7 Responses

  1. Lee Ann says:

    congrats on such a big accomplishment. Isn’t it nice to know that bill is not hanging over your head as your start this new chapter in your life? Don’t know if you have other debt but you can snowball these payments to whatever else you owe.

    Keep up the good work!

  2. Benjamin says:

    Dear Kayla!

    Congratulations on paying off your car! My name is Ben and I am the author/creator of the debt snowball spreadsheet you linked to in your post! I’m glad it helped you out!!

  3. robbiekay says:

    Ames, huh? Sounds like you and my father share the same alma mater.

    Congratulations on not having a car payment! Now, have you started a vehicle replacement fund? :) BTW, I think the Hyundai Sonata is one of the best looking cars out there. Though I would choose functionality and frugality over aesthetics, it’s nice when all three come together!

  4. Kayla K says:

    I was filling up one day and this guy walked by and gave my car the once over. He said, “That is a nice car for a young lady.”

    He thought it was a Jag! :)

  5. Kayla K says:

    Thanks so much! It is very encouraging to see my Pay Off date. I especially appreciate that I can enter extra payments and it will be recalculated.

  6. Elizabeth F says:

    This has been so helpful for me the past few days. It is so awesome Kayla blogged about this or I would have been taking days to figure it out. Now I know my husband and I can get out of as much debt as we want in a year without being to pushy with our budget. This will help us add a house payment to the new debt load :)!!!

  7. Jeanne says:

    Not too impressive. I would say it is very impressive especially that most people nowadays take 48 to 60 months to pay off their cars. Great job!!

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