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|Subject: Re: Plans for the New Year||Date: 12/21/2000 10:51 AM|
|Author: kramer29||Number: 52069 of 308992|
It looks like lots of Fools have goals for next year.
Pay off CC debt about $9000 by June.
(Paid down $7500 in last 6 months)
Take 2 months to pay off some smaller home loans.
See how much I can tear into school loans in the remaining 4 months of 2001.
2002 Much more speculative.
Finish off school loans.
Pay off car loans.
Look at investing and paying off house.
Be prepared to update all goals. My wife is applying for an administrative position that will bump her salary up +40%. Not to sound bias :) or anything but she is probably one of the best people you could find. I think she is a shoe in for the position.
I may also take a course to update my MCSE to Win2000. It will run me about $2000 but I seam to make more money every time I take a course like it. If so I'll pay cash for it and bump things back a month and up again once I finish the course.
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