This was, as my boyfriend and I both agreed, a difficult month filled with too much alcohol. Plus, we used money from our savings fund to pay for a scouting trip there. Student loan (mostly at 4.25%, some at 6.55%) March ’14: $6,559.10 April '14: $6,485.22 I feel like this will never get paid off. Savings for future move. Goal: $10,000. March ’14: $2,521 April '14: $2,571 That's after we paid back all the money we took out, so it's actually probably a +$250 increase (but an almost equivalent decrease).
@HelloTheFuture I....what? No, they never have taken anything out of any transaction I got. But I just get my paycheck through them? Maybe my employer sends as a gift?
Wait, I've been paid through Paypal exclusively for a long time and never paid any fees. I'm confused.
Progress slows. Student Loan (mostly at 4.25%, some at 6.55%) February ’14: $6,629.97 March '14: $6,559.10 Savings for future move. Goal: $10,000. February ’14: $2,185 March '14: $2,521
Student Loan (mostly at 4.25%, some at 6.55%) January ’14: $6,704.00 February ’14: $6,629.97 Savings for future move. Goal: $10,000. January ’14: $1,050 February ’14: $2,185 !! (I got a really really big check in the mail. A++++)
oh hey! Student Loan (mostly at 4.25%, some at 6.55%) December ’13: $6,784.08 January ’14: $6,704.00 Savings for future move. Goal used to be $6,000, now is $10,000, but my boyfriend's in on it with me. December '13: $150 January '14: $1,050 !!
@loren smith srsly. no idea why she wasn't wearing a helmet. all skiiers at all ski levels should wear a helmet.
hahah! skiing sucks! people that ski are stupid! judge judge judge!
I paid off all my credit cards in 2014 (and one of my student loans!)!!! No outstanding credit card debt! This year, I'm focusing on another of my student loans. Student Loan (mostly at 4.25%, some at 6.55%) November '13: $6,804.25 January '14: $6,784.08 Savings for future move. Goal is $6,000. Currently: $150 (haaaa)
@qwer1234 @Meaghano I went through and looked, and it will definitely be about a $100 — at least — increase in your insurance unless you've got a badass subsidy. I've got the Blue Cross catastrophic plan too, and I'll be paying at least $295 a month now.