FatStacks' Net Worth for October 2021


Assets Value Change ($) Change (%)
Cash $7,884 ($14,616) (64.96%)
Stock (taxable brokerage) $742 ($64) (7.94%)
Company equity $19,617 - -
HSA $12,555 $982 8.49%
Cars (2005 & 2019) $63,366 $54,957 653.55%
Home $171,299 - -
Cryptocurrency $29,000 $7,724 36.30%
401k - Traditional $0 - -
401k - Roth $0 - -
401k (old employer) $129,512 $7,535 6.18%
401k (older employer) $214,104 $7,745 3.75%
401k - Trad. (spouse) $0 - -
Profit Sharing (spouse) $61,291 $2,740 4.68%
Boat $45,000 $45,000 -
$754,370 $112,003 17.44%
 
Debts Value Change ($) Change (%)
Home Mortgage (15yr 3%) $121,564 ($608) (0.50%)
Student Loans (2.8%) $6,832 ($131) (1.88%)
CC (0% pay off evry mnth) $649 $649 -
Car Loan (72mo 3.82%) $63,366 $63,366 -
Furniture (0%) $5,049 ($118) (2.28%)
HELOC (8.25%) $30,000 $30,000 -
Total Debts $227,460 $93,158 69.36%
Net Worth $526,910 $18,845 3.71%
*All values shown in USD ($)
Notes:
529 plan: $59,583

FICO: 823

Cryptocurrency: All in for $10,654.54.

Bought a newer used vehicle (traded in one of ours), thus the car loan.
Also opened up a HELOC at 3% to help pay for a used boat. Interest rates are low right now, so I'm not afraid to borrow money.

If crypto continues to gain, it'll pay off the toys anyway ;)

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