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edited 2 December 2017 at 3:54PM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • Maybe_its_becauseMaybe_its_because Forumite
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    Morning Hidden Shadow,

    Thanks for picking up the baton on next year's MFW.

    I'd like to continue participation as #10 please. I didn't make 2016's £5k target as I stopped working to look after the kids so halved our income.
    However I'm going to be brave and try for another £5k in 2017. It's a huge undertaking for which I don't have a plan but need to stay on track to meet the MFi3-4 challenge and our aspiration to be MF by 2025.

    Thank you

    MIB x
    MFW2020 #5 £908/2,000 Aim for MF-in-10 from 2015
    Sep'12 £233,750 Jan'15 £222,329 May’20 £151,203
    MFiT T4 #24 £48k/£34k
    MFiT T5 #24 £9,236/£41k
    £13,428 in 2012 Debt Free day 30th April 2014
  • hiddenshadowhiddenshadow Forumite
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    However I'm going to be brave and try for another £5k in 2017. It's a huge undertaking for which I don't have a plan but need to stay on track to meet the MFi3-4 challenge and our aspiration to be MF by 2025.

    That's the beauty of MFW, can always try and make up ground later. :) Good luck with next year's 5k challenge!
    Mortgage Free! 09/04/2019
  • edited 12 December 2016 at 12:52PM
    ajmoneyajmoney Forumite
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    edited 12 December 2016 at 12:52PM
    Please can I join the challenge? I would like to keep number 70 if possible. I am aiming to OP £5500.
    2020 MFW No. 70 £8467.62/£10000
    MFiT-T5 No. 70 £12881.33/£27506.08
  • Hi

    Me please! £2500 in 2017 and #85 again if possible.

    Thanks for running it :)

    TSG
    Mortgage [STRIKE]£126746 DEC14[/STRIKE] [STRIKE]£122423.53 DEC15[/STRIKE] [STRIKE]£115041.70 DEC16[/STRIKE] Remortgaged Sep17 to pay off HtB loan £150000 - £140500 JUL19
  • Hi hiddenshadow,


    I am currently number 148 for the MFW 2016 challenge. If possible could I have number 86 for 2017 as that is currently showing as free on this year's sheet. If not available could I just have a number lower than 148 please.


    I am expecting an expensive year going forward so could you please set my target as £3750.


    Thanks
    2019 MFW No.12
    OP Target 2019: £3600
    Monthly Total: £300
    Year To Date: £3300
  • Miss_PinkyMiss_Pinky Forumite
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    Me Me Me again please. (I was number 15 last year)

    This year I was able to pay £500 per month but my deal is changing in March and changing to me being able to overpay by 10% which in the first few years means I can pay more! But I think this year means this:

    Jan - £500
    Feb - £500
    March - Dec - 10%

    and I won't know what this 10% is till March so I can get a exact figure based on my mortgage at the end of Feb but my aim is to pay the max of 10% over the coming year.

    Miss Pinky xxx
    MFW #15
  • Hi,
    I am new to the forum.
    Could you please add me for 2017? I have a target of £20,000.

    Thanks :-)
  • KittenkirstKittenkirst Forumite
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    Hi, can I please join. My overpayment target is £2150 for 2017 :)
    Thank you!
    2020 Overpayments: £300.25 / £520 58%. £10 a week overpayment challenge!

    Mort- Oct16 £170.995 (end Nov 2041) Apr20 £141,644.76

    Overpayments 2016 £255.50 2017 £2600.40 2018 £4500 2019 £2858
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  • edited 12 December 2016 at 4:25PM
    User1489User1489 Forumite
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    edited 12 December 2016 at 4:25PM
    I'm here!


    Please may I retain my #74 and the target I need to give you early January when I know my closing balance for this year and what I am allowed to overpay (and have my indicative bonus % from work)!


    Have put a shout out for this challenge on my thread, thanks for running HiddenShadow :)


    Cheers,


    Rasputin - Man vs Mortgage
    Baby Step 1 - £1k Emergency Fund - COMPLETE
    Baby Step 2 - Pay off all debts except the Mortgage - £9,326 to go
    Baby Step 3 - Save 6 months of expenses into full Emergency Fund - £4,300 to go

    Baby Step 4 - Put 15% into Pension
    Baby Step 6 - Pay off the Mortgage early
    Baby Step 7 - Live like no-one else :D
  • atypicalblondeatypicalblonde Forumite
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    Hi Hiddenshadow, please may I join in?

    My target is to pay off £25,000 in 2017.

    Best wishes
    ATB xx
    MFW :)
    [STRIKE]Mortgage 8.2.15 - [/STRIKE][STRIKE]£171,064.64[/STRIKE] Mortgage 1.5.2018 - £99,980.45
    Aiming to be MF 1.10.2020
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