Temporary Connectivity Issue?!

I paid off the first of my two law school loans!  Now I’m down to just the remaining one and my huge former federal loan.  This is the biggest loan paid off to date, about six years early!  I’m hoping to pay off the second law school loan in the first half of next year — sometime after bonus and tax return time.
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It’s definitely a little daunting to see how big this loan is, but after my payment goes through later this month, it  will be just under $10,000–only a little bit higher than the original amount of the first one.

Onto the title of this post.  Mint.com hasn’t been able to update these accounts so I can see the $0 since before I paid it off on the 10th.  These are the accounts I used to have to manually put in (I remember tracking these at $22,000 — it’s awesome to see that they’re around $10,000 now). I’m a little nervous that this connectivity issue isn’t going to be temporary and I’ll have to go back to manually tracking these.  Which would be really annoying, but might give me more incentive to pay them off.

It’s only mid-month, so I won’t be updating my puzzle, but this loan being paid off means the man and I put a good chunk of money towards this this month.  I thought I was going to make my payoff goal, but my numbers on Mint aren’t jiving, and I’m not sure why.  I’ll have to look into a little further, but I’m pretty happy with my progress either way.  And I’ll definitely get to throw a bunch more puzzle pieces in at the end of this month, so I’ll be happy with the progress either way.

EDIT:  Blonde Moment.  The reason why there is a big difference between my calculations and the numbers on Mint is because these two account haven’t updated to show a $2,000 payment.  Literally the thing I was writing/complaining about.  Wow.

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One thought on “Temporary Connectivity Issue?!

  1. Congratulations! Doesn’t it feel good to see that progress? Keep up the good fight.

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