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2) Your total outstanding debt (please note if you're including your mortgage and cars)
3) Your next Happy Dance date
4) Your final Happy Dance date
5) What your long-term goals are once you're debt free.

1. lisa3069
2. $5600.00 CC and $5200.00 car
3. Fall 2000
4. Spring 2001
5. LBYM and save...save...save

Just a note....When I began my debt pay-off in 1996 I owed $22,000.00 while only making $23,000.00. I currently make $30,000.00. Paying $402.00 per month against this balance REQUIRED LBYM. It wasn't a choice at the time, it a now my chosen lifestyle!

lisa3069
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