Posts Tagged ‘IRS’
Total Black: $2,358.16
Total Red: $269,991.43
Well, it looks like I haven’t ironed out the kinks in my financial systems here. I’ve sent $1,200.00 to the canceled Visa card. Balance is down to $2,900.00 from $4,000.00 back in Twelfth Day of Accounting. I’ve also transferred funds from my Bank of St. Croix account to my Bank of America account. Already made the IRS payment for this month. But somewhere in the mix, something went awry. Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $2,020.47
Total Red: $250,185.27
Total red and total black are both up. But the numbers aren’t completely accurate, however. Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $6.71
Total Red: $245,701.55
Palm to face! It is with a heavy heart that I write today’s post. Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $6.71
Total Red: $245,625.09
No, not an emotional one. A financial one. Time to break down my finances for the month and lay it out for all to see.
I’m estimating much of the information here. I still haven’t gotten paid from my current job. Perhaps by the middle of next month. So much of this data I’ve calculated on my own. Once I get my first pay stub, I’ll update my financials. For now, here goes: Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $179.87
Total Red: $245,700.21
My mother telephoned today. The money still isn’t available. And probably won’t be on Monday either—the day I’m supposed to pay the IRS. Gotta hold on. Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $85.38
Total Red: $243,602.66
Total Red is down from earlier this week—all-time high of $246K. But it’s up from yesterday’s post: My First Car. And all numbers are up from my Eleventh Day of Accounting, so I thought perhaps I’d update my numbers before the 10th of the month, especially because of the recent changes to my finances. An abbreviated version follows below: Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $4,074.17
Total Red: $242,186.50
There’s no chance that my mother would ever see this blog. Not unless I were to print out each entry for her to read, I suppose. So I understand that this post is a bit misdirected. But that said, I wanted to express my inability to ever properly thank my mother for all of her help. Keep reading . . .