FatStacks' Net Worth for September 2018


Assets Value Change ($) Change (%)
Cash $4,875 ($766) (13.58%)
Stocks $0 - -
Bonds $0 - -
Annuities $0 - -
Retirement $203,507 ($2,967) (1.44%)
Home $171,299 - -
Other Real Estate $101,067 - -
Cars $14,060 - -
Personal Property $2,000 $500 33.33%
Other $5,000 - -
$501,808 ($3,233) (0.64%)
 
Debts Value Change ($) Change (%)
Home Mortgage(s) $136,090 ($300) (0.22%)
Other Mortgage(s) $112,285 ($242) (0.22%)
Student Loans $18,524 ($316) (1.68%)
Credit Cards $19,643 ($586) (2.90%)
Car Loans $17,564 ($442) (2.45%)
Other $278 ($198) (41.60%)
Total Debts $304,384 ($2,084) (0.68%)
Net Worth $197,424 ($1,149) (0.58%)
*All values shown in USD ($)
Notes:
FICO Score: 807
Can't quite seem to crack that $200k barrier.If the market shifts ever so slightly (for the better) we'll hit it, but I'm hoping to hit it solely by paying down debt.

Comments

10/23/2018 2:40:42 PM FatStacks
10/23 Update: One of my 401k values in Quicken wasn't 100% accurate, so I did a true-up with my actual 401k account online. The true-up took place on 9/30 and, since all my NetworthShare values are pulled from Quicken on the last day of the month, the updated numbers will be reflected in October's entry. I could have entered the true-up on 9/29 so they showed up with this entry, but I actually like that this month's Net Worth is a bit lower - the dip in my Retirement category reflects what happened in the US stock market.