Friday, December 1, 2017

Net Worth Update – Nov 2017 – $13,959

Below is my November Net Worth Update.  November was a simple month and not much changed, except adding the medical debt on my credit card.  I've been following my spending plan and looking for ways to spend wiser.

Month:
Oct
Nov
ASSETS


Checking Account
$500
$500
Savings Account 1
$1,000
$1,000
Savings Account 2
$200
$400
TD Ameritrade Account
$1,030
$1,164
Simple IRA
$3,931
$4,682
Land Cruiser
$3,000
$3,000
BMW
$3,000
$3,000
GMC Pickup
$1,500
$1,500
Total Assets
$14,161
$15,246
LIABILITIES


Bank Visa
$775
$1,287
Total Liabilities
$775
$1,287
Net Worth
$13,386
$13,959
Change

$573

Checking Account:  This account, for the most part will remain around $500, after everything hits.

Savings Account 1:  This account will remain at $1000

Savings Account 2:  +$200 – Same as October

TD Ameritrade Account:  +$134 – I added to it and realized some growth

Simple IRA:  +$751 – Payroll additions plus Company Match plus growth

Cars:  These values pretty much remain the same (KBB and Craigslist).  They have all but stopped depreciating.  These suckas be old.

Bank Visa:  +$512 – In November, I officially recognized my medical debt and paid them with my Visa to more easily control them.  I actually paid off the $775 from October, but then added about $1700 and then paid some of it to now reflect a balance of $1287.  This is my last debt and I'm hoping to pay it off by the end of the year.
Overall – I reduced my debt by roughly $1188 and added $1085 to my assets.  Though I added some debt, I still had a little growth in November.  I'm looking forward to the numbers December will bring and hopefully my debt will be gone and I get to start out fresh in 2018.  I reckon it's time to put some goals together.

How was you November?  How do you think I'm doing?  Do you see, or can you recommend some areas I should concentrate on to see better growth?

4 comments:

  1. Great job putting that much percentagely to your company’s IRA! Does it make you nervous at all to keep that little cash on hand though?

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    1. Angela,

      It does make me a little nervous, but starting so late in age, I feel more comfortable taking this parallel path of saving/investing/paying debt, rather than the standard order of paying debt, then 6 months emergency fund, then investing. I'd miss out on too much opportunity sticking to the standard plan. My mindset in my spending has changed drastically, and I now have financial goals and a path I'm following to achieve them. I appreciate you stopping by and also commenting.

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    2. You nailed the "personal" part of personal finance. There's no one size fits all approach to saving/investing/retiring/donating. If I were starting late in age I tool would have your same approach and focus on investing ie - growing a passive income stream and focus on debts etc. later. Do what works for you. Thanks for sharing your Nov. financial snapshot.

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  2. Thanks for stopping by Keith. The parallel path I'm taking is working pretty well for me, and that'll all change (for the better) in January when I'm debt free.

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