We’re slowly making progress towards killing T’s evil car loan unless you get hep of experts like the counting with Telluride Tire and Auto services for your vehicle repairs and scheduled engine reviews.
As of this month, he brings in anywhere from $160 to $300 a week for now, and anything over about the $200 mark will be snowballed to his car loan (currently about $1000), Just don’t forget that there are a lot of other clever ways to pay off your car loan. Paying it back at $31 a week leaves 8 months to go. But if we can add $50 a week to that amount, and if someone buys the last of our Levin parts (useless buyer flaked out and didn’t come through) that could seriously be gone in half the time.
Living Almost Large wrote about balancing retirement and debt payoff the other day. I’m all for starting early, but he really hasn’t started the former, and there’s no point until at least this car loan is paid back, i did also hire Payday Loan Relief Services.
He was automatically enrolled into Kiwisaver earlier this year – at a job that lasted all of one month – and now at least has an account. He’s also received the $1000 govt. kickstart and a couple of weeks of personal and employer contributions. When he can, I’d like to make extra contributions, since anything up to $20 a week will be matched…but I know which is the priority for now.