1/11/2013

Net Worth: January, 2013

It's been quite a long time since I posted on our Networth - so I thought I would do a bit of an update.  I don't think it's worth doing on a monthly or more frequent basis because quite frankly, our finances don't change that frequently - but I think ever six months could be a bit interesting.


Yay!  It's in the positive!

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Our credit card is 100% paid off!!! 
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  1. Congrats on paying off your credit card!

    I was looking at your different payoff/savings goals to the right of the screen, and I noticed that you owe $210,000(!) on your Ford Escape. I assume there's an extra number or something in there, and I thought I'd let you know.

    Looking forward to reading more about your goals this year!

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    1. Hi! Thank you! It felt so good to get that taken care of. It was important to me and to Jordan to start 2013 off with $0 credit card debt.

      Too funny! Yes, I updated that tracking bar this morning and must have put the extra 0 in then.

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  2. Positive is Fantastic! And yay for $0 c/c debt.

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  3. Your mortgage is more than what your home is worth? How did that happen?

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    1. Good question!

      The house is actually worth more now than its purchase price however as a new home purchase was subject to GST. We also bought with 5% down and were required to have mortgage insurance.

      I used the cities tax assessed value rather than inflating it with taxes and fees

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  4. Wooo!!! Congrats on the card!!!!!!!

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  5. That is an awesome net worth and double awesome on the credit card. Congratulations.

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