Category Archives: Income Statement

December 2021 Income Statement

In December, we had a pretty standard income month and thankfully an amazingly low month expense month. 

Our total income in December was $8,547.71.  In addition to my wife’s regular paychecks, she received $215.19 in company reimbursements for internet.  We received $333.00 in child tax credits from the IRS and earned $157.91 in interest income from our savings accounts and stablecoins.

This month, our expenses totaled $8,692.62.  That is our lowest expense month since July 2013 (which was $8,300.78)! Large, expenses included $580.96 for medical costs/prescriptions, $489.45 for gifts and $208.78 for clothing.

Next month is the start of 2022 and will hopefully bring continued financial blessings.

November 2021 Income Statement

In November, we had a great income month but also a high expense month due to the holidays and home maintenance. 

Our total income in November was $19,408.05.  In addition to my wife’s regular paychecks, she received a quarterly bonus of $14,784 gross ($9,708.06 net). My wife also received $227.47 in company reimbursements for internet.  We received $334.00 in child tax credits from the IRS and earned $551.89 in interest income from our savings accounts and stablecoins.

This month, our expenses totaled $14,341.44.  Large expenses included $4,219 for home maintenance (new fence), $1,787 for our tithe, and $545.75 for medical costs/prescriptions.

Next month we have a family Christmas vacation scheduled so our expenses may be even higher.

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 for vacations, $589.27 for entertainment, and $380.13 for medical costs.

Next month, my wife should receive a quarter bonus of ~$13K (gross).  She also may receive her annual raise.

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 benefits. We also received $334.00 in child tax credits from the IRS.  We earned $126.96 in interest income from our savings accounts.

This month, our expenses totaled $212,728.90.  Large, expenses included $201,235.90 in extra mortgage payments to pay off our mortgage, $954 for six months of my wife’s gym membership and $744.68 for six months of auto insurance.

Next month, my wife should receive a third “extra” paycheck.

August 2021 Income Statement

In August, we had a good income month and an okay expense month (compared to our monthly average).

Our total income in August was $11,995.35.  In addition to my wife’s regular paychecks, she received $198.31 in company reimbursements for internet.  I received $3,525 in unemployment benefits. We also received $333 in child tax credits from the IRS.  We earned $10.50 in interest income from our savings accounts.

This month, our expenses totaled $14,440.41.  Large, non-recurring expenses included $1,126.96 for a new washing machine, $1,110.16 for medical/prescriptions and $508.56 for vacation expenses.

Next month, my unemployment checks may end but, more importantly, we will be paying off our home mortgage!

July 2021 Income Statement

In July, we had a good income month and a large expense month.

Our total income in July was $11,321.02.  In addition to my wife’s regular paychecks, she received $184.43 in company reimbursements for internet.  I received $2,820.00 in unemployment benefits. We also received $333 in child tax credits from the IRS and $44.35 in reimbursements from our insurance company.  We earned $10.70 in interest income from our savings accounts.

This month, our expenses totaled $12,869.39.  Large, non-recurring expenses included $734.84 for vacations, $526 for medical/prescriptions and $667.36 for a new laptop.

Next month, my wife should receive her quarterly bonus.

June 2021 Income Statement

In June, we had a good income month and a large expense month.

Our total income in June was $13,733.56.  In addition to my wife’s regular paychecks, she received a $206.38 in company reimbursements for internet.  My unemployment issues were resolved and I received backpay of $5,640 in unemployment benefits for the bast eight weeks.  We also earned $17.26 in interest income from our savings accounts.

This month, our expenses totaled $15,078.32.  Large, non-recurring expenses included $1,745 for vacations, $1,017.38 for medical/prescriptions and $900 in extra mortgage payments.

Next month should be a pretty typical income and expense month.

May 2021 Income Statement

In May, we had a lower than normal income month and a large expense month.

Our total income in May was $11,128.31.  In addition to my wife’s regular paychecks, she received a quarterly bonus of $5,100 gross ($2,971.57 net) and $213.37 in company reimbursements for internet.  My unemployment benefits have run out but I am waiting hear back to see if I will receive an extension.  We earned $15.18 in interest income from our savings accounts.

This month, our expenses totaled $11,437.57.  Large, non-recurring expenses included $1,068 for vacations, $1,536 for household items and $831 in giving to our church.

April 2021 Income Statement

In April, we had a larger than normal income month and a huge expense month.

Our total income in April was $15,055.41.  In addition to my wife’s regular paychecks, she received a third “extra” paycheck.  I received $2,820.00  in unemployment (includes extra $300/week extra stimulus money). My wife received $240.71 in company reimbursements (two months of internet).  We earned $13.93 in interest income from our savings accounts.

This month, our expenses totaled $17,803.33.  Large, non-recurring expenses included $2,709 for vacations, $3,044 for a new refrigerator, and $2,363 for household items.

Next month, my wife will receive her quarterly bonus.

March 2021 Income Statement

In March, we had an regular income month and a huge expense month.

Our total income in March was $10,683.14.  In addition to my wife’s regular paychecks, I received $1,910 in unemployment (includes extra $300/week extra stimulus money). She received $0 in company reimbursements.  We earned $12.76 in interest income from our savings accounts.

This month, our expenses totaled $24,154.01.  Large, non-recurring expenses included $6,577 for vacation, $1,725 for half of estate plan, and $378 for clothing.

Next month, my wife will receive an “extra” third paycheck and I will receive an “extra” third unemployment check.