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post #121 of 127
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I am glad this thread got bumped, even if it was with Spam .

How is everybody doing? I have lost track of our threads this last couple of months, do we have a recent one?
post #122 of 127
I think I'm in worse debt now then when this thread started. No matter what I do I can't seem to get it right.
post #123 of 127
I should be here! I think I posted a long time ago and in fact, I've been wondering where this thread had gone so thanks for rekindling it!

We're way over our head in debt and we already have a home equity loan which is maxed out (we did fix the house with some of it )

Right now I'm trying to get my main debts (CCs, student loans, home equity loan) into one online format through my bank so that I can see what's due when at once. I also signed up for a bill pay program through my bank so that I get e-mails when my smaller bills are due like phone and cell phone.

We're also going to try to pay lumps in advance towards our bills that normally go automatically onto one of the CCs so that no more charges go on the CC and we've paid in advance and don't have to worry about them for a while.
post #124 of 127
Ack, we just got a letter from our mortgage company today that our taxes went up and so did our mortgage! I'm so upset! We can't even afford to move at this point. : I try to be ultra cheap but I guess I'll have to try harder.
post #125 of 127
just found this thread need to go back and rread all the post, but man we went crazy with our cc when we first go in to college. now we have cc, and student loans

post #126 of 127
Glad this got bumped up too! We paid off our CC debt with our income tax return, just to have to charge it back up (though not as high thankfully!) with car repairs--have to get to work somehow--and our washing machine died on us and it was more cost effective to buy a new one.

I've been cleaning out our "packrat" stuff and Ebaying to make up for that CC debt though!
post #127 of 127
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Here's our new Spring Thread:
http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=290011

Hope to see you all there!
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