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Pigpen's DFW diary..

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  • millionaire_in_training
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    Hi pigpen well done for getting > £20k. You are doing amazingly well. Keep up the good work.
    5 Year plan. April 2020 to June 2025- CC and mortgage free by time I'm 60
    Currently CC £23,674.36 /£14,895.41/£14315.42
    Mortgage £28,214.65/ £26,254.71/ £25,746.43
    By end 2020 I want CC at £ 19,000.00.
    By end 2021 I want CC at £10,000.00
  • kiwi88_2
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    :money: :T :T :T Yaaaaay for Pigpen you go for it girl congrats for busting the 20k mark inspirational :T :T :T :money:
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  • pigpen
    pigpen Posts: 41,088 Forumite
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    Thank you all!!!

    I am just so pleased I can see a difference now.. that was my 'big' milestone.. my next milestone is £15,000... Hopefully I'll get there by the summer!

    I've transferred all my 'free' money through to my bank account and will be using it to pay a bill early next week I hope!

    Off to pub for a celebratory drink or 2 now.. I am cheap, I'll have 2 drinks and a packet of crisps!!!
    LB moment 10/06 Debt Free date 6/6/14
    Hope to be debt free until the day I die
    Mortgage-free Wannabee (05/08/30)
    6/6/14 £72,454.65 (5.65% int.)
    08/12/2023 £33602.00 (4.81% int.)
  • Tustastic
    Tustastic Posts: 2,096 Forumite
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    That's fantastic Pigpen, well done on the debt reduction and hope you enjoy your celebration drinks!:T
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  • pigpen
    pigpen Posts: 41,088 Forumite
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    very enjoyed thank you..
    LB moment 10/06 Debt Free date 6/6/14
    Hope to be debt free until the day I die
    Mortgage-free Wannabee (05/08/30)
    6/6/14 £72,454.65 (5.65% int.)
    08/12/2023 £33602.00 (4.81% int.)
  • bebee_2
    bebee_2 Posts: 348 Forumite
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    CONGRATULATIONS You deserve it :T
    £2 Pig has £86 in his Tummy. I am seriuosly Become a O/S Saver
  • bigspender2
    bigspender2 Posts: 63 Forumite
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    Well done Pigpen!!! can i ask you about the quidco thing, do u just have to click on the Kelkoo website , through quidco for the 10p?

    Thanks

    Keep up the hard work!
  • pigpen
    pigpen Posts: 41,088 Forumite
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    Well done Pigpen!!! can i ask you about the quidco thing, do u just have to click on the Kelkoo website , through quidco for the 10p?

    Thanks

    Keep up the hard work!

    Thank you.

    Kelkoo you have to click through to the website, do a search and click on one of the links that comes up.. voila.. 10p. Takes me about a minute a day.
    LB moment 10/06 Debt Free date 6/6/14
    Hope to be debt free until the day I die
    Mortgage-free Wannabee (05/08/30)
    6/6/14 £72,454.65 (5.65% int.)
    08/12/2023 £33602.00 (4.81% int.)
  • pigpen
    pigpen Posts: 41,088 Forumite
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    Blingda (the DFW/mortgage pig) contains £75 this month (I put the odd change back (£1.44)) I also have a couple of ebay cheques which I am putting in the account with my change so I'll just round it up to £100.. I also have £22 quidco, £35 greasypalm, £6 topcashback, £65 paypal and £6 mrscashback all being paid into that account as well. as it is money I would otherwise not even have it will all be paid off a bill.. £115 on the mortgage, I am only allowed to overpay £119 a month and I've already paid £3. I will pay the rest off a credit card debt.

    That is around £230 just this MONTH!!! excellent!! The extra £115 that won't be paid off the mortgage will cover monthly paymnts on a few things!

    I have another £20 in ebay bids up to now, which should cover the listing fees for the huge heap I have listed.

    Plus £95 on pigsback I am saving for christmas!
    LB moment 10/06 Debt Free date 6/6/14
    Hope to be debt free until the day I die
    Mortgage-free Wannabee (05/08/30)
    6/6/14 £72,454.65 (5.65% int.)
    08/12/2023 £33602.00 (4.81% int.)
  • scaredy_cat_2
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    Pigpen - that is all amazing free money from the different pigsback type sites
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