Monday, April 1, 2019

March 2019 Net Worth


All figures except my Jeep value are generated from Mint.com. 

I couldn't ask for a better start in my second year of FI. My net worth has increased about $35,000 since the beginning of 2019 even after subtracting all my living expenses. Obviously this trend won't continue indefinitely, but it is nice to see nonetheless.

It's also nice to note that my net worth has decreased by less than $10,000 during my first 13 months of FI. That's roughly $731 per month since I stopped receiving a W2 paycheck.

As I have noted before I have really increased my passive income during the last six months via dividends and CD interest. As of last September I was tracking for about $350 a month in passive income in my taxable account and now I am tracking about $850 a month from dividends and CD interest.

I also have earned an additional $3,000 in credit card and bank bonuses during the last six months.

I just opened two new credit cards and should be able to earn around $550 from these two doing nothing more than using them to pay my regular monthly expenses.

Six months ago I never dreamed that I could make $300-400 a month from credit card side hustling.

Here is my March 31, 2019 net worth breakdown.

Assets

Checking --- $1,403
Savings/Investments --- $359,757
Lending Club --- $1,463
HSA --- $2,570
IRA --- $10,051
401K --- $367,578
2014 Jeep Wrangler --- $19,500
House --- $139,827

Liabilities

$2,243

Net Worth

$899,902


YTD Totals

2019      

 ***Jan 1,2019 --- 864,816***

Jan 31, 2019 --- $887,560
Feb 28. 2019 --- $895,998

Mar 31, 2019 --- $899,902



2018

Jan 2018 --- $917,116
Feb 2018 --- $910,667

Mar 2018 --- $909,746
Apr 2018 --- $903,416

May 2018 --- $889,032
Jun 2018 --- $893,278

Jul 2018 --- $892,002
Aug 2018 --- $896,619

Sep 2018 --- $899,763
Oct 2018 --- $876,927

Nov 2018 --- $891,402
Dec 2018 --- $864,613


2017

May 2017 --- $835,009
July 2017 --- $851,904 


Aug 2017 --- $860,072
Sept 2017 --- $869,374

Oct 2017 --- $887,033
Nov 2017 --- $897,145

Dec 2017 --- $914,266



There is no down time when building a path that doesn't lead back to ZERO

3 comments:

  1. Which credit cards did you open?

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  2. MDP -

    Can I get an OH HELL YEAH? That is AWESOME you are reaping it on the credit card front - think you will cool down from it soon?

    -Lanny

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  3. That's awesome MDP! Net worth hasn't had any ill effects despite 13 months without a "job". And that big increase in passive income and the credit card bonuses sure do help too. I opened up a new credit card ~6 months ago mainly because of the signup bonus and the relatively good 2% cash back. I'm very seriously contemplating doing that again with another card here soon.

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