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I paid off my last cc this month. I have a $1,000 e-fund and $300 saved for my anniversary. Also we retired 2 car loans during this time period for our 2000 toyotas purchased in Jan 2003.

November 2002
CC1 4007.27
CC2 2437.41
CC3 3322.99
Student loan (sorry I don't know what it was then)

August 2007
Student Loan 11848.6
Mortgage 348,000
Heloc 80,000
457 maxed out each month.

I actually feel relatively stable. Now for our living expense fund.

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