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Prepaid the Rent

September 15th, 2011 at 03:50 pm

The news from keeps flowing out. Luckily it is still flowing in, too.

DH prepaid rent for October. The office receptionist thought it odd to pay so far in advance! She even offered to hold it until the first. He declined. Just take our money please! We sure don't want any crazy late fees that we had in August.

I paid our real estate taxes online today in the amount of $1471. Up from last year. Of course! I used the checking account and was only charged $0.40 for the service. That's cheaper than mailing them a check. It would have been about $30 or more to use a credit card. No way would I pay that kind of fee.

DH booked another airline ticket to come home for a four day weekend in October. We got a better deal than his last trip. We saved nearly $100!

We are going to be billed for auto and homeowner's insurance early next month. And our car registration will be due in October, too. October is always our biggest month for cash flowing out.

Do you also have one month a year that is the biggest flow of money out? Which month is it and why?

7 Responses to “Prepaid the Rent”

  1. LuckyRobin Says:

    October and April are probably the biggest because that's when our property taxes are due.

  2. MonkeyMama Says:

    December is the worst here. Property taxes + home insurance due. April is a close second (or match?) with property taxes and income taxes due.

  3. Amy Sikes Says:

    December is my worst month. Property taxes, car tags, and Christmas.

  4. PNW Mom Says:
    1316116222 taxes to the tune of about $3000.00 Frown

  5. Ima saver Says:

    December is when all our property tax is due too.

  6. Looking Forward Says:

    Our property tax is due April and October. Home insurance in December. We have an impound account for property taxes and insurance, so I don't even "feel" that. November is when our car insurance is due and I'll be trying to pay for a full year again. Although, I do try to shop a little all year long, that's the holiday season.

  7. Shiela Says:

    January - both the annual home and car insurance are due. That's over $1000 in total.

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