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How quickly can a fool find his money again?

I currently have a whole bunch of debt. Hmm...I wonder how much I could get for my kidneys?
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Wednesday, June 07, 2006
June Update
Here is an update on how it's coming with the credit card payments. After doing a balance transfer to a lower APR card, I am particularly pleased to see that Chase has a zero balance now.

Chase - $0 :-)
Orchard Bank - $25.44
PPBC - $740*
Discover - $900*
Providian - $900*
Citibank - $1500*
Aspire - $2033
Capital One - $2953
MBNA - $4224.43
B of A - $4400

Total: $17,675.87
Last Month's Total: $18,343.03
Percent Reduced By: 3.6%

That's not too bad for one month, I think. I'm pleased.

*These balances have not had the interest rate applied to them after payment yet, which is probably going to fudge up my figures down the line, and is something that I should wait for in the future, but I was just excited to see what I had paid down. What? I'm excited about paying it off!
posted by shamedsteven @ 9:56 AM  
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