• December 2006 Net Worth – Happy New Year, Happy Birthday To Us

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    It is hard to believe that we posted for the first time a year ago. This year we’re not hungover (much), and we actually spent our New Year’s Eve in our apartment with each other, bypassing much more expensive options. I’d love to say that was done on purpose, but we actually decided to wing it, and ended up not going out.

    Much has happened in the past year, but I’ll get to highlighting everything in tomorrow’s post. Without further ado, here’s our net worth statement for December 2006:

     November 2006December 2006% Change
    TOTAL NET WORTH-$74,995.01-$70,787.945.6%
    TOTAL CHANGE FROM JAN 2006+$27,827.4528.2%
    Assets
    Savings$11,744.45$15,330.3330.5%
    Cash*$550.00$550.000.0%
    His SIMPLE IRA$5,820.05$5,851.560.5%
    His Roth IRA$6,330.24$6,470.532.2%
    His HSA$407.38$1,030.93153%
    Her 401K$9,718.03$9,531.94-1.9%
    Her Roth IRA$1,683.92$1,695.850.7%
    Upromise$12.00$12.000.0%
    Automobile ?$10,045.00$10,045.000.0%
    Household Items ?$25,000.00$25,000.00-0.0%
    TOTAL ASSETS$71,311.07$75,518.146.0%
    Liabilities
    Credit Cards$12,193.29$11,560.40-5.2%
    Student Loans$134,112.79$133,931.93-0.1%
    TOTAL LIABILITIES$146,306.08$145,492.33-0.6%

    Yes, our savings went up drastically again this month, primarily because of my winter bonus. Instead of shoving that all towards wedding savings, we’re plotting on how we want to make some good use of it.

    My employer also deposited their quarterly contribution to my HSA. How nice of them.

    Our investment accounts didn’t do so well this month. Even more reason for us to get our asses in gear and work on the joint portfolio. Good thing we’ve already started.

    So far we’re starting the New Year on the right foot.

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