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You didn't list a mortgage. Are you renting? Car loans?

Have you checked your credit report recently? Do you know your credit score?

Minimum payments are around 2K a month. Approximately, $750 in interest.

Do you belong to a credit union? Your rates are high enough that you could check on a debt consolidation loan.

The normal process is to pay additional funds to the account with the highest interest rate, which would be the chase accounts. The other consideration is any account that is very close to the limit. Is the monthly interest pushing at account over limit or very close to the limit?

If you want comments on your budget, you could post your budget.
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