July 2015 Debt Update

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July 2015 debt updateToday’s post is my July 2015 debt update. I’m still on it. I’ve been making payments each month on each of my debts. I started this journey with over $72,000 worth of debt. My plan is to have it paid off by October 2018. I have a little over 3 years to make this goal attainable. I plan on doing that with money that I make from my website, my job and other side hustles.  Below is the update for July:

July 2015 Debt Update

My total debt went from $71,289.73 to $71,078.81.  That was a decrease of $210.92. I’m slowly making strides.

Loan 2 – DOWN from $5960 to $5950


Credit Union Loan – DOWN from $361.09 to $298.45


Wells Fargo Loan – DOWN from $1299.23 to $1250.58


Bank of America Credit Card – DOWN from $3214.01 to $3179.22


Navient – DOWN from $25,760 to $25,666.48


Nelnet – UP from $34,694.45 to $34,734.08

As with almost anything in life, this debt repayment will take some time. I’m fine with that. Below are a few of my previous updates.

April 2015 Debt Update

May 2015 Debt Update

June 2015 Debt Update

You can view all my debt updates here.


  1. The debt is going down slowly but surely. Keep persevering.

  2. You are doing great…can’t imagine a lot of people would be as proactive as you are Jason. Good job!

  3. Debt blows. Paying it off is arduous. But man, when you make that last payment, you’re going to be one happy dude. It’s totally worth the effort and the fact that you’re taking control of the things you can is the first step. Just think, some people don’t even look at their bills because they’re afraid of what’s inside!

    1. I can’t wait until I make that final statement.

  4. Your credit union loan is almost gone! Keep chipping away at these loans and I’m sure you’ll reach your goal by your debt free date.

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