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    shellbeau813
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    Thank you for all your advice. Unfortunately, my husband worked for

    the state and since he was in a management position, his new boss came

    into the office at 5pm on Friday and said he was bringing in his own

    team. That was it. He was asked to resign his position, or be fired.

    My husband lost his 10 years with no warning. It has been a blow to

    his very core. He is a walking zombie. There just isn't much he can

    do about it- since he wasn't protected by the union. But I willhave

    to look into unemployment even though I don't think he is eligible. I

    am going to do my taxes this week and get my refund back asap. I will

    do them myself and save the accountant fee. I cancelled the paper

    (except for Sunday since I save so much with the coupons). I will need

    to cut some other things this week. Fortunately I took advice from all

    of you and bought a freezer last year. It is fairly stocked (yay me)

    and I have been doing a weekly freebie shop at Walgreens/CVS. I won't

    be needing shampoo, dish detergent, toothpaste for a while. I

    certainly am feeling much more positive than my husband! Thanks guys!


    Michelle in MA










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    PC Barbara
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    Default newly unemployed husband

    My husband lost his job of 4 years about 2 weeks ago. We were very lucky they

    called and asked him back in a week.

    He has decided to look elsewhere since the company is unreliable.



    Barbara



    shellbeau813 <shellbeau813@yahoo.com> wrote:

    Thank you for all your advice. Unfortunately, my husband worked for

    the state and since he was in a management position,






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    libramommy66@brier.net
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    Default newly unemployed husband

    I don't know where you guys are..but in FLa I was allowed to sign up on

    unemployment after being let go for basically the same reason...the

    reason I qualified was because I wasn't let go due to my job

    preformance...you know not doing what I was told...that kind of

    thing...try to sign up for his unemployment...if he pd it in he is

    entitled..they can't do anything but say no...





    Hope things get better soon,



    LaRae



    On 2/5/2008, "shellbeau813" <shellbeau813@yahoo.com> wrote:



    >Thank you for all your advice. Unfortunately, my husband worked for

    >the state and since he was in a management position, his new boss came

    >into the office at 5pm on Friday and said he was bringing in his own

    >team. That was it. He was asked to resign his position, or be fired.

    > My husband lost his 10 years with no warning. It has been a blow to

    >his very core. He is a walking zombie. There just isn't much he can

    >do about it- since he wasn't protected by the union. But I willhave

    >to look into unemployment even though I don't think he is eligible. I

    >am going to do my taxes this week and get my refund back asap. I will

    >do them myself and save the accountant fee. I cancelled the paper

    >(except for Sunday since I save so much with the coupons). I will need

    >to cut some other things this week. Fortunately I took advice from all

    >of you and bought a freezer last year. It is fairly stocked (yay me)

    >and I have been doing a weekly freebie shop at Walgreens/CVS. I won't

    >be needing shampoo, dish detergent, toothpaste for a while. I

    >certainly am feeling much more positive than my husband! Thanks guys!

    > Michelle in MA

    >

    >






 

 

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