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2017 mfw

edited 2 December 2017 at 2:54PM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • Poppycat1Poppycat1 Forumite
    176 posts
    Part of the Furniture 100 Posts Combo Breaker
    Hi Hiddenshadow


    Thank you for running the challenge. Could you please allocate me a number and set my target at £15,000?
    MFIT-5 #25 - Aim to get mortgage to £70,000 (or have savings to get to this amount) currently £98,500.
  • Could I have number 82 again and a target of £1000, thank you :)
    MFW 2014 #82 £2000 / £2000 MFW 2015 #82 £1200 / £1000
    MFW 2016 #82 £1200 / £1000 MFW 2017 #82 £2350 / £2000
  • Thanks for starting a thread for 2017. In previous years I have been no.128 and would like to keep this if possible.

    I'm going to aim for o/p of £6000 as have a few big expenses coming up.

    See you all in 2017 :j:j:j
  • wantabetterlifewantabetterlife Forumite
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    Can I join please. My target for the year is £3500. Thanks
    Mortgage [strike]£177,750[/strike]£151,957
    Overpayments 2016 £2053.58 2017 £3417.70 2018 £5180.78 #26 2019 £2435.35
    Daily interest £19.91:eek: £15.28 :eek:£9.08
    BUY TO LET MORTGAGE [STRIKE]£111408 [/STRIKE][STRIKE]£109975[/STRIKE] £94,779
    14.9 % paid
  • purplevamppurplevamp Forumite
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    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
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    Can I join again please? My target will be lower at only £3,000 this time. Had real trouble getting to this years target. Any number on the list for me is fine. Good luck everyone for next year :beer::j
    Mortgage: Was: £154,495 Oct 2039
    Now: £115,080.19 Dec 2037
    Swagbucks ~ £225 (2019 ~ £370)
    Surveys ~ £198.01 (2019 ~ £284.69)
    PTC, etc ~ $89.00 ~ (2019 ~ $189.25)

    “I Love You" "I Know"
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  • edited 13 December 2016 at 8:24AM
    User1489User1489 Forumite
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    edited 13 December 2016 at 8:24AM
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    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
  • jodles16jodles16 Forumite
    1.5K posts
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    Hi HS, thank you for taking over! I am happy to be whatever number, my target this year is £4524!

    Many thanks!!

    Jodles :D
    MFW2020 #115 250/3000 J-250
    1% challenge- /1525
    Save 1k in 2020- /3000

    Joining in UberFrugalMonthChallenge set up by the Frugalwoods!
  • edited 13 December 2016 at 7:45AM
    freshcottonfreshcotton Forumite
    223 posts
    edited 13 December 2016 at 7:45AM
    Hi, Could I join please.

    Target is £30,000

    Thanks
    Mortgage Start - August 2013 £145,000 ************ Balance at April 2017 - £59,000

    Target - Overpay by £2,500 each month ************** Mortgage free by December 2018!
  • Hi HS,
    Thank you for picking up the thread. Please can I join? My target is £10,000 for 2017.
    Thank you :)
    NM xx
    - Mortgage 1 started Oct 2016 [STRIKE]£120,000[/STRIKE] £99,600
    - Mortgage 2 started Feb 2019 [STRIKE]£30,000[/STRIKE] £27,800
    - Student loan started 2009 [STRIKE]£16,413[/STRIKE] £7,500
    + New house fund £40,095/£40,000
    + Emergency savings £5,170/£5,000
    + S&S ISA £600
  • I'll join in for 2017.

    target £8,200

    Mortgage free - 01/05/2019, mortgage high £200k 2011
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