Net Worth Report

Net Worth Update – August 2013

After posting July’s net worth report before the income and expense report, I decided I liked that format.  To be 100% transparent – the income and expense report takes a LOT of work (at least 5 hours, but it can be more) and with so much going on right now it has been tough to […]

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Net Worth Update – July 2013

I am pretty much in shock right now – but I’m here to tell you that this is the 100th post at! It’s been almost a year since I started this site, and I’m overwhelmed by all the support and encouragement I’ve found out here in the last 99 posts. Thank you all – […]

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Net Worth Update – June 2013

Welcome to another edition of my house-related net worth updates. I’m hoping that over the next couple of months the one-off expenses will subside and we’ll get back into a new rhythm. One that has us increasing our net worth at a much higher rate than right now! For now, I’m just happy that our […]

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Net Worth Update – May 2013

Get ready for a CRAZY net worth update. If you’ve already taken a look at my income and expense report for May, then you have a good idea of what to expect. If you haven’t – then I’d recommend reading it first before coming back to see how we finished the wildest May I can […]

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Net Worth Update – April 2013

April was definitely a transitional month in the Aspiring Blogger household. We got rid of the monkey on our back by paying our massive (to us) tax bill, went on vacation, and had some extra expenses related to our impending home purchase. While our net worth increase was down substantially compared to previous months, we […]

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Net Worth Update – March 2013

Even without a blockbuster income month like February, we still managed to increase our net worth by $9k. As more of our net worth is concentrated in our retirement accounts, these increases become less under our control and we end up gaining or losing depending on the strength or weakness of the market. The good […]

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