Tag Archives: net worth

February 2014 Net Worth Update

One of my goals in 2014 was to have a conversation with the partners at my firm about my base pay.  It was amazing how easy they made the conversation!  We came to a very agreeable outcome.  I still believe I am being paid under what I might be able to get elsewhere, but IContinue Reading

January 2014 Net Worth Update

I can’t believe it has been almost 3 years since I started tracking my net worth on my personal finance blog.  Every month I take a look at my assets and expenses, as well as, a quick look at my short term financial goals. My Short Term Financial Goals To keep myself focused I give myselfContinue Reading

My December 2013 Net Worth Update

On November’s Net Worth Update a commenter made note that my net worth has not increased nearly as much as the market.  My initial reaction was to think about all that was done financially this year (house purchase, house repairs, etc.), but upon further thought it leads me to the question of whether correlation isContinue Reading

November 2013 Net Worth Update

It was a rough month spending wise.  Shortly after we bought our new house earlier this year The Wife and I lit our first fire.  The next day we noticed that the entire house smelled of smoke.  We chalked it up to a dirty fireplace and decided to ignore it till the late summer when weContinue Reading

October 2013 Net Worth Update

IT HAS FINALLY HAPPENED! It took almost 9 months but I am finally positive year to date. I think if the upcoming government shut down happens there will be some buying opportunities for my dividend fund but the history on what happens to the market when there is a government shutdown is iffy at best. MyContinue Reading

September 2013 Net Worth Update

For the second time this year, and only a handful of times since I started tracking my net worth…my net worth is down.  But it is different than times in the past, because for some reason I am not bothered at all.  While I am not disillusioned to believe I am doing all I canContinue Reading