from Ikea! And then probably save pay off our debts, so close to being debt free its awesome, I'm not sure if I will get any CL payment but I will get my child care rebate once my tax is done as I get it quarterly

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    The fun stuff. Bills! Rates will be due soon :-(

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    We are getting about $2500 back. Wooo! We lodged it last week BUT it will all be going into savings... Booo lol


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    We are getting a nice tax return this year and over estimated for FTB so a fair bit back there too Ours will be going into savings maybe look at going on a holiday is December.


 

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