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It's cost an arm and leg.

April 24th, 2009 at 11:25 am

$675 that including the towing fee and the oil change. I guess I have to start building back up my EF.

My car broke down this morning.

April 23rd, 2009 at 02:49 pm

yea after dropping my dd off to the sitter buy car just went dead. I got the sitter son to jump it and it took me a few extra miles and I broke down again. So I just went ahead a dcalled a tow truck company. Which cost me $60 dollars and I didn't have cash on me and I had to transfer funds. They think its the alternator. Not sure how much that going to cost me. Well I'll be updating Thank GOD for the EM since I don't get paid until next week. You have to love the unexpected.

My Fico Score :(

April 12th, 2009 at 12:27 pm

I just order my credit report and fico score to see where I am at. I disappointed in my score which is 653. I could have swarn that this is the same one from last year but i don't remember. I have been busting my butt to pay off my debt and not to have any late payments but I still have a low fico score. Now I see why DR rants and raves about the fico score. I'm not really sure how to improve it after I'm debt free? and not using credit anymore. I will have to bring it up to get a good rate when i go to purchase my first home. What is a lady to do?

Putting my internet service on Hibernation.

April 11th, 2009 at 03:44 pm

Well since my PC died on me and I have decided not to buy another for 6 months to a year. I will have to put my account on hibernate that will save me $35 a month in bill money.

First time Homebuyer.

April 5th, 2009 at 01:01 am

I have a few more steps before I will be buying a house but it's never to early to start research. I went to my first first time homebuyer seminar and I really enjoyed it. I hoping to start saving for my house by the end of this year and hopefully I will be moving into my new home in two years. They say you can save as little as 3.5 % but I'm aiming for 20%. This is a very exciting step for me and I pray all works out well.