January 2014 – At a glance debt and savings stats

During 2014, I will be posting a monthly ‘at a glance’ update on my Debt and Savings balances.

At the end of January, things were looking like this:

Debt

Credit card 1 – $0.00

Credit card 2 – $0.00

Personal loan: $5925.05

Savings

$140.54

Things are going to be fairly quiet and unexciting around the savings corner until March!

Later alligators πŸ™‚

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4 thoughts on “January 2014 – At a glance debt and savings stats

  1. I will be doing this too just after I stop and the bank.

  2. I also just made my new budget.
    feel free to check it out.

  3. morgaine80 says:

    Awesome job at getting rid of those 2 credit cards! That loan’ll be gone before ya know it! Keep up the great work! πŸ™‚

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