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<<I am currently making the same type of run to pay off my CC's. I started the year out with $5000 and am now down to $2000 with the end in sight at the end of may. I was also able to set up a Roth IRA and max out my 401k and start a 403b. This year has been a living hell...>>

Hey, 2112!

Congrats! You're doing great! I'm really impressed--cards getting paid off, new retirement accounts, even a well-deserved planned vacation. How Foolish!

Don't worry too much about the 'living hell', as you're obviously climbing out, and no doubt will be living a more 'heavenly' existence soon.

And you KNOW it's all going to be worth it!

Just make sure you become disciplined enough not to dig another hole once you start enjoying freedom from debt. : )

Tony
...but I still am...

Off2Aruba
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