Net Worth Update: March 4, 2017

I like the direction our Net Worth is going. 🙂 We continued to make our regular mortgage payments, started depositing $300 (up from $200) every Thursday to Vanguard taxable account, added $1500 to my 457 retirement account and continued to make a few bucks from other investments & side hustles.

 

Net Worth

 

Net Worth, Assets and Liabilities

 

As usual, this month’s biggest expenses were our mortgage and regular monthly bills. Luckily, we didn’t encounter any unexpected bills.

Any comments, suggestions, encouragements, or advice is welcome and greatly appreciated. We know we have a lot to learn and plenty of adjustments to make, especially on the investment and savings side of things.

Here is where we stand as of today:

Net Worth, Assets and Liabilities

 

Assets, Long-Term, Liquid

 

LiabilitiesAssets, Long-Term, Liquid

 

4 thoughts on “Net Worth Update: March 4, 2017

    1. I am glad you liked it. Your site looks good. I look forward to your future posts. I started this blog with the same thought “to make myself accountable and keep track of my progress”.

      I bookmarked your site to check back. Good luck with your journey to FIRE.

      1. Awesome, thanks for the support. By numbers being similar I meant including my wife’s 401k and home equity. Not that it’s a contest, just encouraging to see someone in a similar situation making it happen. I’m just curious, what are your side hustles?

        1. We can make it a contest. It may make this journey even more interesting. 🙂

          Our side hustles are mostly eBay sales here and there. My latest interests are bank accounts with bonuses and credit card bonuses. I am trying to accumulate as much points as possible to make our travels as cheap as possible and/or free. It is an interesting endeavor. The community is also full of interesting and very helpful individuals.

          In addition, I started looking into a few things like rehabbing houses and may be renting. Let’s see how far that one goes.

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