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Car debt Now $27,300 payment $228 every two weeks debited 6% interest.

Ok, so correct me if I'm wrong. But I'm not seeing any mention of this car loan in any of your previous updates.

Please tell me you didn't go out and buy a new $27,000 car. And financed it. When you're essentially living paycheck to paycheck.

Maybe I'm missing something... but, dude. That isn't a good move.

~Mary Anna
hoping I'm misinterpreting?



You know, Mary Anna, that's actually a good question. I went back a little and the last thing 401K said about a car that I saw was in February:

1)I haven't had time to get the car in to get the suspension work done. Approximate cost $700.00

401KInvestor, what gives?
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