June 2017 Finance Report
My husband is still on the job hunt, though he did applied for unemployment and he did receive severance, thankfully. Next up is figuring out healthcare and not panicking over the insane cost. One bonus is that if we pay for a healthcare plan out-of-pocket, it’s a write-off since I’m a contractor.
Overall there has not been much movement on the payment of debt due to locking everything down for storm mode. The credit card debt did go up, but overall we’re down $263 on our debt totals for the month, so I’ll take the win anyway I can get it.
|Debt||Original Amount||Current Amount||Percentage Rate||Amount Paid Last Month||Percentage Paid|
|Car Loan #1||$14,093.00||$4192||1.99%||$316||70.3%|
|Car Loan #2||$10,000.00||$6745||1.99%||$206||32.6%|
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