FatStacks' Net Worth for April 2021


Assets Value Change ($) Change (%)
Cash $10,867 $2,659 32.40%
Stocks $1,112 ($2,383) (68.18%)
Company equity $12,261 - -
HSA $12,001 $1,213 11.24%
Cars $8,409 - -
Boat (sold) $5,000 - -
Home $171,299 - -
Cryptocurrency $13,748 $4,174 43.60%
401k (old employer) $115,185 $7,575 7.04%
401k (older employer) $203,332 $8,640 4.44%
Profit Sharing (spouse) $57,823 $2,205 3.96%
Boat $0 - -
$611,037 $24,083 4.10%
 
Debts Value Change ($) Change (%)
Home Mortgage (15yr 3%) $125,189 ($599) (0.48%)
Student Loans (2.8%) $7,618 ($270) (3.42%)
Credit Cards $0 - -
Car Loan (72mo 3.82%) $0 - -
Furniture (48mo 0%) $5,639 $5,639 -
HELOC (4.5%) $0 - -
Total Debts $138,446 $4,770 3.57%
Net Worth $472,591 $19,313 4.26%
*All values shown in USD ($)
Notes:
529 plan: $55,442

FICO is back down to 856.
I suspect it'll drop a bit more in the coming months since we opened up a new credit account for the furniture (financed at 0%).

Comments

5/5/2021 1:41:37 PM FatStacks
I forgot to include our 529 plan: $55,442
5/6/2022 10:01:28 AM mrw04c
Just curious how many years you have left until college?
5/14/2022 8:55:08 AM FatStacks
6 years if I did math right (2028)
5/14/2022 8:59:30 AM FatStacks
(and we have one child)
5/17/2022 3:06:24 PM mrw04c
Good deal - was just curious. I have a 4 and a 2 year old and I never feel great about the target I'm shooting for. Feels like a crapshoot.
5/23/2022 10:24:59 AM FatStacks
Yea, I just came up with "Lets put in $200 every month" from day one. I know it won't be enough, but it'll be something. Easily one of the best decisions we've made. We don't notice it's not there, and it's become a substantial (to us) sum.