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My husband-to-be and I are viciously attacking our debtload. It just so happened that we stumbled on an extra $1000 to go towards our credit card debt. Our question however is, hypothetically:

2 cards have the same interest rate (say 14%)

would we pay more , less, or the same amount of interest on one $1000 balance or two $500 balances. My math skills say that it would be the same but those credit card guys are sneaky, evil people!!

Does any one else know or care to guess??? Thanks!

$34000 including the car loan and going down!!!
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