My debt reports are here to give you an example of how much debt I am in and the strategy I’m using to pay them off. There is certainly no “one size fits all ” solution to paying off debt, but I’m hoping that providing my example will help others figure out how they can best pay off their debts. Check out of the latest chronicles of my ridiculous debt below.

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2015  

Dec – $32,104.40 (-$741.66)

Nov – $32,846.04 (-$426.65)

Oct – $33,272.69 (-$4,498.77)

Sep – $37,771.46 (-$688.55)

Aug – $38,460.01 (-$1,794.33)

Jul – $40,254.34 (-$804.19)

Jun – $41,190.84 (-$2,195.94)

May – $43,386.78 (-$690.82)

Apr – $44,077.60 (-$3,292.71)

Mar – $47,370.31 (-$2,136.60)

Feb – $49,506.91 (-$853.85)

Jan – $50,358.76 (-$1,150.10)    

2014  

Dec – $51,910.86 (-$1,131.78)

Nov – $53,042.64 (-$1,131.83)

Oct – $54,174.47 (-$969.87)

Sep – $55,144.34 (-$913.13)

Aug – $56,057.47 (-$1,386.12)

Jul – $57,443.59 (-$644.15)

Jun – $58,087.74 (-$2,930.09)

May – $61,017.83 (-$1,222.47)

Apr – $62,240.30 (-$745.06)

Mar – $62,985.36 – My starting point  

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