Pay ALL Your Debt Off By Xmas 2022!

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  • edited 29 December 2021 at 4:52PM
    Doily94Doily94 Forumite
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    edited 29 December 2021 at 4:52PM
    Have made my first payments so total paid for #27 is £315.57/£6932.82
    PAYDOBX22 #27 - Was £6932.82, now £3579.30

  • sazzles01234sazzles01234 Forumite
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    first check in and payment made…

    #7 £398 of £3719 paid off - £3321 remaining 


    MBNA- £555

    Total left to pay- £555
    debt free on 25th May 2022! 

  • Chappie77Chappie77 Forumite
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    Hi. Please can I join for 2022? 

    Not sure what my exact total is yet but I’m guessing it will be in the region of £8k.

    Thank you and a Happy New Year to you all 🎉🥂
    PAD - Barclayloan - £3078.32/£3758.32

    January 2022 Grocery Challenge - £600

    Saving for Christmas 2022 - #33 - £1 a day Challenge - £10/£365

    Virtual Sealed Pot Challenge 2022 - £8.55/£500
  • fluffytailfluffytail Forumite
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    Can I join in please? 

    My target is £2000
    LBM December 2021
    Total debt - £8213.05 

    NSD - Jan /20
  • a2zandbacka2zandback Forumite
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    Please add this newbie

    £650/£3500

    Thank you
  • edited 29 December 2021 at 4:22PM
    mark55manmark55man Forumite, Ambassador
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    edited 29 December 2021 at 4:22PM
    Muppets -

    just wanted to post on this year's challenge to say thank you again for all your effort.  Also to wish everyone on here good luck with their challenge this year whether big or small.  I was successful in 2021 so am not returning and I would like you to onward-gift #26 - its been a roller coaster but now its done. 
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    All views are my own and not the official line of MoneySavingExpert.

    I think I saw you in an ice-cream parlour/Drinking milk shakes cold & long/Smiling & waving & looking so fine
    At 01/04/22: Weight-loss 0/20kg, Steps 539k/3000k (29K belowtarget)
    Total Debt 01/04/22: £38.1K -- Mortgage Neutral Pot:£41.1K/£82.3K - EF:£3K/£10K
  • SuperSavingDSuperSavingD Forumite
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    Congratulations Mark55man, how lovely to start next year debt free.

    Muppets can I please have a lower number if available?  Thank you  
    Debt 2022 #015 = £130/£8,901.25
    Debt 2021 #129 = £14,025 (cleared £5123.75)

    Savings for Xmas 2022 #14 = £350/£1200
    EF = £77


    Mort O/Ps:
    2021 = £71.35
    2022 = Jan £83.98 Feb £0, Mar £97.96, Apr £112
  • edited 31 December 2021 at 8:18AM
    never_too_oldnever_too_old Forumite
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    edited 31 December 2021 at 8:18AM
    Please may i join? I haven't got exact figures yet but i will add them up and post shortly.
    Im going to set my target as £15000
    MAKE £2022 in 2022 no 29 £2022/£434.10
    [email protected] 1/1/2022 £17540 / £1601.39
    pay all your debts by xmas 2022 £15000/ £1865.29

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  • MoneysavingmadGemMoneysavingmadGem Forumite
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    I'd love to join to put a dent into my debts .... on a low income with large rent .... not sure how but I'd like to knock £6000 of my total debt which is half
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