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Author: CPAScott Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 308557  
Subject: Re: Student loan or Car loan: A Decision Date: 7/25/2003 4:17 PM
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Later in your post, you mention that the payments were $100 to Sallie Mae and $400 to the car loan.

The $100 is the payment on one of the five student loans I have. In total, I spend $920/month on all my loans --

$450 to Sallie Mae for 3 loans ($300, 100 and 50)
$80 to two universities for Perkins loans ($40 each)
$390 to PeopleFirst for the car

As far as an e-fund is concerned, if the car loan is paid, then all of these obligations should be excluded from consideration.



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