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    We have a holiday planned for next month and another is September, whatever is left will go in savings.

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    Was hoping DP would have gotten better tax return we were wanting to buy a small car. But won't be able to now stuffs me how he can pay thousands in tax & get bugger all back dunno what ill spend supps on prob just save it

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    Quote Originally Posted by our3boys View Post
    Putting mine towards a bigger car with ds4 due in September I need a 7 seater.
    Oooh have a look at the Kluger Grande!! We got one a few months ago we used to upgrade cars each year (nothing beats new car smell lol) but then bought this one as it will be our family car!

    It's awesome and will fit the kids plus some and plenty of room for fishing and camping gear




    Two girls, one dream and baby you are it!

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    Not quite sure how much we will actually get, but it should be a decent amount! Hoping to get a new bed, mattress and dryer at the very least. DP wants to buy a shed so he can have a man cave :P Anything left over probably should go towards repaying debts, BOOO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    If I get enough to pay rego this year I will be happy. Rego in NSW has gone up and even on my DHs little car it cost us $800+ so I am shuddering to think how much mine will be for the 7 seater
    I know I almost died when I opened the renewals. Our green slip and ergo was $1200 for our 7 seater.

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    We are spending ours on concreting out the back, putting a railing up as there is a 1.5m drop off our back patio, Christmas holiday & the dreaded credit card oh and finishing out kitchen just need an extra overhead & rangehood!

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    I'm going to get one breast implant - I'd like to get both done but it's too expensive. I'm opting for the left one because I carry my handbag on my right shoulder so I figure the weight will even out the pressure on my spine.

    Ohhhh that's right - I owe money at tax time.... :/
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    Not sure what we are getting yet as I havent done the tax however it will go into savings to go towards: ducted heating and an extended deck.

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    Dh tax is going to pay off his laptop and buy new computer programs he needs (he's in animation so these programs are pricey!!!)

    My supps are going to car service, roadside renewal, ambulance renewal, carseat for dd and treating us to a night in a hotel on my bday :-)

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    Sups went to new cupboards and whole new wardrobe of clothes for the kidlets, & rego for my car.

    Not too sure what DH will et but if etax estimate is close will be very very happy and half will be going towards our house savings. And the other Half will be going towards his rego, and getting his other sleeve tattoo done


 

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