NCN from No Credit Needed Network has posted the 90th Carnival of Debt Reduction. I admit that I haven't really followed this carnival since I'm always so busy getting through the Festival of Frugality and Carnival of Personal Finance, but NCN was … [Read more...] about 90th Carnival of Debt Reduction – Recap
Back in January, I told you all that I decided to try to pay off our Chevy Malibu in 8 months or less. How are we doing? Well, if you check out our debt scale on the right sidebar, you'll see we only have 22%, or $3,286 left of the original … [Read more...] about Only 2 more months to pay off the Malibu!
It's been only 3 months since posting our intent to pay off our Chevy Malibu loan of $15,000 in 8 months, but we've made tremendous progress in paying off the loan. Today, I sent off another $2,000 towards the Bank of America credit card, and the … [Read more...] about In the home stretch – The Malibu is almost paid off!
Yesterday, I shocked you with how much we spent in 1 year (2006) on our cars. To recap, the 2 of us own 3 vehicles that cost us about $22,000 last year: 1. 2006 Honda Ridgeline RTS - the biggest loan (about $25k left), but the most … [Read more...] about Overspending on Cars – What do we do now?
Thanks to the King of Debt at We're In Debt for providing the CSS list and HTML to add my own debt scale on the right sidebar. As you know, we're trying to pay off our Chevy Malibu loan of $15,000 in 8 months. We transferred the loan onto a credit … [Read more...] about New Debt Scale thanks to The King
A few years ago, I started to look at purchases in a different way. I used to just buy with my credit card and not think twice about having to pay it off. I figured I would do that when I graduated college. Then, after I graduated, things got … [Read more...] about How many hours do I need to work to pay for that?