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Hope is not an Effective Financial Strategy

edited 3 March 2020 at 8:18PM in Mortgage-free wannabe
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  • Suffolk_lassSuffolk_lass Forumite
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    Who doesn't love a highlighter pen.

    In summary, over those six months, how much interest has your monthly payment reduced by? or how much interest has it saved over the projected life of your mortgage?
    Save £12k in 2023 - #50 target is £5000 with £1863.56 submitted so far OS Grocery Challenge 2023 spent 40% (39.97% but what is 90p!?) spent or £1,199.10/£3,000 annual (not incl £500 contingency) after May & first June stock up. My Debt Free Diary Get a grip Woman
  • Cheery_DaffCheery_Daff Forumite
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    Ooh, brilliant work there - and only 50 months to mortgage neutral, how lovely! Sounds like you're definitely going to be breaking the £64k mortgage balance by the end of the year.
    Food = £126.85/£220
    My spends = £50.54/£35
    Joint treats = £57.50/£80
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