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<<<That is an amazing snowball you have going...may I ask what kind of income you are working with? My debt looks about the same, minus the mortgage and I am planning to file the dirty B in about 6 months...I am dreading this>>>

Hey Lefty,

Take it to the mattress. It can be done and I didn't do anything super radical (prepared to - managed to avoid it).

Net Monthly Income: $8,300 or $99,600 per year or $115,000 gross (gross could be off a little)

Starting debt: $105k

Starting Snowball: - hundreds of dollars

I am going to jinx myself if I post anymore. I still got a long way to go. So, I will send some good Karma your way.


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