March – A glance at savings and debt

I’m a bit late on my March update – it’s April already – Easter is almost here! I’m eating a hot cross bun as I type this update 😉

Anyhoos, below is the summary from March on savings and debt:

Debt

Credit card 1 – $0.00  (previous month – same)

Credit card 2 – $0.00 (previous month – same)

Personal loan: $ 3790.04 (previous month $5677.56)

Savings

$400.00 (previous month $285.00)

Buffer funds

$300.00 (previous month $150.00)

My ‘buffer’ fund is like my small emergency fund – and I anticipate this to be wiped out, potentially along with some savings, this week due to a trip to the dentist ;( oh well, I’m hoping to lessen the blow on my savings by using the buffer fund, which, after all, is the whole point!

Ciao!

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3 thoughts on “March – A glance at savings and debt

  1. Lots of great progress on the personal loan! You are almost debt free!!! Wooo hooo!!!

  2. Congrats on your debt pay down! It must be great to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I can’t wait to see mine.

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