Published on June 1st, 2013 | by Pete0
June 2013 Update
What a month! It’s been fairly stressful recently here at MoneySuperstar. I won’t bore you with the details, suffice to say that University has demanded my attention a lot, work has been fairly relentless, and there have been all sorts of family events to attend as well. Plus I have just been away with Mrs MoneySuperstar, on a thrifty jaunt round the South of England, which has been smashing. I hope that you all have been busy, and are looking forward to a restful June, just like myself.
So, those all important numbers. At the end of May, my debt stood at £23,490.93. After my June payments, my debt will be £23,131.05. On the face of it, that means that I have reduced my debt by £359.88. This doesn’t really tell the whole story though. During the month I got my annual Nationwide loan statement, which has the actual monthly interest charges, instead of the generally higher average I use to help me estimate what my outstanding debt is. Still, I’m creeping towards the £22,000 mark, which feels satisfying.