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3 - 6 month Emergency Fund Challenge (part 2)

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Debt-free Wannabe Challenges
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  • Tortoiseshell20Tortoiseshell20 Forumite
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    #46 £599 to go!
    #46 3 to 6 month Emergency Fund Challenge: £585 to go
  • BetharooniBetharooni Forumite
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    #39 reporting in with £500/£5,000 saved, so now at 10% of target. 

    B x
    Save £15K in 2020 #6 £ £11,949.43/£15,000
    Make £2020 in 2020 #11 £1,178.10/£2,020
    Saving for House Deposit £4,191.09/£40,000
    £1000 Emergency Fund Challenge #300 £700/£1,000
  • jennystarpepperjennystarpepper Forumite
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    £10 please.
    Thanks Dobbibill
  • jennystarpepperjennystarpepper Forumite
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    Another £10 added today.
    Thanks
  • edited 6 September at 9:53PM
    A_Random_ManA_Random_Man Forumite
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    edited 6 September at 9:53PM
    Quick update EF now at £191.58 had a couple of small eBay sales and a couple of cash outs on Quidco, still paying down my loan so until this has gone only able to contribute small amounts, however this is a long term goal so I am aware it will take some time

    EF - £199.71
    Matched Betting £8292.62|eBay £356.40|Quidco £145.55|Surveys £212.56|Interest & Cashback £519.37
    Debt Remaining: £5820.27 - Debt Free Date: 20/07/2024 (45 Months)
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  • jennystarpepperjennystarpepper Forumite
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    10 Posts
    £10 added today.  
    Thanks Dobbibill. 
  • jennystarpepperjennystarpepper Forumite
    19 posts
    10 Posts
    £220 added today.

    Thanks Dobbibill.
  • edited 30 September at 3:27PM
    ponypalponypal Forumite
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    Third Anniversary 100 Posts Photogenic Debt-free and Proud!
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    edited 30 September at 3:27PM
    I'm #11 and have made some withdrawals and added some money, currently have £1250, recently switched to NS&I instant access. Goal is to get to £1500 by end of the year :)
    Debt Free since December 2017
    #11 3-6 month Emergency Fund - £1000.00/£3,000.00
  • BetharooniBetharooni Forumite
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    #39 reporting in with EF of £700/£5,000. Will hit £1K by the end of the year. 
    Save £15K in 2020 #6 £ £11,949.43/£15,000
    Make £2020 in 2020 #11 £1,178.10/£2,020
    Saving for House Deposit £4,191.09/£40,000
    £1000 Emergency Fund Challenge #300 £700/£1,000
  • triple_choc_chiptriple_choc_chip Forumite
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    This emergency fund was raided to help my son upgrade his car so I’m now back to:
    #34 £1700/£6000 
    No matter, I’ll keep adding each month and will get there eventually. 💷

    Debt Free 🍾 since 6.8.13
    Saving for 🎄Xmas ☃️ 🎁 2020 £1/day #3 £488/£366 133%
    🆘 ☔️ Rainy day fund £1k + #34 3-6 mth emergency fund challenge £1.7k/£6k 28%
    It turns out the answer to my problems wasn’t at the bottom of this tub of icecream, 🍨 but the important thing is that I tried...
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