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September 2014 Budget Plans

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5148859022_6b6de62917_zTGIAS! In case you don’t know what that means: Thank God it’s almost September! I’m so looking forward to paying off my furniture loan this month and being free of it forever. It will sure make things easier come October.

Hoping September will be a good month. I don’t have any big things planned for the month, but I have been hanging out with my local friends a lot more lately and it can get expensive after a while. Luckily, the guys sometimes pay for our drinks when we go out 🙂 Gotta love being a girl!

Here is my budget plan for September:

CategoryMonthly Total
DIFFERENCE-$0.59
Charity$10.00
EF$20.00
Morgage$852.28
House Repairs$15.00
City Bill$125.00
Gas$15.56
Cable$78.19
Internet$51.87
Phone$102.76
Food$120.00
Car Fuel$60.00
Car Repairs$15.00
Car Insurance$93.44
Clothes and Hair$40.00
Pets$40.00
Household$30.00
Personal$30.00
Crossfit$80.00
Cleaning$72.00
Debt$577.95
TOTAL$2,429.05
INCOME$2,428.46

Not many changes again this month, in fact only about $.10 of changes. After I get my furniture loan paid off, I plan to move some money around and increase my savings rate and give myself a little more money to live off of, but the majority of the furniture loan payment will be rolled toward my next target: CC #4. This card should be gone well before the end of the year and I’m hoping to get it gone sooner rather than later. Eliminating a payment of almost $150/month and putting most it toward my snowball will help to really get things rolling! (See what I did there? Snowball, rolling? I’m so funny!)

Anyhow, here’s to September!

How does your September budget plan look?

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Kayla

Kayla is a mid-20s single girl living in the Midwest, USA. She is focused on paying off her consumer and student loans, while simplifying her life and closet. You can join her on her journey at ShoeaholicNoMore or follow her on Twitter.

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