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    Quote Originally Posted by JTH View Post
    Feel free to drop by anytime. The great thing about CNBC, is the smart ones (the ones I like) admit the don't have a clue what this market will do next. My own opinion is that we won't see 1100 untill next year.

    I agree with 350Z in that this is just the first year. I've read that a lot of ARM's are still left to reset in 2009 and 2010. I just don't see much upside trend until mid to late 2010, except for the occasional bear rally.

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    Good morning friends

    My TSP loan went through, so my account balance has been cut in half. The process was easy and it took less then 3 weeks.

    I didn't get the full amount I had applied for because of the loss my account took this month. But the good news is they didn't make me redo the application, they just gave me less money.

    Now I'll use the money to pay off 2 1/2 of my 3 credit cards. After my tax return, I'll have the last card paid off and can work on paying off the TSP loan quicker.

    I look foward to being dept free again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTH View Post
    Good morning friends

    My TSP loan went through, so my account balance has been cut in half. The process was easy and it took less then 3 weeks.

    I didn't get the full amount I had applied for because of the loss my account took this month. But the good news is they didn't make me redo the application, they just gave me less money.

    Now I'll use the money to pay off 2 1/2 of my 3 credit cards. After my tax return, I'll have the last card paid off and can work on paying off the TSP loan quicker.

    I look foward to being dept free again...
    Congrats on getting a handle on your debt, debt free is the only way to fly.

    CB
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    Hi everyone, I hope all of you are doing well.

    Now that my TSP loan whet through, it’s kind of depressing to see my account balance, especially since they took the money out right after we took the big dives. I see that my recent absence hasn’t changed the overall tone of this market. I’ve pulled it all back to G. I haven’t had the desire to watch this market closely, so I may stay out for a while, until I know what I’m looking for.

    Good luck everyone!!!

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    Welcome back stranger and congrat's on the Debt free endevor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTH View Post
    Good morning friends

    My TSP loan went through, so my account balance has been cut in half. The process was easy and it took less then 3 weeks.

    I didn't get the full amount I had applied for because of the loss my account took this month. But the good news is they didn't make me redo the application, they just gave me less money.

    Now I'll use the money to pay off 2 1/2 of my 3 credit cards. After my tax return, I'll have the last card paid off and can work on paying off the TSP loan quicker.

    I look foward to being dept free again...
    Congrats. Just be sure to cut up your cards so you don't use them again and get back in that rut.(Made that mistake once--when I was young and dumb) No need to close the accounts, and when they re-issue new cards just don't activate them.


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    Paying off debt is like having a weight lifted off your shoulders! Also like cleaning out the closet or garage and donating and recycling stuff. There's more room and order and the mind to clearer! Good going...the companies just love to suck us in!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wv-girl View Post
    Congrats. Just be sure to cut up your cards so you don't use them again and get back in that rut.(Made that mistake once--when I was young and dumb) No need to close the accounts, and when they re-issue new cards just don't activate them.
    Thanks, I'm kinda proud of myself, I haven't used any credit cards in over threee months! I haven't cut up my cards, but I do keep them secured at work, to help remove the temptation.

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    I just wonder if Congress or someone will cause home loans to not reset....stay at their current interest rate. I wouldn't doubt it as anything seems to go now. GM and Chrysler are getting some help already I heard....I guess making gas guzzlers is o.k. I don't see Toyota or Honda having the same problems. It's like if a debt is to big to collect...it gets political and they won't go after it; but if it's small we must get the money back! It always seemed the case where I used to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTH View Post
    Thanks, I'm kinda proud of myself, I haven't used any credit cards in over threee months! I haven't cut up my cards, but I do keep them secured at work, to help remove the temptation.
    That's great. Maybe when you are ready to finally get rid of them, you can blow them up---like on Dave Ramsey's show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mick504 View Post
    I just wonder if Congress or someone will cause home loans to not reset....stay at their current interest rate. I wouldn't doubt it as anything seems to go now. GM and Chrysler are getting some help already I heard....I guess making gas guzzlers is o.k. I don't see Toyota or Honda having the same problems. It's like if a debt is to big to collect...it gets political and they won't go after it; but if it's small we must get the money back! It always seemed the case where I used to work.
    Congress cannot tell the banks what to do since they are private. Why do you think some banks like PNC used the money they were allowed to borrow to buy National City? That is what our Bailout $ is going for, not to help the little guy. They just want to make $ off of the taxpayer and we don't even get kissed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wv-girl View Post
    Congress cannot tell the banks what to do since they are private. Why do you think some banks like PNC used the money they were allowed to borrow to buy National City? That is what our Bailout $ is going for, not to help the little guy. They just want to make $ off of the taxpayer and we don't even get kissed.
    Taxpayer are always going to get bent on this bailout.......assume the position for the next 10 to 25 years.

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