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Tuesday, December 11, 2007 - 12:18 PM

The Groove is in the House - 2.Song

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6 responses to "The Groove is in the House - 2.Song"

Mikiko posted on Feb 11, 2013 - 22:18 PM

Well, take how much you are going to accelerate your debt with and split it in half. Take one half and split into 2 other pmyeants, put one in a rainy day fund and one in the emergency fund.Emergency fund being if one looses a job, rainy day fund is if your water heater explodes.Take the other half and accelerate the credit card debt. Stack the pmyeants as you pay them off to make the snow ball effect appear and continue that onto the car note.That way you get the debt paid off AND the funds you need incase something happens.For the funds though, make sure where ever you put them, they get more interest than inflation at the very least, otherwise you are loosing money.

Mikiko posted on Feb 11, 2013 - 22:18 PM

Well, take how much you are going to accelerate your debt with and split it in half. Take one half and split into 2 other pmyeants, put one in a rainy day fund and one in the emergency fund.Emergency fund being if one looses a job, rainy day fund is if your water heater explodes.Take the other half and accelerate the credit card debt. Stack the pmyeants as you pay them off to make the snow ball effect appear and continue that onto the car note.That way you get the debt paid off AND the funds you need incase something happens.For the funds though, make sure where ever you put them, they get more interest than inflation at the very least, otherwise you are loosing money.

Mikiko posted on Feb 11, 2013 - 22:18 PM

Well, take how much you are going to accelerate your debt with and split it in half. Take one half and split into 2 other pmyeants, put one in a rainy day fund and one in the emergency fund.Emergency fund being if one looses a job, rainy day fund is if your water heater explodes.Take the other half and accelerate the credit card debt. Stack the pmyeants as you pay them off to make the snow ball effect appear and continue that onto the car note.That way you get the debt paid off AND the funds you need incase something happens.For the funds though, make sure where ever you put them, they get more interest than inflation at the very least, otherwise you are loosing money.

Kusum posted on Feb 14, 2013 - 11:18 AM

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Kusum posted on Feb 14, 2013 - 11:18 AM

you cannot have just one visa to visit every where in the world. Whether you need a visa for any pltricuaar country depends upon your nationality those countries that do require a visa for you will expect you to apply personnally through one of their embassies (and pay quite a lot for some countries) you can apply through any embassy of the country you wish to visit so that you have the visa when you try to cross their border. the type of visa required would depend a lot on what you intended to do in the country like just travel or work or be a student.

Kusum posted on Feb 14, 2013 - 11:18 AM

you cannot have just one visa to visit every where in the world. Whether you need a visa for any pltricuaar country depends upon your nationality those countries that do require a visa for you will expect you to apply personnally through one of their embassies (and pay quite a lot for some countries) you can apply through any embassy of the country you wish to visit so that you have the visa when you try to cross their border. the type of visa required would depend a lot on what you intended to do in the country like just travel or work or be a student.

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