NET WORTH

Net Worth


End of Fiscal Year 2012 (September 2012)


First Quarter April 2012



End of 2011


End of 2010




Net Worth

as of October 31, 2010

Been a while since I updated this:




Net Worth

as of July 31, 2010


Our cash has dwindled as we have been paying off our mortgage to attain 80% LTV. I think by end of August we should have achieved that. NO MORE PMI!!

Investments have been going sideways. Not good since we put 5% of our salary to it every paycheck. Not a good sign when that is not always reflected.



Net Worth

as of May 31, 2010



Net Worth

as of April 30, 2010




This is the chart from Networth IQ. I started it way back in the day but couldn't keep up with it since it was manual inputs. But here's a look at how we are doing over the past few years.


As you can see, buying a house and renovating put a big hit on us at the end of 2008 and early 2009. We were probably even lower but since I didn't update it, we will never know. We are a lot less liquid now than when we were two years ago. In spite of that, we still had tremendous growth in our retirement and savings.




Net Worth as of March 24, 2010:


I just wanted to update this because I'm not sure how much I'll be spending this month or how much our investments will grow. But if you compare with previous entry, two weeks ago, our investments went up almost 6% but our spending also went up considerably.

The market is quite hot as of late and we have been very fortunate. As I just posted... we need to take our money and run :) or at least use it for something.


Net Worth as of March 8, 2010:


From the looks of things we have been investing more, but in actuality I just transferred $5000 into my wife's IRA account. We also have a few major expenses coming up including our trip to Cali and our girls' birthday party. That's why our credit card bill is so high this month... that and also fixing our mini-van after the Blizzard of 2010.



Net worth as of February 16, 2010:

Goal for retirement:
Saving $1000/month for 20 years would allow us to hit our savings mark using the 4% rule.

Current retirement/savings: $64k
Goal For our 4% rule: $1.2 million

Paying down mortgage:
We are currently at 85% LTV. We need another $13k to go in order to bring us below 80% and rid us of PMI.

Giving rate:
We are on track to give 15% of our income.