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Loan Oct. 2016 Sep. 2016
A/C Loan (7.36%) 7,616 7,765
Student Loan 1 (6.41%) $18,232 $18,389
Car Loan (4.45%) 8,159 8,336
Student Loan 2 (3.86%) 5,087 5,147
$39,094 $39,637
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That's a one-month reduction of $543 in consumer debt, $30 more than the previous month.

Plus, I added $670.96 into my Loan Payoff Savings Fund. No surprise four-figure emergencies this month.

I've also acquired a second job working part-time in the Produce Department of a grocery store. I expect 100% of my earnings (net 401K contributions) to be dedicated to debt payoff.

Furthermore, I've reduced my mortgage balance by $525.05 this month.

All in all, not a bad month.
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