Friday, December 02, 2005

November Networth

I've updated my profile at NetworthIQ. I finally broke the $190,000 mark mostly due to retirement investment performance (go Calvert Large Cap!). Cash is a bit lower due to November and December being quite spendy-spendy with traveling and the holiday and birthday giftapalooza that December is in our family (FIVE birthdays between our two families fall in December) but it didn't take as big a hit as I thought it would.

6 comments:

  1. I feel your pain with the December giftapalooza. I have a similar situation with my wife and daughter's birthdays in December plus Christmas.

    Congrats on the milesstone. You'll be hitting that $200k mark soon I imagine.

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  2. congratulations! Now your Save-o-meter can also be tracking your progress to $200k.

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  3. The personal finance bloggers net worth rankings are up for November. Also included is a new October to November net worth change ranking.

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  4. Here's a link to a funny animation just out today! It's about ways the credit card companies suck our wallets dry--with something we can do about it. Everyone should see this one before whipping out the plastic for holiday shopping!

    Click on the link below to see the animation:
    www.CreditCardReform.org

    After you watch it, you can take action to stop abusive credit card practices and empower consumers to manage their finances and reduce debt burdens. Please show your support for S. 499 (the "Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure Act") and H.R. 3492 (the "Consumer Credit Card Protection Act"). While the nation's spending is at its holiday peak, I hope you will help us get the word out about www.creditcardreform.org and help us build the support these bills need to move in 2006.

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  5. It is great to see more PF bloggers using NetworthIQ. I have found it to be a very useful tool and easy to easy how I am doing.

    Neo

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  6. Congrats on $190k. Going to have to check out that NetWorthIQ thing.

    My family also has the same problem with gifts around the holidays. The solution they found is to combine birthday parties, heh.

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