How we paid off $16,000 of debt in 4 months
2016 goals / Debt / Personal Finance

How we paid off $16,000 of debt in 4 months

How we accumulated $16,000 worth of debt There were two major components to our debt. The first, which was the major focus for us, was our Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC). We started off the year with a balance of $14,777.04, which was an accumulation and result of: Me not having worked for about…

How we paid off $16,000 of debt in 4 months was originally published on Unchained 55

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Even baby steps are steps in the right direction…
2016 goals / 2016 progress updates / Personal Finance

Even baby steps are steps in the right direction…

Ever since we found out I was pregnant just over 3 weeks ago, it seems like our progress on paying off our Home Equity Line of Credit debt has come to a screeching halt. Although that’s not technically true, in the last 3 weeks, we’ve only averaged a debt payment of $380.59 weekly, quite a bit…

Even baby steps are steps in the right direction… was originally published on Unchained 55

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Budgeting for the next two months and wedding gifts
2016 goals / 2016 progress updates / Budgeting / Crash Cash Diet / Personal Finance

Budgeting for the next two months and wedding gifts

Today, I learned that because I will now be employed directly by the company (as opposed to being employed through an agency), my pay days are now every other week, as opposed to every week. I really enjoyed being paid every week, but I suppose this will make for a more even cash flow, since … Continue reading