Up until now, she was skeptical that we'd *ever* be out of debt. Our cash flow
right now is almost zero, but I've shown her a way to increase our cash flow by
almost 30% by the end of October. And of course, once you have a little
flexibility, it becomes increasingly easier to pay off debt. The more debt you
have paid off, the higher your cashflow becomes, until pretty soon you're doing
nothing but paying into your positive investments.
She's starting (slowly) to become as excited at the prospect as I am. It's
going to happen. The light at the end of the tunnel is NOT a train! :-)
> The light at the end of the tunnel is NOT a train!
But the bulldozer will do a similar amount of damage <g>
I don't Suffer from insanity, I enjoy it
Friends in high places in Nigeria?
>Friends in high places in Nigeria?
Nope. Just simple accounting tricks and sane money management.
SPEND < U MAKE
> SPEND < U MAKE
Easier said than done <g>
"Its just one of those days, feelin' like a freight train. First one to
complain leaves with a blood stain."
Limp Bizkit, Break Stuff off of Significant Other
No kidding. If all your bills came due at the same time and you got paid the
day before, it would be easier. I don't know about anyone else, but I have
bills come due throughout the month and I get paid somewhat irregularly (15th
and last day of the month, last day obviously varying from month to month)
I get paid every Tuesday between 2:30pm and 4:30pm. That is one thing
that is regular about this job.
> I paid off my van today.
Obviously time to upgrade then ;)