June 2019 Debt Payoff Summary
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I’m back with another debt payoff summary! The last update I posted was in April, and honestly, we haven’t done so well since then. We’ve had a few setbacks, including our living room fiasco in July, BUT we did make some progress, so that’s something to celebrate!
May-June Debt Payoff
May’s Beginning Debt Balance: $5074.72
May-June Debt Payments: $873.23
Remaining Balance: $4201.49
Our goal for the months following April was to pay an extra $500 a month towards debt. As you can see, that didn’t happen. We managed to pay a total of around $435 a month.
Our new goal is to pay $400 a month extra toward debt.
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How is your debt payoff going? Did you meet your goals, or did you have setbacks like we had in July? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!
Until next time,
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