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Pay ALL your debt off by Xmas 2018

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Debt-free Wannabe Challenges
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  • Forgot to log my payment of £148 off the virgin card earlier this month, waiting to see where we are at the end of the month then hopefully another payment headed that way as well. Need to get this paid off sooner then originally calculated as having some issues with the car and some concerns it may need replacing sooner then the 2 years originally planned. :(

    #118 £4712/£10014
  • Calling14Calling14 Forumite
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    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Photogenic
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    Morning, feeling in a better mood than I started the day.:)

    £56 towards cc's today

    #16 £1444/£5552 26% paid off:T
    LBM 13039 1.1.13 Now Jan 2020 [COLOR=Blue£2270/£2600

    [/COLOR][/COLOR]PAYDBX 2020 #16 £2270/£2600 EFund #9 £60/£1,000
    Mortgage free Oct 2019:)


  • Hi all -


    #27 checking in - paid another £199.99 (which pays off the store card!)


    Total paid £249.99/£2268
    Pay All your debt by end of 2018. #27 - £1489.99/£2268
  • No. 22 checking in with another payment to MBNA - £54

    Now £257/£5000
    Total debts £21050! :eek: now £17461.86 . 1% challenge £218/£4000 (5%) Total extra income made in 2018 £3580.79 2019 £367.20 frugal budget 2019 £82.96/£600 Aiming for debt free at 40 - only 20 months to go! :eek: :A
  • sunshine81sunshine81 Forumite
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    checking in:

    #145 £5996.48 / £19261 (31.13%)
  • elleJay42elleJay42 Forumite
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    Fifth Anniversary 100 Posts Name Dropper
    Hello, as is always the way, I start out with great intentions and then something happens every year to stop me fully committing my money to debt repayments :(

    My fiance hasn't been able to find a job yet so I'll be paying all the bills at the end of this month, I'll still put everything I can to the CC but it'll be greatly reduced until he can get back into work

    £30 this week is all I can spare:

    #91 £746.70 / £3500 (21.33%)
    Total debt at LBM = £4861.03

    DFBXmas2018 #91 - £3342 / £3500 (95.4%)

    HTB ISA - £0 withdrawn for house purchase! :D
    Wedding Fund £2550 / £5000
  • No 75 paid off another £1217 so total now is 2,236/10,000
  • MeganoMegano Forumite
    324 posts
    036) Payment of £4.36
    Virgin Money £0/£1445
    TSB £0/£659.53
    BOM £0/£1480
    Tesco £8.36/£4647.26
    Total £8.36/£8231.79 0.101%
  • £160 paid off today.
    total of £2456 paid off /£ 6657
    Not sure what the percentage is?

    It is so encouraging to see everyone doing so well and making positive steps to be Debt free. x
    I am now debt free:T - 20/03/18. Whatever your situation - just.keep.going!
    [STRIKE][/STRIKE][STRIKE][/STRIKE]EF £1000/£1000 goal
    [STRIKE][/STRIKE][STRIKE][/STRIKE]CHILDCARE Savings goal £600/£600
    EF 3 month goal £2,000/£3,500
    HOUSE DEPOSIT £0/£20,000
  • Paid another £10 off my overdraft today so:

    No 22 checking in with £267/£5000
    Total debts £21050! :eek: now £17461.86 . 1% challenge £218/£4000 (5%) Total extra income made in 2018 £3580.79 2019 £367.20 frugal budget 2019 £82.96/£600 Aiming for debt free at 40 - only 20 months to go! :eek: :A
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