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August 3rd, 2017 at 10:56 pm

What is the true definition, as applicable to this site, of a "Snowflake".

Thanks a ton!

3 Responses to “Snowflake”

  1. Petunia 100 Says:

    An extra bit of money (usually outside of one's regular budget) which can be used towards a financial goal. Such as proceeds from selling unneeded item(s), or money earned on Swagbucks, or a manufacturer rebate. Or perhaps a larger bit of money, such as from a second job or an income tax refund.

    The origin of the name is a play on "snowball". As in, "add your snowflakes to your snowball, before they melt".

  2. Out of the Dark Says:

    So in theory, my credit card cash rewards going toward my new car fund are snowflakes. Any income outside of the norm used specifically for a financial goal. Got it. Thanks a ton!

  3. CB in the City Says:

    Exactly!

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