Posted by Tim Stobbs on December 29, 2010
2010 is almost over?!? Well that came a little quicker than I realized. Here are my final numbers for the year.
Wife’s RRSP $19,700
Wife’s Investment Account $11,700
Wife’s TFSA $8,400
My Investment Account $6,100
High Interest Savings Account $3,600
Net Worth $383,400 (+$13,400 or +3.6%) [+ 25.9% YTD ]
Investment Net Worth $126,900 (+$10,000 or +8.5%) [+ 28.6% YTD]
Mortgage is down by $37,700 or 87.7% of my goal for 2010.
You know what for failing to make my mortgage goal for the year I still managed to do over 85% of that goal which is fairly damn amazing when you consider I took a 20% pay cut from my largest source income for half the year. So even in failure I still feel good about what we got done this year.
Also I have to say I’m blown away how much the investment and net worth have increased this year with both of them over 25%. What I find particularly interesting is if you strip out the gains in the house value from the net worth that is still an increase of $65,900 or 21.6%.
What is really mind blowing is the long term net worth trend from back in 2006 when I started this blog.
- 2006 – $80,200
- 2007- $215,000
- 2008- $219,600
- 2009- $304,500
- 2010- $383,400
Hope you have a great New Year!
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