No. of Recommendations: 3
Update...

Mid january numbers:

Debt Current Permanent Date Min Balance
Name Rate Rate Changing Payment Due
===========================================================================
Chase 18.24% N/A -- $2,800
CapitalOne 15.90% N/A ? $400
Ducks 0.0% 9.90% 7/2012 $42 $4,300
BofA 0.0% 10.90% 2/2013 ? $7,700
Citi 3.99% N/A $66 $4,400
Mortgage 6.0% 4.50% 2/2012 $1,425 $190,000
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Total Debt $209,600


Some of those were rounded. So the difference over the last 2 weeks is partly progress, and partly better accuracy. Meh - I'll take it. But for that reason I'm not going to post the difference. It would be cheating. But from here on out, numbers stay accurate and differences get posted.


End of January numbers:
(The Chase card might still fluctuate by up to $100 before the end of the month, but everything else is stable)

Debt Current Permanent Date Min Balance
Name Rate Rate Changing Payment Due
===========================================================================
Chase 18.24% N/A -- $2,053
CapitalOne 15.90% N/A ? $360
Ducks 0.0% 9.90% 7/2012 $42 $4,280
BofA 0.0% 10.90% 2/2013 ? $7,696
Citi 3.99% N/A $66 $4,347
Mortgage 6.0% 4.50% 2/2012 $1,425 $189,838
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Total Debt $208,574
CC Debt only $18,735



I could make faster progress. I bought some things I hadn't budgeted for (dinner on the way home from the Jane Austen Ball at 2 am when we were all exhausted, and I wanted to treat my friend for driving us, a new eCig brand that she uses, that I think I'll have much better success with, and the cigarettes I didn't quit yet.) But overall I think I've made decent progress and should still hit my major goals.


Frydaze1
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