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  1. #1
    Shawn
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    Here's a calculator on the stimulus plan to see what your family will be receiving.
    <SPAN class="yshortcuts" id="lw_1206032577_0">http://www.irs.gov/app/espc/

    I'll be doing the following with the money.

    1) Giving Support to Missionaries
    2) Building Up my Emergency Fund more
    or
    3) Paying extra on the house
    or
    4) Roth IRA Setup

    Still not certain about #2 or #3 or #4, but certainly doing #1.

    What will you be doing with the Tax Rebate money in May/June?

    I know many want us to spend more and more and consume more and more, but we must all do what is best for our families.

    I hope most are taking a portion saving it or paying off debt. I hope someday the average saving rate ofAmericansgo up sooner or later. We can't keep living on such high debt.



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    lisa griffeth
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    <DIV id="ygrp-msg"> What will you be doing with the Tax Rebate money in May/June? 1) Make donation to local Humane Society to help w/building fund (probably enough $ for one brick, but you've gotta start some where) 2) call around to see if we can get a discount on any of our monthly bills (car
    insurance, etc) by paying 6mo or a year in full by using the Stimulus money...if so, take advantage of that. 3)Plan to over fill or at least well stock the freezer/pantry. 4)Pay in full some smaller bills sowe'll be done with that debt and can roll the small payments into a bigger payment on a bigger debt. 5)Will fundING account and get it started for long term savings. Lisa G. <!--
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    Tressa Watts
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    I am sooo bad...I think I will go shopping as it is unexpected and not in my budget...I dont want to let the government down ya know..LOL




    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    From: apiamama@yahoo.com
    Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 13:52:16 -0700
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Economic Stimulus / Tax Rebate





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    What will you be doing with the Tax Rebate money in May/June?
    1) Make donation to local Humane Society to help w/building fund (probably enough $ for one brick, but you've gotta start some where)
    2) call around to see if we can get a discount on any of our monthly bills (car insurance, etc) by paying 6mo or a year in full by using the Stimulus money...if so, take advantage of that.
    3)Plan to over fill or at least well stock the freezer/pantry.
    4)Pay in full some smaller bills sowe'll be done with that debt and can roll the small payments into a bigger payment on a bigger debt.
    5)Will fundING account and get it started for long term savings.

    Lisa G.












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    sharon smith-scott
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    I have been thinking about starting an ING account. Please tell me about it .




    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    From: apiamama@yahoo.com
    Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 13:52:16 -0700
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Economic Stimulus / Tax Rebate





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    What will you be doing with the Tax Rebate money in May/June?
    1) Make donation to local Humane Society to help w/building fund (probably enough $ for one brick, but you've gotta start some where)
    2) call around to see if we can get a discount on any of our monthly bills (car insurance, etc) by paying 6mo or a year in full by using the Stimulus money...if so, take advantage of that.
    3)Plan to over fill or at least well stock the freezer/pantry.
    4)Pay in full some smaller bills sowe'll be done with that debt and can roll the small payments into a bigger payment on a bigger debt.
    5)Will fundING account and get it started for long term savings.

    Lisa G.
















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    lisa griffeth
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    I don't have one yet myself so I can't tell you much until I do my research. I get info from them in the mail every so often and I'm thinking you can start with either $25 or $50 dollars and then just set up regular deposits. Several members of this list have mentioned them before which is why I was thinkingI wanted to try it...maybe some of them will chime in? Lisa G.

    sharon smith-scott <shsscott@msn.com> wrote: I have been thinking about starting an ING account.
    Please tell me about it .

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    From: apiamama@yahoo.com
    Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 13:52:16 -0700
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Economic Stimulus / Tax Rebate

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="EC_replbq" style="BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid;"> What will you be doing with the Tax Rebate money in May/June? 1) Make donation to local Humane Society to help w/building fund (probably enough $ for one brick, but you've gotta start some where) <DIV style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: times new roman, new york,
    times, serif;">2) call around to see if we can get a discount on any of our monthly bills (car insurance, etc) by paying 6mo or a year in full by using the Stimulus money...if so, take advantage of that. 3)Plan to over fill or at least well stock the freezer/pantry. 4)Pay in full some smaller bills sowe'll be done with that debt and can roll the small payments into a bigger payment on a bigger debt. 5)Will fundING account and get it started for long term savings. Lisa G. <DIV style="FONT-SIZE:
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    jerry allen
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    I have an ING account. It is the best thing ever. I

    encourage you to do it. the interest rate is great and

    it is so easy to save automatically.



    Mary



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    > any of our monthly bills (car insurance, etc) by

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    > money...if so, take advantage of that.

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    > freezer/pantry.

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    > with that debt and can roll the small payments into

    > a bigger payment on a bigger debt.

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    > term savings.

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    sharon smith-scott
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    So, its an automatic savings plan? Is it like a direct deposit into my savings with a better interest rate?




    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    From: the_allen_family@yahoo.com
    Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 16:34:34 -0700
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : ING account





    I have an ING account. It is the best thing ever. I
    encourage you to do it. the interest rate is great and
    it is so easy to save automatically.

    Mary

    --- sharon smith-scott <shsscott@msn.com> wrote:

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    > I have been thinking about starting an ING account.
    > Please tell me about it .
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    > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.comFrom:
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    > w/building fund (probably enough $ for one brick,
    > but you've gotta start some where)
    > 2) call around to see if we can get a discount on
    > any of our monthly bills (car insurance, etc) by
    > paying 6mo or a year in full by using the Stimulus
    > money...if so, take advantage of that.
    > 3)Plan to over fill or at least well stock the
    > freezer/pantry.
    > 4)Pay in full some smaller bills so we'll be done
    > with that debt and can roll the small payments into
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    shawnonline
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    I have an ING account it's awesome!

    It's a savings account that is tied up to your checking account. It gets better rates than your bank 3% right now verses .2%

    That's not the main reason I use it.

    I use it because it keeps all of my savings accounttypesseperate.

    I havethe following little"sub" accounts

    1)Emergency Savings Account (highest amount in it)
    2) Car Fund Account
    3) Vacation Account
    4)My Wife's Account from babysitting money
    5) My kids individual savings account

    It's sweet you can make as many "sub" accounts as you want and transfer back and forth between your

    I have our car fund setup on an "automatic savings plan" since I don't want to pay for a car payment ever again!

    This could work with other things like a Christmas account, or say a Vacation Account.





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    I have been thinking about starting an ING account. Please tell me about it .




    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    From: apiamama@yahoo.com
    Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 13:52:16 -0700
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Economic Stimulus / Tax Rebate





    <BLOCKQUOTE class="EC_replbq" style="BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid;">





    What will you be doing with the Tax Rebate money in May/June?
    1) Make donation to local Humane Society to help w/building fund (probably enough $ for one brick, but you've gotta start some where)
    2) call around to see if we can get a discount on any of our monthly bills (car insurance, etc) by paying 6mo or a year in full by using the Stimulus money...if so, take advantage of that.
    3)Plan to over fill or at least well stock the freezer/pantry.
    4)Pay in full some smaller bills sowe'll be done with that debt and can roll the small payments into a bigger payment on a bigger debt.
    5)Will fundING account and get it started for long term savings.

    Lisa G.















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