Sunday, July 10, 2005

Monthly Wrap-Up: June 2005



June is in the books. Here's how my household's finances looked after the smoke cleared:

Monthly Wrap-Up: June 2005

— Posted by Michael @ 11:40 PM








3 Comments:
 

Theres a difference between your assets and net worth in your table. Is that including a home?

 

You had an impressive month. Most people that get three paychecks in one month just look at it as a windfall to spend. It's nice to be among "like" thinkers that can appreciate how the extra cash can increase your net worth.

Hazzard

Everybody Loves Your Money

 

CEO,

There are some assets I don't list individually in my month-end summaries. Yes, the equity in our home is one of them. I don't list our three cars' values, and I don't factor possessions and "stuff" at all in my calcs of net worth.

Hazzard,

I know what you mean. That third paycheck in the three-paycheck months tends to be seen as "extra" money by my coworkers, too. Just makes me shake my head in amazement.

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