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Pay ALL your debt off by Xmas 2019

edited 15 January 2019 at 5:07PM in Debt-free Wannabe Challenges
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  • Determined_divaDetermined_diva Forumite
    661 posts
    Seventh Anniversary 500 Posts Combo Breaker
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    Just made my final debt payment for 2019. So totals for the year are #92

    totally paid off: £7,955.84 / £18,500.

    Will be back next year to continue the debt busting - please can I keep my same number?

    Thanks in advance

    DDx
    Started again 25th December 2017
    Current tracking - £7,955.84/ £18,282.25 to pay off. (31.12.19)
  • Purplemumof2Purplemumof2 Forumite
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    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts I've been Money Tipped!
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    Afternoon,

    Payments made for December.

    #041 £5267.99/5604.30

    Off to start on 2020 now!


    Thanks muppets


    Pmo2
    xx
    Official DFW Nerd Club - Member no. 791 - Proud to be dealing with my debts
    BC: £7070.00 :mad: Lloyds: £7850.00 :mad: MBNA: GONE :)
    Feb LTW 2/20
    PAYDBX 2020 #041 PD £298.03/£8000
    Xmas Pot £52.85/£500 ~ EF £280/£500
    20p Savers 2020 :) £2 Savers 2020 :) 50p Savers 2020 :) SPC 13 2020 #003
  • Snoopy14Snoopy14 Forumite
    22 posts
    10 Posts First Anniversary
    Hi,

    Number 152, please can I keep this number for 2020?
    Can't find the 2020 thread so will post here for the moment.

    Would like to clear £5625 by Xmas 2020.

    Many thanks,
    Snoopy14
  • xslytherinxxslytherinx Forumite
    18 posts
    Sixth Anniversary
    Made my final payment to complete the challenge just before Xmas (sorry forgot to update!)

    £8000 / £8000 _party_

    Just over £3200 left to pay until my credit cards are cleared so I will be joining the 2020 challenge too :D

    Happy New Year!
    Original CC Debt= £15256.29 **LBM - September 2018** **Debt Free - March 2020** :smiley:
    £1000 Emergency Fund - Achieved January 2020
    Emergency Fund Target 2 - £1200/£7500 (16%)
  • SilverspeedSilverspeed Forumite
    12 posts
    10 Posts First Anniversary
    MoneySaving Newbie
    Good evening,

    I just wanted to mention, last year I read many posts here about your debts and how you deal with it.
    I wasn't brave enough to say: I want to join one of these challenges. But I decided, I will pay off my all debt as soon as I can. Many of you here and other topics inspired me and gave me the energy to actually work on it.

    Just before Christmas, I sent my last payment for my student loan(Non-Uk student loan) and I built a nice cushion for an emergency too.

    I would like to say:
    Thank you all, for your comments and I wish a successful 2020 :)
    Save £12k in 2020 challenge - #120
  • muppetsmuppets Forumite
    1.4K posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Debt-free and Proud!
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    Nicnak wrote: »
    #071 has paid of 10k of 10k 100% whoop whoop!!
    CONGRATS :j:j
    Mummy_bear wrote: »


    update
    #159


    £892.49 paid off

    £12114.77/ £12,000 100.96% paid



    Despite reseverations I did it. Target surpassed :T:T:T:j:j:j
    CONGRATS :j:j

    Just made my final debt payment for 2019. So totals for the year are #29 £16,945.60 / £15,000. Will be back next year to continue the debt busting :).
    CONGRATS :j:j
    PAYDBX 2019 - #01 Pd £4,489.82 / £15,000 - 75.97% 🎉
    SPC12 #59 MFiT-T5 #36
    3-6 mth EF #5
    €2,445 / 11,100
    Mortgage - PD 100,861.55/ 271,495.07 37.15%[ MF was Aug 2038 now Sept 2035 😲
  • muppetsmuppets Forumite
    1.4K posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Debt-free and Proud!
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    Made my final payment to complete the challenge just before Xmas (sorry forgot to update!)

    £8000 / £8000 _party_

    Just over £3200 left to pay until my credit cards are cleared so I will be joining the 2020 challenge too :D

    Happy New Year!
    CONGRATS:beer::beer:
    Good evening,

    I just wanted to mention, last year I read many posts here about your debts and how you deal with it.
    I wasn't brave enough to say: I want to join one of these challenges. But I decided, I will pay off my all debt as soon as I can. Many of you here and other topics inspired me and gave me the energy to actually work on it.

    Just before Christmas, I sent my last payment for my student loan(Non-Uk student loan) and I built a nice cushion for an emergency too.

    I would like to say:
    Thank you all, for your comments and I wish a successful 2020 :)

    CONGRATS:beer::beer:
    PAYDBX 2019 - #01 Pd £4,489.82 / £15,000 - 75.97% 🎉
    SPC12 #59 MFiT-T5 #36
    3-6 mth EF #5
    €2,445 / 11,100
    Mortgage - PD 100,861.55/ 271,495.07 37.15%[ MF was Aug 2038 now Sept 2035 😲
  • muppetsmuppets Forumite
    1.4K posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Debt-free and Proud!
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    December update

    We paid off £19,695.11 :j
    Which is a total of £445,628,54 to date :j
    which is 29.61% of our target:beer:
    We have 212 members joining us this year :j:j

    We have 21 members who are either Debt FREE or SMASHED Their targets this year
    PAYDBX 2019 - #01 Pd £4,489.82 / £15,000 - 75.97% 🎉
    SPC12 #59 MFiT-T5 #36
    3-6 mth EF #5
    €2,445 / 11,100
    Mortgage - PD 100,861.55/ 271,495.07 37.15%[ MF was Aug 2038 now Sept 2035 😲
  • muppetsmuppets Forumite
    1.4K posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Debt-free and Proud!
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    Congrats to all who met their 2019 targets :j:j



    To those that didn't meet their targets, but still made some progress,

    congrats to you all too :T:T
    PAYDBX 2019 - #01 Pd £4,489.82 / £15,000 - 75.97% 🎉
    SPC12 #59 MFiT-T5 #36
    3-6 mth EF #5
    €2,445 / 11,100
    Mortgage - PD 100,861.55/ 271,495.07 37.15%[ MF was Aug 2038 now Sept 2035 😲
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