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mortgage and primary

March 15th, 2016 at 03:07 pm

The extra mortgage payment hit today, so I'm down to $9,422.72. Yay.

The regular mortgage payment will be made next Friday, and should bring that down to about $8,400.

I hope to work on and finish the taxes this week. If we get a refund, we will be putting that toward the balance as well. (Estimating $3500, which would equal $4,900 left!)

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I live in Ohio, so I'm off to vote now. It's my first time in a primary. It's kind of exciting in a weird way.

3 Responses to “mortgage and primary”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Nice work on that mortgage. I'd sure be motivated to get that refund. Thanks for voting!!

  2. ceejay74 Says:

    I've caucused and voted in primaries (we have both her in MN, one for presidential and the other for local elections), but this year I took an extra step and introduced some resolutions at the caucus! It was scary but they all got passed, so that was nice. But I think primaries are better because they give more time for people to vote; even if employers are required to give time off, it can be hard for people to come at a specific time.

  3. ThriftoRama Says:

    I know nothing about how that whole caucus thing works! I guess I'll never have to know living here!

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