All posts by 1MansMoney

I am a guy pushing 40 that is married to a beautiful woman in her 30's. If I can only have as much luck with our finances.

October 2019 Income Statement

In October, we were blessed with a great income month and a reasonable expense month (see spreadsheet screenshot). Our total income in October was $15,753.12.  In addition to our regular paychecks, I received a monthly and quarterly bonus of $5,100 gross ($2,836.11 net).  My wife also received $1,451.28 in auto allowance / mileage reimbursements and $46.99 in internet reimbursements.  We earned $8.06 in interest income from our savings accounts. This month, our expenses totaled Read more [...]

October 2019 Net Worth Update (+20,169.96)

Overall October was another amazing month for our net worth.  Our net worth increased $20,169.96 from last month to a total of $786,938.59 (spreadsheet screenshot).  Stoked to pass our net worth milestone of $770K and $780!  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 5% of her 401(K) contribution (100% vested when deposited) Read more [...]

September 2019 Income Statement

In September, we were blessed with an incredible income month and a higher than expected expense month (see spreadsheet screenshot). Our total income in September was $23,057.55.  In addition to our regular paychecks, I received a monthly bonus of $1,950 gross ($1,084.39 net) and my wife received a quarterly bonus $15,000 gross ($9,664.54 net). My wife also received $848.14 in auto allowance / mileage reimbursements and $46.99 in internet reimbursements.  We earned $2.81 in interest Read more [...]

September 2019 Net Worth Update (+13,869.49)

Overall September was an amazing month for our net worth.  Our net worth increased $13,869.49 from last month to a total of $766,768.63 (spreadsheet screenshot).  The main reason for the solid month was my wife’s quarterly bonus of $15,000 gross ($9,664.54 net). 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 5% of her 401(K) Read more [...]

August 2019 Income Statement

In August, we were blessed with a good income month and a low expense compared to what we usually average (see spreadsheet screenshot). Our total income in August was $12,751.80. In addition to our regular paychecks, I received a monthly bonus of $1,950 gross ($1,084.40 net) and my received $549.55 in auto allowance / mileage reimbursements and $44.99 in internet reimbursements. We earned $0.01 in interest income from our savings accounts. This month, our expenses totaled $12,465.59. Read more [...]

August 2019 Net Worth Update (-8,254.49)

Overall August was a rough month for our net worth.  Our net worth decreased $8,254.49 from last month to a total of $752,899.14 (spreadsheet screenshot).  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 5% of her 401(K) contribution (100% vested when deposited) and chips in an additional 5% on top of the match in March (vests over Read more [...]

July 2019 Income Statement

July was a good income month and a very low expense (see spreadsheet screenshot). Our total income in July was $15,757.70.  In addition to our regular paychecks, I received a monthly bonus of $3333.33 gross ($1,853.35 net) and my wife received a discretionary bonus of $500 gross ($331.12 net).  My wife received $1,763.04 in auto allowance / mileage reimbursements and $44.99 in internet reimbursements.  We earned $0.01 in interest income from our savings accounts. This month, Read more [...]

July 2019 Net Worth Update +$11,432.56

Overall July was a great month for our net worth.  Our net worth increased $7,207.62 from last month to a total of $761,153.63 (spreadsheet screenshot).  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 5% of her 401(K) contribution (100% vested when deposited) and chips in an additional 5% on top of the match in March (vests over Read more [...]