Debt

Over the past couple years, I have been working hard to get out of debt. I no longer use credit cards, but I have school loans and a family loan for a car remaining. Here's a quick overview of my journey.

As of September 2010
Family Loan $2020
School Loan 1 $2318
School Loan 2 $6583

As of November 2010
Family Loan $1420
School Loan 1 $2318
School Loan 2 $6583

As of February 2011
School Loan 1 $2134
School Loan 2 $6328

As of April 2011
School Loan 1 $2038
School Loan 2 $ 6208
Car Loan $5300

As of June 2011 
School Loan 1 $1943
School Loan 2 $ 6088
Car Loan $2965

As of September 2011
School Loan 1 $1800
School Loan 2 $6006
Car Loan $3072

As of December 2011
School Loan 1 $1656
School Loan 2 $5840
Car Loan $1184

As of February 2012
School Loan 1 $1505
School Loan 2 $5640
Car Loan $598

As of June 2012
School Loan 1 $1300
School Loan 2 $5380

As of November 2012
School Loan 1 $ 1153
School Loan 2 $ 5126

Total to Pay Off:
$18516 (11.1.09)
$ 17309 (1.21.10)
$ 14493 (2.12.10)
$ 13849 (5.20.10)
$ 11774 (6.15.10)
$ 11073 (8.15.10)
$ 10921 (9.26.10)
$ 10321 (11.3.10)
$ 8462 (2.7.11)
$ 13762 (4.2.11)
$ 12409 (5.4.11)
$ 10996 (6.4.11)
$ 10878 (9.3.11)
$ 8680 (12.15.11)
$ 6680 (6.30.12)
$ 6279 (11.18.12)


Total paid off in 2010-2012: $12,237!

1 comment:

  1. wow that is awesome! congrats on paying off so much money!

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