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- February 23, 2003 at 2:14 pm #249175
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Kathy M”
> My name is Kathy and I live in PA near Lake Erie. My main
financial goal is to pay off as much debt as possible and not have
to go back to work full time.
Hi Kathy I am new to this group…
I have been paying off my debt for about 2 years, I got all messed
up when my son got ill and I needed to take time off to be with him
and had medical bills not covered by my insurance.
I went through a debt reduction program and have so far cleared up
over half my creditors, the ones left are the ones I owed heaviest
to. They are down to 4 and since as I switched the money from the
payed off ones to the others it is going faster now. I look forward
to be debt free except my home and my car.
I have gotten some school loans built up since I am in grad school
but hopefully these will not be any more a burden than what I have
now. I also plan to try to pay down some of my loans by agreeing
with my state to stay and practice here and also to apply for a NIH
to go and practice rurally in my state will cover at least half my
I would like to work 3-4 days a week, I work 4 now which is
condidered full time and I get benefits. I will only need benefits
for me after May 2004 so I will not care if I go partime.
I will be glad to have my school time back for me…now between
class and work I feel like I have little me time.
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