February 2018 Financial Report

Monthly finance report

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Man alive, was January super long or what? We did a great job of sticking on budget though, so that felt pretty wonderful.

The downside is that I found out I need about $1,000 worth of dental work done. Ouch. I’m hoping we can spread it out so that we can cash flow the work instead of having to pay in a lump sum.

If you haven’t read my review of the Trim app, you should! We ended up saving $240 in just 5 minutes worth of work. They were able to save $20 on our monthly internet bill. When I got the bill yesterday, it was actually more like $23! I can’t wait to see what they can do with our phone bills from StraightTalk.

Total paid off: $16,369.13
Amount net worth has raised since December 2016: $48,784

Debt Original Amount Current Amount Percentage Rate Amount Paid Last Month Percentage Paid
Credit Card $5,500.00 $0!! 9.75% 0 100%
Car Loan #1 $14,093.00 $0!! 1.99% 0 100%
Car Loan #2 $10,000.00 $2690.54 1.99% $1353.21 73.1%
Student Loans $23,000+ $7559.33 1.75% $120.23 67.13%
Totals $52,593.00 $10,249.87 $1473.44 80.51%

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



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