November 2015 Net Worth Update (+$13,459)

Highlights for November

  • Im happy to report that November turned out to be another positive month for us.
  • Our properties are listed on our balance sheet based on their cost basis, not current market value. We have done this during the the real estate market highs and lows. I believe real estate is too illiquid to list based on recent sale transactions.
  • I spent the entire month of November unexpectedly traveling for work (except for Thanksgiving week). It was a hectic month and reduced our spending in some areas (home improvement projects, office commutes, etc), but increased it in others - (convenience dining, child care, etc). It use to be that traveling for work was a clear benefit for our bottom line, but now with young kids and more obligations I believe traveling for work has a minor negative impact on our net worth.
  • Otherwise November was a very quiet month for us financially.

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Great. cant wait to see your january net worth update

Way to go my man!

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