We just passed the $10,000 dollar mark in extra mortgage payments.
The team behind Spent has a new game designed to teach people how difficult it is to get through college without racking up massive debt.
Nothing felt better than making that final payment.
“You know,” I said casually one day, “it would make more sense for me to pay those off than for you to keep paying 7 percent interest on them.”
He had loaned me $3,986.83, and I wanted to pay it back.
I wanted to pay off all my credit card debt by our wedding day.
Ten years and 120 payments sounded daunting, but now that I’m halfway there, I can almost see the top of the hill.
Yes, although many of us were told that it “doesn’t matter” where we go to college, that we can get “just as far” as someone from one of those prestigious schools, this might not actually be the case.
It’s time to check in on our debt payments and savings goals again.
The company seemed to be doing everything it could to help you forget what your job was.