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    Yipee!!!! That's good.

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    You are all doing a great job. Keep it up.

    I'm going to put some in my EF account as well. I'll post as I do.

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    Ok, add me to the EF challenge too! Need to make every penny work around here. For March I want to add $125 to my EF, started out with $25 on 3-3-06

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    We're glad to have you here!

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    I'm in too. I added $300 on the 1st and plan to add another $300 on the 15th. This not eating out so much thing is really paying off for us!

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    Count me in please! £50 will be deposited automatically on the 21st of the month.

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    Yeah sillybutt! ( )( )

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    Another thing to remember is, if you get a raise, a refund or pay off a debt . . . put that money into your saving account. You're used to living without it. =

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    £50 is going in today for me. the saving's going to be scaled down for a while as we're having a lot of work done on the house - but it's all being paid for in cash so I'm still happy and saving where possible!

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    Well I'm a wee bit late but I'll commit to my regular $50 this month. Still trying to pay down some of this debt.

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    Please count me in.

    Emergency Fund - $2.500.00

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    It's just so exciting to see all these people saving money.

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    I'm in again this month. I plan on putting my jar dollars toward debt, in addition to the challenge amount. I'll keep up to date

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    Originally posted by Shell
    Another thing to remember is, if you get a raise, a refund or pay off a debt . . . put that money into your saving account. You're used to living without it. =
    Good idea I am late getting in here for this month too. I just started working again after almost 4 years of not working and tomorrow is my first paycheque, I am just so dang excited! I am only part time but I did get 2 extra shifts in so I am going to keep a little for me and my girls and put $400 in tomorrow for the emergency fund.
    I am still waiting to set up my Ing account, I have everything ready to roll and my cheque to send out to them but I have to call them tomorrow to see if I can send it now where it will be post dated for the last day of the month as that is when I want them to debit our money each month.

    Anyhow, as of tomorrow I will have $635 total in the emergency fund, I am sooooooooooo happy

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    That's great Bee9984. Great to have you here!

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