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March total debt repayment

March 31st, 2012 at 06:46 am

We started the month of March with a total debt of $234,385.88. I just closed the books (actually a binder) for the month of March and our total debt sits now at $230,272.91. We paid $3,764.00 extra on the principal of the house and almost double the car loan payment. SmileOur plan is to pay the mortgage payments for the months of July, August and September with our June paychecks since we are both 10 months employees. My husband usually works in the summer, but I never count on it until he actually lands a summer job.
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I made an extra $37.50 this pay period covering extra classes. I plan to utilize that money to continue building a stock pile for when DS#2 goes away to technical school next September.

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I'm officially off from work until next Monday. I plan to read the firt book of the Hunger Games series, watch the movie The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (I read all of the books of the series) and watch a video on the life of Evita Peron, since I'm going to see Evita on Broadway in May.

Well this is it for today. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. ((HUGS))

6 Responses to “March total debt repayment”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Great job on your debt payment this month. You are rockin' it!!

    Enjoy the Hunger Games book! It is a pretty quick read and hard to put down.

  2. ceejay74 Says:

    Awesome! Looks like we were neck-and-neck in March debt repayment. A great, satisfying month. Smile

  3. Bob B. Says:

    Congrats.

  4. Jerry Says:

    I just read the first HG book and liked it more than I thought that I would. I was going to read it with my daughter (who just turned seven), but I think I would like some insurance that she's a little older first. I don't want the violence, although it is not graphic, to lead to any problems sleeping, etc.
    Jerry

  5. LuckyRobin Says:

    I really enjoyed the Hunger Games books. Everyone in my family has read them and they all really liked them. Happy Reading!

  6. SicilyYoder Says:

    I was watching Til Debt Do Us Part last night, and a couple paid $10,000 extra on their home loan per year, saving $75,000 in interest! That blew me away- that's a lot of money. Looks like you did really good.

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