MFWSouthCoastGal wrote: »
Thanks! I think I'm a bit obsessed already!
I've got a 2 year 0% credit loan on the carpets I had for my flat (it didn't come with any!) I'm not sure I've really put that in the right column, but yes I spread the cost of the carpets pay off £70 a month which will be paid off by August 2017.
Dan83 wrote: »
I noticed you spend £130 on groceries, if you shop in asda, is it worth getting an asda credit card and getting 1% cash back providing you replay the bill in full every month, it's a little saving but a saving. We also have a prepay tesco card that save's 5%, you simply top the card up and spend in store, although we never shop in tesco, the option is there.
Great thread by the way.
Maximum_Saving wrote: »
Hello. Welcome to the forum. I am very impressed with your finances and the way you are keeping up paying your credit card. It was so sensible of you to get the zero percent credit card to be able to buy the carpet. I wish you luck with your shared ownership mortgage. I slightly overpay my mortgage and began doing that two years ago.
turtlemoose wrote: »
ooh good luck on the job application, that'd be a nice increase! HAve you heard yet?
mrsp1987 wrote: »
Sounds like you've got your head screwed on Southcoast.
I think it's very wise to keep your savings. I know it's tempting to keep overpaying and seeing your progress but savings are important - things can change drastically on a dime so it's better to have a backup than to not.
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