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0% CC Expiring in May – Balance Zero!

April 17th, 2020 at 11:09 am

I put the stimulus payment to good use – the balance on the 0% CC expiring in May is history. Woohoo! That means that my annual goal #4 - pay no CC interest or fees – will be achieved so long as I don’t take on additional CC debt this year.

I’ll close the CC in the next few days. I don’t need the credit since I have another card with rewards for everyday purchases. Next focus for unallocated funds is the EF: annual goal #1 - get EF back to 3 months’ basic expenses.

Our dog found two more eggs in the yard yesterday! One just had Skittles but the other had a dollar bill.

4 Responses to “0% CC Expiring in May – Balance Zero!”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Too funny on the eggs! Nice work on paying that CC debt off!!

  2. Lucky Robin Says:

    Congrats on paying off the credit card.

  3. mumof2 Says:


  4. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Nice! A credit card payoff is definitely something to be proud of! Ps saw your Easter post and thought it was a really cool idea

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