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Major change of circumstances

May 4th, 2007 at 12:52 am

My how things can change drastically and quickly! Due to a family emergency I have had to clean out my savings completely. I will be getting all the money back in a month or two. I will take a hit on interest but it has to be done. I am going to keep my totals set at pre w/d because technically the money is not gone for good.

3 Responses to “Major change of circumstances”

  1. JanH Says:

    I really hope things are okay now. Take care.

  2. HouseHopeful Says:

    I'm sorry something extreme came up for you. But sounds like you're on the right track to getting the savings started again. Way to stay strong!

  3. elgin526 Says:

    Are you certain you'll be getting all the money back? If you are loaning it to someone, you may be taking a risk, even if it's family. Just be sure you'll be okay if you never get the money back, or don't get all of it back. I hope things work out for you!

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