Travel Fund

Welcome to my account page for our Travel Fund savings account. Travel is something that is very important to me, but it can get expensive. So we started a travel fund last year, it just didn’t go very far. This is not the account we are using to save for our Europe Trip, we’re using another account for that.

Account Details:

Where’s the money:

360 Savings from Capital One 360. No fees, no minimums, and no need to change banks.

Sub-account:
Travel Fund   (learn to create sub-accounts with Capital One 360)

Daily transfers set-up:
none   (learn how to set-up daily transfer with Capital One 360)

Date Notes

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Balance
1/1/2012 previous balance $60.57
1/3/2012 deposit $50.00 $110.57
1/31/2012 January interest $0.07 $110.64
2/14/2012 deposit $15.00 $125.64
2/29/2012 February interest $0.02 $125.66
3/31/2012 March interest $0.08 $125.74
4/30/2012 April interest $0.08 $125.82
5/17/2012 leftovers $10.45 $136.27
5/31/2012 May interest $0.09 $136.36
6/15/2012 deposit $50.00 $186.36
6/30/2012 deposit $50.00 $236.36
6/30/2012 June interest $0.10 $236.46
7/31/2012 July interest $0.16 $236.62
8/31/2012 August interest $0.16 $236.78
9/30/2012 September interest $0.15 $236.93
10/31/2012 October interest $0.15 $237.08
11/30/2012 November interest $0.15 $237.23
12/31/2012 December interest $0.15 $237.38
1/31/2013 January interest $0.15 $237.53
2/28/2013 February interest $0.12 $237.65