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Net Worth Report for June 2011

Assets   $ Diff % Diff
Cash $5,550 $1,625 41.40 %
Stocks $974 $0 0.00 %
Bonds $0 $0 -
Annuities $0 $0 -
Retirement $11,064 $1,134 11.42 %
Home $23,259 $1,524 7.01 %
Other Real Estate $0 $0 -
Cars $20,000 $0 0.00 %
Personal Property $0 $0 -
Other $1,058 $150 16.52 %
Total Assets $61,905 $4,433 7.71 %
Debts   $ Diff % Diff
Home Mortgage(s) $0 $0 -
Other Mortgage(s) $0 $0 -
Student Loans $0 $0 -
Credit Card $10,000 $4,000 66.67 %
Car Loans $26,241 ($565) -2.11 %
Other $0 $0 -
Total Debts $36,241 $3,435 10.47 %
 
Net Worth $25,664 $998 4.05 %
Net Worth History Chart
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Here's some notes on our networth:

  • We recently purchased a new vehicle (2011 Ford Escape)
  • I addded Jordan's retirement savings to my own - as the vehicle debt is ours jointly. The vehicle is also listed as an asset, it will depreciate as time goes on (and the loan is paid off).
  • Cash includes all planned spending savings accounts as well as emergency fund and wedding fund.
  • Our cash for a down payment on a house in the 'house' section of assets.
  • Actual value of my company shares is in 'shares'
  • Cash set aside to purchase shares is in 'other assets'

Come and visit me on my personal finance blog at Jessie's Money and Jordan's Too

Net Worth Report for May 2011

Assets   $ Diff % Diff
Cash $3,925 - -
Stocks $974 - -
Bonds $0 - -
Annuities $0 - -
Retirement $9,930 - -
Home $21,735 - -
Other Real Estate $0 - -
Cars $20,000 - -
Personal Property $0 - -
Other $908 - -
Total Assets $57,472 - -
Debts   $ Diff % Diff
Home Mortgage(s) $0 - -
Other Mortgage(s) $0 - -
Student Loans $0 - -
Credit Card $6,000 - -
Car Loans $26,806 - -
Other $0 - -
Total Debts $32,806 - -
 
Net Worth $24,666 - -
Net Worth History Chart
Monthly Entry
Here's some notes on our networth:

  • We recently purchased a new vehicle (2011 Ford Escape)
  • I addded Jordan's retirement savings to my own - as the vehicle debt is ours jointly. The vehicle is also listed as an asset, it will depreciate as time goes on (and the loan is paid off).
  • Cash includes all planned spending savings accounts as well as emergency fund and wedding fund.
  • Our cash for a down payment on a house in the 'house' section of assets.
  • Actual value of my company shares is in 'shares'
  • Cash set aside to purchase shares is in 'other assets'

Come and visit me on my personal finance blog at Jessie's Money and Jordan's Too

Net Worth Report for December 2010

Assets   $ Diff % Diff
Cash $6,747 $1,196 21.55 %
Stocks $974 $0 0.00 %
Bonds $0 $0 -
Annuities $0 $0 -
Retirement $7,154 $1,127 18.70 %
Home $10,012 $1,247 14.23 %
Other Real Estate $0 $0 -
Cars $20,000 $0 0.00 %
Personal Property $0 $0 -
Other $458 $80 21.16 %
Total Assets $45,345 $3,650 8.75 %
Debts   $ Diff % Diff
Home Mortgage(s) $0 $0 -
Other Mortgage(s) $0 $0 -
Student Loans $0 $0 -
Credit Card $0 $0 -
Car Loans $27,708 ($229) -0.82 %
Other $0 $0 -
Total Debts $27,708 ($229) -0.82 %
 
Net Worth $17,637 $3,879 28.19 %
Net Worth History Chart
Monthly Entry
Here's some notes on our networth:

  • We recently purchased a new vehicle (2011 Ford Escape)
  • I addded Jordan's retirement savings to my own - as the vehicle debt is ours jointly. The vehicle is also listed as an asset, it will depreciate as time goes on (and the loan is paid off).
  • Cash includes all planned spending savings accounts as well as emergency fund and wedding fund.
  • Our cash for a down payment on a house in the 'house' section of assets.
  • Actual value of my company shares is in 'shares'
  • Cash set aside to purchase shares is in 'other assets'

Come and visit me on my personal finance blog at Jessie's Money and Jordan's Too