October 2021 Income Statement

In October, we had a good income and expense month.  Our total income in October was $14,098.91.  In addition to my wife’s regular paychecks, she received a third “extra” paycheck. My wife received $184.20 in company reimbursements for internet.  We also received $334.00 in child tax credits from the IRS.  We earned $85.87 in interest income from our savings accounts and stablecoins. This month, our expenses totaled $12,977.86.  Large, expenses included $864.95 Read more [...]

October 2021 Net Worth Update (+215,984.08)

Overall October was an incredible month for our net worth.  Our net worth increased $215,984.08 from last month to a total of $1,904,604.24 (see spreadsheet screenshot).  We passed our net worth milestones of $1,800K to $1,900K this month! Retirement Accounts Our retirement accounts are comprised of our 401(k)s, our Roth IRAs and our Traditional IRAs.  We contribute 7% to my wife’s 401(k).  My wife’s company matches up to 6% of her 401(K) contribution and chips Read more [...]

September 2021 Income Statement

In September, we had an amazing month all around.  Details below. Our total income in September was $262,492.20!  This dramatic number was primarily due to having sold $247,959.97 worth of cryptocurrencies to pay off our house (and cover taxes from selling).  We also had income from my wife’s regular paychecks, my wife’s quarterly bonus of $6,920.00 gross ($4,115.04 net) and $164.76 my wife received in company reimbursements for internet.  I received $1,815.00 in unemployment Read more [...]

September 2021 Net Worth Update (-$83,891.71)

Overall September was a down month for our net worth.  Our net worth decreased $83,891.71 from last month to a total of $1,688,620.16 (see spreadsheet screenshot).  Even so, we achieved a huge goal of ours by paying off our mortgage.  We are completely debt free!  We thank God for this blessing. Retirement Accounts Our retirement accounts are comprised of our 401(k)s, our Roth IRAs and our Traditional IRAs.  We contribute 7% to my wife’s 401(k).  My wife’s Read more [...]

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