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Future debt avoided; counts as a payment

April 14th, 2008 at 08:58 am

I just ran the numbers in more detail for the next month, and realized the final $943 of travel money I was planning to take from my reserve line, and then pay off when I got back from my trip, will actually be in the bank when I need it. AS's biweekly checks throw off my schedule, but when it's because they're coming earlier than my general budget suggests, it's a good thing!

So I can count that as a debt paid, since it's part of my overall debt count.

$943 down, $3157 to go on my May goal
$58,927 to go on the Big-Picture Goal

1 Responses to “Future debt avoided; counts as a payment”

  1. merch Says:

    Nice to have the money there when you need it. Keep it up and soon you won't have those future estimated expenses.

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