March 2018 Financial Report

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We paid off my husband’s car loan this month – just 5 months after we paid off mine! The only item we have is my student loan, which is down to $7200! If that isn’t motivating, I don’t know what is! To say this is what I feel like doing to celebrate is an understatement:

But due to my advanced age (snort) and lack of coordination, it looks more like this:

Total paid off: $19,419
Amount net worth has raised since December 2016: $54,084

DebtOriginal AmountCurrent AmountPercentage RateAmount Paid Last MonthPercentage Paid
Credit Card$5,500.00$0!!9.75%0100%
Car Loan #1$14,093.00$0!!1.99%0100%
Car Loan #2$10,000.00$0!!1.99%$2690.54100%
Student Loans$23,000+$7200.131.75%$359.2068.7%
Totals$52,593.00$7200.13$3,049.8786.31%

we paid off $7,482 of debt in 7 months with this budget workbook



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