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THIS. This is why I want to find a job so badly - It would take only a year of me netting $1000 a month to eliminate our medical and credit card debt. At that point, we could definitely take care of our current needs and wants on just my spouse's teaching salary.
(We might be able to max out two Roth IRAs as well, ...more
We have 15k in medical and credit card debt from getting laid off five times between us in 3 1/2 years and not having health insurance to worry about first. The student loans are an extremely distant afterthought.
I still use a paper check to pay my rent because the property management charges $10 to pay by e-check and $40 to pay by credit/debit. Everything else is usually by debit or credit.
My debit card number was stolen in January, so I had to go back to using only checks for a week or so while I waited for a new one to ...more
I'd like to know what they consider "academic gain," because my "critical thinking, complex reasoning, and written communication" skills were developed in my college preparatory classes in high school. Although I better learned to distinguish between good and better sources of information while gaining my degree, none ...more
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