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2016 mfw

edited 3 July 2016 at 8:56AM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • Hi could I join please? Target of £5,400. Thanks and good luck to all on their overpaying quests!
    2020 MFW aim: OP £360/£2000 :j Survey success 2020: Swagbucks: £5, Qmee: £18.13, OnePoll: £0
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  • pavlovs_dogpavlovs_dog Forumite
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    I want to play again now that we've sorted out the remortgage.

    My goal is £6000. £4800 will come from our built in OPs, which gives me the challenge of finding an additional £1200 over the course of the year.
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  • number 63 here. Can I sign up for £4000 for 2016. Thanks so much for running this again.
    MFW OP's 2017 #101 £829.32/£5000
    MFiT-T4 - #46 £0/£45k to reduce mortgage total
    04/16 Mortgage start £153,892.45
    MFW 2015 #63 £4229.71/£3000 - old Mortgage
  • anna42hmranna42hmr Forumite
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    Hi, number 105 here, thanks so much for doing this again really helped me op for 2015 so would like to keep it up for 2016. Can you put a target of £4500 this year for me.

    Unfortunately is a lower target than last year as circumstances have changed slightly but hope this will keep me on track.
    MFW # 105
    2015 Overpaid £8095 / 2016 Overpaid £6983.24 / 2017 Overpaid £3583.12 / 2018 Overpaid £2583.12 / 2019 Overpaid £2583.12

    2020 Target £2000 / YTD total £1,722.08
    Total OP since mortgage started in 2015 = £25,549.68
  • Petal88Petal88 Forumite
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    Hi I would love to join you guys - could you please put me down for £1500? And thanks for doing this for us Lomcevak :)
    Mortgage Apr '15: £316,384
    Mortgage Oct '17: £305,399
    Daily interest at start: £38.23
    Daily interest Sep '17: £12.09
  • Lovely to see this thread up and running.

    Can we keep #10 please.

    We have a complex year ahead work wise which is likely to see a reduction in earnings. So a £5000 target for us please. Not sure if we'll make that but may as well set the target on the high side

    MIB x
    MFW2020 #5 £1,208/2,000 Aim for MF-in-10 from 2015
    Sep'12 £233,750 Jan'15 £222,329 Jul’20 £149,895
    MFiT T4 #24 £48k/£34k
    MFiT T5 #24 £11,105/£41k
    £13,428 in 2012 Debt Free day 30th April 2014
  • bunty109bunty109 Forumite
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    Can I join this year please? Target is £3000 but would like to beat that.
    MFW 2019#24 £9474.89/£11000 MFW 2018#24 £23025.41/£15000
    MFi3 v5 #53 £12531/
    MFi3 v4 #53 £59442/£39387
  • jodles16jodles16 Forumite
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    Hello!! I will take any number! I would like my current total to be £3820 for the year, hoping to remortgage so maybe able to increase!

    Thank you Lomcevak!!

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

    Joining in UberFrugalMonthChallenge set up by the Frugalwoods!
  • apple_muncherapple_muncher Forumite
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    Please can I join again - any number is fine. Currently our target is £13,333 (but may have to change depending on redundancy/job situations)
    NST August #; NSD 11; Ex 20; bagfuls 2 (59)

    Mortgage £500? ish (01/14: £78,201; 01/15: £59,629; 01/16: 39,915; 01/17: 27,295; 01/18 23,143; 01/19: 18.275) MFWDate: very soonish
  • A_Frayed_KnotA_Frayed_Knot Forumite
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    Would like to join you all. Target for me will be £3000, and have a feeling it will be a slow start.

    Hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and all the best for 2016 when it comes.
    Always have 00.00 at the end of your mortgage and one day it will all be 0's :dance:
    MF[STRIKE] March 2030[/STRIKE] Yes that does say 2030 :eek: Mortgage Free 21.12.18 _party_
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