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- April 7, 2008 at 8:47 pm #257127
subscribe to Dave Ramsey and Mary Hunt. In the mean time-Save an Emergency
Fund that would pay the bills for 3-6 months. Then I would start w/ the bill
that has the highest interest and pay it down.Join a lot of frugal
sites.Then work on the next highest interest one and pay it down. Freeze the
credit card. Brown bag work and school lunches.
It is nice to do 401 K if your employer matches you. Have something (my
daughter did 2% savings)w/ helt from your check.(credit unions w/ your work
Have you cked out 529 savings for college fund? Or U Promise that uses
points when you shop at certain stores(groceries,etc.) can join on line.
ck the gov.org for grants.
From: “Stephanie” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2008 4:47 PM
Subject: Budget101.com : Order of Importance?
> Is there a general rule of thumb about what debt should be paid off in
> what order? And where do long-term goals fit in?
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