• June Net Worth

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     May 2006June 2006% Change
    TOTAL NET WORTH-$90,945.05-$84,918.716.6%
    Assets
    Savings$5,824.10$9,821.9768.6%
    Cash*$550.00$550.000.0%
    His SIMPLE IRA$3,695.59$4,186.5913.3%
    His Roth IRA$6,174.57$5,981.17-3.1%
    His HSA$454.41$837.0947.5%
    Her 401K$6,625.53$7,189.468.5%
    Her Roth IRA$1,504.00$1,546.252.8%
    Upromise$62.97$8.85-89.9%
    Automobile$10,090.00$10,115.000.2%
    Household Items**$25,000.00$25,000.000.0%
    TOTAL ASSETS$59,981.17$65,236.388.8%
    Liabilities
    Credit Cards$15,777.77$15,210.22-3.6%
    Student Loans$135,148.45$134,944.87-0.2%
    TOTAL LIABILITIES$150,926.22$150,155.09-0.5%

    Yeah, GO SAVINGS GO. Bonus-a-roo, bitches.

    My HSA went up because my employer loves its employees, and funds our HSAs 100% of the maximum amount in quarterly installments. Unfortunately, that money will soon disappear to pay the remaining deductable for my new knee.

    UPromise balance is now in our HSBC account.

    Our investment accounts are doing surprisingly well. Except for my Roth IRA though, reporting its second loss in two months. Boooo.

    Out car seems to be an appreciable asset. GO CAR.

    *Cash: This variable doesn’t change month-to-month since that’s about how much we have in our checking account, couch cushions, wallets, etc., at any given time. I’m thinking this category may just disappear in future iterations.

    **Household items: I’ll repeat what I said last month: We know we’re going to get shit about this category again, so in the next month or so I’m going to actually try an assess what all of our crap is worth, along with asking you guys whether or not it should be included. Until then, it stays. Anyway, we like the fact that we can get a little help from it, you know?

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