April 2017 Debt Update

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April 2017 Debt UpdateGood morning people. I hope all is well with you. Another month has gone by. Today, I will be sharing with you my April 2017 debt update.

My debt went from $64,207.46 to $63,405.75. That was a drop of $801.71. I’m with it. This was my second month having my debt go down by at least $800. I like the momentum that I have right now.  Let’s look at the numbers.

The Numbers

Loan 2 – Down from $5525 to $4830

Navient – Down from $23,842.10 to $23,742.65

Nelnet – Down from $34,840.36 to $34,833.10

The debt snowball is working for me. In the next few month, I have some things that I will be working on. Hopefully, they will be able to help my income grow. I really want to get to the point when I can pay over $1000 on the debt. This April 2017 debt update was good, but I know that May 2017 will be better.

Previous Debt Updates

January 2015 (The Beginning)

January 2017

February 2017

March 2017

You can view all of my debt updates here.

How is your debt repayment coming along?


One Comment

  1. Very cool Jason. As you know I don’t track my debt this often, but I will likely start in about a year when my wife is done with her masters and we start really focusing on paying down debt (versus tuition and potentially INCREASING debt through more student loans). I think a monthly tracker can be really motivating.

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