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12/25/12 update

Chase total checking $23.25
Sunwest checking 1 = $10
Sunwest checking 2 = $10
Arizona Federal Savings =$20
Sunwest Savings 1=$0
Sunwest Savings 2-$0

Chase Freedom Visa = $825.07 min pay at this date $25
American Express = $418.73 min pay at this date $35
Chase Slate Visa =$0.00

Sunwest Car Loan 2.49% = $12,938.74 min pmt $112.00 every two weeks
Sunwest Secure Pledge 2.30% =$207.51 min pmt $58.00 every two weeks

I am paid on Thursday as follows:
Chase Total checking $677.00
Arizona Federal savings $28
Sunwest Savings 2 $5
Charles Schwab:=$35

I received $60 cash for Christmas and was instructed my Mom and Dad to pay the secured loan with it and not to pay Chase or Ax with it.

Now why my cc are high is I had the 30K miles fluid changed on the car which cost me $654 and I backed out on the car and busted the driver side mirror in the garage at home which cost me $454.03 to get fixed.

Payments on Thursday as follows: $120.00 car pmt to Sunwest
Cash pmt Thursday $60 Sunwest secured loan
Payment electronically $418.73 to Ax.
Payment electronically transfered to Chase Freedom $ 138.00
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