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2013 mfw

edited 14 December 2013 at 8:11AM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • elantanelantan Forumite
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    i know it has probably been said ( but i cant seem to see it) are we starting this on january 1st? i imagine so as it makes it 2013 but just wanted to check
    march 2011-july2019 8 years and 4 months ... or 100 months and counting
    "what would you do if you knew you couldn't fail.... enjoy the adventure" " to my own self be true"
  • VoucherManVoucherMan Forumite
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    uzubairu I've added the link for you.

    kirstypark Your total has been amended.


    Welcome to a couple of new starters

    37. endoftherainbow

    38. OS QS

    and also to Spiggle who's now joined officially joined us.

    elantan wrote: »
    are we starting this on january 1st? i imagine so
    I never did find the rule book when I took on the updating. :D

    I'd also imagine most will start on 1st of Jan as previous ops would go on the 2012 sheet. But at the end of the day it's here to help & encourage everyone with their overpayments so if you want to add a December payment to January's total then I see no problem.
  • edited 11 December 2012 at 7:04PM
    SpiggleSpiggle Forumite
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    edited 11 December 2012 at 7:04PM
    Hi elantan and VoucherMan,

    I would suggest (it's not a rule!!!) anyone such as yourselves that are signed up to the MFW2012 challenge submits December OPs over on that thread. If not on that challenge then there's no reason to not include whatever you wish as an OP in January.

    We definitely started from 1st January 2012, by the way.

    Hope that helps,
    Spigs
    Mortgage Free October 2013 :T
  • elantanelantan Forumite
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    Thanks spiggs, I was a member of the 2012 thread but had to stop due to changes, will try though and add another payment to that so that I am closer towering my target than previous :)

    Makes much more sense ;)
    march 2011-july2019 8 years and 4 months ... or 100 months and counting
    "what would you do if you knew you couldn't fail.... enjoy the adventure" " to my own self be true"
  • Hi there

    Please could I join the 2013 challenge?

    I'm gonna say £4,000 but to save up in the Offset mortgage account rather than pay it off the mortgage, if you see what I mean.

    Many thanks

    Happy Ju :)
  • JCLJCL Forumite
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    Debt-free and Proud!
    I would like to join the 2013 challenge please.

    Plan to overpay £10,000 on mortage of £132,000.

    Thanks! :)
    MFW 2015 #41 = £20,515/£20,515
    MFW 2014 #41 = £26,100/£25,000
    MFW 2013 #41 = £10,000/£10,000
    Original MF date = May 2036 - MF achieved on 15 June 2015
  • cats2012cats2012 Forumite
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    I'd like to join please! We only got our mortgage this year though and don't earn a huge amount so I'm going to set my target at £2000 - so impressed by some of the massive targets people have :)
    Officially Mrs B as of March 2013
    TTC since Apr 2015, baby B born March 2017
  • Hi :)

    I would like to join up, but just to check I've got it right:

    I use the link at the top of the first post to update once a month, or just every time I make an OP?

    I would like to join as number 75 with a target of £1200 for 2013 please!
  • slowlyfadingslowlyfading Forumite
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    :hello: can I join?

    We've not actually moved yet, but once we have, our target for 2013 overpayments will be £7,000 :)
    Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.
    Personal Finance Blogger / In pursuit of FIRE :)
  • bownyboybownyboy Forumite
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    Please add me. Target is £12,500 for the year.

    Thanks
    early retirement wannabe
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