Friday, February 23, 2007


The tax thing is bothering me so I went back and loked at it again. I have no clue WTF I did but now I owe everybody and they damn mother. Fvck is going on. I owe uncle sam, greedy azz NY and stinky azz NJ. The taxes are definitely not getting done till April something.

I wonder if I should pay someone to look at it, but then again I cannot pay the money I owe how am I gonna pay a tax person. Am fvcked.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

The last five payments to Sallie Mae are:
12/14/06 – 30
12/28/06 – 40
01/16/07 – 100
01/31/07 – 40
02/08/07 – 40

My weekly payment schedule is a bit off as I concentrate on paying down the credit card debt to the tune of $1,000 per month.

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Credit Card Pay Off Part II

It will take approximately $1,000 per month in order for me to be credit card debt free by December 31, 2007. I feel a lot better now knowing exactly where I stand, and what needs to be done. The month of February is slow at the part-time gig because I am taking some time off for personal reasons. Once March 1, gets here I know the income from the part-time gig will be enough to get to my goal.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

The Tax Man Bites

My w-2s, 1099's and everything under the sun have been plugged into Turbo Tax. I love this software because it is very user friendly. However, I absolutely do not like the running tally in the side bar of what your refund or non-refund is. WTH!! My number is red. When it comes to money we all know red is not a good color.

I will wait a few weeks before re-visiting my taxes again. I refuse to believe it is red, and the amount is not a small number. After my little tax hiatus I will go over the numbers with a fine tooth comb.

Wish me luck, because Uncle Sam and his bastard state child are about to jack me up if I let them.

Thursday, February 01, 2007

Credit card pay off

The total payments on one credit card with the highest balance for January was $700. Wow!! This more motivation for me to become debt free. This $700 is money that I could put to work for me in retirement, down payment on a home or saving for a fully funded emergency fund. This aggressive payment schedule is definitely an eye opener. Debt has the potential to really cripple a person and rob them of their future.

My new motto: Do whatever needs to be done to become debt free.