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mamabby 10-02-2012 11:08 PM

Snowball calculator & update
Found this online and wanted to share. It's a free snowball calculator that you can enter all your info in and it will tell you how long it will take to pay your snowball and how much interest you will pay. You can also save it, and update it as you go.

I posted a while ago about my hubby working m-f and myself working weekends, and wanting more family time. We decided that I will keep working every weekend until our cars are paid off, at which point I will start working every other weekend. Finding this board and learning about Dave Ramsey has helped me so much! Thanks ladies! :lostit:

eLiz21730 10-03-2012 06:36 AM

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Great tool!

krispy79 10-03-2012 06:43 AM

Its is a nice one, I think that was the one that wow'd me into gazelle mode. Microsoft excel also has a snowball spreadsheet, you can search the online collection.

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MyKzooFamily 10-03-2012 04:03 PM

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I love Dave Ramsey's steps, and debt snowball calculators. They make debt payoffs a REALITY! :)

MyKzooFamily 10-03-2012 04:09 PM

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This is one that is easy, that I highly recommend. Just click "Download Directly from Vertex42"

lensesforeyes 10-03-2012 06:03 PM

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Wow, I just used it, and it says we'll be out of debt as of next July! That is also not including any "extra" we are able to dump on debt, such as tax return money. I'm also selling at a consignment sale the end of the month (just made $513 at one this past weekend, but I also sold a good amount of my stuff, so making that much again will be hard), so that will be a little extra. Hoping to also come up with a little here and there from cutting corners when possible, so who knows, maybe we could get it down to May! (It says we'd only be paying $56 in July, so I am positive we'll be able to come up with that much extra, I guess my goal now is to shave off June, too ;) )

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