- July 22, 2008 at 3:52 pm #260358
I am so right with you on that one. I have to choose what is more important to pay and then decide what else to do. I have really thought bankruptcy.
Not sure thought. It may make life a whole lot easier to start over.
wrote: — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “enjoycooking1952” wrote:
> I’m so glad that I’m not the only one with a modest income. I feel
> like I’m doing something totally wrong when I hear that people are
> able to pay their debt off fast, ugh ! I have only a few pennies
> over after paying the bills and then get upset wondering what I’m
> going to do until next pay.
So, to pay debt off is very
> Thanks !
> > Someone like myself with a very modest income and after paying
> > nessasary bills has only a few dollars to pay extra on debt,
> > isnt any money left to make a differance.
> > I will still have five years with monthly payments to pay down
> > $22,000
> > It Doesn’t seem like a huge amount but when it isn’t there it
> > seems out of reach,but someone making a
household income of
> > realisticly pay off 80,000 in a few years of tight budgeting.
SHEILA, I too also used to be stressed about the debt and bills
But now I view it as a game and try new ways to cut the bills and
utilities,got my electric bill down to $18 last month was 12 the
month before with out the ac.
it helps to realize you can’t let it stress you out.
there isnt a
whole lot you can do about it so make a game out of it and squeeze
every nickle you can.
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