May 2017 Finance Report
Bad news this month – my husband was laid off towards the end of April. While frustrating, I’m vowing not to let this screw up our debt repayment. And at the very least, we will figure out how to avoid accruing more debt during this period of uncertainty. Even though the snowball might not be rolling forward, I hope to at least keep things status quo!
|Debt||Original Amount||Current Amount||Percentage Rate||Amount Paid Last Month||Percentage Paid|
|Car Loan #1||$14,093.00||$4508||1.99%||$315||68.1%|
|Car Loan #2||$10,000.00||$6951||1.99%||$206||30.5%|
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