Great news! We just found out my wife is going to receive a $1,463 tuition refund. She had to take out a student loan when we got married because our combined income meant she no longer qualified for enough financial aid. As it turns out, the information the university had on file for her cost of living was too low. Thus, she's getting part of the tuition refunded.
Between this refund and our tax returns, we’re looking at roughly $3,500 in extra income this month. This money will be used to pay down some debt and replenish our Emigrant Direct savings account that was somewhat decimated after paying a $1,809 condo tax bill this month. If everything stays on track, I'll post a positive net worth report for March.