Despite a little frivolous spending, I ended up .5% during January. I bought a plane ticket, a DJ system, and had to fix my car. On the other hand, I got a payout from my former employer's pension fund, which is now in my IRA, which helped offset the spending. I also made extra student loan payments to help bring the balance down over $600.
|Debts||Dollars||$ Diff||% Diff|
|Student Loans||$11,623||($636)||-5.19 %|
|Credit Card||$2,241||$2,007||857.69 %|
|Total Debts||$13,864||$1,371||10.97 %|
|Net Worth||$31,921||$162||0.51 %|
Overall, not my best month but far from my worst. You can see my history below or on my profile, Eric1985 at NetworthIQ. I expect to take over control of my “secret mortgage fund” sometime soon and include it in my investment or savings account reporting. More on that next time.
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