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Originally Posted by Moemg
Originally Posted by Meadbh
If you are $30,000 under budget I would get the A/C repaired and made more accessible as you have decided. It just means you will be $28,200 under budget at the end of the year. That's still a huge difference. My curiosity is piqued as to how you did it - or was your budget simply too big to begin with?
I was $20,000 under budget last year so I rolled that over into this year with the intention of remodeling the bathroom . Never got to do the remodel so that is why I have such an access .I could cut my budget down but why ? Maybe one of these years I really will spend it all ! It is not like I do not try .
Ah, a rolling surplus! That's a good thing to have. First world problem!
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