Posted by the Dad. 7 Comments
Posted by K on 08/25/09 at 10:42 pm
As a data geek, I thought the graph format was all wrong at first. But remembering that you are using the snowball method, it was interesting to see the impact of your March payments on your May status. I am expecting that your August payments will cause the same downward shift with the other lines again. Please don’t phase out the months over time, I would like to see the ‘whole story’ when you have finally paid it all off.
Congratulations on what you have achieved so far. Looking forward to reading more and seeing more lines fall to zeros.
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Posted by Climbing Out » Blog Archive » Emergency Mode – Stop the Debt Snowball and Pile Up Cash on 08/27/10 at 7:38 am
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Posted by Sandi on 01/10/11 at 5:46 am
You’re almost there, CONGRATULATIONS on your hard work.
Posted by the Dad on 01/10/11 at 9:22 am
Thank you, Sandi!!
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