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03-31-2008, 10:07 PM #1
March Debt Reduction Challenge Totals...
Alright guys how did we do? I pretty much tanked. Only $25 extra to the Visa but I did pay $400 extra to the dentist. Hopefully April will be better! I will post another thread about April. Hope everyone did fantastic!
- 03-31-2008, 11:25 PM #2
I did $175 extra on the credit card
I did $80 extra on the car
I saved $35 using coupons
I stayed in my grocery, gas,pet, and allowance cash budgets.
I stayed in my monthly budget.
I paid a medical bill off a month early.
I went 16 days on a little over 1/4th of a tank of gas.The math never lies, budget in INK!
Step #1 Pay off Home Depot Card PAID
Step #2 $120 Secondary Savings PAID
Step #3 Snowball Home Depot Payment into camper note Starting March $4,645.26/$3991.55
Step #4 $110 Secondary Savings [COLOR="#00FF00"] PAID
Step #3B Hitting dds Student Loan #1 hard Starting April $2119.69/$1385.03
Step #5 $121 Secondary Savings
Step #5B Student Loan #2 $4196.45/$4136.89 Starting May
Step #6 $110 Secondary Savings
Step #7 $105 Secondary Savings
Step #8 $90 Secondary Savings
EF Savings $318.29
Madness, mayhem chaos...my work here is done!
04-01-2008, 12:39 AM #3
04-01-2008, 04:55 AM #4
I meet my goal. Total of 140.00 paid to debt, 70.00 each to mortgage and auto loan.
04-01-2008, 11:37 AM #5
- Rep Power
I did over 500 bucks on the credit cards!!! (the tax refund helped on that!)
04-01-2008, 12:35 PM #6
I was supposed to pay $250 extra on the car loan this last check, but even the best laid plans go awry. Last week, I had to take my dog to the vet, leaving me $115 poorer. This week, DH had a medical issue come up that might require further tests. So, I'm holding off on paying anything extra until DH gets back from the doctor. (I'm not tapping into the EF just yet...at DH's request.) On the bright side, I'm planning on paying off the medical bills instead of charging them on a credit card.
How much we enjoy what we have is more important than how much we have. Life is full of people who have more than they know what to do with, but cannot be content. It is the capacity to enjoy life that brings contentment.---Unknown
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