The month of June passed by just like a tick of the clock. That is what I feel when there are so much to do and seems that I am racing with time. Too much to do in just a short period of time. Anyways, here is my June 2017 financial report update.
June 2017 financial report update
My June financial footing is not much that exciting, personally. I got ear infection and some of my funds were directed to check-ups and medicines so let’s see how I fare financially in June through the figures below.
My education fund stays on track for the month of June 2017. I have now an accumulated P26,700 for this fund. Yeah, slowly but steady.
What’s good about June 2017 is that I was able to cover up the emergency fund that I fail to save for the month of April and May. As of June 2017, my emergency fund is at P7, 000. Although I am financially struggling. I am happy that this fund stays on the line as planned.
Debt Payment Tracking
I have been monitoring my debt for the past 4 years or so and I am happy to see the progress of this debt payment. Although I want to wipe it out sooner, I just can’t do it for the mean time since some unexpected financial circumstances happen. I just prioritize the most urgent financial need.
My debt stands at 159, 641.88 as of June 2017. Way to go to my goal of zero debt. Hopefully I can fast track the payment of this debt and be free in around three to four years, the sooner the better.
It is in my paper asset investments that I fail big time. I have not topped up my investments since the month of March 2017. This is where I have to work double or triple time.
I really struggle financially to stay on the line with my financial plan. Nevertheless, my plan makes me grounded and disciplined to stick with it as much as I can so as to be able to reach my goal for this year.
My biggest hurdle is my debt. I want to crush it off so that all my financial resources will be funneled to saving and investing.
That’s it for now folks. Have a great day!