|Ok, student loans hit...and even more than anticipated. It's ok though, I can't exactly afford too much more out of pocket and with subsidized loans at 4.5%...I am not complaining. I am pleased to announce that I am now a "junior" and have officially 10 months of school left!
I was a little inaccurate when I described last month as "excellent." The economy is nowhere near good, but my particular investments just happened to do very well. Maybe that's because a very good portion of my money is invested overseas...hmmm. Anyway I am still on track for my $80,000 goal for the end of the year. I am expected some significant out of pocket expenses for school payments, but my investments should offset the difference even if the market is flat.
Breakdown of Assets
Cash: Savings in an ING account, I don't include checking balance here since the money is already planned for bills.
Stocks: Mutual funds
Retirement: Company 401k and IRA plan
Cars: 2004 Honda Civic, value determined at kbb.com
Other Assets: Stocks and options
Dec 2009 Net Worth (age 26):
$50,000 (met this goal!)
Dec 2010 Net Worth (age 27):